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Lol Kevin just wants pictures he doesn't demand anything.
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looks solid, quite clean too! I would get the koolance bracket to mount ur rad on the back instead of holding it up with boxes tho. I'm sure you have a plan for that tho
Im planning on mounting my GPU rad at the back but not sure which tools to use. Thanks for the link!
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Tcass - very nice. I like how you setup your pump on its side.

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Nice rig dude, but you need to fill out what watercooling gear is in if you want to be in the club.
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Since when? All you need are pictures
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how can you not tell what's used?
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But... That could be any brand of tubing for all we know!!
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Hey man, I am only trying to help the dude. Kevin demands a list of water cooling hardware if one is to be accepted in the club...
So much for trying to help.
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Lol Kevin just wants pictures he doesn't demand anything.
Hi.. Guys...sorry, but i dont speak english...

I use google translator...

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CORE i7 950@4,2GHz/WC EK BLOCKS-XSPC-SWIFTECH-BLACK ICE® SR1 360 RADIATOR/RAMPAGE III EXTREME X58/CORSAIR DOMINATOR 1600MHz 6GB C7/EVGA GTX 260 SC 216P-55NM
WD VELOCIRAPTOR 150GB/3 SEAGATE 2 X 500 GB 32MB/1 T 32MB
G19/MX-REVOLUTION/RAZER DESTRUCTOR/Z 5500/SAMSUNG P2470HN/ENERMAX EVO 1250W/SLEEVED/COSMOS S

My setup WC:

cpu: EK-Supreme HF Nickel/Plexi + Mounting plate Supreme HF Intel - Nickel

mobo: EK-FB RE3 - Asus Rampage III Extreme - Nickel/Plexi

fittings: Bitspower 7/6-5/8 (Bitspower G 1/4" Black Sparkle Rotary 45 Degree IG 1/4" Adapter + Bitspower G 1/4" Black Sparkle Rotary 90 Degree IG 1/4" Adapter + Bitspower Premium G1/4" Black Sparkle High Flow 7/16" ID (5/8" OD) Compression Fitting)

pump: Swiftech MCP355â„¢ 12 VDC Pump + XSPC Clear Acrylic Top

radiator:Black Ice® SR1 360 Radiator

tubing: Tygon 3603 7/16" ID (5/8" OD) Clear Tubing

Fluid: Feser One F1 Cooling Fluid - UV Red - 1 Liter + Mayhems Dye Candy Red 5ml

Reservoir: XSPC Bay Reservoir 5.25" - Aluminum Front -Black/Silver

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Few people knew I was going a little more green, well here's the latest, not complete but I'm happy with this stage.

The 24Pin sleeving will be sorted and cables such as fan and USB cables are still to be sleeved, when I've got time.

So here we are.










Photo's are resized, dont think many people want to be loading just over 23mb of images.

Anyone got an idea why the Lamptron FC6 fan controller doesnt want to fit in the front of my 700D correctly? As seen in the first and second photo, its sitting back in the case, although I'm using the only screw whole in the FC6 and on the 700D, my old Zalman fitted just fine.
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Anyone got an idea why the Lamptron FC6 fan controller doesnt want to fit in the front of my 700D correctly? As seen in the first and second photo, its sitting back in the case, although I'm using the only screw whole in the FC6 and on the 700D, my old Zalman fitted just fine.
There shouldn't be a screw hole in the 700D. If you use the hole it will set it back about 1/4 inch like you have pictured. You are actually supposed to line the screw hole on the lamptron with the metal spring that has a little indentation. Once you line it up, then on the other side, you slide the lock in place. Hope this make sense.
    
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There shouldn't be a screw hole in the 700D. If you use the hole it will set it back about 1/4 inch like you have pictured. You are actually supposed to line the screw hole on the lamptron with the metal spring that has a little indentation. Once you line it up, then on the other side, you slide the lock in place. Hope this make sense.
The screw holes in-line with the screw-less latch system thing so even if I use the screw-less thing, its the same. Also the spring and the screw-less thing together are no were near strong enough to hold the controller in place anyway, so screws need to be used really.
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Im planning on mounting my GPU rad at the back but not sure which tools to use. Thanks for the link!
This is my koolance external mount. Works really well, although with a bit of weight the thumb screws tend to just not tighten enough and the unit sags outwards.
I tightened them up and then used a ziptie around it to keep it tight on both sides.





The spring loaded clamp that goes over the case mounted barbs works very well and feels secure, swiftechs plastic version just scares me a little, all that weight and a few screws in plastic, doesnt make me feel safe. I understand the whole downward preasure thing, but there is also lateral weight that worries me.
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that is what comes with the rasa kits.
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that is what comes with the rasa kits.
yup, I had used these way before the rasa kits came out
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