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post #5231 of 11743
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I'm not too sharp, I slide the drives under the brackets, belly up, and screw them in?

Yes.
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post #5232 of 11743
Drives has 4 holes underneath, and You screw them to bracket.
 
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post #5233 of 11743
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Yes.

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post #5234 of 11743
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Any news on the PSU extension bracket or was that scrapped? I could use an extra 2-3 cm wiggle room to keep my current cable routing which all but hides the 24 pin cables from either side

I am working on one. Our power just came back on from the fierce blizzard. We got 28 inches of snow and the winds were nasty. Power was out for 18 hrs and now I am next to my Fortress of Solitude warning up biggrin.gif
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brrrrr...

i feel your pain.

i had to wear socks, with my sandals this am..rolleyes.gif

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LOL I have on 2 pairs of pants, 2 pairs of socks, 1 tshirt, 2 sweaters and a partridge in a pear tree. My FoS build is warming up nicely . OH GOD HOW I MISSED IT AND THE INTERWEBZ LAST 18 HOURS tongue.gif
post #5237 of 11743
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I found a puddle @ the bottom of my case!! Not sure if its the compression fitting (Believe its a bitspower triple rotary) or my res.. At least it wasn't anywhere near my mobo.. gonna try to find where its coming from.. Sktechy as fu!!

Do compression fittings leak if they get to hot? My temps are pretty high as I only have a dual 120mm for GPU & CPU.
As long as your compressions are on right they shouldn't leak. You could try wrapping paper towels around your loop in that area, and see where they get damp. Also, if you have a tube res make sure its not too full
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Custom loop is done and just passed 24hrs leak test. smile.gif
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post #5239 of 11743
anyone have experience with "Double Rotary" fittings?

Im planning on using copper tubing/copper dual rotary/ compression fittings..

Good..Leaks?

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post #5240 of 11743
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Custom loop is done and just passed 24hrs leak test. smile.gif
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