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i <3 the haf 932!!!
    
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Sweet. I don't know if I would have room for something that long, though I could mount it on the outside of the 932 which would cut leakage damage exponentially.

I do plan to get a 5.25 XSPC Res also but seeing that I could put my fill port in the back and away from my bays. I was just going to fill the 5.25 Res by leaving it unlocked and sliding it to fill. Can't wait to see yours set up.

~Ceadder

well if it fits my monster case and i have the 5970 video in my case i cant see why you cant do it also you dont want a bay resiviour reason being the square ones leak because of seems the round one's dont =] and this res holy crap it flows its a must have specialy when it has all the ports on the top and bottom i love it all the pressure from the liquid being on top really helps from my pump ever running dry

and we also have the same memory your clocks are way too low try this 6-6-6-18-24-1t and 1.8volts that ram is all for overclocking =] and i have mine running at 1600mhz
Edited by andrew149 - 5/19/10 at 7:53pm
    
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Most of what's in my sig is my planned build. I'm on a borrowed MoBo. But everything that's in my sig is in my cart waiting for my loan to get here. Including the dominators. But I'll keep that in mind.

So you like your AMD dominators? I'm not too keen on green but I can change the tops out to Red later. Though I wish Corsair would offer standard height in Red as well as the heavy duty set. But so long as they work I can live with green. Hell they won't hardly be noticed under the cooler anyway right.

My h2o aspirations will have to wait until either August or January depending on what I'm getting in August. I have to get a couple more 932s' and not sure how much I'll have to work with at that time.

The reason I'm not sure how much room I'll have is cause I plan to do some MAJOR reconstruction to the case and still retain one 5 rack for the HDDs'. Too bad my choice of MoBo only supports up to 7 SATA Drives. Before anyone asks the C4F does support 6 drives in Raid w/o a network card. I'm going to do one SSD(OS/MUSIC/Games) and 5 1TB HDDs' shortstroked.

Should keep up with any Intel system.

~Ceadder

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well if it fits my monster case and i have the 5970 video in my case i cant see why you cant do it also you dont want a bay resiviour reason being the square ones leak because of seems the round one's dont =] and this res holy crap it flows its a must have specialy when it has all the ports on the top and bottom i love it all the pressure from the liquid being on top really helps from my pump ever running dry

and we also have the same memory your clocks are way too low try this 6-6-6-18-24-1t and 1.8volts that ram is all for overclocking =] and i have mine running at 1600mhz
 
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you do know the 655 does as much work as 2 of those ocz 800's right?

(655 is actualy a 24volt pump and supplying more voltage increases the output by 50%)
oh yeah, ~317 g/h or 1200 l/h, not doubting the performance, just dont like its design again, and I do understand its well capable of more than these specs, though i dont plan of pulling water from a well, plus i hear its not a good idea to have to much flow or heat will not transfer to the liquid properly to cool. again, Im stressing the design is what put me off, I know there are those who swear by the 655 and must run it no matter what the wc setup is, if it works for you, nice. the ocz works for my setup and I dont have complaints (plus they run extremely quite w/ my new case, compared to old rig ).
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oh yeah, ~317 g/h or 1200 l/h, not doubting the performance, just dont like its design again, and I do understand its well capable of more than these specs, though i dont plan of pulling water from a well, plus i hear its not a good idea to have to much flow or heat will not transfer to the liquid properly to cool. again, Im stressing the design is what put me off, I know there are those who swear by the 655 and must run it no matter what the wc setup is, if it works for you, nice. the ocz works for my setup and I dont have complaints (plus they run extremely quite w/ my new case, compared to old rig ).
i agree with you expect for one thing this pump is dead silent i was expecting some noise from it but nothing at all besides a little buzz noise
    
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i agree with you expect for one thing this pump is dead silent i was expecting some noise from it but nothing at all besides a little buzz noise
same here, pumps are uber quiet, i thought they were dead, no power, or in low speed, but its was almost silent, i had to put my ear next to them to acutally hear them, very minute hum. probably my new setup,
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same here, pumps are uber quiet, i thought they were dead, no power, or in low speed, but its was almost silent, i had to put my ear next to them to acutally hear them, very minute hum. probably my new setup,
haha yeah i had to really listen to my pump i thought it wasnt working at all but then i see bubble's flying everywhere ha
    
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Sweet. I don't know if I would have room for something that long, though I could mount it on the outside of the 932 which would cut leakage damage exponentially.

I do plan to get a 5.25 XSPC Res also but seeing that I could put my fill port in the back and away from my bays. I was just going to fill the 5.25 Res by leaving it unlocked and sliding it to fill. Can't wait to see yours set up.

~Ceadder
Which XSPC res? Because I just took out this one:

The one on the right, and replaced it with the one on the left, an EK spin res. Now I can hear the gentle sound of water trickling down the front of the res, so peacefull, lets me know my system is working, CPU is nice and cool but I find I have the urge to pee a lot more.

Oh, that's not a great view, it's this one:
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add me add me, just got my HAF 922 delievered today. Gotta say, very impressed with the case. Lots of room inside. I have not put anything into the case as i am waiting for all my parts to get here before i start putting stuff inside.
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Same here DQ... showed up yesterday and I'm already impressed.

Last time I built a PC from scratch you had to worry about IRQ and DMA settings for each piece and the cases were impossible to deal with. This beauty helps my confidence level. Hey... so far not a thing has gone wrong.

By all means add me to the 922 list. Thanks!
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Actually this is the one I'm looking at.



I like that it has a gauge to let me know when it's getting low. It's also nice as a passive warning indicator, in case I spring a leak someplace.

I'm thinking of just running distilled water, so I've got to replace the LED in that kit with a Red one.

*Edit* I just realized that I'm going to be changing it to the one you just pulled. lol *ediT*

~Ceadder

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Which XSPC res? Because I just took out this one:

The one on the right, and replaced it with the one on the left, an EK spin res. Now I can hear the gentle sound of water trickling down the front of the res, so peacefull, lets me know my system is working, CPU is nice and cool but I find I have the urge to pee a lot more.

Oh, that's not a great view, it's this one:

Edited by Ceadderman - 5/20/10 at 12:02am
 
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