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post #261 of 3052
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It's because it is a whole set of cables which in a mini itx build you will not use contact them via email and tell them the cables you need only like
24-pin, 8-pin mobo, 8-pin pci express, 6-pin pci express etc and the price will be much lower when you do that.

Thanks again Lucky, I will do that then. I didn't think that they would just sell which cables I needed.

Are they located in the US or are they out of the US? How long does it usually take for these to get to you once you've placed an order?
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Thanks again Lucky, I will do that then. I didn't think that they would just sell which cables I needed.

Are they located in the US or are they out of the US? How long does it usually take for these to get to you once you've placed an order?

They are in Hong Kong, and I ordered my 2 x sets below for a build and it only took them 2-days to make and this morning got a email saying it was shipped. Total paid was $175.56 free shipping I also got a price quote from a service on here and it was like $400 plus for the same thing..

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Ok Build is now complete!

Was a fun first project for water cooling, may go back to it and change some stuff in time but happy with how it is now.
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Hope the white color isn't to boring but wanted just a clean look, and just love the look of the white milk looking fluid in a PC.

Enjoy your solid build mate, it is excellent !
Maybe a little lighting would be nice but it is awesome none the less.

Please add some pics where we can see what is going on under the 5.25 bay, I can't seem to locate the pump in your loop.
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post #264 of 3052
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They are in Hong Kong, and I ordered my 2 x sets below for a build and it only took them 2-days to make and this morning got a email saying it was shipped. Total paid was $175.56 free shipping I also got a price quote from a service on here and it was like $400 plus for the same thing..

That is not bad at all and the turnaround time is really fast. I bet they are churning these out like hotcakes in that warehouse.
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Enjoy your solid build mate, it is excellent !

Maybe a little lighting would be nice but it is awesome none the less.

Please add some pics where we can see what is going on under the 5.25 bay, I can't seem to locate the pump in your loop.

Yeah, I second that. I'd love to see some pics of the pump under the 5.25 bay.
post #265 of 3052
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They are in Hong Kong, and I ordered my 2 x sets below for a build and it only took them 2-days to make and this morning got a email saying it was shipped. Total paid was $175.56 free shipping I also got a price quote from a service on here and it was like $400 plus for the same thing..
I also bought my 250D psu cables from Moddiy, very good quality cables and didn't take very long to arrive from order.
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I also bought my 250D psu cables from Moddiy, very good quality cables and didn't take very long to arrive from order.

For this case, what length cables would you guys recommend getting? Maybe this will get Corsair to sell shorter length cable kits now that they've entered the ITX market. The cables alone with the RM series are horrible in this case.
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For this case, what length cables would you guys recommend getting? Maybe this will get Corsair to sell shorter length cable kits now that they've entered the ITX market. The cables alone with the RM series are horrible in this case.

Well personally I went with 30cm 24pin mobo and 8pin cpu power cables and then 40cm gpu power cables. They are just the right lenght imo, although you might get away with shorter.
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Has anyone had any luck cleanly removing the Corsair logo on the front panel? Any tips on how to do so?

Tried searching this thread for "logo" but didn't come up with anything.

Thanks!
post #269 of 3052
Well, I have finished my built. I now realice that indeed the standard fans even at a low RPM are a bit noisy so when I have time I'll probably order some of those Quiet Corsair fans instead. Which ones are better (i.e. more silent) the quiet or the performance ones?

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My build finally was finished today smile.gif Unfortunately I am having massive heat issues with the Haswell.

Pump is running at 2084 rpm
H100i fans are running at 1215 rpm each.
H100i is fitted to the cpu firmly.

H100i Temp is 32c while system is idle
CPU is 47c idle

The second I start Prime95 the temp of my i7 4770k instantly jumps to 100c and immediately starts underclocking with alerts going off like crazy.

My previous i7 930 overclocked to 3.8ghz with an H80 was very happy at 68c with prime95.

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