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post #771 of 3057
Hi, Looking hard but not finding info on whether a noctua nh-c14 will fit, with both fans. Heightwise, it should, but one review took the top fan off without saying why.
Anyone using this cooler? With which mobo?

Thanks
Edited by zombibikini - 4/17/14 at 1:07pm
post #772 of 3057
Hey Everyone!

I have made some new updates to my new build.

I have finally given it a name and the new beast is called '250Devastator'

I have now had professionally painted the whole case so every part is a matching matt black instead of the brushed metal front. I have also had the 1st half of the components. The second half will be next week. So excited!!

Please let me know what you think!







post #773 of 3057
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dat waterblock op nice and clean so far keep it up smile.gif
post #774 of 3057
When are you going to update the first post with all the members name and such?

/poke

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post #775 of 3057
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First post!

Just getting started smile.gif

Is that a 230mm fan?

Does it fit in the front ??

I only went with the 200mm, thought that was the max :/

But looking good so far biggrin.gif
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i love the sound dampending mats you have, they give off that peacefull feeling on pics, really kewl smile.gif
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First post!

Just getting started smile.gif

Hey! I know that one on the screen biggrin.gif

Looking go so far buddy.
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samsung 840 samsung  Thermaltake water 3.0 win7 64bit 
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viewsonic 27" Cooler master qfr cooler master 700 corsair 250d 
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anker vertical ocz sony 5.25" bookshelfs 
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1TB Samsung F3 Samsung 840 250GB LG external DVD/R 212 evo 
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post #778 of 3057
Hey Guys,

This is a photo of the Asus Impact Motherboard going into my Corsair 250D. There is also a Intel i7 4770k that will be cooled by the EK M6i Water block that is custom design for this board. With 2x8GB 2400Mhz Corsair Vengeance Pro RAM

Looks beautiful. Cant wait to see the red fluid flowing through it!

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Looking slick. Time to change that sig.
post #780 of 3057
Just joined the club! No pics yet but I'll post some in the next few weeks when all my parts arrive and the build is complete biggrin.gif

The case is bigger than I anticipated haha. She'll be getting a 4670K, H60, ASRock Z87 Mini-ITX and either a the MSI 270X OC Gaming or the GTX 760 GAMING (ITX?) depending on whether I want to spend an extra $40 or not tongue.gif.

So pumped for my first SFF build

:wheee.gif

Was gonna go for a blue-themed build for the red 1866Mhz Ripjaws RAM were on sale.....
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Saitek Gaming keyboard ... >_> Corsair TX750 Rosewill Gear x3 
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