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I replaced my h105 with custom loop smile.gif






Edited by putchie - 4/23/14 at 10:07pm
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Looking good bro, acrylic tubing sure can be a pain, is there a second xspc res below your tube res?

here's how mine looks so far aswell, just got the case this morning biggrin.gif




you have a good idea for putting the OC panel in there, wish i had space to do that :/
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Looking good bro, acrylic tubing sure can be a pain, is there a second xspc res below your tube res?

XSPC Tank res for D5, my plan was to use copper tubing 5/8 but sadly I cant find the right tools to bend the tube
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In my opinion your tubing looks much better than copper
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XSPC Tank res for D5, my plan was to use copper tubing 5/8 but sadly I cant find the right tools to bend the tube

just a tip.. I know for bending brass tubing for trombones and other brass instruments, they freeze water or something similar inside the tubing to maintain the outside diameter while bending. Could probably be done easily enough at home.

tubing benders for 5/8" OD tubing get expensive though ($150), I think that's why most people use 3/8" copper tubing for watercooling loops. you can easily find benders for 3/8" tubing for about $20
   
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to be honest, as close as most people sit to their monitor, i thought that 4k wouldnt make too much of a difference

Wouldn't this be exactly the opposite? The closer you sit to a monitor the more likely you are to be able to make out improved graphics quality.

I remember some study done on 32" LCD TVs and from more than 7 feet away most people couldn't tell 720P from 1080P.

But within that 7 feet people started being able to differentiate...because as they got closer they could make out fine detail better.
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XSPC Tank res for D5, my plan was to use copper tubing 5/8 but sadly I cant find the right tools to bend the tube

Is that one of the Photon D5 res from XSPC in your rig Putchie? And if so, were there pre-drilled holes for you to mount it to? Also, what thickness is your rad/or model number?
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Looking good bro, acrylic tubing sure can be a pain, is there a second xspc res below your tube res?

here's how mine looks so far aswell, just got the case this morning biggrin.gif


Thanks for the measurements Jeron! How thick is the rad you are putting up top? And how thick is the rad you are using in front?
    
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I bought a st30 120/240/360 , but now that I have the case I replaced the front with a xt45, and I ordered another xt45 for the top because I have so much room lol, I read alot of places push vs pull, there isn't much of a difference so I'm contemplating switching to pull for cleaning sakes

Also contemplating if I can shove a 120 on bottom... Not sure about my clearance though

***also switching the top to a xt45 360 because it has multiple Ports so I might drill a hole through the top of the case to add a plug that I can open when draining the loop from the bottom
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I bought a st30 120/240/360 , but now that I have the case I replaced the front with a xt45, and I ordered another xt45 for the top because I have so much room lol, I read alot of places push vs pull, there isn't much of a difference so I'm contemplating switching to pull for cleaning sakes

Also contemplating if I can shove a 120 on bottom... Not sure about my clearance though

I've got a XSPC AX240 and a Alphacool ST30 280, one of those is going in the front as a P/P setup, I'd like to get a 360 for top, and was considering either a xt45 or a RX v3, they are essentially the same thickness, but I think I'm leaning towards the RX v3 from XSPC since it has gotten some really phenomenal reviews, of late. I just don't know :/

My case should arrive a day early, today!

Edit: It's here!!!!
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Present for myself smile.gif 512gb Samsung 840 pro, 2024gb of SSD goodness smile.gif
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