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Here is a pic of the front of my case. You dont really need a resivoir, its just there to have extra water in the loop, which helps with load temps, well not really, it just takes all the longer for the extra water to reach max load...

And the 250mm fan is dead silent.



Thanks for all the comments guys! Keep them coming!

FYI, im on my buddies comp.
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The only bad thing I can see is your pushing hot case air through your rad...A rad-box has a baffle to keep that from happening..You might want to put a diverter on your PSU exhaust so your not sucking hot air from that to...
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post #23 of 39
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Originally Posted by ira-k View Post
The only bad thing I can see is your pulling the hot case air through your rad...A rad-box has a baffle in it to keep that from happening...
Actually i used some spacers between the case and the fan on the rad. Though the fan in the case is blowing right out back. But i also feel i have so much air moving through the case that it cant be much more than 2c above ambient. I may end up removing the rear 120mm in the near future...


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post #24 of 39
How did you get those 3 fans in the front of the case there?
Pic of the inside front?
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Yeah your case will only be 2 or 3C hotter if you have good air flow...But all those C's add up...
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post #26 of 39
Very nice and clean! Looks great!
post #27 of 39
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Here is a pic of the front of my case. You dont really need a resivoir, its just there to have extra water in the loop, which helps with load temps, well not really, it just takes all the longer for the extra water to reach max load...

And the 250mm fan is dead silent.



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How did you get those 3 fans in the front of the case there?
Pic of the inside front?
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post #29 of 39
where's your psu?
post #30 of 39
It's vertically placed at the top beside the pump.
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