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post #18871 of 28613
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Originally Posted by cigarbug View Post
The Green Bee...no wait the Green wasp, no that's not it.
LOL i figured alot of people might not like the green. but i like it and thats what really matters. Now that the scout is done. Once my WC setup gets here im going to mount it on the scout, then start painting/modding my lian-li v1200b.
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LOL i figured alot of people might not like the green. but i like it and thats what really matters. Now that the scout is done. Once my WC setup gets here im going to mount it on the scout, then start painting/modding my lian-li v1200b.
I do like it. Green LED's, A Hornet front fan cover...
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I do like it.
Thanks. Im waiting on my WC kit with 2 140mm green led yate loons and 2 120mm yate loons. Going to use the 140mm as front intake, top exhaust. then im going to use the 2 120mm yates for the 240mm rad. THEN, im going to use the 3 green led CM Sickelflows that fannblade sent me as side intakes and rear exhaust. Should provide some sick(pun intended) air flow and great temps for my gpu. Figured if i went green, i would really go green. Trying to find a local painter to paint my lian-li for me. going to go with a flat black interior with a metalic, high gloss, red or blue exterior. found a guy who said he would do it for $50+cost and emailed me some of the paintings he has done...will keep everyone apprised as to what happens and more photos when i install fans/parts/wc setup.
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Where's the family's rights? They don't have a right to decide who's shows up at the funeral services? This is bull's excrement!
They normally assemble outside the building where the service is held and show up at the cemetery. In a lot of places they are not allowed into the cemetery itself during the internment, but they assemble outside the gates or across the street. They've come to several internment services up here in Wisconsin and Minnesota were local VFW, American Legion, and other retired and even active service members on leave have assembled in full dress uniform to form a shield around the family members. In more than one occasion they have literally forced them to leave the premises. Local law enforcement has always sided with the family members and service members up in this part of the country. We take care of our own up here and don't let scum bags like that get away with their crap. Once you stand up to them they run like scared little puppies with their tails tucked between their legs and urine down their legs.

What disturbs me most is how the Supreme Court is so clueless. It makes me ashamed to admit to being an American. REAL Americans wouldn't stand for crap like that.
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CJ, Some advice

A 120 rad is fine. Its what im running. and is comareable to my h70. Its actualy about 2 or 3 degree cooler then my push/pull h70 setup was in fact. Probably due to a better rad then corsair's, and a better CPU block.

The 120mm rad you linked wont fit the back exhaust mount. At least mine didnt (I ordered the exact same one). The space between the metal flashing of the side door panel and the small bend of metal near the motherboard was too small by about 1 or 2mm. I could have probably modded my case to make it fit, but instead I just opted to get a slightly smaller rad that was less then 130mm wide. I ended up picking up a coolance one found here.

I also found that a thick rad like the one you linked, didnt fit well at the top of the case either. With my motherboard, the bridge heatsinks wouldnt allow it.

I was thinking about mounting it at the front, as it fit there fine. However, I choose to go with the res that fit in my 5 1/4 bays, so it didnt leave me with anywhere for my HDDs so i had to keep my HD cage and that wouldnt allow me to use the front intake for a rad spot.

As i said, i used the 5 1/4 bays for my Res and it works great. Keeps the res out of the way, keeps things nice and clean, and hose routing was easy. I used this one from XSPC

Works really well, and i like the fact its got the pump built in, its 1 less thing i had to find a spot for in the case.

Lastly, i went with 3/8ID tubing. I initialy tried the 1/2"ID tubing and just found it not only to be overkill on 1 cpu, but it was hard to work with and bend where i needed it to go. The 1 step down in tubing worked out really well for me.

Here is a pic of my setup, im sure you seen it before posted



If i can be of any more help let me know!
Very Nice Build.

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im in a panic. i cannot find my little bag of screws for my scout....im missing all the screws that i removed when i took my scout apart....CRAP!!! my case is almost back together and i cant find the screws!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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Great Pictures... I want to know where is the Yellow.. You need some HEMI yellow.
    
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Here is my last design I did change XIGMATEK fans, took Zalman ZM-F3 (Red light)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkNQAK-1Wag

Looks like night club Sorry for video quality - it was a photo cam.
That Front fan does look a little Disco. Very fun and Nice.

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Wheres my Storm Scout II?
Wait til the end of June and lets see then.

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Here are some pics. All back together besides a couple "missing" screws.
I Always have extra Screws. The build looks really cool.

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I do like it. Green LED's, A Hornet front fan cover...

No, He needs some Airborne stencil in yellow.. Or just a little yellow somewhere. The Green looks good. Very Vietnam.. Ultra-Cool.
    
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More good Water Cooled Scout Advice!

3/8 tubing is what I've been considering actually; I've read a lot a posts over on the WC Section here, that a lot seem to prefer the 3/8 on CPU only loops.

Also, great to know fact about that Rad with the Scout! That's why I have been considering a front bay mounting. I was concerned about the size of such a Rad on the rear, and I am of the strong opinion that when it comes to a Water Cooled Scout, the best place for the Rad is going to be in the front; seeing as the Scout is not truly designed for Water Cooling, that the front is going to be the best spot for drawing in the coolest air... least, thats just my opinion!

I remember seeing that picture of yours earlier in the thread, always thought it looked beautifully done!
You guy's ever look at the for sale threads? There is a guy selling MCP350 pumps DDC-1 $35 shipped - PP
I don't know that much about them but it seems that a lot of peeps are buying them.
http://www.overclock.net/cooling-pro...5-shipped.html

Edit: Sorry guys I did not read far enough too see you already found....took me 5 min to find and post
Edited by H969 - 3/3/11 at 7:52pm
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They normally assemble outside the building where the service is held and show up at the cemetery. In a lot of places they are not allowed into the cemetery itself during the internment, but they assemble outside the gates or across the street. They've come to several internment services up here in Wisconsin and Minnesota were local VFW, American Legion, and other retired and even active service members on leave have assembled in full dress uniform to form a shield around the family members. In more than one occasion they have literally forced them to leave the premises. Local law enforcement has always sided with the family members and service members in this up in this part of the country. We take care of our own up here and don't let scum bags like that get away with their crap. Once you stand up to them they run like scared little puppies with their tails tucked between their legs and urine down their legs.

What disturbs me most is how the Supreme Court is so clueless. It makes me ashamed to admit to being an American. REAL Americans wouldn't stand for crap like that.
I really like this thread and the people who contribute so I must withhold my endless rant on brain-washed clueless Koolaid drinkers posing as Americans and Christians.

The Constitution protects freedom of speech meaning you can't prosecute. That does not mean they can't be punished in other ways. I gotta stop here.

Funny how history repeats itself...

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And the Storm Scout is still the Topic today..
    
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