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I got a fix for you:

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whats total lenght of it?

its about 11inches and 1/4th of an inch

Oh and just saw that it could easily eat my paycheck with all other hardware i need biggrin.gif
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+1

I think you can overclock that cpu in theory till 5ghz @ 50 degrees or something lol.


Big thanks for the REP! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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post #35653 of 106092
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Do not want it anymore... its too long for my case a bit, i have maybe a 1 cm in each end of clearance

Edit: ok some bugs in writing skills is now spreading all over biggrin.gif

RS and EX should be slightly smaller. Swiftech, BI, AC, Alphacool, EK, etc. also make 240mm rads around the same length. How much space are your working with?
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you didn't have to apply a little force to get the rad in? (as illustrated here and a few minutes forward). because if you had no problem and the specs on the webz are correct then i could potentially fit there an Alphacool monsta 240 80mm thick rad. (do you think it's a good idea?)
love the scenario biggrin.gif (i'm sure it is familiar to many around here)

I believe the monsta 240 would be to long to vertically in the front depending on the what type of blind fittings you use on the bottom ports. You have to have a blind fitting for every unused port on the rad and that will add to the total length. So you would be looking at 279 mm + however think the head of the blank fittings are. I can double check my clearance measurement to be sure. I'm working off of memory since I didn't write it done. I would probably try to mount the monsta on the bottom if you don't have a modular power supply and you can squeeze the cables up nice and tight. Then you could mount the pump or pump/res combo on top of the rad using and a 120 mm adapter bracket. Several companies make them.

The rad that Tom was using as an example is an XSPC RX240. They are 286 mm long according to the spec sheet. That's why he had to bang it in there. The cool stream XT240 is a full 10 mm shorter. 10 mm is just shy of 1/2 inch more clearance and that makes a lot difference.
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RS and EX should be slightly smaller. Swiftech, BI, AC, Alphacool, EK, etc. also make 240mm rads around the same length. How much space are your working with?

290mm on top and 300mm in front

Edit: wrong measurements, all theese going when i make an aluminium version of my case, up for now i have only 270mm on top and 280mm in front, so my rad temporary gonna go to the outside of case biggrin.gif
Edited by mr one - 1/16/13 at 1:13pm
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This is my rig. I need some suggestions on a full water cooling loop before adding a 4th 6970.
Thanks


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post #35657 of 106092
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I believe the monsta 240 would be to long to vertically in the front depending on the what type of blind fittings you use on the bottom ports. You have to have a blind fitting for every unused port on the rad and that will add to the total length. So you would be looking at 279 mm + however think the head of the blank fittings are. I can double check my clearance measurement to be sure. I'm working off of memory since I didn't write it done. I would probably try to mount the monsta on the bottom if you don't have a modular power supply and you can squeeze the cables up nice and tight. Then you could mount the pump or pump/res combo on top of the rad using and a 120 mm adapter bracket. Several companies make them.

The rad that Tom was using as an example is an XSPC RX240. They are 286 mm long according to the spec sheet. That's why he had to bang it in there. The cool stream XT240 is a full 10 mm shorter. 10 mm is just shy of 1/2 inch more clearance and that makes a lot difference.

that's an important point on the G1/4 plugs that i haven't thought of. (+REP)

to mount the mosta in the bottom is possible but for the bottom i think the alphacool XT45 would be a better fit (and come to think of it, in the front it could be better too.) the high point of mounting a rad on the bottom is that it is possible then to mount a 120/140 rad in the front while having a 240 at the bottom. and as for the res / pump, it is possible to get one of those tube res with pump housing and use one of the vertical mounting to miunt it to the front 240 rad.

for me the front 240 would look a bit cleaner and better (plus not as tight) but the bottom 240 gives a little more option for rad real estate. (though if i mount a top 360 rad it won't matter too much)

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according to this a plug should be around 7mm (and the phobya ones look very similar to the alphacool ones) and i guess the g1/4 thread itself is at least half of it or even 5mm (if anyone know how long is a g1/4 it would be very helpful) so while it would be near impossible to fit a monsta there is still, some, hope.
Edited by RKTGX95 - 1/16/13 at 1:30pm
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post #35658 of 106092
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This is my rig. I need some suggestions on a full water cooling loop before adding a 4th 6970.
Thanks


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Keep an eye on used 6970 blocks. I saw a ton of them a few months ago going really cheap. That's one hot 6970 triple sandwich tongue.gif
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This is my rig. I need some suggestions on a full water cooling loop before adding a 4th 6970.
Thanks

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Nice build. Why not just sell all those and 2 GTX 680 4gbs?
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