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Almost done. Need to get a proper drainage configuration for this box. And of course replace that blue UV dye. Had to use that stuff because I had a leak I couldn't find (turned out one of my hoses had a split like it was cut with a razor or something). Thank goodness I caught it early.

Started with the video card on air and the cpu was on a Corsair H60. The H60 kept the room warm over the winter, but was not the true solution to my cooling requirements. Replaced the H60 with a Corsair H30 kit, and of course couldn't leave well enough alone.

Final system gear is:
ASUS Maximus IV Extreme
EVGA GTX 780 Classified
Intel i7 2600K overclocked to 4.7Ghz
OCZ Revo 100GB drive (Will replace with the Intel 530 240GB SSD in the picture)
EVGA SuperNova 1300 G2
EK compression fittings
EK vario D5/X RES 140 combination
Primochill hoses
WD Hard drive
Corsair SP120 performance PWM fans on the radiators
Corsair AF140 rear case fan
EK XTX 360 and XTX 240 radiators
EK GTX 780 Classy Waterblock and backplate
Corsair Vengeance RAM 16GB at 1645Mhz

If I had known the correct dimensions for this case, I could have put a different 240 radiator in the bottom. That would have allowed me to install up to 3 storage drives under the front bay with no modifications at all. Since this box is purely a game pc, I stayed with the 64mm XTX unit and installed it up front. The measurements for the top of the case is the real "lesson learned" item since my rad is 64mm! but like in my other post I got lucky since with this motherboard I was able to clear all components. The only pain is if/when I needed to disconnect the 8 pin power supply cable, I have to drop one of the fans down.

For my first custom loop, not too shabby. biggrin.gif





Edited by selac - 3/9/14 at 8:01am
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Almost done. Need to get a proper drainage configuration for this box. Started with the video card on air and the cpu was on a Corsair H60. Then the custom loop started with a Corsair H30 kit.

Final system gear is:
ASUS Maximus IV Extreme
EVGA GTX 780 Classified
Intel i7 2600K overclocked to 4.7Ghz
OCZ Revo 100GB drive (Will replace with the Intel 530 240GB SSD in the picture)
EVGA SuperNova 1300 G2
EK compression fittings
EK vario D5/X RES 140 combination
Primochill hoses
WD Hard drive
Corsair SP120 performance PWM fans on the radiators
Corsair AF140 rear case fan
EK XTX 360 and XTX 240 radiators
EK GTX 780 Classy Waterblock and backplate
Corsair Vengeance RAM 16GB at 1645Mhz

If I had known the correct dimensions for this case, I could have put a different 240 radiator in the bottom. That would have allowed me to install up to 3 storage drives under the front bay with no modifications at all. Since this box is purely a game pc, I stayed with the 64mm XTX unit and installed it up front. The measurements for the top of the case is the real "lesson learned" item since my rad is 64mm! but like in my other post I got lucky since with this motherboard I was able to clear all components. The only pain is if/when I needed to disconnect the 8 pin power supply cable, I have to drop one of the fans down.

For my first custom loop, not too shabby. biggrin.gif





Very nice and clean. thumb.gif
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So I decided to figure out a way to civer up my fan controller and flow meter if I want to with the 5.25 bay covers. Came out pretty damn good I think. I'l post pics when the sun gets a bit brighter. What free/cheap mods have you guys done? Looking to do some different things to make my build look better.

Pics as of now.

Going to remove the white plasti dip on the memory, didn't come out how I thought. Not a fan of it. Also, not sure about the sli ribbon. I think I'm going to get one of the solid Asus bridges to match my ek sli block.





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So I decided to figure out a way to civer up my fan controller and flow meter if I want to with the 5.25 bay covers. Came out pretty damn good I think. I'l post pics when the sun gets a bit brighter. What free/cheap mods have you guys done? Looking to do some different things to make my build look better.

Pics as of now.

Going to remove the white plasti dip on the memory, didn't come out how I thought. Not a fan of it. Also, not sure about the sli ribbon. I think I'm going to get one of the solid Asus bridges to match my ek sli block.
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Why not replace those power cables with some custom sleeved ones??? You could buy the set from Corsair or get some nice multiple color custom ones from sellers like Lutro. (Black and white mix would be cool)
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Why not replace those power cables with some custom sleeved ones??? You could buy the set from Corsair or get some nice multiple color custom ones from sellers like Lutro. (Black and white mix would be cool)
I actually did begin sleeving that build. About 50-60% of the way through I decided that it actually took away from the build. I know, I know. Sleeving generally looks awesome but just didn't look right. Might have been the colors and type of sleeving but I pulled it out and put it back as you see it now. Might give it a go again with some different colors (still black and white but just different values) some time in the near future. Thanks for the suggestion thumb.gif
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I actually did begin sleeving that build. About 50-60% of the way through I decided that it actually took away from the build. I know, I know. Sleeving generally looks awesome but just didn't look right. Might have been the colors and type of sleeving but I pulled it out and put it back as you see it now. Might give it a go again with some different colors (still black and white but just different values) some time in the near future. Thanks for the suggestion thumb.gif
totally understandable man. Hopefully next time it won't be wasted time for ya when putting something together. But either way with or without it the build looks amazing. So no worries there.
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totally understandable man. Hopefully next time it won't be wasted time for ya when putting something together. But either way with or without it the build looks amazing. So no worries there.
Thanks bro. Appreciate it. Came out pretty good for my first ever pc build I think. I thought about just grabbing some of the sleeved corsair cables for it but they don't have the look or color I'm going for. Lutro has some nice colors and when I get the time I'm going to do it again.
post #3278 of 9580
Quick question for you guys, has anyone had issues installing a bottom 240 rad in the 750d ?

I've been changing my loop around and things don't seem to be lining up mad.gif
post #3279 of 9580
One of the molex connectors that I had sleeved. The black was too deep I think. The case and components have a duller black. Might see if I can order some samples to get the black closer to everything else.

post #3280 of 9580
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Quick question for you guys, has anyone had issues installing a bottom 240 rad in the 750d ?

I've been changing my loop around and things don't seem to be lining up mad.gif
the mounting house just won't line up? What rad? I tried my ek 240 on the bottom before I changed it to the front for aesthetic reasons and everything was ok.
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