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I second that recommendation. You can get smaller... I think Bitspower even makes a 50 IIRC. It's simple to work with and basically the same money for a nicer product IMO.

I might possibly decide to purchase one by that company. Do they have any UV Blue reservoirs?
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Could you make screw holes with this or should I stick to a power drill?

A regular drill bit is fine for screw holes. A tap and die set is nice if you want to be able to screw something in. Otherwise use self tapping machine screws.

The step drill is used for making big holes like ones to pass tubing thru.
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I might possibly decide to purchase one by that company. Do they have any UV Blue reservoirs?

Not sure if it's UV reactive... but if you use an additive your water/coolant very well could be even with a clear res. Otherwise they have "Ice Blue" in several different sizes.
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A regular drill bit is fine for screw holes. A tap and die set is nice if you want to be able to screw something in. Otherwise use self tapping machine screws.
The step drill is used for making big holes like ones to pass tubing thru.

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Not sure if it's UV reactive... but if you use an additive your water/coolant very well could be even with a clear res. Otherwise they have "Ice Blue" in several different sizes.

I think I might just stick with the reservoir I picked out, as long is decent/high quality: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12308/ex-res-249/FrozenQ_PC_Mods_160mm_Reactor_Core_Extreme_V_Series_2nd_Generation_Reservoir_-_UV_Blue.html?id=o25z5quo&mv_pc=3323#blank

One more important question, this may be hard to explain: Say if I have a radiator placed into a tight place. I have some 90 degree compression fittings connected to a port. I screw the 90 degree compression fitting in all the way and the end where the tubing is supposed to latch on is facing the other direction than I need. I've seen people adjust the head to face wherever they want. My question is how do they do that?
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OK! I've updated the drawing if anyone wants to follow the same build pattern. This is 100% scale to real life, I've taken a lot of time converting the measurements into pixels...

Heres a plane version who wants to use you're own parts:

Heres one with my flow chart. You're probably wondering how the hell the put the tubing the way it is at the top. I'm getting some female to female g1/4" 90 degree rotary connectors and I'm going to stuff the wire up at the top of the case just like the red themed 800d on my first post.content
Edited by xNiNELiVES - 11/10/12 at 9:19pm
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is Koolance..xx-500 your pump? If yes, then it takes water from your frozenq, and sends to G240, then to GPU, CPU and then to G360 and then back to frozenq. Not LC expert but wouldn't you be better off
with FrozenQ->500->G240->GPU->G360>CPU->FrozenQ.
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is Koolance..xx-500 your pump? If yes, then it takes water from your frozenq, and sends to G240, then to GPU, CPU and then to G360 and then back to frozenq. Not LC expert but wouldn't you be better off
with FrozenQ->500->G240->GPU->G360>CPU->FrozenQ.
Thanks but I actually already had it ok'd. I was just updating it...

Dude I can't believe you spend over $8000 on your build. Its gonna be amazing. Though if I were you I would have bought red fans, and other red components...
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