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post #32941 of 105847
Agree as well, BP fittings are simple and timeless.
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MAN... Looking at some of these rigs... I hope one day i could get sponsored as well. my Stryker case would pose a pretty sweet cooling unit after a few mods are done...
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I5-3570K Asus Maximus V GENE Nvidia GTX 760 Asus 16 GB Patriot VIPER Red 
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240 GB PNY SSD 3TB Storage Drive 4TB External HDD Western Digitial XSPC Raystorm 
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Logitech MW3 850W HX Corsair PSU Prodigy M G500 
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Diablo 3 SteelSeries AC97 7.1 //HDMI 
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LappyII
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I5-3570K Asus Maximus V GENE Nvidia GTX 760 Asus 16 GB Patriot VIPER Red 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
240 GB PNY SSD 3TB Storage Drive 4TB External HDD Western Digitial XSPC Raystorm 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Corsair SP120 Corsair SP120 LED Windows 7 BenQ 27" HD LED 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech MW3 850W HX Corsair PSU Prodigy M G500 
Mouse PadAudio
Diablo 3 SteelSeries AC97 7.1 //HDMI 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
i7-3610QM 630M 8GB DDR3 120GB SSD 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
500GB USB 3 extension drive DVD writer Custom made cooler Windows 7 Ultimate 
MonitorAudio
15.3" HD LED BEATS audio. 
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post #32943 of 105847
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Originally Posted by ginger_nuts View Post

Agree as well, BP fittings are simple and timeless.

After using them in my build I would totally agree.
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here is my contribution guys, add me to the club

Hardware:
Intel i7 3770k
Asus Z77 Sabertooth Motherboard
16gb Corsair Dominator 1866mhz
Asus GTX 680 Direct CUii
Cooler Master Silent Gold 850W
2x Corsair Force GT 120gb SATA Solid State Drives

Cooling:
EK Supremacy CPU Waterblock
EK CoolStream RAD XTX 240
EK DCP 4.0 Pump
EK Multioption RES X2 150
EK PSC Fittings 10mm
Masterkleer 12 7/9 Tubing
PrimoChill Blood Red Coolant











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here is my contribution guys, add me to the club
Hardware:
Intel i7 3770k
Asus Z77 Sabertooth Motherboard
16gb Corsair Dominator 1866mhz
Asus GTX 680 Direct CUii
Cooler Master Silent Gold 850W
2x Corsair Force GT 120gb SATA Solid State Drives
Cooling:
EK Supremacy CPU Waterblock
EK CoolStream RAD XTX 240
EK DCP 4.0 Pump
EK Multioption RES X2 150
EK PSC Fittings 10mm
Masterkleer 12 7/9 Tubing
PrimoChill Blood Red Coolant
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Love it, very well done. especially the red accents. (that ram fits anything)

could you tell me if you lok outside the case from the window, how well do you see the CSQ of the water block?
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post #32946 of 105847
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Love it, very well done. especially the red accents. (that ram fits anything)
could you tell me if you lok outside the case from the window, how well do you see the CSQ of the water block?

thanks alot! you can see the block pretty well. we dont currently have any lights installed in the system, but the block has places for leds. ill post pics as soon as we get them in.

thanks again!
post #32947 of 105847
I'm gonna need to put some LED spot lights to bring my EK full nickel block in view.

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thanks alot! you can see the block pretty well. we dont currently have any lights installed in the system, but the block has places for leds. ill post pics as soon as we get them in.
thanks again!

what i meant is can you see the CSQ style of the block (the circles on the plexi) well from a distance (i.e. outside the case). because the block is pretty good but it's crop circles style would ruin the style i'm seeking if it's very noticeable.
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I'm gonna need to put some LED spot lights to bring my EK full nickel block in view.

does the CSQ ruin, fit or just unnoticeable?
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what i meant is can you see the CSQ style of the block (the circles on the plexi) well from a distance (i.e. outside the case). because the block is pretty good but it's crop circles style would ruin the style i'm seeking if it's very noticeable.
does the CSQ ruin, fit or just unnoticeable?

Personally when I look at it you can barely see the circles. Can you tell em easily on the mobo block? I think a CSQ GPU block/backplate would be something that would jump out a lot.
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Personally when I look at it you can barely see the circles. Can you tell em easily on the mobo block? I think a CSQ GPU block/backplate would be something that would jump out a lot.

at second look, it is barely noticeable on the MoBo block (a bit more on the chipset). and i guess that if you have colored coolant on the cpu block it is barely noticeable too right?

But the gpu block is a bit more than noticeable circles, especially with the backplate. (which is a bit sad since the plexi links are very beautiful)
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