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Just finished opening up my viewing panel. Loving the new look. Planning on adding black acrylic to cover the drive bays and psu.

And if your wondering why there is red in my blue theme is cause I'm planning on changing it into a rog build by the end of the year.
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Just switched from the 750D which was a good case just still didn't have enough room for my liking, now the 900D on the other hand has plenty and I like it a lot.

Here are a few pics of my build.

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Let me know what you guys think, I'm having a bit of trouble finding waterblocks for my GPU's one is a EVGA GTX 770 4GB SC -7334 the other is a EVGA GTX 770 4GB-7335
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2 days no leaks so i thought id put up some better pics of my build. pics are from phone so sorry about glare

lights off

lights on

finally have a drain thumb.gifbiggrin.gif


stealth drive hotwired to front reset swich



had to use flash to get a good pic of the internal monitor mod but doing so lost the U.V. effect mad.gif to much glare for phone to handle.
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how much of a pain is the hardline tubing? been thinking about going that route,
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how much of a pain is the hardline tubing? been thinking about going that route,
it's not to bad. There is a bit of a learning curve. This was my first attempt at rigid tubing and I have quite a big pile of not so nice bends. The tube itself is cheap so buy extra to practice on. Seemed like the hardest part was getting the temp just right. Lots of guys on here to help you out though. I think the end result is worth the trouble
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it's not to bad. There is a bit of a learning curve. This was my first attempt at rigid tubing and I have quite a big pile of not so nice bends. The tube itself is cheap so buy extra to practice on. Seemed like the hardest part was getting the temp just right. Lots of guys on here to help you out though. I think the end result is worth the trouble

Yeah I am definitely thinking about giving it a shop, and by temps you mean figuring out the proper temp to bend at or you talking your cpu temps?
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Another Pic of my setup.

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Hello there.

I'm thinking about picking up a 750D and would like to get some feedback from people who already own the case before making my order.
Currently I have the Corsair Carbide 500R and honestly it's a great case, in terms of style, features and functionality. However, it's a mid-tower sized case and I'm now interested in getting a full-tower.
I plan to set up a custom water loop, which would have been possible in the 500R with some modding but native radiator support seems fantastic in the 750D so no modding required.
Generally I would like to know how easy the cable management is, how sturdy/rigid/solid the case is built, how well two 240 radiators will fit and how noisy the case is. Of course, a case by itself is not noisy, but my 500R for example, it has parts that just seem to shake, vibrate and resonate with the fans and create extra noise.

I would greatly appreciate any input and look forward to hearing what owners of the 750D have to say. Thanks in advance.
    
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Hello there.

I'm thinking about picking up a 750D and would like to get some feedback from people who already own the case before making my order.
Currently I have the Corsair Carbide 500R and honestly it's a great case, in terms of style, features and functionality. However, it's a mid-tower sized case and I'm now interested in getting a full-tower.
I plan to set up a custom water loop, which would have been possible in the 500R with some modding but native radiator support seems fantastic in the 750D so no modding required.
Generally I would like to know how easy the cable management is, how sturdy/rigid/solid the case is built, how well two 240 radiators will fit and how noisy the case is. Of course, a case by itself is not noisy, but my 500R for example, it has parts that just seem to shake, vibrate and resonate with the fans and create extra noise.

I would greatly appreciate any input and look forward to hearing what owners of the 750D have to say. Thanks in advance.

I owned a 750D for over a year and honesty the case is great, I am actually going to put my fiancé's rig into the 750D. When it comes to airflow the stock set up is great but if you want added airflow for the radiator you need the airflow edition. The reason that I went to the 900D was because the case didn't fulfill my needs when it comes to case space, but the 900D is insane.

Honestly the 750D is a awesome case the SSD mounts is cool, everything is awesome go ahead and get it but hey if you want to spend some extra cash and you have it, go for the 900D.
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