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I'm pretty sure just one of those bad boys would suffice for me...if you get tired of having all three. (Just want to put that out there). biggrin.gif
Good work, looks awesome! thumb.gif

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OMG that is AWESOME.

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Not many cases would allow enough mb clearance for a top-mounted 360 monsta. With the fans, yet!
The front bay mounted 360 looks like it's made for it. Are those R4's on the front?
Excellent job!thumb.gif

yes, R4s green led. Im seriously thinking of getting some Corsair HP down the road.

I had to mod my fan controller to squeeze it between the hdd cage smile.gif
Edited by wermad - 10/17/12 at 8:52pm
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Can you use Ice Dragon NanoFluid 24/7 in your loop? I won't be using my computer 24/7 but is it safe to use as a coolant for regular usage, not just "show liquid"?

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This was dropped off today biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Also, it was applied a bit off....which is something that I was told happens quite a bit with Alphacool rads. I'm a little iffy using a blade to remove and correct the emblem (with a little heat from my heat gun) but I'll see what I can do smile.gif


Be very Careful .. I ripped mine trying the Same thing. Good Luck. thumb.gif
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EK-FB ASUS M5E in action.
2 and a half hours of Prime95 on 4threads (32nm Ci5 2500K) @ 5000MHz, 1.42Vcore. Hottest part of the PCB didn't exceed 40°C - measured with IR thermometer. thumb.gif


When will we (I) be able to buy your EK-FB ASUS M5E blocks? I've got the cash and am just waiting to pull the trigger!
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Be very Careful .. I ripped mine trying the Same thing. Good Luck. thumb.gif

It looks too fragile. Going to leave like that. Might just print an Alphacool logo and stick on there.
Edited by wermad - 10/18/12 at 12:00am
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Be very Careful .. I ripped mine trying the Same thing. Good Luck. thumb.gif

It looks too fragile. Going to leave like that. Might just print an Alphacool logo and stick on there.

Is it a metal or plastic decal? If it's metal you could take some wax paper tape it to the Rad with some frog tape on the fin side with the caps in place to hold water to keep the internals from being damaged and hold an iron to the decal that should warm up the glue enough for it to come away from the surface without destroying it.

Then mark out the exact spacing as level as you can and reapply it. You might have to use some contact cement or epoxy to put it back but if it's metal shouldn't even be an issue. thumb.gif

Now obviously I don't know, so this is just a suggestion based on logic if it is metal. If it's plastic, well there ya go. wink.gif

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Is it a metal or plastic decal? If it's metal you could take some wax paper tape it to the Rad with some frog tape on the fin side with the caps in place to hold water to keep the internals from being damaged and hold an iron to the decal that should warm up the glue enough for it to come away from the surface without destroying it.
Then mark out the exact spacing as level as you can and reapply it. You might have to use some contact cement or epoxy to put it back but if it's metal shouldn't even be an issue. thumb.gif
Now obviously I don't know, so this is just a suggestion based on logic if it is metal. If it's plastic, well there ya go. wink.gif
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If i remember right,its a metal foil with a vinyl overlay,the vinyl comes away quite well but the metal foil bonds to the rad and gets ripped away.
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My 240 monsta has one logo that's peeling, luckily it's on the "wrong" side.. I've seen the logo's for sale separately somewhere but can't find where atm rolleyes.gif
    
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Hi all,

Absolutely loving this thread - so much usefull information! Thanks....

Looking for a full cover water block for use on a ASUS ENGTX560 TI DCII TOP/2DI/1GD5 card.
I have found several universal waterblocks - but no luck finding full cover water blocks.

Any suggestions to where/if i can find a full cover water block?


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