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post #21 of 79
Awesome build log, very subbed!

FYI - I've seen an aquero 6 run 64 fans at 3,000 rpms so you have nothing to worry about in terms of running them all. FWIW, I run 7 Noctua 120mm PWMs off one of those 8-way splitters and they're whisper quiet up until about 1,000 rpms and no ticking noise when I run them at 200rpms.
 
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post #22 of 79
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First 480 Monsta on board. Not without unplanned issues; because of multiport, the rad wouldn't sit flush on top/bottom panel - blanking plug sticks out so the only way to mount the rad is to drill holes for them plugs. If mounted on fans there's no problem but direct case/ panel mount is somehow complicated.









Finished sleeving cables, Alphacord is a bit more difficult to work with than regular "plastic" sleeving but worth extra time spent IMO.
post #23 of 79
Says that "thread won't be full of awesome professional pictures" but it is thinking.gifthinking.gifthinking.gif

Great work. Subbed.
post #24 of 79
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Says that "thread won't be full of awesome professional pictures" but it is thinking.gifthinking.gifthinking.gif

Great work. Subbed.

This x10000

 

Thread is great op!

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post #25 of 79
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Got the second rad installed today, I'm pretty happy with how they fill the case in.










few close ups on cables:








and assembled eLoops. not sure if I like original blades, they are too shiny and that white looks very "artificial"


post #26 of 79
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First 480 Monsta on board. Not without unplanned issues; because of multiport, the rad wouldn't sit flush on top/bottom panel - blanking plug sticks out so the only way to mount the rad is to drill holes for them plugs. If mounted on fans there's no problem but direct case/ panel mount is somehow complicated.









Finished sleeving cables, Alphacord is a bit more difficult to work with than regular "plastic" sleeving but worth extra time spent IMO.

Love this spacious build ~ Even the 360mm radiator will be 60mm thick? It's bit challenging to fit in the tubing's~
post #27 of 79
Good lord.. this thing is beautiful thumb.gif subbed
post #28 of 79
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Originally Posted by alienalvan View Post

Love this spacious build ~ Even the 360mm radiator will be 60mm thick? It's bit challenging to fit in the tubing's~

no 360 rad, two 480s are more than enough. there will be 3 case fans on the front to supply both rads with air.
post #29 of 79
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no 360 rad, two 480s are more than enough. there will be 3 case fans on the front to supply both rads with air.

Well that make more sense since you've 2 60mm thick 480mm radiators~
But will it be powerful enough for those 3 fan to pull the air all the way until the end of the rig?
Since i don't see any holes behind the other end of the case.
post #30 of 79
Looking good, can't wait to see more. thumb.gif
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