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post #21 of 66
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damn it that heatercore mounts like crap to my PC

im probably just gonna geta DD/swiftech dual 120mm rad
post #22 of 66
lol, all that work!!
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post #23 of 66
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yeah i know :-/ but i really screwed up both the heatercore and the shroud trying to mount it, like alot of the heatercore is all torn up , so ill just grab a regular dual 120 rad
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yeah i know :-/ but i really screwed up both the heatercore and the shroud trying to mount it, like alot of the heatercore is all torn up , so ill just grab a regular dual 120 rad
OBJECTION!!


u know what, ive gone this far already, im just gonna balls out and do it all custom

the heater core in painting
post #25 of 66
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assembling the rad, again

im also planning on buying the Via Aqua 1300 pump possibly for around $25 so hopefully that would be a good addition

post #26 of 66
Hot damn dude, that looks pretty good... maybe when I get tired of this tiny 120mm rad Ill upgrade to the bonnie core

Ive got the 900 as well so I am QUITE interested in how you plan to get that thing in or on there.
    
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post #27 of 66
Looks good and should work great to.....I'd use some clear silicone and use it between the shroud and fans to seal it up tight..You can always use a razor blade to slice between them if you wont to take it off for some reason...
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post #28 of 66
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it will mount very securely with huge zip ties ..let me draw a diagram

post #29 of 66
I like it ^.^b

Did you see the guy that shoved the 240mm rad internally underneath the 200mm fan in there? looked good, but the dual 120mm pana/sunon fans will push a LOT more air through the heatercore.
    
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post #30 of 66
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nice thats awesome, i havent seen that,

but yeah i got a really good deal on dual 100CFM panaflo fans so they should give some good performance, and they seem far quieter than the rated 35db maybe ~25db
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