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Originally Posted by Hegemon875 View Post

Can anyone tell me if its possible to fit a 240mm CLC at the front AND bottom at the same time?
What does CLC stand for? (sorry if n00b question lol)
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Originally Posted by Jamaican Reaper View Post

Yes you can....

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This is bobs build with 2x240 in front and bottom....
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Originally Posted by Thoth420 View Post

Noob here.....Christmas present. I love it but the door on the 750D seems quite cheap and flimsy. I guess I expected it would be a bit more rugged.
OK everyone can make fun of it now....but it was a gift + hardware from a failed project combined together. biggrin.gif

What's with the tubing 'around' the graphics card? Where/what does it lead to?
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Originally Posted by Conpen View Post

Turns out when I was cleaning my workspace, I found the O-Ring from the pump. Guess who had to drain their loop and reassemble their pump? rolleyes.gif
Oh the agony... never made that mistake...yet... but I feel your pain biggrin.gif
post #2122 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Pat77 View Post

Hello,

There are two rails and thus you just have to make her(it) slide above and screw the black screws.

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Done, thank you very much:thumb:
Merci beaucoup:D
post #2123 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Garrett1974NL View Post

What's with the tubing 'around' the graphics card? Where/what does it lead to?

It's a bad angle and frankly the tube is sitting on top of the GPU's PCB (which should have a backplate but they forgot to install it). It is making me nervous sitting across the top of the card like that.

Better angle to see what I mean.

This is my first water cooling aside messing with an h100i for a few weeks. I notice what sounds like splashing and there are little bubbles at the top of the reservoir's fill line. Is that normal? Sometimes it even "burps" so to speak. I read around the net and it seems to be normal and a few people suggested rotating the case around or setting it on it's side to let the air out.

I think this is a bit too much machine for me. tongue.gif
Edited by Thoth420 - 1/11/14 at 4:51am
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Originally Posted by esseci59 View Post

Done, thank you very much:thumb:
Merci beaucoup:D
post #2125 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Thoth420 View Post

It's a bad angle and frankly the tube is sitting on top of the GPU's PCB (which should have a backplate but they forgot to install it). It is making me nervous sitting across the top of the card like that.

Better angle to see what I mean.

This is my first water cooling aside messing with an h100i for a few weeks. I notice what sounds like splashing and there are little bubbles at the top of the reservoir's fill line. Is that normal? Sometimes it even "burps" so to speak. I read around the net and it seems to be normal and a few people suggested rotating the case around or setting it on it's side to let the air out.

I think this is a bit too much machine for me. tongue.gif
I have the tubing going into the reservoir at the bottom, that way you can't hear the water "fall in" like people who have the tubing on top of the reservoir.
post #2126 of 9542
What are you guys doing to (or how would I go about) get rid of the LED's on the mobo/gpu. They don't really fit into my lighting scheme.
post #2127 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Jakusonfire View Post

The front rad is being nerfed a bit there the way you have it connected. Using the bottom drain port of a rad as a an inlet or outlet means that water only flows through half of the tubes inside the rad rad. Is the top rad hooked up the same way? It will limit the cooling performance and give you higher water temps.

Just A bit? Lol it's not meant to be used as a cross flow rad I'm surprised it even works that way
post #2128 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Garrett1974NL View Post

What does CLC stand for? (sorry if n00b question lol)

Closed Loop Cooler, it's those all-in-one wateecooling kits from Corsair or NZXT like the h100i.
post #2129 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Anti Hero View Post

cool thanks. I'm no photographer... What is as soft box? redface.gif

Almost like putting a white screen infront of your computer. My photo is also edited.
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post #2130 of 9542
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Originally Posted by Conpen View Post

Closed Loop Cooler, it's those all-in-one wateecooling kits from Corsair or NZXT like the h100i.

Yeah Im planning on pairing a couple with some NZXT G10 brackets.
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