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its been a damn wild-goose chase looking for xspc radiator screws, their site shows M4, purchased some, they're too thick , purchased M3, they're too thin , so went down to good old home depot w/ my rad and oem screws, found 6-32 screws fit nicely, I had a hunch all this time it was going to be sae screws rather than metric. wasted about $30 in useless screws, maybe they will come in handy w/ something else later on. just to warn about xspc rads and the screws if bought in the US. this build is making me
A good way to tell is if the original rad screws screw into a HDD they are /
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post #1712 of 107736
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A good way to tell is if the original rad screws screw into a HDD they are /
I tested the hex case screws (6-32 about 1/4") initially, with a little force they did go in though I was playing it safe going w/ what xspc has on their site, M4 and M3 screws arent easily found in hardware stores, found them @ amazon, $5 for 100pcs, i needed multiple lengths for my build, so had no choice.
post #1713 of 107736
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I tested the hex case screws (6-32 about 1/4") initially, with a little force they did go in though I was playing it safe going w/ what xspc has on their site, M4 and M3 screws arent easily found in hardware stores, found them @ amazon, $5 for 100pcs, i needed multiple lengths for my build, so had no choice.
hmm, yeah man you did what you had to do. That method has worked for me always though.
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post #1714 of 107736
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its been a damn wild-goose chase looking for xspc radiator screws, their site shows M4, purchased some, they're too thick , purchased M3, they're too thin , so went down to good old home depot w/ my rad and oem screws, found 6-32 screws fit nicely, I had a hunch all this time it was going to be sae screws rather than metric. wasted about $30 in useless screws, maybe they will come in handy w/ something else later on. just to warn about xspc rads and the screws if bought in the US. this build is making me
glad you did find some I gave up and tapped myn
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post #1715 of 107736
Well got my ek block but it was the wrong one , i was able to screw the block to the pcb, but the chipset block (black thingy) was not compatible, i got a sapphire and it has a different reference design (i wanted the acrylic/copper to match my ek 4870x2 block). with a little sanding block went on ok, i put the stock heat sink over the chipsets, I found the right heatsink from ek, but their shipping is outrageous , $100 us dollars for the most economical, might be a site error, as i was only charged $20 for shipping the block, i emailed them to double check if shipping was as stated for a $15 item. ne ways, got the anti kink on and clamps, changed the 24pin extension to an pre sleeved one (last pic). im tired, im turning in early







^^^ pre sleeved NZXT 24 pin 12" extension.
post #1716 of 107736
can we repost new setups?
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post #1717 of 107736
updated

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can we repost new setups?
of course. ;-)
post #1718 of 107736
Awesome.

Ditched the seperate drive bay reservoirs, mcp655 pumps, clear tubing and red uv coolant for an XSPC dual bay reservoir that you bolt two mcp355s to the bottom of, distilled water, and red tubing.



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post #1719 of 107736
Updated pic of the rig. I've got some MDPC sleeving and a Corsair 750HX on the way. Gonna sleeve it black and aquamarine blue.








post #1720 of 107736
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its been a damn wild-goose chase looking for xspc radiator screws, their site shows M4, purchased some, they're too thick , purchased M3, they're too thin , so went down to good old home depot w/ my rad and oem screws, found 6-32 screws fit nicely, I had a hunch all this time it was going to be sae screws rather than metric. wasted about $30 in useless screws, maybe they will come in handy w/ something else later on. just to warn about xspc rads and the screws if bought in the US. this build is making me
My Xspc 360 rad didn't have enough screws either and I also went to home depot but even though they fit they're a pain to screw in and even unscrew cause my screws were not the philips variety but the flat screwdriver kind thats a pain to match with the end of the screwdriver. Not only that seemed like the hole spacing on the xspc was slightly too tight for three fans. Anyone notice that too?
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