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Good point. I didn't know it was that bad vibration-wise. As for heatsinking it, I read that as long as it's placed in the path of a fan it should perform fine. Especially since it's not running full tilt 24/7. Or am I wrong about this?

You're not wrong, my bad experience was from a pump with broken PWM circuit so it DID run 100% 24/7 generating lots of vibrations and heat, (and when I say vibrations I could feel my table the case was on vibrating tongue.gif One error I had made was using long screws going through mount, fan and case so I had direct metal on metal contact for the pump and case. After I made my own vibration damper I also split the mounting so I had two sets of screws, one set through the case to hold the fan, and another separate set through the mount into the other side of the fan, so no longer any metal on metal connect. The combination of all the small solutions and fixed have given me a very nice and completely inaudible solution now, with no vibrations.
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Secondary I'm assuming being the front one? or bottom?
Has to be in the front. I need the bottom area for one 3.5" HDD cage and possibly for pump installation.
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Hi folks.

I'm building a new system these days. (X99 system in the sig)

For custom loop, I've ordered EK-CoolStream PE 360 (Triple) and EK-CoolStream PE 240 (Dual) radiators to be installed in Corsair 750D.

The 360 rad will be mounted on top and the 240 rad will be mounted (vertically) in the front intake area. (I removed HDD cage as I'm using SSD only). And the stock front intakes fans (Corsair 140mm) will be replaced with EK 120mm Vardar fans.

Hopefully, the 240 raid will fit (vertically) in the front intake area of the case as I need a space for reservoir+tank to be placed between VGA and the vertically mounted 240 rad. Anybody using similar custom loop configurations here ?
Edited by PowerK - 7/8/16 at 9:17pm
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And she is done!





post #9295 of 9619
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And she is done!
Nice! Is that a slim 30mm 3x120 rad in the front?

May I ask how you removed the 5.25 bay? I want to do the same, but my current case had already taught me the hard way that rivets are a pain to mess with. I mean literally, what tools and what technique did you use? I don't want to scratch the paint too much!
Edited by Alexium - 7/9/16 at 4:11am
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Very nice build, I like it. And the color scheme is amazing. I prefer the hole-less front plate, but is just my preference.
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post #9297 of 9619
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Nice! Is that a slim 30mm 3x120 rad in the front?

May I ask how you removed the 5.25 bay? I want to do the same, but my current case had already taught me the hard way that rivets are a pain to mess with. I mean literally, what tools and what technique did you use? I don't want to scratch the paint too much!

Yea it's a 3x120 slim. Rivets are easy, just grab a drill and drill into the head of it and it will come off. There's a few rivets to remove and then you have to cut it in a couple of places, i used a dremel for that. It's a bit hard to get a clean cut with the dremel cause of the angles you have to cut at, but it's not too bad.
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Very nice build, I like it. And the color scheme is amazing. I prefer the hole-less front plate, but is just my preference.

Thanks!
Yea the original front plate looks better but the airflow through it is so freaking bad that I switched
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Here you can see were I had to cut.
I'm not a handyman by any means, was the first time holding a dremel, so if I can do it, anyone can 😁
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Originally Posted by MebeNici View Post

Here you can see were I had to cut.
I'm not a handyman by any means, was the first time holding a dremel, so if I can do it, anyone can 😁
Thanks!
That doesn't look bad at all!
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And she is done! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Nice! Love the Lego Tie-Fighter! smile.gif
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