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i too had to hack up a corner of a 5 1/4 tray to make that extra clearance for my push / pull setup on my 140.3 rad. just enough space to still house my dual bay res for cpu loop, and single bay res for gpu loop.
post #462 of 3988
Like the v71, odd components don't sit flush. Don't mind too much tbh.
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Just finished a build with the Thermaltake Core X9! Specs below.
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post #464 of 3988
we need pics buddy... post em
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Finally had several hours to work on this computer build project, so here are a few updated "Work in progress" pics for you to see. Both loops are completed, filled and bled tongue.gif Lime UV Green is the cpu loop, blue is the crossfire 290's loop.

Still waiting for my 2 other fans to show up for push / pull setup on GPU loops rad on bottom floor of case, waiting for my LED lights for both bay res's to make the colors "POP" more.

I love the outcome so far. In all honesty i feel its coming out better then i thought. Nice amount of room to work with inside the case and after i wire up everything and do some cable management, should be nearly complete. Thanks guys and please let me know what you all think so far thumb.gif







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Originally Posted by newls1 View Post

Finally had several hours to work on this computer build project, so here are a few updated "Work in progress" pics for you to see. Both loops are completed, filled and bled tongue.gif Lime UV Green is the cpu loop, blue is the crossfire 290's loop.

Still waiting for my 2 other fans to show up for push / pull setup on GPU loops rad on bottom floor of case, waiting for my LED lights for both bay res's to make the colors "POP" more.

I love the outcome so far. In all honesty i feel its coming out better then i thought. Nice amount of room to work with inside the case and after i wire up everything and do some cable management, should be nearly complete. Thanks guys and please let me know what you all think so far thumb.gif]
I would have tried and clean up the loop a bit more, it seems that you have quite a lot of extra tubing in there.
post #467 of 3988
no, i think you might be looking at it wrong or from bad angles.... tubing if very short, hell between both loops i used about 7 feet of tubing.
post #468 of 3988
There's seems to be a bit of slack to allow for those bends. You could use a few more angled fittings to make the runs shorter. Albeit you may also need new tops for the pumps. These pumps are pretty beefy, one alone can handle your entire loop. I ran a single DDC through nine blocks and five rads. Using one will cleanup things even further. Pump(s) work best with the shortest possible plumbing.

G/l


-wermad
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there is 2 pumps cause there is 2 loops..
post #470 of 3988
Newegg has them w/ backorder. So I'm guessing you can order now and it will ship once they come in!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811133275&cm_re=thermaltake_x9-_-11-133-275-_-Product


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there is 2 pumps cause there is 2 loops..

Dual loops has no use other looks. Dual pumps in a single loop will give you the benefit of redundancy if you need it. You can take it or leave it, its just something that we can share with you if you're open to suggestions. I've got 20+ water builds, not ultra (or sponsored) perfect builds, but I've learned a lot.


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