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I think I'd rather replace whatever is using that IDE cable regardless of the price than doing that.
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http://www.dangerden.com/store/dd-ti...tx280-260.html

These are the older GTX260 water blocks from Danger Den. In the features tab you'll see in bright red "Not compatible with 55nm GTX260 Series"... because these are for the 65nm series. I'm actually using the DD block GTX285 V2 for mine and it works fine.

EK Waterblocks also carries a 280/260 model full coverage water block for both the 65nm and 55nm series 260s. I've found a couple places that still stock them but you have to make sure you do in fact have the 65nm older series cards before dropping the cash on them
Thanks for the info!

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That looks hot man nice switch placement!
Thanks oliver. It's not too fancy of a switch, so I had to hide it somehow.

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Yeah this cable is aggravating and slow. Gotta go REAL slow with the exacto knife to not expose the wires!

I'll post a longer log in my thread later when I finish it but for now here's some intermediate shots:

Not to thread steal. Just an idea
I didn't mean to post those on my thread. I follow your build thread. I would just go buy some wire rather than try to use old IDE cables to make up the difference. Do you really still have a need for a floppy? The only times I've ever needed a floppy was working on other people's systems.
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I didn't mean to post those on my thread. I follow your build thread. I would just go buy some wire rather than try to use old IDE cables to make up the difference. Do you really still have a need for a floppy? The only times I've ever needed a floppy was working on other people's systems.
Well the only time I've used it was to update my RAID drivers but I have a floppy built into my card reader so I want the ability to use it even if not the need.
post #104 of 132
Hey man system looks great! And i think your cd rom drive stealthing is superior to mine. even if i can open it without having to hit eject in the OS.
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Hey man system looks great! And i think your cd rom drive stealthing is superior to mine. even if i can open it without having to hit eject in the OS.
Thanks G. I don't mind switching it that way really. The thing that bothers me is that I know it looks so rough on the back side of the face plate. I guess I need to do a quick bondo job to it so it doesn't bother me anymore.
post #106 of 132
It truly is an addiction...i just got mine where I "wanted" it (suitable to build and turn on to quench my thirst for some gaming. And now I can't stop thinking about all the tiny things I let "slide" and how i could fix them. Not to mention my video cards are producing some amount of noise that I am finding unacceptable. Sigh...modding is great but I can see this ending on the show Intervention in the near future.
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Looking pretty Aewsome Paraleyes, nice work with Fans and sleeving and the bottom switch placement!
    
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MY MB MOD IS IN THE FINALS! Please visit the following link and comment "paraleyes" to vote and help me win in this section of the voting process. This final part of the voting process is based on popularity, so I really do need your help.

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Looking pretty Aewsome Paraleyes, nice work with Fans and sleeving and the bottom switch placement!
Thanks!
post #109 of 132
Do that to my laptop!
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Very nice build!! +rep
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