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post #9551 of 23525
Or you can make one for yourself by buying some screen material and making one. That's what I did.
post #9552 of 23525
so I still have a few more things to do but pretty much finished the bottom radiator mod last night.

what do you guys think?

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I like the setup!

The rad at the bottom looks good. I wish there was more contrast on the color scheme to appreciate the details.

Regardless.... Good job!
    
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post #9554 of 23525
should i get the Haf X or the TJ07 for watercooling ?
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This is the set that a decent number of people use. They just stick on magnetically, pull off the same way, and are washable to my knowledge.
Arent magnet bad for computers, and electronics in general, rather it is strong or weak??
post #9556 of 23525
Those have some very weak magnets only to hold them in place, they won't cause any trouble unless you try to keep your harddrive dust-free from all sides with them.
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post #9557 of 23525
Yeah what he said... Besides you already have magnets inside of your computer. Most PSU manufactures use them to shield against EMD (Electro-Magnetic Distortion) That is caused by all of that power transferring through the cables. There are other examples too but the most prominent being the magnets from your PSU (Also all of your fans have magnets in them...)
post #9558 of 23525
This is where I am right now:

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post #9559 of 23525
Looks nice... Get some more hoses in there and get that puppy going lol.

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Originally Posted by TLCH723 View Post
Both parts. But i cant find them anywhere online.
Not even at CM store.

btw, beside the pantyhose method, wat is the best filter option??
I want something that is washable n easy to remove.
your best bet would be to start a thread in the "Wanted" section asking if anyone has a spare (Or one that they just aren't going to use) GPU Bracket and/or GPU Duct for the HAF X case. Also link the picture that you did to show me what you were talking about but circle each part separately and label them so that you come across a little more clearly that you did before.
Edited by lawrencendlw - 11/15/10 at 3:38am
post #9560 of 23525
Wow Fannblade, That looks great man. So when should I expect to receive shipment of it then? I think the price that we agreed on is more than fair (And when I said
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The price that "WE" agreed on
I mean the price that I agreed on which happens to be my favorite 4 letter "F" word.... FREE

You know that I am kidding of course man. Great work man now go relax, you deserve it for a job well done. Ok relaxing time is over. What do you have planned for your next project? Oh and did you happen to have any other left overs from this build (I.E. parts that you wouldn't mind to "Part" with (Pun intended lol)?


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Update:

All done. Finished it today. Here are couple pics. You can see more on my build log.
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