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post #61 of 70
Beautiful build as always Laine, photography just tops it off! was a great read!

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post #62 of 70
@Laine, what sort of metal is the inner black portion of the case? In order to fit the 92mm radiator, I think I may have to cut some of the metal parts off of the back vent.

Thanks!
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Amazing work Laine. Love it. What you plan for the back of the case in that space above the PSU?
Thank you! Not sure actually, there is not as much space back there as it appears to be, and most of it is occupied by cables from the I/O panel.

The system could benefit from another 120mm radiator but the rear compartment is not where I'd want to put it. Accessibility is pretty terrible as is.

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Beautiful build as always Laine, photography just tops it off! was a great read!
Thank you very much for reading it through! I'm glad you liked the photos too. :-)

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@Laine, what sort of metal is the inner black portion of the case? In order to fit the 92mm radiator, I think I may have to cut some of the metal parts off of the back vent.

Thanks!

The entire case is 100% aluminium, inside and out. You can easily work it over with just basic metal files. I found a nibbler tool being really helpful too, but the cuts do need cleaning up afterwards.
post #64 of 70

Gotta bookmark this. great job as usual Laine!

 
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The entire case is 100% aluminium, inside and out. You can easily work it over with just basic metal files. I found a nibbler tool being really helpful too, but the cuts do need cleaning up afterwards.

Thank you! smile.gif Your advice helped immensely.

And congrats again on this wonderful build! It is drool worthy.drool.gif
post #66 of 70
It amazes us just how creative some of our customers can be. Great job on the build Laine! You should be proud! In fact, if you are willing, we would love to share some of your photos through our Facebook account and maybe even our newsletter called In Win Insight.

In fact, if any of you are willing to share your experiences or photos, please message us on our Facebook page or private message us on Overclock. To subscribe to our monthly newsletter, please send us your name and email address through any method stated earlier.

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It amazes us just how creative some of our customers can be. Great job on the build Laine! You should be proud! In fact, if you are willing, we would love to share some of your photos through our Facebook account and maybe even our newsletter called In Win Insight.

In fact, if any of you are willing to share your experiences or photos, please message us on our Facebook page or private message me us Overclock. To subscribe to our monthly newsletter, please send us your name and email address through any method stated earlier.

Thanks again everyone!

Thank you very much, feel free to share it where ever you want!
post #68 of 70
Awesome build. Just interested in the led strip you put under that gpu bp. Does it have enough room? Does it get hot?
post #69 of 70
Sorry to necro - but I'm curious as to the height of the D5 + Aquatube combo? Could it fit in the 150-ish mm gap between the top of the case and the GPU backplate, mounting hardware aside?
post #70 of 70
I was looking for cool 901 watercooling builds and it seems I found the one to inspire me big time LOL, excellet work, I understant that is Zero Maintenance Tubing right? is that 1/2" ID?

thumbs up on the build!
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