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Nah, it would just encourage him! Seriously though, I'd thought of that area to mount stuff then dismissed it as I hadn't noticed the gap under the optical drive. That's the crucial bit really as you can use bolts and still have a drive. I definitely copied the res placement however!
Maybe I should have mounted my second res next to my multioption too. Probably would have looked neater but man I have very little space left as it is now!
post #5182 of 23527
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Thanks mate. I think that one of the best places to mount the pumps in a HAF especially if theres 2. Looks sweet!

By the way, did you ever figure out where your rep came from?
Lol no, but guessing it was you?

...really want to start some more mods on my pc, im missing the enjoyment of it
(hopefully these holidays coming, "Blackout" should be black and not grey )
anyways, been busy with my new laptop haha ...computer counter = 2 LOL
post #5183 of 23527
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Lol no, but guessing it was you?

...really want to start some more mods on my pc, im missing the enjoyment of it
(hopefully these holidays coming, "Blackout" should be black and not grey )
anyways, been busy with my new laptop haha ...computer counter = 2 LOL
Yeah, it was me. Click 'User CP' to see your list of reputation received.

I know what you mean by missing the enjoyment of modding. I hate being finished April! I enjoyed her more before I finished.
post #5184 of 23527
Yeah it should close. There is enough room between the Drive rack and the door to park a Buick.

That's where I'm going to be stuffing my cathode converters. So it wouoldn't work for me, but it's a logical place to hide anything that has some depth to it and keep it away from excessive heat.

~Ceadder

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dont have a drive slot to mount hdd! solved, door closes too

 
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Yeah it should close. There is enough room between the Drive rack and the door to park a Buick.

That's where I'm going to be stuffing my cathode converters. So it wouoldn't work for me, but it's a logical place to hide anything that has some depth to it and keep it away from excessive heat.

~Ceadder
yup, got the slimmest hdd enclosure I could find (on amazon, free shipping, cant pass it up!). it had ide to usb, , just took off the ide pcb, usb port, and a/c port, and ran sata connetions and looks good, added some padding sticky dots to quell some vibration. I got two pairs of cathodes, got some extension lines to hide the transformers somewhere, ha! changing my mobo, going w/ a tri-fire setup. IT NEVER ENDS!!!
Edited by wermad - 3/12/10 at 11:02pm
post #5186 of 23527
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Latest incarnation of the beast;



Whole point of this was to get a ThermoChill PA140.3 140mm triple into the roof; as usual this turned out to be the easy bit!
Question about your sli setup, are both fittings to run both block simultaneously or does it flow through one card first then to the second one? Im pending a crossfire setup and im afraid of back pressure if I run simultaneous, I have stubby barbs to just use tubing. tnx
post #5187 of 23527
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Originally Posted by FalloutBoy View Post
Added and welcome!



Thanks mate. I think that one of the best places to mount the pumps in a HAF especially if theres 2. Looks sweet!

By the way, did you ever figure out where your rep came from?
Thanks for the Add. I had to change the color of HAF 932 so people know that mine is the Red LED.

Don't take my quote wrong. I love my case. Just disenfranchised with CM Customer Support. It's taken way too long to get an I/O panel. I've owned my case for over a month and other than finding out my Power LED was DOA and sending part request my case is in pieces and not being used to frag AI bots, research school projects or just uploading my tunes to iTunes player.

On top of that they were stingy about my LED fans. My bro has 3 blue fans. I got a lousy ONE fan and it's up front. Sorry if I'm repeating myself. Just giving everyone the derty details.

~Ceadder
 
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post #5188 of 23527
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Question about your sli setup, are both fittings to run both block simultaneously or does it flow through one card first then to the second one? Im pending a crossfire setup and im afraid of back pressure if I run simultaneous, I have stubby barbs to just use tubing. tnx
The former, it's a sort of parallel loop. Instead of using "Y" connectors to split the input and join the output this method has the coolant entering the top barb and it should flow into block 1 and at the same time into block 2 via the connector. The flows then join up via connector 2 and on to the res. Works very well; I had a 5C difference using series and 1C with this method. I don't know about the back-pressure thing, I do know that you should use blocks with equal restriction.

(I like the warranty sticker btw.)
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Right on. Not too sure about water cooling so I'm going to stick with stock cooling features(for now) so I can get Veritas up and running 1st. I'm hoping that Zotac can take a hint and bring the GT240 card up to spec and get it to allow SLI.

Can you imagine 4k Effective Core Memory x2???

Basically everything listed in my Veritas listing is going to be there. Going to double my 4k of RAM(2 for now due to XP 32bit OS) looking at possibly going RAID 10 as well as running a nice fan controller and ANTEC Media Controller with Remote replacing fans I shouldn't have to replace since CM Chinsed us Red LED owners, and running UV caths x3(12")x2(4") and x3 Reds one for up front the other two in back.

I've already sprayed the interior of it with Satin Black semigloss which comes dam close to stock CM pain color. And have pics on my Bros cameraphone to upload soon as his lazy ass can get over here and let me upload them to my borrowed system. Case Mobo and RAM are borrowed. The rest are mine. lol

Soon be fighting evil hordes I will, yes.

~Ceadder

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yup, got the slimmest hdd enclosure I could find (on amazon, free shipping, cant pass it up!). it had ide to usb, , just took off the ide pcb, usb port, and a/c port, and ran sata connetions and looks good, added some padding sticky dots to quell some vibration. I got two pairs of cathodes, got some extension lines to hide the transformers somewhere, ha! changing my mobo, going w/ a tri-fire setup. IT NEVER ENDS!!!
 
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Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Monsoon Economy Hardline fittings EK Dual DDC V2 top Swiftech Pump DDC-1T (2) Liquid Fusion V Double helix Reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silen... EK Supreme HF Classified EK Thermosphere GPU Block EK Thermosphere GPU Block 
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Win7 64 bit Ultimate OEM Asus VH222H Black HDMI Widescreen Logitech the OCZ went buhbye adios. Don't know ... Corsair CMPSU HX 850w Modular 
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post #5190 of 23527
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The former, it's a sort of parallel loop. Instead of using "Y" connectors to split the input and join the output this method has the coolant entering the top barb and it should flow into block 1 and at the same time into block 2 via the connector. The flows then join up via connector 2 and on to the res. Works very well; I had a 5C difference using series and 1C with this method. I don't know about the back-pressure thing, I do know that you should use blocks with equal restriction.

(I like the warranty sticker btw.)

+rep, thanks for the info, I got some stubby fittings to use for the bridge (mobo has a three slot span in between) w/ some tubing, the bridge fitting connectors look really nice, ne advantage to using these as oppose to tubing w/ stubby fittings (i suspect there is none but welcome your take, tnx )?
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