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Alright thanks, sold out frozencpu, any other sites, besides performancepcs? Don't want to pay the florida sales tax =/, i'm cheap like that tongue.gif
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Alright thanks, sold out frozencpu, any other sites, besides performancepcs? Don't want to pay the florida sales tax =/, i'm cheap like that tongue.gif

I believe Phobya "G-Changer" are the same thumb.gif
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I believe Phobya "G-Changer" are the same thumb.gif

Ok, I will pick one of those then.
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It won't fit at the lowest slot due to the psu but the second to bottom will do. Gotta get the mb's front i/o connectors in first.


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Mmm, well, i want a 480mm Rad that will fit in the bottom slot with the PSU there as well =/, or what did you mean, couldn't tell from your pictures?

Also I'm at a loss as to what Sli connector to use for the cards, one is in pice slot 1 and the other pcie slot 4 of the RIVE.
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I posted this in the 350D thread, but I thought I'd share it in this thread as well.

This is not 100% complete yet. I'm still debating on whether or not I will paint part of the case. The cable routing has been cleaned up some since these pictures, but I'm still deciding on what fan/LED controller setup to go with.









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Mmm, well, i want a 480mm Rad that will fit in the bottom slot with the PSU there as well =/, or what did you mean, couldn't tell from your pictures?

Also I'm at a loss as to what Sli connector to use for the cards, one is in pice slot 1 and the other pcie slot 4 of the RIVE.

You can use the 3-way sli bridge Asus includes. It will work even with two cards. Or a single connector ribbon/hard bridge that's 90mm long. You can find them cheap on ebay.





Here's the ssd slot bracket in installed:




The last slot bracket was too close to the psu so it was just moved up one slot. Not really sturdy w/ the loose slit on the case and the single thumbscrew but it holds and a couple of ssd(s) are partly in weight. I like it! Its got an aluminum almost anodized finished and really blends in with the case. I would have done dual slots for the bracket since the mounting/braces are thicker then a single slot. Got that finished up and it doesn't even get in the way of the mb's connectors.

I'm installing a GTX 480 on the top and another one in the bottom chamber (left side). I have a GTX 360 that will go in the bottom chamber right in front of the psu. This is going to be a tight squeeze since the psu cables are very close. If it doesn't work out, I'll be buying a couple of Phobya rad brackets for the 360 and the 480. This can also solve the alignment issue I complained about for the bottom chamber (tongue.gif). A GTX 240 will go in the front. I should get my 240 and 360 in tomorrow. The 480s, looks like they'll be arriving next week. Waiting a long time for the 900D but I'm stilling waiting on parts redface.gif
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

You can use the 3-way sli bridge Asus includes. It will work even with two cards. Or a single connector ribbon/hard bridge that's 90mm long. You can find them cheap on ebay.





Here's the ssd slot bracket in installed:




The last slot bracket was too close to the psu so it was just moved up one slot. Not really sturdy w/ the loose slit on the case and the single thumbscrew but it holds and a couple of ssd(s) are partly in weight. I like it! Its got an aluminum almost anodized finished and really blends in with the case. I would have done dual slots for the bracket since the mounting/braces are thicker then a single slot. Got that finished up and it doesn't even get in the way of the mb's connectors.

I'm installing a GTX 480 on the top and another one in the bottom chamber (left side). I have a GTX 360 that will go in the bottom chamber right in front of the psu. This is going to be a tight squeeze since the psu cables are very close. If it doesn't work out, I'll be buying a couple of Phobya rad brackets for the 360 and the 480. This can also solve the alignment issue I complained about for the bottom chamber (tongue.gif). A GTX 240 will go in the front. I should get my 240 and 360 in tomorrow. The 480s, looks like they'll be arriving next week. Waiting a long time for the 900D but I'm stilling waiting on parts redface.gif

Alright thanks, will check measurements to see what else i need for the bot 480mm rad.

About Sli, i mean the connector for liquid cooling, sorry if I wasn't clear about it.

Still don't know what to use.

XSPC EX480 Quad 120mm Low Profile Split Fin Radiator any good or too weak?
Edited by Brianmz - 6/26/13 at 1:46pm
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Alright thanks, will check measurements to see what else i need for the bot 480mm rad.

About Sli, i mean the connector for liquid cooling, sorry if I wasn't clear about it.

Still don't know what to use.


Depends on which blocks do you have. You might just need some adjustable sli links:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_203_472&products_id=30754

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_341&products_id=34042

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_393_766&products_id=35775
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