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1 or 2 ?, yellow is psu with fan
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are their any other exhaust ports? with or w/o fans or rads on them?
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post #24532 of 105852
Glad I can finally post in here. Just finished my first WC build hours ago, and have it up and running. Still going through the test stages and don't even have the GPU back in but it works and so far no leaks!

Hosing it down (Click to show)



the first pic is when I was just setting up the hosing, and I pulled the GPU before leak testing. I will come back with more pics once it is all cleaned up and everything is how I want it.

It is all in a NZXT Switch 810 and I was able to fit 250 FrozenQ reservoir in there without much trouble
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post #24533 of 105852
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Originally Posted by xRehab View Post

Glad I can finally post in here. Just finished my first WC build hours ago, and have it up and running. Still going through the test stages and don't even have the GPU back in but it works and so far no leaks! Hosing it down (Click to show)


the first pic is when I was just setting up the hosing, and I pulled the GPU before leak testing. I will come back with more pics once it is all cleaned up and everything is how I want it.
It is all in a NZXT Switch 810 and I was able to fit 250 FrozenQ reservoir in there without much trouble

Congrats on the build and welcome to the club smile.gif
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post #24534 of 105852
Paradox up and running...finally!
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Big thank you to Dohn over at Xigmatek for sending me a new side panel free of charge! No longer will a scratch the size of a pencil be seen!

All EK blocks, Bitspower fittings, XSPC RX240 and dual bay res+pump, Black Ice GTX Extreme 360, 10 AP-15s, X850 from Seasonic, G. Skill Tridents,and an Elysium to stuff it all in!
Edited by Shogon - 7/20/12 at 8:23pm
post #24535 of 105852
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Originally Posted by xRehab View Post

Glad I can finally post in here. Just finished my first WC build hours ago, and have it up and running. Still going through the test stages and don't even have the GPU back in but it works and so far no leaks! Hosing it down (Click to show)


the first pic is when I was just setting up the hosing, and I pulled the GPU before leak testing. I will come back with more pics once it is all cleaned up and everything is how I want it.
It is all in a NZXT Switch 810 and I was able to fit 250 FrozenQ reservoir in there without much trouble

Very nice looking thumb.gif I am planning on going with a green colored theme myself within the next month or 2. What tubing are you using? I'm planning on going with primochill but I have been hearing a lot of bad things lately about it lately.
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Very nice looking thumb.gif I am planning on going with a green colored theme myself within the next month or 2. What tubing are you using? I'm planning on going with primochill but I have been hearing a lot of bad things lately about it lately.
Thats the primochill UV green in there, I love it. Amazing bend radius and feels very strong and durable.

If you are going all green be ready to splurge on the gigabyte sniper boards, only ones I could find in green. Worth every penny tho:D
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post #24537 of 105852
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are their any other exhaust ports? with or w/o fans or rads on them?
No, only psu fan is exhaust port, and these red things are 120mm and 240mm rads with fans
post #24538 of 105852
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No, only psu fan is exhaust port, and these red things are 120mm and 240mm rads with fans

I may be wrong, but I am not sure the PSU is enough of a exhaust for that
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then number 1 drawing is better?
post #24540 of 105852
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then number 1 drawing is better?

It really depends on whether you want positive or negative air pressure...
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Computer chassis are typically equipped with many case fans, some are designed for exhaust and others for intake. When intake fans’ combined airflow is greater than exhaust, a positive pressure is created inside the chassis. Conversely, when the airflow is greater for exhaust than it is for intake, a negative pressure is created.

One keeps the dust out to a greater degree (positive) and one gives slightly better temps (negative). You also need to take the intake vs the exhaust CFMs (Cubic feet per minute (air flow)) into account for the fans. Every fan gives a different CFM, from my experience the PSU fan is not always easy to find the CFMs for

With positive air flow, the excess air will push out through any cracks in the case in addition to the available exhaust ports, while negative airflow will suck in air through those same cracks as well as dust and other partials.
Edited by DarkHayZe - 7/21/12 at 2:27am
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