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Perfect cut! This is a good sign of excellence; can't wait to see the rest!
   
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Looks good.
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Thanks for tuning in fellas! I appreciate the compliments.
post #104 of 114
Looks great! Are you still intending on painting the mobo heatspreaders?
post #105 of 114
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Looks great! Are you still intending on painting the mobo heatspreaders?

Thanks. I won't be doing anything else to it any time soon.
post #106 of 114
Really cool build especially the color of it!
Btw, have u thought of getting the nVidia SLI bridge?
Seems like a good match in my eyes
post #107 of 114
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Really cool build especially the color of it!
Btw, have u thought of getting the nVidia SLI bridge?
Seems like a good match in my eyes

The sli bridge had crossed my mind. It would match the color scheme. Glad you like it! smile.gif
post #108 of 114
Hey I have a question about the primochill reservoir. I just got the same one you have but the frosted one.

How did you get it installed. My Phanteks Enthoo Primo has a side reservoir bracket with screw holes, but the holes of the reservoir is slightly wider than the screw holes of the bracket. Enough that I couldn't put the 2nd screw on. Very annoying because I like the looks of the reservoir and thought the groundglass effect with the frost would look great with the UV coolant that I was going to use.
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Hey I have a question about the primochill reservoir. I just got the same one you have but the frosted one.

How did you get it installed. My Phanteks Enthoo Primo has a side reservoir bracket with screw holes, but the holes of the reservoir is slightly wider than the screw holes of the bracket. Enough that I couldn't put the 2nd screw on. Very annoying because I like the looks of the reservoir and thought the groundglass effect with the frost would look great with the UV coolant that I was going to use.

I have the d5 pump enabled res which comes with the preinstalled mounting brackets. I had to drill holes through my motherboard tray to mount it. I used the black templates, put them on my reservoir/mount assembly, then taped the two templates together. After that I positioned the templates (still taped together) against the motherboard in the area I would be fastening the res. I then traced the template holes with a pen or pencil and used a hand drill to drill the holes through the motherboard tray.
post #110 of 114
This might sound like a stupid question, but do you have an internal tube in the reservoir for pushing the water up the top to the radiator? Great job on the build.
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