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Sounds like you're all set, but in case you're not. I have an SM8 case already and an Aqualis res and an MCP35X2 arriving tomorrow. I'm planning on using a Case Labs horizontal accessory mount right above my bottom radiator to mount the MCP35X2. I'm going to then just route some tubing to the res, which will be mounted on the back case wall with the included mounts. Just a little drilling to mount the res.
Edited by bern43 - 10/25/12 at 1:44pm
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+REP bern, thanks. Sounds like you got a killer build going, are you going to show us? smile.gif

I'm glad to hear that you can mount the res on the back there. I was wondering about this. What watercooling components did you pick out for your GPU and CPU and/or Mobo?
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+REP bern, thanks. Sounds like you got a killer build going, are you going to show us? smile.gif
I'm glad to hear that you can mount the res on the back there. I was wondering about this. What watercooling components did you pick out for your GPU and CPU and/or Mobo?

Planning on a build log, but I seem to barely have any time for the build itself. Hopefully I get to it. I have SLI GTX 680 Lightnings so I went with the Aquacomputer block for those. Went with the Heatkiller 3.0 Ni-BL for the CPU. It's about a degree behind some of the newer blocks but I really like the all metal construction. Original plan was to do the loop in the winter but my Case Labs SM8 seems to have a mind of its own. biggrin.gif
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Samsung 830 256 GB SSD, Sandisk Extreme Pro 480... LG Blu-Ray Heatkiller CPU Rev4.0 Ni-BL; Aquacomputer Kyrog... Windows 10 Pro 64bit 
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Dell U2713HM Filco Majestouch 2 Tenkeyless Corsair AX1200i Case Labs SM8 
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Awesome, looking forward to it thumb.gif
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