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post #11 of 219
Hey. Personally I'd go with image 5. It will filter the air as it would normally and it looks better with the dust filter inside. The grill isn't ugly, but if you don't like it you can always cut that one out and buy a aftermarket one or make one custom wink.gif
post #12 of 219
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Hey, thanks for the quick answer !

I will do it like Image 5 with on difrend thing, i will cut out the grill for better Airflow and lower noise of the fan and then the filter inside.
I think it´s the best coise what are you think about ?
post #13 of 219
Sounds good, definitely more airflow which is good. I'd still use a custom grill for looks, with better airflow than the stock grill of course. But I'm a looks maniac so you don't have to listen to me tongue.gif
Edited by Aspi - 8/14/13 at 10:21am
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I vote for 5 too, simply because it looks more natural thumb.gif
 
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post #15 of 219
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Thank you too, Barkinos98 for your opinion !!

I have a small update today:

I finally got my Corsair power supply cable, a friend of me ordered it.

The quality of the sleeve is really great!

Here are two pictures:






Edited by MehlstaubtheCat - 9/16/13 at 10:23am
post #16 of 219
Amazing build so far . . . keep it coming. thumb.gif

Cheers

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post #17 of 219
nice build!

Interesting idea with cooling the rear cpu mounting system with heatsinks. So how much did it lower cpu temps doing this?
post #18 of 219
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Quote:
So how much did it lower cpu temps doing this?

Post 1 go to "I will perform the following Modifications:" Point 3, there is the compled explain of the mod and way and how i make it etc. wink.gif
Edited by MehlstaubtheCat - 8/18/13 at 7:04pm
post #19 of 219
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Small Update:

A packet has arrived here a few pictures :










Edited by MehlstaubtheCat - 9/16/13 at 10:25am
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Next Update :

Have just sent an email to my dealer where I ordered my radiators and the pump and a few other parts.
In the order I wait now 4 weeks.
Today I've found is that the availability date has been postponed for the third time this month backward.
I checked it out for as it probably is, the parts are still processed this month.
Let's see what comes as a response. I simply can not begin without radiators and other parts gunner.gif
If it is not possible, I still get the parts this month, I'll look for another shop that can supply me.
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