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RAM: Corsair Dominator GT 2000mhz @2133mhz OC 2gb x 4 (8gb)
Graphics Cards: EVGA GTX 580 Superclocked Three way SLI
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Hard Disk Drive: 2TB Western Caviar Black 64mb cache x2 RAID 1
Casing: Corsair Obsidian 800D Full tower case
Optical Drive: Pioneer x16
Fan Controllers: NZXT LE and NZXT Sentry 2
Fans: 6 Thermaltake Thunderblade 2000RPM, 6 Yateloon 2200RPM for radiators.

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EK HF Supreme 360 CPU waterblock
EK Z68 Acetal + Nickle EN Motherboard Block
EK Coolstream 360 Radiators x2
EK Dominator Ram waterblock
EK FC 580 Videocard waterblock x3
EK GTX 580 Videocard plates x3
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Black Ice 120mm Radiator
High flex black tubings 3/8 5/8
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post #16433 of 105852
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The RX depends on the PSU. Look at my pics. I have the same case, and my RS barely barely fit. My PSU is longer.

This is true, though if your psu is mudular, then all the connectors will be spread out and a 160mm (6.3") long psu will have a tough time with any 240mm rad. Now, you can omit the bottom 240 rad mounting holes and push the rad a bit forward for about 10mm of space but there's the possibility of running into clearance issues with the front fan (especially the stock 140mm). What I have seen is the fans placed beneath the rad and that creates a gap to run your cables. My solution was to get a smaller psu. I found this decent GX750 from CM; I know its not the best or highest regarded 750w psu but it got decent reviews and so far I've had no issues. The biggest plus is its 5.5" length to clear the RX240. Lastly, since the stock bottom rad mounting holes position the bottom rad towards the side of the case, this leaves a gap on the right side of the case to route the fixed cables that are already positioned there as well on the psu. There's a few ways to get around clearance issues with a bottom rad and the psu. I even thought about adding a psu extender but that was a mod I wanted to avoid.
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@wermad Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I really like this build get more pics up when you get the lighting done thumb.gif

I suck at taking pics but I'll see what I can do in getting better pics. Btw, since the Mayhems deep purple dye is non uv reactive I'm skipping the uv lights. Mayhems does have a mixing method of its deep purple, plus uv pink and uv clearr/blue to make a uv purple but I don't want to deal with the hassle of installing the ccfls rolleyes.gif
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What case do u guys recommend
I wanna build a wc system might get a kit
What's the best kit out there ? I currently have the antec DF-85 case and was told that even the h100 rad doesn't fit.. Should I save up and make a custom loop with a bigger case?

Dunno who's blowing smoke up yer bum, but I just went to look at your Case on Newegg and you should have plenty of room for the Radiator of the H100. The top is kinda worrisome but 2x140? Something should be able to be done to mount the Radiator up top if you've a mind to do that and the 2x120 in the back seems like it should work w/o issue. Especially if you mount the fans to the case and the Radiator to the fans. Depending on your choice of Mainboard and where you install your peripheral cards at. I really don't see your case being so much of a problem you can't mount a 2x120mm Radiator. I could be wrong but the devil being in the details, I don't see it. mellowsmiley.gif

As far as kits go they all have their merits but I would definitely look at the Rasa or the Swiftec kits. with your 2x120 setup in back that's what I would look for get a reasonable 2x120 kit and go from there to start. wink.gif


~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
So to put the rad in the back do I need to take out the fans that are there and mount the rad
Sorry if I'm annoying Im just starting to learn to build a pc ...

Sorta. You will have to remove the fan screws but the H100 will come with screws long enough to mount the Rad with the fans in place. You just take out 3 of the screws from each fan to keep the fan in place and you secure them and then replace the fan screws with the screws for the H100 system. It's all rather pedestrian when you understand what you're up against really. The only thing you must figure out is if you want the fans set up to Intake or Exhaust and try to get the tubes for the Rad set to the bottom to trap any air in the system in the top of the Rad where it won't cycle back into the system since air rises in liquid. Being a sealed system it's a tad bit different than if you were to build your own loop. smile.gif

And no worries Mate questions are why we all do what we do in some capacity or other. wink.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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Wanted to post some better pics , heheh ~
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It's so neat. Nice work.

Being subscribed to this thread has inspired me to re-do mine in the near future. possibly when I get my replacement motherboard. Going to make the 240 rad fit down below, and install a better pump with a fill/drain line. Draining the loop at the moment is akin to brain surgery.
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This thread is the reason I started watercooling...
EK Supreme LTX block
EK XT360 rad
EK DCP 2.2 pump+reservoir combo
6x Nickel EK Compression Fittings
Masterkleer UV reactive white tubing
3x low noise 1650rpm 120mm fans
and thats about it
Here are some pics, still messing arround, i'll post some more pics when its all cleaned up.
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Apparently a 360 rad for a 1090t only is overkill... I love watercooling!
 
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The more I look at it I can't justify the $100 extra dollars for getting an 800D over the 650D. Like hotswappable bays are pretty cool but strictly from a water cooling point of view (without modding) it can only take a 360 and a 120/140 where the 650d can take a 240 and 140/180. So what's the difference between space for cable routing, tubing and an extra 120 of radiator? I really want to get a nice future proof case that I won't need to mod or paint.
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Love my 650D, but I modded the crap out of it. Had I of known I would have bought an M8 back then. The 800D with modding does a better job then the 650D. But if you don't like big cases, then go for it.

I managed to stuff a crapton of stuff in mine and it doesn't look too crowded (well yes in comparison to a Caselabs, but what doesn't?).
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Dude get a Full Coverage block(s) for that board and you can drop the four 120mm fans off the door and save your hearing. tongue.gif lol
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

thanks ceadder, this is a work in progress. i currently have 11 of those fans in my case and i can barely hear it. so the fan noise isnt a problem to me, but yes eventually i will be adding some more water blocks. probably when i purchase twin 560ti's.
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Do you even have any fans on the rads?

Yes, there are 3 fans up front between the case and the radiator.
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