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I never thought of putting wires under the mobo...you mean you have some below the mobo itself (between the mobo and tray)?
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I never thought of putting wires under the mobo...you mean you have some below the mobo itself (between the mobo and tray)?
Lookin good btw tongue.gif

Thanks! And yea under the mobo, I am skeptical of running wires under without PET, especially 18AWG because of the thin shielding and the nipples of solder can poke them and short, but if you just wrap them with tape a few times around for the section thats directly under you should be fine! thumb.gif
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I'm gonna have to give it a shot...I was thinking of the front panel io cables which I find impossible to hide otherwise in my CM 690 II. Those are already thick and well shielded.
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I'm gonna have to give it a shot...I was thinking of the front panel io cables which I find impossible to hide otherwise in my CM 690 II. Those are already thick and well shielded.
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Got it! Hotmail had sent it to the junk folder lol! rolleyes.gif
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How does the Corsair pump hold up as a waterblock? Any good compared to todays standards?
     
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Should be ok I guess...doubt it's too restrictive.
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How does the Corsair pump hold up as a waterblock? Any good compared to todays standards?

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Should be ok I guess...doubt it's too restrictive.

Well they actually do real good, for the H100i's I remove the pump head, and the H70 you can leave alone. The H70 has like no restriction, and you can still use its internal pump in conjunction with your good one if you want. However the H100i is restrictive because it has very many thin copper fins, which is a good thing really because it transfers alot of heat even at a low flow rate! I have tested all the models at 50PSI and they dont leak at all! As far as temps they are doing good so far but we will see..... I need my custom brackets to come in before I stress the cards because they airent making even contact with the blocks as I have it setup right now..... The Cpu I will be OCing here soon though! thumb.gif
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