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post #2371 of 18196
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When you say fit with 13/10 tubing, I wonder if your worried about kinking the lines? Primochill does make flex pro in 13/10, I doubt you would need anti-kink coil either with that. I am sure they sell an adapter so you can use the 13/10 on the ram sticks. nice idea with the aluminum plates.

i´m not worried about kinking but i´m worried about the space they need with all the components. The anti-kink is a better look biggrin.gif
i haven´t find any adapter frown.gif
thanks =)

Can anyone build it as 3D model for planing mods?
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post #2372 of 18196
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i´m not worried about kinking but i´m worried about the space they need with all the components. The anti-kink is a better look
i haven´t find any adapter
thanks =)

Can anyone build it as 3D model for planing mods?
I don't see anything wrong with your lay out right now. I would probably tweak the routing a bit. If your going for stealth, I would route the tubing I highlighted behind the mobo, that way the bottom is completely clean walled off by aluminum plates. The center of the case would have all the visible tubes. I will look for an adapter.
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post #2373 of 18196
I saw the last guy had the entry lvl Rasa 750 240rad kit with white tubing, I was thinking about doing this myself. What do you guys think about this kit? I have an Antec 620 kuhler right now, but have been thinking about upgrading to the Rasa or the H100. Should I even bother?
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post #2374 of 18196
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I saw the last guy had the entry lvl Rasa 750 240rad kit with white tubing, I was thinking about doing this myself. What do you guys think about this kit? I have an Antec 620 kuhler right now, but have been thinking about upgrading to the Rasa or the H100. Should I even bother?
Only if you are really dissatisfied with your current temps....
post #2375 of 18196
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Originally Posted by CesarNYC View Post
I don't see anything wrong with your lay out right now. I would probably tweak the routing a bit. If your going for stealth, I would route the tubing I highlighted behind the mobo, that way the bottom is completely clean walled off by aluminum plates. The center of the case would have all the visible tubes. I will look for an adapter.
I like your idea. In the past i have the tubing behind the mobo too.
I think i have a nice idea because of you
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post #2376 of 18196
Cesar, when you say remove the hard drive cages, did you mean both of the bottom cages, or just the one in the middle next to the PSU? And were you referring to requiring their removal for the 480 rad, or the 200 in the front? I imagined the front cage would need to be gone for the 200, haha, but wasn't picturing them needing to be removed for the 480. Would this only be for push/pull fans?

Was contemplating quick disconnects for the bottom...didn't realize they were about $30 for a male/female pair, yeesh. That's $60 for quick disconnect capability so I could remove my door easily...and that doesn't take into account the fan cables anyway, which would need to be unplugged to completely remove the door...maybe just make the tubes long enough to pull the door around to the side or something, haha.
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Cesar, when you say remove the hard drive cages, did you mean both of the bottom cages, or just the one in the middle next to the PSU? And were you referring to requiring their removal for the 480 rad, or the 200 in the front? I imagined the front cage would need to be gone for the 200, haha, but wasn't picturing them needing to be removed for the 480. Would this only be for push/pull fans?

Was contemplating quick disconnects for the bottom...didn't realize they were about $30 for a male/female pair, yeesh. That's $60 for quick disconnect capability so I could remove my door easily...and that doesn't take into account the fan cables anyway, which would need to be unplugged to completely remove the door...maybe just make the tubes long enough to pull the door around to the side or something, haha.
For the 200 rad installation you would have to move the HDD cages from the front to the alternate position by the PSU. To do the 480 rad, you could leave the HDD cages up front. You only have* to remove both HDD cages if you want both rads (you don't have to, I know filing down something on the HDD cage will give you clearance, but I didn't do it that way). You can do push/pull with the 200 rad easily, the 480 would more require you to mount some of the fans externally as there just isn't enough clearance to get all inside.

I am going to get around to posting soon to show you how I have it set up but using QDC does have it's pros and cons. The side panel is completely removable which is very useful, and I haven't even seen a drop of water come from them after multiple times disconnecting and reconnecting. They are stupid expensive though, and the way I have it set up I did not put much of any slack in the tubing, so I have just enough space to open the side panel and insert my hand to twist off the connectors (not easy to do with one hand). I could put more slack in but then I would have to worry about kinking and what that extra tubing would be pressing up against when I closed the panel.

So there is room for improvement and I think worth experimenting further. I wanted to originally mount it on the outside of the mesh panel. You use some PrimoChill routed outside through the two holes in the back and swing it around to the rad bolted on the side. Should have enough slack to tilt the panel off and swing it open with no problems. Push fans only would be easy to set up, if you went push/pull with push fans on the outside you would have to get a tiny bit creative with the wiring (undo the fan cables and wire them through the mesh side panel?). Given the right fan grill I bet it could look really cool, like a scoop or a blower on a car. I couldn't find a grill or combo of grills that I thought looked cool so I went internal. But I still want to try that configuration out, just need a grill that says bad-muthaf***er on it.
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post #2378 of 18196
Hah, nice. I'd be worried about kinking in the tubes making a 180 degree bend from the WC tube ports on the back of the case to the barbs on the radiator, though...probably avoidable but might need a bit of slack or anti-kink coils or what have you. Heck, you might even be able to cool passively that way, no? Curious as to whether or not the fan cables could fit along the edge of the mesh cage, before it secures to the case side panel, without getting too crimped...don't know if I'm explaining it well enough, but take off the mesh, attach the rad, attach fans on the outside of the rad push-intake, toss the wires across the edge of the mesh towards the inside of the case, then put the mesh back on the side panel and secure.
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I'm under water



Might include the 6970 in the loop with its own RS120 rad at a later date...
Edited by Frontsidebus - 7/29/11 at 2:33pm
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post #2380 of 18196
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This SKU has the mesh side panel only, not the clear window.

Otherwise it's identical to the normal 600T. Both are Graphite Grey and Black in color.
So does this have the slightly-higher speed case-fans like the white case or the same fans as the original grey/black? Should we also look forward to an upgraded fan controller we could swap-in with a greater range of control? (maybe with a usb3.0 header cable upgrade too?)
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