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Great, thanks for the quick reply.
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post #142 of 201
Very sexy build! Can't wait to read thru it when I get home.
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Great, thanks for the quick reply.

I washed mine with warm water and dishwashing liquid...still sticky as!
    
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post #144 of 201
What is the loop order for your build? I can't seem to figure it out.
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What is the loop order for your build? I can't seem to figure it out.

Res>Pump>Rad>CPU>GPU
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Res>Pump>Rad>CPU>GPU

Ahh, now I see the tube leading from the pump to the radiator. I don't know how I missed it before. Just one more thing, how did you fill the loop?
post #147 of 201
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Ahh, now I see the tube leading from the pump to the radiator. I don't know how I missed it before. Just one more thing, how did you fill the loop?

I laid the case flat on its side, and then run the system overnight. I have a 5 way rotary snake that's why this is possible.
post #148 of 201
Just a couple more things. How much clearance is there behind the GTX 670? I'm planning on doing a similar build to this one and I was wondering if I could fit a GTX 770 into the case with the tubes behind it. According to eVGa's website, the GTX is about ~6.5 inches long and the GTX 770 is about 10 inches. Also how did you make the plexi glass stay in place and mount the reservoir onto it? Sorry for asking so many questions but these are the last ones. I promise.
Edited by Yorkel - 3/10/14 at 12:12pm
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Just a couple more things. How much clearance is there behind the GTX 670? I'm planning on doing a similar build to this one and I was wondering if I could fit a GTX 770 into the case with the tubes behind it. According to eVGa's website, the GTX is about ~6.5 inches long and the GTX 770 is about 10 inches. Also how did you make the plexi glass stay in place and mount the reservoir onto it? Sorry for asking so many questions but these are the last ones. I promise.


I used stand offs to hold the plexi in place.

I think that a tube could definitely go behind the GPU but I'd be worried about kinks. I'll let you know if I upgraded my GPU, I'm really not sure how I would do the loop with a longer card.
post #150 of 201
First of all, I'm absolutely in love with this build, it's just beautiful, and this may have been asked in a previous page, but what noise levels are you getting? Does the PSU fan get loud? it's 40mm (I think) and the rad fans, are they loud? I plan on watercooling the hadron hydro so I can fit a slightly thicker radiator (I'm planning on an EX240 with 2xCM Jetflo 120 fans)

Thanks in advance!
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