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post #171 of 851
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1 suggestion man.. take your time lol. The mounting position for the radiator at the psu cover can't work... you'll end up blocking tubing or having to reroute your tubes from the bottom radiator around the back of the mobo tray which looks like will be hard considering all the components that need to be wired in this rig. I laughed because I seen the 2 radiator in a v on top of the housing fan shroud lol. GL, brother

Read all the post plz and I mean that in a nice way. I have plenty of tubing and periodicly throughout the build I test it for stable conditions so that when the build is complete there is not gonna be any issues lol. Im not crazy rolleyes.gif That is no where close to how the tubes are going to be ran when its finished lol. This is not my first build and I have been doing this for many years lol. Just enjoy when its finished it will be amazing! thumb.gif Its only about 25 percent done now lol! And while your at it check out my other build the link is below! biggrin.gif Also read the whole log two rads at the bottom and one on top, i was just sketching and brain storming back then.............
post #172 of 851
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I'm still hooked on the epicness of a Bacardi bottle being used in a PC. So much win.

YES,...... YES IT IS! Thank you!!! devil.gif
post #173 of 851
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1 suggestion man.. take your time lol. The mounting position for the radiator at the psu cover can't work... you'll end up blocking tubing or having to reroute your tubes from the bottom radiator around the back of the mobo tray which looks like will be hard considering all the components that need to be wired in this rig. I laughed because I seen the 2 radiator in a v on top of the housing fan shroud lol. GL, brother

Oh yea forgot to mention about the bottom PSU RAD comment, I had accounted for that and measured, I even made some mods to the case for extera room even though it fit. But it fits fine and the hoses are not affected! And I have a ginormous PSU! I have put some pics below with it with its tubing and fittings attached It is a tight fit but fits never the less lol! biggrin.gif




post #174 of 851
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I connected to the internet and have the current future mark score up(with only one HD6970)! Sorry for the flickering my HDTV is only at 60Hz right now?!

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The cards are going to be watercooled as well?
post #176 of 851
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The cards are going to be watercooled as well?

Yea they are! I am waiting on a few things though! Im waitng on the custom brackets from Triptcc(Dwood) to mount the Corsair H70's I have for them. I am also waiting on my other two HD6970's to come in the mail..... I still have to order one more bracket and one H70 to cool all three. But I will be able to liquid cool two right off the bat, the third one will have to sport its accelero cooler until I can get the other stuff lol!

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post #177 of 851
loving this build! i wanted to use a bottle as a rez forever, (used a honey bottle for a few months, but it was just tubing and glue holding it in, ultimately the Dazmode Protector in the loop dissolved/ate the glue and leaks began {technically the alcohol dissolved the glue}) never figured out how to seal it up properly.

but the tube+barb fitting is genius! thumb.gif
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post #178 of 851
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loving this build! i wanted to use a bottle as a rez forever, (used a honey bottle for a few months, but it was just tubing and glue holding it in, ultimately the Dazmode Protector in the loop dissolved/ate the glue and leaks began {technically the alcohol dissolved the glue}) never figured out how to seal it up properly.

but the tube+barb fitting is genius! thumb.gif

If you want added protection I would suggest using plumers glue(the blue stuff) or Gorilla Glue because both of them are resistant to that form of decomp. I know this because I have used both of them to successfully repair radiators and gas tanks! thumb.gif
post #179 of 851
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Got my fittings from OCN user PhantomTaco today! as well as some clear tubing. They look great and will fit well, now I can get to it! Also I got my second HD6970 today, and my Corsair 60gb SSD than im using as a cache and page-file drive!







post #180 of 851
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Back on the build, Installing the new fittings I got today, and its looking good so far! biggrin.gif







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