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OP has one pictured in what appears to be his kitchen. Hopefully he will soon provide one.
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Update: Mounted the top radiator this morning. Drilled new holes to make fit. Going to mount bottom later tonight. Ordered more parts as well!

My work station hehe...









post #13 of 117
nice build so far! subbed
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Update: All radiators mounted, case semi put back together and kinda worried about the clearance or the top 420. Probably going to have to use 90 angles still there is room. Parts didn't show up friday thank you ups... Anyways will be installing the res, pump, tubing, compression fittings, mobo and waterblocks next update, stay tuned!

















post #15 of 117
I am assuming you will have 2 90 degree compression's coming off the top rad if they will even fit ?

That spacing is very tight with that 140mm rad mounted to the rear. If you flip the rad around you might have issues as well because the ports will be tucked deep with in the 5.25'' bays.

Do you plan on going with a bay res/pump combo or a tube res ?

Also a single D5 will be more then enough to feed all those blocks.
Edited by nyk20z3 - 12/29/12 at 6:13pm
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Waiting to see i suppose monday when i get my package in the mail how the two 90s are going to fit. If it to close i may do away with the 140. I dunno. Hopefully its not though, pictures making it look closer than it is.

I am going to go with a tube Res and haven't decide if i will do a dual pump/single pump system yet. I am getting mixed reviews from different people about the flow rate on a single D5 though.. i wish more people would give me insight on that.

Biltspower 90s is what i will be using. single rotary.
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Waiting to see i suppose monday when i get my package in the mail how the two 90s are going to fit. If it to close i may do away with the 140. I dunno. Hopefully its not though, pictures making it look closer than it is.
I am going to go with a tube Res and haven't decide if i will do a dual pump/single pump system yet. I am getting mixed reviews from different people about the flow rate on a single D5 though.. i wish more people would give me insight on that.
Biltspower 90s is what i will be using. single rotary.

I would ditch and sell it since its really not needed when the 420 and 280 rads are more then enough to keep both gpu's & cpu cool.

I have a single D5 feeding a XSPC Raystorm CPU block,XSPC Razor GPU block X2 and even on speed 1 my temps are acceptable to me.

With a single D5 on speed 2 or better you will be just fine but depending on your tube res set up you will need to isolate the pump to prevent any chassis vibration at those speeds.
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post #18 of 117
That 420 radiator is awesome. Why did you decide to go with three radiators? Just curious.

I have the switch 810 too. It's nice to see how much room I have to do stuff in it!! I am VERY excited to see more pictures and the final build! thumb.gif
post #19 of 117
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Thanks! Got more parts in today and will be updating this weekend with pics. I decided to go with the radiators for the thickness they have on them. I hear go things about them.

On another note, could someone describe the Pump and res in this picture? i like this combo he has going here but thinking about doing a double pump at the bottom.

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Thanks! Got more parts in today and will be updating this weekend with pics. I decided to go with the radiators for the thickness they have on them. I hear go things about them.
On another note, could someone describe the Pump and res in this picture? i like this combo he has going here but thinking about doing a double pump at the bottom. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

D5 with EK Top for it

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_439_770&products_id=29869
This one i think.
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