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Nah it doesn't, its metal so wont bend unless you bend it yourself.

I have cut out all of the plastic supports from the top and front with no issues. Just get a stanley knife, heat the blade over a stove or with a lighter and then cut them out thumb.gif

That's good to know. thumb.gif
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When I'll go WC I'm gonna do some minor modding to smile.gif hehe

I've got something else in my shopping basket which isn't cheap and not even for my pc.
Actually it's an ssd + ram upgrade for my Macbook Pro (which I hate). That thing is sooooo slow for the money it cost me. I would stick in 16gb's of ram and an 250gb Corsair EVO SSD.

But no worries I'm gonna buy the WC stuff first smile.gif

I have a MacBook Pro 13" Late 2011 and that thing is F biggrin.gif ng fast. I slapped a micron 256GB SSD (Crucial OEM) and it easily boots to OSX ML in 10~12 seconds from the press of the power button. I also have 8GB 1600MHz RAM. From the original 500GB HDD and 4GB RAM, it was a ridiculous speed increase. It used to take me around a minute to boot.


What WC stuff are you going to get?


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That's good to know. thumb.gif
I have a MacBook Pro 13" Late 2011 and that thing is F biggrin.gif ng fast. I slapped a micron 256GB SSD (Crucial OEM) and it easily boots to OSX ML in 10~12 seconds from the press of the power button. I also have 8GB 1600MHz RAM. From the original 500GB HDD and 4GB RAM, it was a ridiculous speed increase. It used to take me around a minute to boot.


What WC stuff are you going to get?


cheers.gif

Really oh so it's worth the upgrade, I actually got the macbook for my photography stuff, but I found it very very slow to open and process a .raw file. I've got the 2.2ghz i7 from late 2011 (15") and yes it takes forever to boot up!

Lol I think I already said it a few times in here, but here I'll go again.

- XSPC RS240mm rad (would love the 360 but don't really want to do heavy modding), Phobya 200mm rad, EK cpu block, Laing D5 pump, I haven't decided which reservoir to get and also the pump accessories (ek or ...). I'll use primochill clear tube with mayhems pastel white or green coolant. Fittings would be from bitspower, not sure whichs ones either.
GPU would be for next year when I get a new one smile.gif
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Really oh so it's worth the upgrade, I actually got the macbook for my photography stuff, but I found it very very slow to open and process a .raw file. I've got the 2.2ghz i7 from late 2011 (15") and yes it takes forever to boot up!

Lol I think I already said it a few times in here, but here I'll go again.

- XSPC RS240mm rad (would love the 360 but don't really want to do heavy modding), Phobya 200mm rad, EK cpu block, Laing D5 pump, I haven't decided which reservoir to get and also the pump accessories (ek or ...). I'll use primochill clear tube with mayhems pastel white or green coolant. Fittings would be from bitspower, not sure whichs ones either.
GPU would be for next year when I get a new one smile.gif

Wouldn't it make sense to buy the 200 rad when you buy the gpu blocks? Maybe you want to change your case (hopefully not ) or something changes?

As I was told the 240 rad was enough for a CPU only loop.
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Really oh so it's worth the upgrade, I actually got the macbook for my photography stuff, but I found it very very slow to open and process a .raw file. I've got the 2.2ghz i7 from late 2011 (15") and yes it takes forever to boot up!

Lol I think I already said it a few times in here, but here I'll go again.

- XSPC RS240mm rad (would love the 360 but don't really want to do heavy modding), Phobya 200mm rad, EK cpu block, Laing D5 pump, I haven't decided which reservoir to get and also the pump accessories (ek or ...). I'll use primochill clear tube with mayhems pastel white or green coolant. Fittings would be from bitspower, not sure whichs ones either.
GPU would be for next year when I get a new one smile.gif

Yup, totally worth it. thumb.gif

Eheh, sorry. I must've skipped a few posts redface.gif

Nice choice of stuff thumb.gif

Also, for a res... I can recommend the Alphacool Fuzion Core 10. They look awesome, the fact you can use a single res for dual loop or place a CCFL on the middle makes it a plus, not to mention really good pricing. I bought them directly from Alphacool.

