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Just make sure whatever you get supports the smaller mounting hole width. I think it's 42mm or something on the 40mm range.
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Unlike most build logs that I've seen, I have already purchased and received these parts so there shouldn't be a lot of waiting around for updates

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Haha yah, its been awhile. Life and laziness got in the way

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post #83 of 233
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Has anyone ever used very small needles (my dog's insulin needles are tiny) to bleed a water loop? If so, did it work? I ask because it is nearly impossible through the conventional methods. Please don't tell me to put in a t-line or anything like that.
post #84 of 233
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Has anyone ever used very small needles (my dog's insulin needles are tiny) to bleed a water loop? If so, did it work? I ask because it is nearly impossible through the conventional methods. Please don't tell me to put in a t-line or anything like that.
Bleeding should be possible if you seal it good afterward filling however is near impossible due to the contrapt air in the loop.
But really a T-line is tiny and can be mounted almost everywhere your case has the space for it for sure pretty spacious those NES's.
post #85 of 233
This is one of the better NES builds Ive seen. Good job! smile.gif
post #86 of 233
I tried everything but ended up with a t-line on my build. I cap it off and remove the t after bleeding. It was totally worth it, there were so much trapped air that I had no idea about.
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Has anyone ever used very small needles (my dog's insulin needles are tiny) to bleed a water loop? If so, did it work? I ask because it is nearly impossible through the conventional methods. Please don't tell me to put in a t-line or anything like that.

I did say I didn't want a t-line right? Haha, that aside does anyone think the needles would work? I could try and use two, one to take the air out and one to inject the water. The thing I'm worried about would be leaking, but there isn't much pressure in the loop is there?
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-Just a small update

The NES has been up and running the past week and is performing well, I'm using a 2 terabyte barracuda drive externally which has allowed me to install my steam games and the non vital programs to expand its functionality (It'll work just fine without it). The back is still a bit hacked up (I need to buy a new case) but there's no problems with it other than cosmetics and I am also looking into a koolance 180 h06 for the 7750 but they're hard to find. Thanks for the suggestion Maarten.
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-Just a small update

The NES has been up and running the past week and is performing well, I'm using a 2 terabyte barracuda drive externally which has allowed me to install my steam games and the non vital programs to expand its functionality (It'll work just fine without it). The back is still a bit hacked up (I need to buy a new case) but there's no problems with it other than cosmetics and I am also looking into a koolance 180 h06 for the 7750 but they're hard to find. Thanks for the suggestion Maarten.

Great news! Cant wait to see pictures after you are completely satisfied with the results.
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post #90 of 233
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-Just a small update

The NES has been up and running the past week and is performing well, I'm using a 2 terabyte barracuda drive externally which has allowed me to install my steam games and the non vital programs to expand its functionality (It'll work just fine without it). The back is still a bit hacked up (I need to buy a new case) but there's no problems with it other than cosmetics and I am also looking into a koolance 180 h06 for the 7750 but they're hard to find. Thanks for the suggestion Maarten.
I got mine from ebay however I saw them on Taobao some time ago will see if I can find it for you.

Edit: http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=20716384451&spm=2014.12478257.0.0 there you go
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