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Originally Posted by Wihglah View Post

CL are awesome - but then they had better be, an ST10 is 3 times the cost of a HAF Stacker!

For a ratio of price against any characteristic, the stacker wins.

Yay a brother! cheers.gif
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Originally Posted by Wihglah View Post

CL are awesome - but then they had better be, an ST10 is 3 times the cost of a HAF Stacker!

For a ratio of price against any characteristic, the stacker wins.

Or if you're really concerned with prices you can build a pc inside of a cardboard box! I actually seen this somewhere on here recently. Lol
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CL are awesome - but then they had better be, an ST10 is 3 times the cost of a HAF Stacker!

For a ratio of price against any characteristic, the stacker wins.
Except aesthetics.....
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post #67064 of 106735
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Originally Posted by Pimphare View Post

Or if you're really concerned with prices you can build a pc inside of a cardboard box! I actually seen this somewhere on here recently. Lol

not everyone has an infinite budget.
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Except aesthetics.....

Meh - if you say so.
post #67065 of 106735
Does this look like a good setup for custom water cooling?


Will be eventually buying a Corsair Carbide 540 case, Asus Maximus VI Impact mITX board, and Intel Core i7 4770K, and in the mean time, either a Corsair Hydro series H100i or Enermax Liqtech 240 (it has a superior CPU mounting system over the Corsair)

Oh, yeah, almost forgot about the fans, probably a couple of these fans Cougar CF-V14HB, 70CFM @ 19.2dB
Edited by Blackspots - 5/4/14 at 3:07pm
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Originally Posted by Wihglah View Post

not everyone has an infinite budget.

I understand. I was just pokin fun. I wish I had one of those budgets.
post #67067 of 106735
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Originally Posted by Blackspots View Post

Does this look like a good setup for custom water cooling?


Will be eventually buying a Corsair Carbide 540 case, Asus Maximus VI Impact mITX board, and Intel Core i7 4770K, and in the mean time, either a Corsair Hydro series H100i or Enermax Liqtech 240 (it has a superior CPU mounting system over the Corsair)

Oh, yeah, almost forgot about the fans, probably a couple of these fans Cougar CF-V14HB, 70CFM @ 19.2dB

Where are the fittings? I don't see barbs or compression fittings...
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Originally Posted by Scarlet-Tech View Post

Where are the fittings? I don't see barbs or compression fittings...

See the second item to the bottom? That's the compression fittings. The pages for the radiator, CPU block and reservoir have options for the barbs (look closer, I'm using 1/2" barbs). The pump already has barbs on it.
Edited by Blackspots - 5/4/14 at 3:21pm
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

OK, need some help. Which fittings look the best? (going into the top chamber of the case)
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Definitely number 3, where did you find that SLI Bridge though? That is nice. (or is it just a cover?)
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

Thanks folks, I was hoping to squeeze some white tube in there, but the space is just too damned small. Think I need a bigger case... biggrin.gif

I will take that one, because this is exactly what I wanted to do for my next build. i would also love to use 2 res X3 with multiport tops, and run all tubing in from the back side of the case, to hide any tube in or out, and then have them reappear to go into the pumps and immediately back into the case. I love how it looks so far. Can't wait to see the rest.

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Originally Posted by Kinaesthetic View Post

Easily option 3. Uniform diameter fitting blends in with the other fittings used. Overall a much cleaner look.

Agreed!
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This is my old school rig of 6 years.









Mobo: EVGA 780i modded for LGA771
RAM: Corsair Dominator 1066Mhz
CPU: Xeon X5470 @4.2GHz
GPU: EVGA 780 Ti @ Core: 1.4GHz MEM: 3.8GHz
PSU: Corsair 1100Watt
Black Extreme 3x120mm Radiator w/speed controlled fans
Case: Silver Stone TJ-06
Edited by Noxide400 - 5/4/14 at 3:57pm
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