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She could bring down my social level any time.



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post #6432 of 23525
Post no. 600 for me!

Paints looking great wermad!

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write me in the 922 club lol
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K, added. Also added Yagami__ as he asked via email.

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Originally Posted by xguntherc View Post
I might as well post this Now.

Right now, and tomorrow I'll be redoing my Water loop, cleaning it up and adding my eVGA GTX 480 to the loop. I've got a Nickel+Copper DD block that will be going on the 480 in about an hour or so. Then it's just re-running the tubing. and testing for leaks and then if it's a go I'll set her all up. Take photo's and show you all.

I don't consider myself knowledgeable at all with water-cooling. My first loop turned out somewhat decent and it was when the HAF first came out, so falloutboy and others used mine as an idea.. witch is an Honor seeing how well Fallout's April build looks. Mine wont be near as nice as that. but I'll try.

Pics will be coming soon. and here's just a teaser
http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/7025/dsc1909e.jpg
I still think your first loop is one of the cleanest loops I've ever seen. Nothing that stands out at you but just so elegent or something. Especially for a first loop!

Also thanks to Ceadderman who is doing up a complete painting guide for the HAF without pulling it apart. Very detailed so you can't go wrong. Heres Part one.
Edited by FalloutBoy - 5/5/10 at 7:18am
post #6433 of 23525
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Originally Posted by jmcmtank View Post
if they ever bring out the haf 932 deux with a nice black interior you know people will just paint it something else.......perhaps silver!:d
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won't matter someone like werm would just want to paint it another color inside.

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post #6434 of 23525
What degree rating is your irons tip? I have to pick up a new tip for the Weller but the only place that lists Weller tips only has 700o and 800o rated tips. I'm not keen on either I think that you can get them down to 400o but I'm not sure. I think between 500o-700o is where I want to be but I'd like a 1/16 straight tip to lessen the chances of blowing my swap. At least I have a spare panel to work with.

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used the can w/ a compressor spray gun, came out very grainy, thought it was my compressor, but checked the filters no change. i used some left over Behr paint on some sheet metal lying around, it come out nice, even the Rust-oleum primer came out fine, just the flat black was crap. Im very happy w/ Krylon, just sticking to spray as I dont really see a huge need for the spray gun ne more, too much hassle for small area to paint.

Tried the led swap on the i/o panel, crashed and burned, could have been my ill experience and novice soldering skills or the "ribbon" to remove soldering which didnt help much , time to put in an order for new io panel, might redo the top part to fit the shroud.

new pics

outside of left door


inside of left door


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Hey gang!! I don't come around too often because I'm all over the place really. I got a Haf kinda question though. I'm going to re-do my W/C loop so I've been trying to figure out the placement of the pump, an mcp-355.
I've got one of these mounts: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/unde3gunpubr.html
One of these res's: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekekspreac.html

So, I'm thinking if I put it flat on the floor in front of the PSU, I'll have to use a 45deg bend to go up to the rad, one of these: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bishsiduro45.html
So, trying to stay straight as possible I can mount it next to the mobo with the output going up, on the drive cage, also going up. Or, I can put it in the grill next to the pci slots: Attachment 154080

Do you think too much heat gets blown through there to put a pump there? I'd have to turn the rad around to do this but this is also the shortest route from rad to CPU.

The last, more extreme kind of thing would be to move my optical drives down, move the res up to the top and put the pump right above the hole next to the Ram. I already have all the parts so no use saying, go buy this thing.
Oh, here's a pic of my rig to give you an idea: Attachment 154081

Thanks for any and all opinions.

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What degree rating is your irons tip? I have to pick up a new tip for the Weller but the only place that lists Weller tips only has 700o and 800o rated tips. I'm not keen on either I think that you can get them down to 400o but I'm not sure. I think between 500o-700o is where I want to be but I'd like a 1/16 straight tip to lessen the chances of blowing my swap. At least I have a spare panel to work with.

~Ceadder
this is an inexpensive iron about 400°, i messed up the pcb and just called it quits then, i was able to get the led and housing off, but it was nothing like what the Touge guide described (im still too noob @ soldering i think). I can live w/ the blue led ne ways, the iron has been working great for splicing wires, which is awesome for getting rid of the extra connectors on the psu molex/sata harness' and splicing the fans into one connector (i have uv red splitters but im ditching them since they are actually pink/fusion )
post #6437 of 23525
Well if you have a decent de-soldering tool, you should liquify the solder and then remove it with the tool. I wish I could think of a better way to say it. Unfortunately gramps the Master Electrician is re-wiring God's house and my bro the other electrician type is at work right now.

However I'm going to put together a Vid tutorial once I get my MS LifeCam. That way I don't have to type as much.

~Ceadder

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this is an inexpensive iron about 400°, i messed up the pcb and just called it quits then, i was able to get the led and housing off, but it was nothing like what the Touge guide described (im still too noob @ soldering i think). I can live w/ the blue led ne ways, the iron has been working great for splicing wires, which is awesome for getting rid of the extra connectors on the psu molex/sata harness' and splicing the fans into one connector (i have uv red splitters but im ditching them since they are actually pink/fusion )
 
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Hey gang!! I don't come around too often because I'm all over the place really. I got a Haf kinda question though. I'm going to re-do my W/C loop so I've been trying to figure out the placement of the pump, an mcp-355.
I've got one of these mounts: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/unde3gunpubr.html
One of these res's: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekekspreac.html

So, I'm thinking if I put it flat on the floor in front of the PSU, I'll have to use a 45deg bend to go up to the rad, one of these: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bishsiduro45.html
So, trying to stay straight as possible I can mount it next to the mobo with the output going up, on the drive cage, also going up. Or, I can put it in the grill next to the pci slots: Attachment 154080

Do you think too much heat gets blown through there to put a pump there? I'd have to turn the rad around to do this but this is also the shortest route from rad to CPU.

The last, more extreme kind of thing would be to move my optical drives down, move the res up to the top and put the pump right above the hole next to the Ram. I already have all the parts so no use saying, go buy this thing.
Oh, here's a pic of my rig to give you an idea: Attachment 154081

Thanks for any and all opinions.
I think I'd mount it on the mobo tray, low down would give you less dramatic tube bending. You might get away with just screwing the pump itself to the tray, although using that mount you have will allow for a cooler pump and I take it it swivels?
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Hey guys,

I'm looking to replace the top and front 200mm fans on my 922. For those of you who have replaced the fans (and didn't have to do any modding to the case) which ones have you used? Are there any non-Cooler Master ones you'd suggest? I've seen some Cooler Master ones on FrozenCPU, but they're $19-$25 each.
Yep, they ain't gonna be cheap.
There's this one, if you want stronger flow: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27499

There's this one but it's the same rpm & cfm as the ones that come with the case: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=26620

I got this one to replace my red fan, don't believe the stats it's also 700rpm, 110cfm: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=25136 They used to have it in red too.
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I think I'd mount it on the mobo tray, low down would give you less dramatic tube bending. You might get away with just screwing the pump itself to the tray, although using that mount you have will allow for a cooler pump and I take it it swivels?
Yep, you have to loosen the nut but it turns any which way. I also have the pump top, so I can point that any way I need to to avoid bumping into things. This one: http://www.koolertek.com/computer-pa...5-224p2242.htm
I'm going to put white LED's in the holes so I can always be sure the impeller is spinning and not gunking up. Blue LED's in the back of the Res. Yeah, the mobo tray seems right because from there it's straight up to the rad. I was just hoping to not have to drill holes but I don't like the idea of using Swiftech's foam pad to stick it on.
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