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Dude, this is absolutely spectacular. I'm actually planning out my own custom loop in an RV02-E but I'm having trouble placing the pump and res.
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Dude, this is absolutely spectacular. I'm actually planning out my own custom loop in an RV02-E but I'm having trouble placing the pump and res.

Yeah; most people that watercool this type of case end up going with some kind of res/pump combo in the bay to make things easier. But if you decide to get brave with a dremel; you can go so far with this case.
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Sweet build!
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Sweet build!
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One down... A lot more to go.
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Motherboard cable next. Sleep for now.
post #117 of 156
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Yeah; most people that watercool this type of case end up going with some kind of res/pump combo in the bay to make things easier. But if you decide to get brave with a dremel; you can go so far with this case.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I have some ideas that would look amazing if I pulled them off, but horrendous if it didn't go right. It all depends on whether or not I can raise the funds, really.
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Had to get an image up with the back panel on. Cables just barely fit back there. Using the weight of the case to help form the cables so there is absolutely zero side panel pop.
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Had to get an image up with the back panel on. Cables just barely fit back there. Using the weight of the case to help form the cables so there is absolutely zero side panel pop.

Was just looking over your build and Actually have 90% of the parts ordered and waiting for me. Thing I'm missing and ither am over looking it, or just can't find it, is the filter I see so many have (like you). Any chance you can provide a link to it?
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Was just looking over your build and Actually have 90% of the parts ordered and waiting for me. Thing I'm missing and ither am over looking it, or just can't find it, is the filter I see so many have (like you). Any chance you can provide a link to it?

This is where I got mine:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13162/ex-tub-890/Liquid_Cooling_G14_Inline_Flow_Indicator_Filter_71021.html?tl=g30c229s1472&id=22zGCeYi&mv_pc=1652

Just be forewarned; some people have had problems with the flow indicator part working. If you do, just contact customer support. I don't ever get tired of recommending FrozenCPU; their support team is awesome.

Another note from my experience with it; it isn't as easy to clean as some of the other stainless mesh or sponge filters out there, especially when it collects radiator flux. I would actually be inclined in ordering two if your as nit picky as me.
Edited by S1L3N7D3A7H - 3/26/13 at 1:54pm
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