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post #21 of 58
Can't wait to see your beast in full build bro thumb.gif
post #22 of 58
Red, black, orange sounds great to me.
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post #23 of 58
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Originally Posted by Pheozero View Post

Red, black, orange sounds great to me.

Hey thanks mate! Still torn thou! Red black Orange seems to be going the exotic route. While red grey black white seems to be a safer route! Cables are well expensive so don't want to mess it up and regret!

Still open to more suggestions!
post #24 of 58
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Originally Posted by Pheozero View Post

Red, black, orange sounds great to me.

I agree. having the grey looks really clean and stealth, but man would that orange pop! I would go that route but that's me wink.gif
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post #25 of 58
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Originally Posted by Saiyamoto View Post

I agree. having the grey looks really clean and stealth, but man would that orange pop! I would go that route but that's me wink.gif

Since I plan to run a dual loop one of the coolant would be orange can't decide on the other colour thou. Thinking white maybe to go with painted rads maybe ha

Edit:

Thinking about do it can't take the leap lol just too risky for me to go with orange red black.

Think I'll stick with grey red black ha.
Edited by kitg90 - 5/18/15 at 7:05pm
post #26 of 58
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Hey guys fans arrived today!

It's already 10pm here so won't start doing much tonight. My plan tomorrow is probably to start thinking about my loop! Will upload some pictures of the mobo inside the case and the res!
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post #27 of 58
There we go. Love it when the goodies start arriving and the place starts getting full of parts smile.gif
post #28 of 58
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Hey guys been a somewhat productive morning took out my 780ti from my current rig. Found some issues thou.

Unsure whether these spots are corrosion or nickel flaking.

Any suggestions?

post #29 of 58
Wow that does not look good. Sorry to see that mad.gif I think it looks like flaking but could be corrosion. What liquids where you using before in that loop?
I would go to the Ek section here and see if anyone can help on that. Post it to EK, becuase thats a bit of schwonke work in my opinion.
post #30 of 58
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Originally Posted by BazG View Post

Wow that does not look good. Sorry to see that mad.gif I think it looks like flaking but could be corrosion. What liquids where you using before in that loop?
I would go to the Ek section here and see if anyone can help on that. Post it to EK, becuase thats a bit of schwonke work in my opinion.

Posted it in the water cooling club took wermads advice. Opened it gave it a wipe with a micro fibre cloth. Stuff just wiped right off. Reckon it was the red pastel EK coolant residue. Thank god! Made some progress today will post some pics just heading out to dinner! Got a lot of the acrylic bends done on the front of the case. Quite chuffed with the turn out.

PETG really is easier to work with!
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