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Bart man, that is beautiful. Do you have a drain port?
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Bart man, that is beautiful. Do you have a drain port?
Thanks man! As for the drain, not really. This loop is kinda crappy to drain, so I might have to reverse the flow. I thought I could just pop one of the bottom rad ports caps off to drain it, but that doesn't work too well. It drains the rad, but I still end up needing to drain the tube res separately. The tube that connects the rad to the tube res is for the waterfall effect in the tube, therefore the tube doesn't drain downward toward the rad like I had envisioned. Yet another noob mistake on my part. smile.gif
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I have been looking at this case for a few weeks, and now that the PCIe Riser Cable issue is being addressed, I think I will finally pull the trigger. thumb.gif
Looking forward to seeing what I can do with this case, have seen some great ideas on this thread so far.
    
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post #284 of 2961
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**ATTN Users with Core P5 using the Riser Cable**

We have a New Cable Design we just received. If you are experiencing issues with the cable please help to contact me directly and we will offer a free replacement.

Email: mike.fierheller@thermaltakeusa.com

Subject: Core P5 Riser Cable Replacement

What I need:
1. Motherboard Make/Model
2. GPU Make/Model
3. Your invoice/receipt
4. Brief description on the issues you are having
5. Your shipping address

Once I receive your email we will ship out the replacement cable to you, please follow up with me on how it is working out.

We will also include a pre-paid UPS return label for your original cable to be returned back for review.

Look forward to working with you all to get these concerns take care of.

Is there is an chance to get new pci riser in Poland ? Because I have the same issue as previous colleague frown.gif
post #285 of 2961
I recently have begun assembling my rig. I've got a large power supply and had to make a new port hole for cable management. I thought I'd share my pictures of what the EVGA SuperNOVA T2 1600W looks like installed with the new modded port hole. I had some spare corsair rubber hole thingies and they pretty much match up with the ones on the case, so I broke out the Dremel and there ya go!

Might help someone, I dunno.

I've been building PCs for about 20 years - a few of those for work. This will be my first time doing a PC with acrylic tubes. I'm going to use the Monsoon hardline chain gun connectors. They are a pain to work with but I dig the look judging from the SLI water bridge I made. I've got the bitspower 980Ti Strix blocks on the GPUs and I'm really enjoying this build.
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post #286 of 2961
For those that have this case how strong is the frame. I would like to dremel the area out behind the radiator mount area to accomodate a 560mm rad. Measurement wise it should fit perfectly, but i don't want the case to get weak on me.
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Why would you need to drill it out? Doesn't this support a 560 already?
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According to the specs it does not and i wouldn't think so judging by the pictures of a 480 on it.
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According to the specs it does not and i wouldn't think so judging by the pictures of a 480 on it.
Hmm, that's odd. The outer rail of fan mounting slits look like they'll fit 140mm fans just fine. I assumed that's what the extra slits were there for.
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post #290 of 2961
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Hmm, that's odd. The outer rail of fan mounting slits look like they'll fit 140mm fans just fine. I assumed that's what the extra slits were there for.

the 140 is not a issue the length is the issue. a 480mm covers the slots almost all of the way up. 560 is obviously 80 more mm i would need to extend into the frame of the case.
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