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post #191 of 2216
The GPU bracket holds up my EVGA GTX 980 Ti just fine, although I don't think it's really needed unless you put on a monster aftermarket cooler like an Arctic Accelero Extreme III.
post #192 of 2216
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The 420 Radiator will definitely fit, however you have to play around with the mounts...here's a quick pic, i'm still waiting on my pump and GPU block then i'll start the loop, i also used a mini ITX PSU so that it doesn't block much of the rad exhaust fans...you'll need to get a rad with multiport so you can have access to it, my rad has 7 ports and i can choose which ever depending on how i mount the pump.





And just about done with the whole set up, tidy up some cables and i'm clean up and it's done


can any one tell me what kind of fans that r being used they look nice
post #193 of 2216
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can any one tell me what kind of fans that r being used they look nice


The fans are Thermaltake RGB fans, the bottom ones are RIING 140s, top 3 and side are RIING 120s
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post #194 of 2216
Got my case yesterday and getting all my fans today!

I'm wondering what the best fan configuration would be. I was going to put 3 intake on the bottom, 3 intake on the top and one exhale on the back. I also have 2 reference 1070s. This should leave me enough positive pressure.

Sadly, I'm still waiting for my cablemod cables that I ordered Thursday, who knows when those will come in. frown.gif
post #195 of 2216
@smithydan Yeah, it's a nice touch. Doesn't interfere with the fans on the bottom of my 989 Ti Classified. Adjusts up and down. Comes with a sticker so that it can look shiny black.
  
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post #196 of 2216
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The GPU bracket holds up my EVGA GTX 980 Ti just fine, although I don't think it's really needed unless you put on a monster aftermarket cooler like an Arctic Accelero Extreme III.

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@smithydan Yeah, it's a nice touch. Doesn't interfere with the fans on the bottom of my 989 Ti Classified. Adjusts up and down. Comes with a sticker so that it can look shiny black.

Nice, thanks guys.
post #197 of 2216
I am thinking about putting 3 fans on the top but one slot seems to be taken up by my PSU. I know I can mount it on the inside but wouldn't it just blow air right into my PSU?

I have 3 intakes on the bottom, cooler intake on the back and I wanted to make the top 3 exhaust but the PSU seems to be in the way.
post #198 of 2216
@FXformat the Thermaltake RGB Riing fans i want to mount them on an AIO would my cpu be able to control the fan speed? im new to pc building and dont know much just want to give my new build a little flare
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post #199 of 2216
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@FXformat the Thermaltake RGB Riing fans i want to mount them on an AIO would my cpu be able to control the fan speed? im new to pc building and dont know much just want to give my new build a little flare


Yes it can, mine controls the speed through bios. I have an Asus gene viii
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This is my idea of a loop order for inwin 303 that is standing next to me. Im going to watercool it soon, so i thought i would share a thought with you for any tips and tricks.

forgot to mention, loop order is res, pump, cpu gpu, rad, res
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