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post #8641 of 9619
Hello guys,

I just updated my build, well almost all of it, the only thing i dont will change ever i think is my Corsair 750D wubsmiley.gif

Here are my new specs:

Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D
Mobo: Asus Maximus VIII Hero Z170
Cpu: Intel Core i7 6700k at stock 4.0Ghz (for now because im using an stock cooler)
Ram: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8Gb (2x4) at 3,000Mhz
Gpu: Asus Direct CUII R9 290X 4Gb Gddr5
Psu: Corsair Rm750i
Ssd: Samsung 128Gb
Hdd: WD 1TB and Seagate 2TB
Fans: 3x Corsair AF140







post #8642 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Juliotech View Post

Hello guys,

I just updated my build, well almost all of it, the only thing i dont will change ever i think is my Corsair 750D wubsmiley.gif

Here are my new specs:

Cpu: Intel Core i7 6700k at stock 4.0Ghz (for now because im using an stock cooler)
If you can, grab one of Corsairs AiO water coolers, you won't regret it. Mine have been running rock solid for 2 years and keep my CPU nice and cool despite a hefty overclock, and it's doing so while being inaudible.
post #8643 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Wolftame View Post

If you can, grab one of Corsairs AiO water coolers, you won't regret it. Mine have been running rock solid for 2 years and keep my CPU nice and cool despite a hefty overclock, and it's doing so while being inaudible.

Yes, im going forward to that, i was using a H110 for 2 years and something and run like a champ for all the time, i sell it to a friend and now i want the h110i gtx, is like my dream AIO
post #8644 of 9619
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Yes, im going forward to that, i was using a H110 for 2 years and something and run like a champ for all the time, i sell it to a friend and now i want the h110i gtx, is like my dream AIO
Mine is the H100i Extreme, I'm switching to a custom loop now, not because I need to but for the fun and experience of it. My H100i will go to my brother and will continue to serve.
post #8645 of 9619
Here a little Update on my current build.

Waiting for the EK Multiport top for the reservoir and then I'll insert some liquid biggrin.gif

Sorry for the bad picture quality, it's from my mobile phone.

post #8646 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Ultra Dude View Post

Here a little Update on my current build.
Did you use existing holes for the res or did you drill your own?
post #8647 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Wolftame View Post

On a side note while there's some quiet here. WHY is this wonderful case being marketed as only supporting a 280 in the top when it clearly can handle 420s unless they are too wide? There are mounting holes for the 420 already present to mount it.As few cases actually support 420 that could be employed in marketing as long as you state that the rad will have to be narrower than 150mm (and slim to avoid modding the case at all). Why not take advantage of that marketing opportunity? (and if not, why even make it with the mounting holes for a triple 140 rad?).
I believe you can mount Black Ice GTS420 on the top without interference with the 5.25 bay. I don't have the bay right now, so I can't confirm that for you.
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post #8648 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Dango View Post

I believe you can mount Black Ice GTS420 on the top without interference with the 5.25 bay. I don't have the bay right now, so I can't confirm that for you.
The Hardware Labs Nemesis 420LS should fit with no problems whatsoever, most other newer HWL is a tad bit too wide though (cage being 150 mm and standard width of never HWL rads being 153mm). The EK CE radiator shouldn't have any width issues but the height might require some internal parts of the cage to be bent/removed. I'm sure there are other rads out there that are sub 150mm wide and ~30mm that would work fine.
As I'm going for the HWL Nemesis 420GTS I will have to do some minor alterations to the cage, but none that would be viewable from the outside.
post #8649 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Wolftame View Post

Did you use existing holes for the res or did you drill your own?

I used the existing holes in the cage but then you cant use em for disks anymore, because the screw blocks the rail.

Here some detailed pictures of the case, the pump mounting and the screws inside the cage.



post #8650 of 9619
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Originally Posted by Ultra Dude View Post

I used the existing holes in the cage but then you cant use em for disks anymore, because the screw blocks the rail.

Here some detailed pictures of the case, the pump mounting and the screws inside the cage.
Ah, interesting, I had never even considered that approach, you just gave me a whole bunch of new ideas on how to do it.
My plan is to use EKs spider mount and attach the pump to the bottom innermost 120 fan (and use the fan to cool the pump motor as I'm going with the DDC). As my gfx card is too long the res won't pass beside the card, but the 150mm one will fit just underneath it with millimeters to spare (pump/res combo).
Using a variation on your mounting might do the trick for a bigger res (or just separate). I still need to house 2 HDs in the cage though, but as I want air between them I'll leave the middle slot empty and that gives me one hole, I could then cut up the second unused cage and just leave a L shape (roof and inner wall) to get a mounting place for the second hole.

And now I just thought of another idea not blocking any HDs, get one of EK's L-shaped mounting thingies (https://shop.ekwb.com/ek-uni-holder-50-70) and mount it through the bottom of the HD cage. That should make for a clean and adaptable mounting point for a res.
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