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First WC I have done my self. I am quite pleased. I took inspiration from the Corsair build and tweaked it to my liking. Took me about a month to plan, purchase, and build. I have my i7-4770K overclocked to 4.5GHz with an idle temp of 25-30 and an average load temp of 65-70. I plan on trying to boost my OC soon since I still have some low temps to play with. I also will WC my two GTX 780s down the road.










I know it's not the best build in the world, however if anyone has any questions or comments about my build, benchmarks, ect.... please ask.

Thanks biggrin.gif
Edited by 209ham - 7/17/13 at 11:21am
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Nice build. How did you mount the 4 fans lower left side? I don't see a rad...
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There are some adapters that are attached to the bottom of the case that can be placed there to hold the fans when they are attached to the rad or as shown here with no rad. If you have a 900d look at the back side and you will see what I am talking about. Mine came with the rear sides already in place. Had it not I would have missed it.
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Love the tubing job, they may be a little long but damn it looks nice.
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Originally Posted by MURDoctrine View Post

There are some adapters that are attached to the bottom of the case that can be placed there to hold the fans when they are attached to the rad or as shown here with no rad. If you have a 900d look at the back side and you will see what I am talking about. Mine came with the rear sides already in place. Had it not I would have missed it.

Yes, there is a flap that you have to unscrew and install that allows you to install fans. I at first thought i had a defective case since it wasn't already there until I noticed it.
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Love the tubing job, they may be a little long but damn it looks nice.

Thanks smile.gif Yeah, I was thinking the same about the length but I plan on WC both my 780's down the road so when that time comes, everything will be shortened.
Edited by 209ham - 7/17/13 at 8:10pm
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Thanks for the heads up on the bracket for mounting the fans. I did not realize that was a bracket; thought it was a rail of some sort.thumb.gif
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