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PLEASE erase your quote of the first post....wow...
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post #4672 of 23525
Today I decided to take my loop apart and put my rad outside, here's what it looks like right now, just bleeding it.

Please ignore the mess, I have all my parts all over the place as I bought a new seasonic x-750 psu and have all my old tubing on the floor etc

I'm looking forward to see if if there is any difference in my temps





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post #4673 of 23525
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Trust me! We learn from such things. Good luck!



Thanks and it was only a few months ago we were PM'ing each other. I still remember alot of what you said and some of it helped me build April the way she is. Its funny that 5-6 months ago I knew nothing about modding or sleeving and less about painting. Its also funny as this thread was what brought me to OCN, literally!

Still unsure about the cutout but what I would like to know now is how do I paint the HAF letters red?
At least i can say it wasnt all my fault lol i gave them the correct measurements just they cut it up to the wrong measurements and yes a once in a lifetime mistake LOL... picking it up today after school may have order to much this time oh well im sure i can find many uses for it
post #4674 of 23525
Anyone got any ideas where I could route fan cables from outside to inside the case.

I want to mount two fans on top of my rad but I don't want to drill holes in my case.

Anyone got any ideas?

Thanks
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post #4675 of 23525
you could possibly do it through the vent holes on the back of the panel thing that sits up top of the case
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you could possibly do it through the vent holes on the back of the panel thing that sits up top of the case
You mean where the power button, fill port etc is found the rear of that?

Yeah I'll try and feed the cables through that.

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Originally Posted by its my first time View Post
You mean where the power button, fill port etc is found the rear of that?

Yeah I'll try and feed the cables through that.

Thanks
yeah. it'll be a tight fit, but if it works, that would be perfect
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post #4678 of 23525
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Originally Posted by MeeksMan13 View Post
yeah. it'll be a tight fit, but if it works, that would be perfect
Yeah it works.

The cables fit through the vent and I've got them going down the hole where the power cable, reset etc go.

Just had to unscrew the top part so I could feed the wires through into the case.

Now just need to decide whether I should push down through the rad or pull air up away from the rad

Oh and positive rep given thanks
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post #4679 of 23525
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Originally Posted by its my first time View Post
Yeah it works.

The cables fit through the vent and I've got them going down the hole where the power cable, reset etc go.

Just had to unscrew the top part so I could feed the wires through into the case.

Now just need to decide whether I should push down through the rad or pull air up away from the rad

Oh and positive rep given thanks
good deal man, glad to hear it worked
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post #4680 of 23525
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Originally Posted by AWadd618 View Post
May I be added? I have a 922.
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Originally Posted by MeeksMan13 View Post
why'd you quote the first post lol

and fallout, can you update the link on my name to this
Done and done. AWadd, don't forget to add the club sig tag found on the first page and welcome.

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Originally Posted by FEAR. View Post
At least i can say it wasnt all my fault lol i gave them the correct measurements just they cut it up to the wrong measurements and yes a once in a lifetime mistake LOL... picking it up today after school may have order to much this time oh well im sure i can find many uses for it
In 5 yrs that offcut will be looking pretty good.
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