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That's a nice "updated" stamp
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Added 1/2in tubing, a new Ek reservoir, some compression fittings.

Swapped out my 5870's for a 6970 for now and unsleeved my 24 because I know i could have done better on it.

Still need a bunch on stuff to finish it tho, its getting expensive.
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That's a nice "updated" stamp
haha, thank alancsalt for that :-)

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you need to right click on the photos and click the copy image location thing instead of using the URL. like this:



I will not add you to the list until you fix the links, let me know when you have done it
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Not quite sure if I'm allowed to be added without a fully-functional setup, but here are some more recent pictures of my build, I had to take it all apart to replace my MCW80 with the EK block as well as some other modder/ricer-type stuff.

As you can see my 140mmx3 radiator (with push-pull and shrouds on both sides and silicon vibration pads) absolutely dwarfs my little mini-itx test bench. All the barbs are 1/2" Bitspower and I'm going to be using 7/16 Masterkleer. The rez isn't mounted yet but it's a small EK x2 res-150 and because I enjoy my case too much to poke holes in it, I'll probably just end up zip-tying it to the back of the handle, just barely above the pump. I also have x4 4" cathodes (2 green, 2 uv) hidden underneath the mobo tray on each side connected to a rocker switch which fit beautifully unmodded in the left side of my case in one of the oval-slotted cable management holes. Dealing with all the cables was a huge pain considering how many and how large they were, but I think I did a pretty ok job.









Hope to post more later.
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Hope to post more later.
please do

I'll add you to the list when you have everything plumbed up
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Hi guys, I hope that you can help me.

After a failed try to add a freezer radiator to my system, I decide to buy a radiator, in my country are available the Swiftech MRC 320 and MCR 420-QP, but I can order from Siderwindercomputer, Frozen CPU (a little expensive IMO) and performance-PCS. I only want use the WC for my CPU for now, so, what do you think about the MRC 320 and MRC 420-QP? are they good? or what is the best radiator for me? Not too expensive, $70 max.

My components are:

1- EK Supreme HF Full Nickel
2- Swiftech MCP655-D
3- 2xBitspower compression fittings G 1/4 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD

Thanks for your help.
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Hi guys, I hope that you can help me.

After a failed try to add a freezer radiator to my system, I decide to buy a radiator, in my country are available the Swiftech MRC 320 and MCR 420-QP, but I can order from Siderwindercomputer, Frozen CPU (a little expensive IMO) and performance-PCS. I only want use the WC for my CPU for now, so, what do you think about the MRC 320 and MRC 420-QP? are they good? or what is the best radiator for me? Not too expensive, $70 max.

My components are:

1- EK Supreme HF Full Nickel
2- Swiftech MCP655-D
3- 2xBitspower compression fittings G 1/4 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD

Thanks for your help.
this is a pretty good rad.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27125

the RX360 is also very good.

XSPC rads are among the top rated rads out there, and they are priced very well.
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Hey guys, I've had my WC build up and running for about 5 months now. I originally posted some pictures when I first built the system, but they weren't very good pics. Today I set up shop and took some better pictures. Enjoy.











    
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