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Hi guys , i finally got enough funds to do a Custom WC setup. Parts that will be WC-ed is an i5-2500K + Reference GTX 670 in a TJ08-E . These are the parts that i am able to come with and available from my Online Local Seller ( Malaysia ) . :-

Magicool Extreme 180mm x 35mm Slim Radiator (MC-RADI180) Price: $54.95

XSPC EX120 Price: $39.99

XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Clear Reservoir - w/ D5 Variant Pump Installed Price: $159.95

XSPC Razor nVidia GTX 670 Full Coverage VGA Block - Reference Design Price: $104.99

XSPC Razor nVidia GTX 670 Full Coverage VGA Backplate Price: $22.99

XSPC RayStorm High Performance Acetal CPU Liquid Cooling Block Price: $62.99

XSPC Premium tubing, 3/8" Clear

Mayhems Pastel Ice White

Lots of Black Enzotech rotary fittings (Compression)

Feel free to comment and suggest anything that is appropriate or things that i need to change. Thank you.

I haven't seen any performance comparisons (and i dont know if you could pick one up in Malaysia) but you could look into the alphacool xt45 180 rad. It's all copper so it'd cost more, and its thicker so it might be a tighter fit, but I'd bet itd give better performance
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Hi 8492 , thank you for your suggestion. I did came across the Alphacool 180 Rad when i was looking for 1 , but unfortunately , it is not available here. And even the Magicool rad availability is still unknown.
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Wow that thing is big, ultra big! Congrats. Be careful with those fingerprints though. wink.gif
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.............nawwww, that case looks like it was designed for air cooling tongue.gif

congrats man! looks like you could do a whole in that thing thumb.gif
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Congrats man, that's a monster case!

Thanks guys! smile.gif

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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

SR-2 you say?

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That case is a good score,you will need to mod it to look good tho......

Much like the XSPC cube i have lurking under me bench.


Yeah, possibly. Depends if I can find one at a good price (or get some sponsors for a build...biggrin.gif)

I've asked if it's a possibility to get credit of the value of the case instead of the case, as that'd be much more useful to me for doing an amazing build.

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I giggled when I read the spec

Right side panel: 1x Nova or SUPERNOVA mounting possibility, Nova Box also possible
Left side panel: 1x Nova or SUPERNOVA mounting possibility, Nova Box required, shroud 180mm or 200mm

man... you will go all out on the amount of rads in this case biggrin.gif

btw congratz

I know, it's insane! yessir.gif

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I believe what Fate intends for you to do with this case is to ship it to my address... I will ensure that it is very well taken care of! biggrin.gif

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what a beautiful blue

I thought that when I saw it, too. Looks amazing!
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Love the colour scheme! drool.gif

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I was thinking of painting a Sabertooth (the Armour cover thing on it) yellow/green last night if I did go ahead with my girlfriends new build in the way I want to, weird that you post it now. Looks great, certainly different!
    
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Ugh so I'm replacing my XSPC Rasa kit Res/Pump combo very soon and want to use a MCP655 pump. Which one do I need to get? I notice there are quite a few out there now.
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Ugh so I'm replacing my XSPC Rasa kit Res/Pump combo very soon and want to use a MCP655 pump. Which one do I need to get? I notice there are quite a few out there now.


They are all the made by Laing,there are 4 variants,the standard unit which runs at speed 4 and is fixed,the Vario which can run upto setting 5 and has inbuilt speed controller,the D5 strong which is more for us 24v guys and the PWM version by swiftech.

The Vario is the most common one chosen as the jump in performance from setting 4 to setting 5 is quite large.
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Mounted my Aquacomp gpu block yesterday, and if anything it has showed me how it need to switch to a black and red theme for my build. I'm a Chelsea fan, but I might have to kick it with united for this build at least. Smdh. Thanks




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Getting there....

Pump tops and midplate in.
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They are all the made by Laing,there are 4 variants,the standard unit which runs at speed 4 and is fixed,the Vario which can run upto setting 5 and has inbuilt speed controller,the D5 strong which is more for us 24v guys and the PWM version by swiftech.

The Vario is the most common one chosen as the jump in performance from setting 4 to setting 5 is quite large.

One more, the Aquacomputer D5 that can be controlled from usb or Aquabus
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B Negative said
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They are all the made by Laing,there are 4 variants,the standard unit which runs at speed 4 and is fixed,the Vario which can run upto setting 5

I'm into heavy metal. Can you get one which goes up to 11 ? band.gif
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They are all the made by Laing,there are 4 variants,the standard unit which runs at speed 4 and is fixed,the Vario which can run upto setting 5 and has inbuilt speed controller,the D5 strong which is more for us 24v guys and the PWM version by swiftech.

The Vario is the most common one chosen as the jump in performance from setting 4 to setting 5 is quite large.

One more, the Aquacomputer D5 that can be controlled from usb or Aquabus

Very true,however its the same as a standard unit i think,unless you have a AQ or a controller you cant control the speed.



No red dial on the back....mad.gif
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B Negative said
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They are all the made by Laing,there are 4 variants,the standard unit which runs at speed 4 and is fixed,the Vario which can run upto setting 5

I'm into heavy metal. Can you get one which goes up to 11 ? band.gif

Sure.

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