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Also without measuring...just thought if you did what i did you could probably fit 2 reservoirs side by side in the case i have a lot of room in there after my mod
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Also without measuring...just thought if you did what i did you could probably fit 2 reservoirs side by side in the case i have a lot of room in there after my mod
Yeah, it seems that I might not need to remove the entire front. Just cutting out the 5.25 bays and the fan mounts, should give me enough space. Plus it gives me mounting points, but I need to add an edge to the glass, to cover up the metal.
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Not easy at all.
First of all, why are you cutting down the cooling capacity of the case? You are change it from 7X120mm down to 4X120mm...
I don't recommend just cut off the front and not to put any structure back. You will loose a lot of rigidity.
External 1080mm radiator, so I only need enough airflow to cool whatever is not water cooled.
post #8933 of 9560
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^ Yeah, if you cut out the drive bays the case will flop all over the place.

No actually the drive bays cut out has very little effect, the entire front fan mounts and all will though. I have no drive bays of any kind in mine now and it's still very sturdy.

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No actually the drive bays cut out has very little effect, the entire front fan mounts and all will though. I have no drive bays of any kind in mine now and it's still very sturdy.

When did you change to rigid tubing??
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When did you change to rigid tubing??


I have always had rigid tubing. I could not see spending that much money on a loop and going with the ghetto flex tubing so I went with EK 16mm OD rigid tube and fittings right of the bat. This was my 1st loop going from an H100i.



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I have always had rigid tubing. I could not see spending that much money on a loop and going with the ghetto flex tubing so I went with EK 16mm OD rigid tube and fittings right of the bat. This was my 1st loop going from an H100i.
When I took apart my old build today, so could I remove several of hard tubing without doing anything to the fittings.
Which is why I went back to soft tubing. Only drawback is that I lose the see-through runs, since I went with EK ZMT (Zero Maintainance Tubing) to hopefully prevent problems.
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Been updating my 750D yet again, replaced window for solid panel and added sound dampening material to both side panels and used soft foam on most of the passive ventilation.

Due to other issues with gunk still falling out of my rads and clogging my CPU block, i had to re-do my loop and flush it clean.
Bought some EK ZMT tubing, and re-did my loop, moving the rez/pump inwards.

I'm plannin on getting some Vardars to replace the SP120's in the bottom. and maybe a 140 for the back.


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She's been slowly becoming my "quiet" workhorse. Hence the hodge-podge of miss matched parts.. lol
I'll eventually swap out her 780ti for a Quadro when I plan out a more "fun" system later in the year.
Probably run a pair of 780TI's with a 5820k. Nothing crazy, but I hope will look good when it's done~
Hardline tubing is a must, and cooled by a just a single 560mm Rad, paired with 140mm E-Loops.
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I got an aquaero in the front bay and an external radiator with 9 fans, suggestions on where to have the fan cables enter/leave the case cleanest?
My idea was to just run it through the top of the case, where there is plenty of holes, but it dont look very clean.
post #8940 of 9560
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When I took apart my old build today, so could I remove several of hard tubing without doing anything to the fittings.
Which is why I went back to soft tubing. Only drawback is that I lose the see-through runs, since I went with EK ZMT (Zero Maintainance Tubing) to hopefully prevent problems.

Ok, there are good reasons to use soft tubing and not all systems look "Ghetto", I think mine would have with the length of the runs. I just see so many systems that have soft tubing that runs all over the place and looks like crap. If you are going to spend so much money for a full loop why not make it as nice as possible. I don't mind taking my system apart and cleaning it. It's part of the fun of being an enthusiast. If I could afford to build a new system every few months I would.
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