Originally Posted by 6steven9
Noob question this is my first build an I just received the case and was looking at the wiring most of it seems pretty straight forward the only thing i'm not too sure about is which cable works the led strip I see 2 molox 1 female and 1 male one is 12v and one is led strip now do i connect these molox's together or am i connecting them directly to the psu??
It's labeled .... "LED Strip" .... if ya trace it back, it goes to the front right corner of the case...Black Female Molex (That's female pins / male socket)\
Originally Posted by Hereisphilly
Yeah that's really annoying! Did you manage to get some pads off phanteks?
I Was building for 6 hours straight last night, hopefully get some pics uploaded here, got a whole lot more to do today!
Originally Posted by COMBO2
Oh, well I guess I'll just use the 3 included on the top rad and the others fans for the other two rads. :L
Originally Posted by doyll
Jack, what thickness are the pads? Wonder if some rubber spacers the same thickness could be used on included case fans. Maybe something like car or bicycle inner tube cut to match and glue them in with a little rubber cement / contact glue.
Hopefully Phanteks can supply us with the stock pads.
yes, I sent an e-mail to Brian .... great response.... promptly sent me two front fan panel clickety (press to open / press to close) things and bunch of pads. They come with peel off adhesive backing......after going so, I realized ....
Take case top and bottom fan and pit on side panel; the use new fans fro rads. I will add the pads anyway to quite them up even in their use as case instead of rad fans. These are real nice pads ... shaped like triangle on top of another one .... kinda like an X-Mas tree
Each pad is 2.3mm thick (w/ backing on) .... Rad screws are countersunk so below pad and frame edges.
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/16/13 at 9:06am
Originally Posted by Roxycon
higher iso on the camera to give lightning justice but not as sharp picture
Looking at the tube routing, I'm apparently missing something .... how does that bridge route the flows ? Looks like it comes from pump and goes right thru bridge to CPU then back thru Bridge w/o going thru card blocks.
Originally Posted by aerial
I like parallel loop, wish more people used it.
My concern about bridge based parallel designs is:
1. The block "blocks" view of the MoBo and when it's real perty as in the M6F, I didn't wanna block the view with that big bulky thing.
2. I could never seem to see an "equal" flow path in the installation guide and figured it would always favor one card over the other. Always felt that the inlet should be between the two cards, tee up and down and tee back on the outlet side
So my plan at this point calls for splitting the flow before the cards with an identical tubing flow path to / from both. Any downsides that you see from this approach ?