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Thank you guys!


I have a question!
Did all of you just installed all the components in the case (including the loop) and then leak test it or did you test the loop for leaks outside of the case and then install them??
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Thank you guys!
I have a question!
Did all of you just installed all the components in the case (including the loop) and then leak test it or did you test the loop for leaks outside of the case and then install them??

if i was you i would test for leaks outside of the case and then inside however if you don't want to tale the extra time then use large amounts of paper towels inside the case to cover components
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if i was you i would test for leaks outside of the case and then inside however if you don't want to tale the extra time then use large amounts of paper towels inside the case to cover components

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Just for the piece of mind its worth the extra effort.
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Thank you guys!
I have a question!
Did all of you just installed all the components in the case (including the loop) and then leak test it or did you test the loop for leaks outside of the case and then install them??

if i was you i would test for leaks outside of the case and then inside however if you don't want to tale the extra time then use large amounts of paper towels inside the case to cover components

Well i was going to flush the rads outside the case to clean them better,i guess ill just connect the blocks too and test them all together!!!

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Hello again fellows!

Ι had some free time to work on the project,so i bought some paper layouts to design the covers that are going to be made from plexiglass smile.gif

Before i start the designs i installed the pump in the res because i wanted to clean the rads better and also leak test them!!!









Same thing with the 200mm rad,and yes i had no waterfalls tongue.gif
All this time of the rad flushing i changed the designs for the covers many times until i found the one that i like the most!

On the plexiglass for the floor i made 2 holes and the same holes on a 90 degree piece of really hard plastic!
Silver screws are temporary untill the black ones come!













Same thing on the left side!







Then i installed black matte vinyl on it to give a better look..









Here with the openings for the screws!











This was done and we move on with some cuts on plexiglass!











On the square piece i made 4 holes for screws and with the tap i made the threads!









I used some blue vinyl sticker for better look!





What do you think? The ssd is not going to be installed there!





And here the spacers that i made on the previous update,painted and ready to go!







Now its the time for the blocks!!! Lets go with the installation smile.gif











Same thing with the graphics card..












Thats it for today guys,i hope you enjoy it!
See you soon!!!
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sub'd love the 600t might be looking into watercooling mine
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Good evening guys!

A small update with some things that i did, im waiting on some m3-m4 screws that hold me back on getting started with the covers etc..

Lets start with some photos before i wrap the "floor" with matte vinyl.We have 6mm thick plexi and 10x43cm! I was not goint to cut this piece but my plans changed on the way..

Cut on 37.5cm..







And here is how it sits right now! Now you can have a small idea about the covers..







We move on with the installation of the 200mm rad in the front..With the painted spacers and i made a small base from plexi so the rad sits straight and not hanging like in the previous updates!













And here is a picture of the hole for the bleeding screw with the rad installed!





After that i took the 240 rad and placed on it some double sided tape to stick the antivibration pads that come with the rad..This way i wont damage the rad by scratching it on the chassis!

The installation of this and the 120 rad on the next update..




Here with the one hard drive..I used some carbon vinyl on it tongue.gif





I dont know how and where exactly to mount the hdd's...any advices are welcome!!


And last but not least!!! Some holes int he back side of the chassis that will help me with the cable managment and something else that you may find out rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif









Thats all for today,as soon as the screws arrive we move on with very interesting updates...
The best is yet to come!!!
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