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well i cant order mine for 1-2 weeks anyways, let me know as soon as you get them on to show some results that i cant find ANYWHERE. lol Ill contact you before i purchase it. Im trying to buy all mine in one big lumpsum so i dont have to pay extra in shipping and so i wont have parts laying around teasin me hahah
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well i cant order mine for 1-2 weeks anyways, let me know as soon as you get them on to show some results that i cant find ANYWHERE. lol Ill contact you before i purchase it. Im trying to buy all mine in one big lumpsum so i dont have to pay extra in shipping and so i wont have parts laying around teasin me hahah
Yeah no problems smile.gif. Just gotta get my rads,cpu block fittings tubing and coolant and im good to go smile.gif. Yeah the results are hard to find im getting about 35-45 degrees at idle on the reference cooler with between 20-25 ambient and when playing bf4 1080p ultra and maxed settings im getting about 65-75 max with fans set to custom profile 100% above 70ish. When i bench them in furmark with the burn in test they hit 75-80 so ill report temps once under water smile.gif. In sli i dont mind the reference coolers at all as they dont blow hot air around the inside of the case and the temperature probes i have (including the corsair link kit and mobo/cards/cpu) temps are pretty good and vary depending on location so im not too disappointed in the coolers. But the sounds is insane 4000rpm or so they really wind up and sound like a jet aircraft especially with 2 haha.
    
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I get very similar temperatures a tad bit lower but that's because of ambient temperatures, and i have a few case fans in my case, 2 200mm exhaust ontop, 2 120mm in front intake, 1 120mm bottom intake 1 rear 120mm exhaust plus the noctua cooler has 2 120mms. Half the reason for going with watercooling, to loud, too many fans. and i cant see my beautiful components frown.gif that will all be fixed very soon though i hope. When all those fans are on 100% plu the gpu fans i can hear it through my G930 headset with the volume half way up...

I am actually thinking about running 760's in SLI as well with the alphacool water blocks depending on your results.. Cant wait to see them do you ahve a time frame of when youll e putting them on?
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I get very similar temperatures a tad bit lower but that's because of ambient temperatures, and i have a few case fans in my case, 2 200mm exhaust ontop, 2 120mm in front intake, 1 120mm bottom intake 1 rear 120mm exhaust plus the noctua cooler has 2 120mms. Half the reason for going with watercooling, to loud, too many fans. and i cant see my beautiful components frown.gif that will all be fixed very soon though i hope. When all those fans are on 100% plu the gpu fans i can hear it through my G930 headset with the volume half way up...

I am actually thinking about running 760's in SLI as well with the alphacool water blocks depending on your results.. Cant wait to see them do you ahve a time frame of when youll e putting them on?

Well tonight as of about 1 hour ago i ordered my cpu block and tubing and sli connectors and a few other goodies, depending on my pay this weekl i may have all my components by the end of the week, all that is left is the rads and fittings and coolant. thumb.gif
    
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Awesome! Once you get it all going i'd also love to see how the gpu with the block and back plate look.. from all angles tongue.gif i'd imagine you planned on putting those in your log anyways haha

Great, cant wait to see and hear all about it.

What are your thoughts on the 750D? are there any ssd mounts anywhere on the back panel or elsewhere? I really like the case, but im leaning towards the NZXT Phantom 630, because it has just as much room, modular HDD cages which is good but i ahve 1 HDD luckily the 630 has a single HDD cage i can still attatch to the top of the Optical bays. And i was planning on mounting my 2 SSD's on the back ssd mounts where the wires go. That leaves just enough room for my pump and reserviour.

But from what i hear the 750D is made so much better for watercooling... i cant really make up my mind...
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Awesome! Once you get it all going i'd also love to see how the gpu with the block and back plate look.. from all angles tongue.gif i'd imagine you planned on putting those in your log anyways haha

Great, cant wait to see and hear all about it.

What are your thoughts on the 750D? are there any ssd mounts anywhere on the back panel or elsewhere? I really like the case, but im leaning towards the NZXT Phantom 630, because it has just as much room, modular HDD cages which is good but i ahve 1 HDD luckily the 630 has a single HDD cage i can still attatch to the top of the Optical bays. And i was planning on mounting my 2 SSD's on the back ssd mounts where the wires go. That leaves just enough room for my pump and reserviour.

But from what i hear the 750D is made so much better for watercooling... i cant really make up my mind...

yeah the 750D is awesome. The layout and cable management are what makes it a winner in my opinion. It does have brackets on the back panel (that are removable) for SSD's and the hard drive bays (X2) are also modular and you can mount them in the bottom of the case or under the optical drives. You should check out the 750D owners club for a look at some quality builds in the 750D and mods that you can do to make it even more beastly.

There is plenty of space for watercooling and for thick rads too, I'm looking to go with a 360mm and 240mm radiator at 45mm thick and that still leaves the option for push/pull fans on both as there is heaps of room inside the top/front/bottom for radiators and tubing.

At the end of the day its what you like to work inside and what you think looks good smile.gif Whichever one you go will be awesome as they are both great cases. thumb.gif

I'll post an update as soon as i get my parts put in.
    
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Have you looked at the Source 530? Seems like a great value case with a huge feature set... It's a personal favorite of mine.
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I didn't even know that case existed.. im going to take a long and closer look at it and research the hell out of it. Thanks
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im also looking for some waterblocks for my evga 760 acx especially now that i have sli them
    
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im also looking for some waterblocks for my evga 760 acx especially now that i have sli them

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=39918:38e6f3749cc787c3bb318fd62c1f539b

scroll down and check your compatibility should have your card listed.
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