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I don't like Cathodes, I don't think they do justice. Have you thought about getting something like this?
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I don't like Cathodes, I don't think they do justice. Have you thought about getting something like this?

Curious how you would install those without twist ties all over the place? I don't have any reservations on adding a nice source of brighter light, the tubes were easy to hook up and attach, which made my choice easy at the time, and they were dirt cheap, but I like options
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I approve of your "sitting on the floor in sweatpants" building technique. I have actually mastered this technique though so yeah k thanks.
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I approve of your "sitting on the floor in sweatpants" building technique. I have actually mastered this technique though so yeah k thanks.

smile.gif Well a desktop isn't really an option I prefer to sit, so the floor is the best place thumb.gif
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smile.gif Well a desktop isn't really an option I prefer to sit, so the floor is the best place thumb.gif

True. Sitting on the floor tinkering with Family Guy or South Park in the background. Just... well... just the best.
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Jan 10th updates just hooking up the loop lighting removing a Rad
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I was thinking of getting a hot swap bay and just keeping my drives in there instead of in the case itself. I'm the type of person who doesn't like opening up my PC simply because it's so big. It's a full tower. I have 2 HDDs and 2 SSDs though so I don't know if there's something out there for me.
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post #28 of 28
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Here is the sort of final project, but I will be adding the second card (lower one) to the water loop in a while

DSC_0176.jpg

Flash on, and found a little item I had to fix while viewing the picture...

DSC_0174.jpg.

Probably change in loop direction.

DSC_0173_1.jpg

I still have to add this unit to the D5 down below out of view of photo

threaded%20housing%20Koolance%20for%20D5%20pump.jpg

Anyways, the whole lower loop has to come apart when I get the patience for it. All the parts except one, a mounting plate 120mm adapter I ordered, but the new pump housing comes with its own mounts.We'll see which I use.
Edited by pmac - 1/22/15 at 10:03am
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