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post #11 of 149
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Got my psu today, installed it and already hate the wires that came with it.... time to order some new plugs and a roll of wire...got to figure out my sleeve colors first though.
Thinking grey, black and a single yellow wire in each bundle.
post #12 of 149
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As it sits right now I have everything but the sata power hooked up. Just waiting for my sleeves and new wires to show up.

post #13 of 149
This thing is SICK!! i ordered mine yeasterday and i hope i comes in a couple of days. i'm going to use a closed liqud cooler though, it's about 25mm thick + fan. do you think that would work? any plans to mod in a glamour window in the sidepanel to show off the awesome build? biggrin.gif

also, how is your temps under load?

man i love this thing! thumb.gif
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post #14 of 149
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A premade closed loop system should fit, I originally had a radiator from my antec 620 in there, but I wanted a thicker radiator.

I do plan to mod the front grill a bit, thought about a window, but I'm not sure you would see much other than the power supply.

Not sure on temps yet as I am waiting for connectors for the hard drives.
post #15 of 149
Did you have to do anything special to get the 620 to work with that radiator? Well other than tubes and fittings of course. I'm no expert on water cooling but I have a 620 and if I can I might try to use it with a 240, if it would be worth it.
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post #16 of 149
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240 may be too big. You might be able to fit it in the top though.
No mods needed for the 620, just get compression fittings for the radiator. To fill the system submerge the radiator in a bowl of coolant, suck the coolant into the pump with your mouth them turn on the pump top clear the air out.
post #17 of 149
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240 may be too big. You might be able to fit it in the top though.
No mods needed for the 620, just get compression fittings for the radiator. To fill the system submerge the radiator in a bowl of coolant, suck the coolant into the pump with your mouth them turn on the pump top clear the air out.

No I meant just a 240 in general not in this case, but you think the pump is strong enough for a 240? Thanks for the help.
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post #18 of 149
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Oh, yeah I have seen it done before.
post #19 of 149
Sweet, cant wait to See more. In mine i'll have a asus p8z77 i-deluxe with a 3570k and som patriot viper ram. And a corsair ?75? (The new slim one) Closed loop. Also a 450w psu and a 760 i believe it was. Ill make a thread and link it if you want to See it smile.gif
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post #20 of 149
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So I have been playing with this little thing for a few months now and I am thinking of upgrading my ram.
Currently have some no name 4 gb kit in there and I want to pump it up with some nice 16gb kit. But I want to use a low profile kit. You guys have any low profile kits to recommend?
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