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smile.gif It is totally up to you m8. If you already bought it, and you can make it line up and look good, sure.. go for it!
But my guess is that a lone fan would look better smile.gif

No matter what you go for, Im looking forward to see how it turns out!
Good luck thumb.gif

Thank you! Ya I found someone to buy the 120 and I purchased a 240 I'll be putting in the front of the case
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Thank you! Ya I found someone to buy the 120 and I purchased a 240 I'll be putting in the front of the case
That is exactly what I would do if I had a 900D wink.gif
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Started painting some of the fans today
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Looking good!!
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Looking good!!
Thanks man!
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Parts are still flowing in slowly but surely..


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Parts are still flowing in slowly but surely..




Still also running a dual reservoir setup just had to change the spot where I had them last they were two high up so when I get the other fans to put on the 360 up top they would hit so had to move them around
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Did a little more detailing to my case with the green vinyl.. Still waiting for my mobo block, my 780x2 blocks and my 240 rad and fans than I can start my bending. I have one primochill vortex flow meter behind the bottom 480 not sure where to put it but I kind like it down there. I have another one no idea where to put it, any ideas? I also bought a roll of white led strips that I'll be using for my LEDs I'll prob incorporate a switch into it for I/O.
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Subbed! Looking good. thumb.gif

Don't forget to test boot your system. biggrin.gif

Definitely love the vinyl as well. How did you adhere it to the back?
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