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MCP655 with Bitspower V2 Top Plexi and Bitspower Mod Kit Matt Black
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Sleeved PCIe Cables for the dual GPUs
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Koolance RP450X2 with red coolant filled

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Bitspower Rotary T Joint with Drain Pipe

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Bottom View of the Whole Watercooling Setup
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Below are the pics before the full rig is up.


Casing Front View

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Casing Side View

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Casing Back View

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Casing 5.25 Inch Bays

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Koolance RP450 X2

Replace my NZXT LX Fan Controller with this sexy little beast


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Custom made Acrylic to hide the 5.25 Bays and hold a 140mm fan

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24pin ATX Sleeved Cables

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PSU Chamber and Mobo Chamber

Had custom made a pillar using a 5.25 cover as support


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EK XT240 Radiator Mounted

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EK XTX 360 Radiator Mounted

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Interior (Test Setup)
Installed the Sata Cover which hides the unglamorous cables from sight. Finally came in after ordering for 2 months. Below is the Test Setup of the Watercooling Loop which one of the 7970s with Blocks on installed.


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For all cables, I am using NZXT Sleeved Cables Extension and individually sleeved alternate cables to create the alt black and red cables. I used thin cable ties to keep the cables close to one another to maintain the clean and neat outlook.

Koolance QDC lead from Koolance RP450X2 to 2nd Pump below


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Swiftech MCP 655 with Bitspower Mod Kit and Bitspower V2 D5 Pump Top

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Using Feser Case Panel Fittings and Bitspower D Plug to allow fittings to join up in between the Mobo Chamber and PSU Chamber

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Pipeline of Fittings with Bitspower Flow Indicator

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XFX 7970 with EK Nickel Block, EK Backplate and EK 7970 I/O Plate


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Custom Spray PCI Slots

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post #4404 of 8657
some reviews said witch the Obsidian 800d model whit stock fans configuration the internal air cooling is too slow ( move too little air ), is it true ?

And with the Dust ............ is a great solution or tends to fill up of dust quickly like 650d ? Or is it particularly great to hold out the dirt ?
Requires many cleaner maintnance ?
post #4405 of 8657
We have a 650D here and it doesn't fill up with dust fast. The front 200mm intake has a dust filer. If any fan that is intake has a filter, then dust should not be a major problem. I also have a 600T, same basic configuration as the 600D, and it's also great with keeping the dust down. If you use a better fan controller so you can create positive pressure, and if you use dust filters on any intake fans, then dust should be no problem at all.

I don't know about the 800D though. There are sure a lot of them in this thread. I don't recall ever seeing a really dirty one, but there sure seem to be a ton of really nice ones.

Plus, how often do you clean your computer? I take mine out and clean them every 2-3 months, and there's no major dust issues.
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yes but if the front dust filter is dirty, the thing is much visible and annoying.
u can saw the case all black and central mesh whit gray halos tongue.gif
post #4407 of 8657
I haven't seen that problem on the 650D or the 600T we have here. Perhaps people with this problem should clean their computer a little more often.
A quick brush with a Swiffer or your vacuum cleaner will easily clean the front filter. In fact, if it ever does get really dirty, Corsair has made it easy to remove for easy cleaning.

Simplicity: Filter = Clean Interior. No Filter = Dusty Interior.

I would rather have a dirty filter than a dirty interior and dirty fans. It's much easier to clean a front filter than to clean all the fans.
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Obsidian 800d is only for liquid cooling ? if i want to use it whit air cooling is it not raccomended ? Specially whit stock fan configuration that many reviews said move too little air.
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

Obsidian 800d is only for liquid cooling ? if i want to use it whit air cooling is it not raccomended ? Specially whit stock fan configuration that many reviews said move too little air.
I would recommend gettting another case such as the 600T for Air cooling, but you can effectively air cool this rig. have bottom and rear intake, and top exhaust
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post #4410 of 8657
Loving my new case. I knew it was going to be big, but WOW! Going to go with liquid cooling as soon as I find a water block I like for the 670.
Kind of a rushed job as I havent had much free time lately.

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Edited by atwon23 - 7/16/12 at 8:40pm
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