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Looking forward to seeing this finished smile.gif I have done some more bits and pieces on mine. Ended up buying a 240mm rad for the front smile.gif ]

That looks really cool!
post #192 of 247
Thanks!
post #193 of 247
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Looking forward to seeing this finished smile.gif I have done some more bits and pieces on mine. Ended up buying a 240mm rad for the front smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






damn, that looks good! biggrin.gif i wish i had the room or money for watercooling myself frown.gif
looking forward to it myself, as i'm already talking to a possible sponsor for my next project rolleyes.gif
post #194 of 247
Looks Great! And it is always possible to cram some nice watercooling into a little Core 1000 biggrin.gif I was able to put in a 3.5" drive in the bays and my SSD ontop of it. Is there room for another 3.5" drive? it would be tight but it is a possibility thumb.gif



    
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i5 2500K (Watercooled) ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe EVGA GTX 670 (Watercooled) Corsair Dominator Platinum  
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750GB Western Digital Scorpio Black Crucial M4  Custom Loop Windows 7 Ultimate 
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Samsung SyncMaster 2494HM Dell 19 Inch  Cooler Master Quick Fire TK/Stealth  Silverstone ST45SF-G 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500K (Watercooled) ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe EVGA GTX 670 (Watercooled) Corsair Dominator Platinum  
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
750GB Western Digital Scorpio Black Crucial M4  Custom Loop Windows 7 Ultimate 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Samsung SyncMaster 2494HM Dell 19 Inch  Cooler Master Quick Fire TK/Stealth  Silverstone ST45SF-G 
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Compact Splash R.A.T. 7 Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi HD  Audio Technica ATH-M50 
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post #195 of 247
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Looks Great! And it is always possible to cram some nice watercooling into a little Core 1000 biggrin.gif I was able to put in a 3.5" drive in the bays and my SSD ontop of it. Is there room for another 3.5" drive? it would be tight but it is a possibility thumb.gif
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Man your build inspired me thumb.gif
post #196 of 247
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Originally Posted by golfergolfer View Post

Looks Great! And it is always possible to cram some nice watercooling into a little Core 1000 biggrin.gif I was able to put in a 3.5" drive in the bays and my SSD ontop of it. Is there room for another 3.5" drive? it would be tight but it is a possibility thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


well... with such a tiny gpu there's no problem tongue.gif but my 7950 is quite a lot larger then the 560TI (?) you got there... maybe i should have kept my 560TI? rolleyes.gif
post #197 of 247
Thanks for the comments! (Sorry to come and hijack your thread vangsfreaken. I have managed to keep the original drive mounting by using a bay res/pump combo in the top bay smile.gif Running 2 SSD's Raid 0 and 1 750GB 2.5" HDD for storage, just waiting for my mobo now, pics to follow biggrin.gif
post #198 of 247
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Thanks for the comments! (Sorry to come and hijack your thread vangsfreaken. I have managed to keep the original drive mounting by using a bay res/pump combo in the top bay smile.gif Running 2 SSD's Raid 0 and 1 750GB 2.5" HDD for storage, just waiting for my mobo now, pics to follow biggrin.gif
how come you got such beefy hardware, and a core 1000?! tongue.gif
post #199 of 247
Why not? Its an awesome little case smile.gif Putting an x79 board in there as well!
post #200 of 247
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Why not? Its an awesome little case smile.gif Putting an x79 board in there as well!
that makes no sense... i'm already looking to replace it (nothing wrong with it, just need more space and something to spend time on) and i got a ****ty budget-build tongue.gif (yes, i consider it a budget-build despite the 2600k, 16 gb of ram and 7950 tongue.gif )
EDIT: OCN automatically edits bad words? awesome.
Edited by vangsfreaken - 4/7/13 at 12:44pm
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