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That's a VERY fine rad sir biggrin.gif
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That's a VERY fine rad sir biggrin.gif
Definetly. I'm a huge sucker for anything Alphacool!!
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So since I'm getting the UT60 280mm it looks like I'm going to be doing push/pull with it. Going to use my Corsair SP140's on the bottom and the Prolimatech red 140's on the top. This means I'm going to have to get a smaller reservoir because now that the res is going to sit higher, I'm not going to be able to fit my 45mm thick 360 rad on the top when I get it. There is a chance that I'm getting a Swiftech MCP655b and EK D5 Top X Rev. 2 from the same guy so I'm thinking about buying an smaller EK res that I can fit on the pump top. Right now I have the Bitspower z-multi 250mm. I really hope this guy wants to trade my Seasonic x-850 for the pump + top.

I think I will just get the Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Ice Red
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14258/ex-res-318/Bitspower_Water_Tank_Z-Multi_150_Inline_Reservoir_-_Ice_Red_BP-WTZM150P-IRDBK.html?tl=g30c97s165

That will look awesome with my theme.
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/25/13 at 12:39pm
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So since I'm getting the UT60 280mm it looks like I'm going to be doing push/pull with it. Going to use my Corsair SP140's on the bottom and the Prolimatech red 140's on the top. This means I'm going to have to get a smaller reservoir because now that the res is going to sit higher, I'm not going to be able to fit my 45mm thick 360 rad on the top when I get it. There is a chance that I'm getting a Swiftech MCP655b and EK D5 Top X Rev. 2 from the same guy so I'm thinking about buying an smaller EK res that I can fit on the pump top. Right now I have the Bitspower z-multi 250mm. I really hope this guy wants to trade my Seasonic x-850 for the pump + top.

I think I will just get the Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Ice Red
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14258/ex-res-318/Bitspower_Water_Tank_Z-Multi_150_Inline_Reservoir_-_Ice_Red_BP-WTZM150P-IRDBK.html?tl=g30c97s165

That will look awesome with my theme.
If I read this right you are going to use the 280 rad down the bottom with the max revo PSU?
Just because I am struggling with a 240mm rad, the PSU wiring is hard against the radiator I pretty sure you might have problems with this combo
mainly because it is an extended atx PSU
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If I read this right you are going to use the 280 rad down the bottom with the max revo PSU?
Just because I am struggling with a 240mm rad, the PSU wiring is hard against the radiator I pretty sure you might have problems with this combo
mainly because it is an extended atx PSU

I'm getting the cables sleeved so I will have no problem bending the cables. If I was leaving the cables as they are I would definetly have a lot of trouble working that out. That's another reason why I like sleeved cables. Very easy to bend and route along with looking awesome!
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/25/13 at 4:50pm
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I'm gonna have to do that or just get a pre sleeved modular unit one day...
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OK hope you are right smile.gif
I see probably about 20mm of working room but depends on the size of the rad tank end and if you slot the mounting holes on the case
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OK hope you are right smile.gif
I see probably about 20mm of working room but depends on the size of the rad tank end and if you slot the mounting holes on the case

If you look at Chino1974's rig his PSU is the same length as mine and he also has a 280mm radiator on the bottom and was able to fit all of his cables. I hope I'm right too!!

So in light of me getting the UT60 rad for the bottom I had to get a smaller reservoir. Luckily Chino keeps surprising me with parts so I got this Phobya reservoir from him. I like it!!


Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/26/13 at 5:30pm
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Oh yea and I forgot to tell you guys that I'm officially getting the Swiftech MCP655-b along with the EK D5 X Top Rev.2 Very happy that this guy is helping me out so much. Now that is a couple hundred dollars I don't have to worry about finding.
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Hey buddy. Who's is doing your cable sleeving again?
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