An advice on tubing I found answers on. Make sure, if you're getting primochill tubing, to get the Advanced LRT as it seems to be plasticizer free, so no fogging or strange hues on the tubing from the coolant.
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Wouldn't it make sense to buy the 200 rad when you buy the gpu blocks? Maybe you want to change your case (hopefully not ) or something changes?

As I was told the 240 rad was enough for a CPU only loop.

True true spend the other money on the macbook upgrade! Great thoughts there wink.gif

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Yup, totally worth it. thumb.gif

Eheh, sorry. I must've skipped a few posts redface.gif

Nice choice of stuff thumb.gif

Also, for a res... I can recommend the Alphacool Fuzion Core 10. They look awesome, the fact you can use a single res for dual loop or place a CCFL on the middle makes it a plus, not to mention really good pricing. I bought them directly from Alphacool.

An advice on tubing I found answers on. Make sure, if you're getting primochill tubing, to get the Advanced LRT as it seems to be plasticizer free, so no fogging or strange hues on the tubing from the coolant.

Thanks! thumb.gif
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True true spend the other money on the macbook upgrade! Great thoughts there wink.gif
Thanks! thumb.gif

Im such a genius wink.gif

Im currently waiting on my 240 xspc kit to arrive tooooo
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Hey guys im selling my hx 750 plus my old samsung 840 non pro,and I was thinking of buying a dremel with the money I get....Saw a dremel 3000 for about $100,how many extra cutting discs would I need to buy to cut the front,top and maybe a 120mm hole in the bottom....

Hey, I knows you guys down under get boned on shipping costs all the time, but I have to ask why you are considering a $100 Dremel? Don't get me wrong, spending a little extra on tools is usually worth while, but you should know you can get roto tools for as little as $30 CDN, and a small case of attachments for about the same price.

http://www.canadiantire.ca/search/search_results.jsp?quick_search_term=Rotary+Tool+Kits&searchRefinementEvent=event21&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=1408474396672077&bmUID=1377643782486

I know that prices and stores are different in our countries, but if you look at this page you will see a roto tool for as little as 14.99. There is a 7-pc Dremel kit for $60 (if you prefer the brand name).

If you decide to go for a cheaper one, don't over-use it (that is, don't let it get too warm like some people do, and give it time to cool off before starting up again).

I've used my Dremel for jobs I likely shouldn't have (like cutting the exhaust system off of a car), and it has never let me down.

As for cutting disks, there are two types I have seen. One is a really brittle cheap brown disk that will snap if you look at it funny. Avoid at all costs (you have to be really careful with them, and have a large supply on-hand because of how much they break).

These are the second type:

http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/6/Tools/PowerToolAccessories/RotaryToolAccessories/PRD~0544774P/Dremel+Metal+EZ+Cut+Wheel%2C+12-pack.jsp?locale=en

These are black, and you can see the pattern in the disk (I think they are carbon fiber). The ones I purchase are in a little round cylinder package, but they are the same disks. I got 10 of them for about $18 CDN. These disks will slowly get smaller and smaller, but they won't break (at least I have never broken one).
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So you cut a hole in the bottom? If you do that you should care, because I experienced in my 600t that the metal is fairly weak and thin. Though I dont know if it's affect anything.

I cut a 120mm fan hole in the bottom of my case. It didn't cause any problems.







However, there isn't much airflow under the case. He will either need to allow the front of the case to stick out from whatever it's sitting on to get some air for the fan, or he should remove the psu filter to allow the new fan to pull air from the back of the case.
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And I've bought the Samsung EVO 250GB ssd for the macbook, but now I'm thinking I still have a 120gb 830 series in my computer maybe I should put the 120 in the macbook and use the 250 for my pc.
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And I've bought the Samsung EVO 250GB ssd for the macbook, but now I'm thinking I still have a 120gb 830 series in my computer maybe I should put the 120 in the macbook and use the 250 for my pc.

Do it smile.gif
    
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Do it smile.gif

Offcourse than I have to reinstall windows yet again tongue.gif
But I don't need alot of space on my macbook, just the os + lightroom & photoshop
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