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I really hope they come out with a line of white LED fans. I absolutely love the shade of white in their 200mm fans.
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Dude, so I have completed my loop, no pics yet though. SO I bought the wrong rad...... I bought the XSPC cross flow which has a res on BOTH sides. So needless to say it was too long but with some modding of the top and whatever else I will need to do to the top mesh it will work just fine. Ill get pics tonight and post them on here.

Why are there no pics yet!? frown.gif super exited for this!
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Phobya 400mm Rad
XSPC 360 Rad Uptop
Love the Aero Shark fans!!!
Custom Cut Side Panel
Res is located in the back between the Mobo tray and the Outer side Panel.
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I'm more then happy to answer any questions you guys have! Especially about my tubing config haha!!!
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I'm more then happy to answer any questions you guys have! Especially about my tubing config haha!!!

I think you should do a build log Car17, I should have done one for my 400 Rad in the front but got carried away putting both in .. one in the front and one up top.. over excited. biggrin.gif

I think everyone should just dump the HDD drive cage and slap a 400 rad in the front.. By far the easiest mod and we have proven that this radiator fits in like it was made for the case. thumb.gif

Fantastic work, and sexy case.. cheers.gif Big cheers on what you have put together.
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Phobya 400mm Rad
XSPC 360 Rad Uptop
Love the Aero Shark fans!!!
Custom Cut Side Panel
Res is located in the back between the Mobo tray and the Outer side Panel.

Can I ask what monitors you are using? They look beautiful in the pictures.
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Can I ask what monitors you are using? They look beautiful in the pictures.

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beautiful setup you have there sir! thumb.gif
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So, here's my stuff so far.













As you can see I'm plagued by my old ass power supply's rainbow cables. It also gave me a headache earlier because I opened it up to dust it off since it was caked with it, and after I put it back and had my computer all set up, the fan wouldn't start. After a while it started scraping pretty hard against something, so I had to get in there. Spent like 2 hours trying to fix it. One of the screws got stuck in the frame. I had to cut off the corresponding corner of the fan grill at that point. I kept trying to set the fan back up with the grill, but it would not start/make scraping noises. After a long time of failed tries, I ended up having to do without the grill and just kinda wiggled the now unscrewed fan around until it made the least noise possible. Now I have a slight rattling noise constantly. I already had that problem before, but the noise would go away after a couple minutes as the fan revved up or something.

So now I have an old, beat up power supply. Guess now I really need a new one now. I was looking to get an EVGA one since they already have some red cables. Any opinions on those?

Also, as you can see I set up an AF fan to spot cool my GPU like we were talking about a couple pages back. It works really well! My 660 Ti idles at about 35C and I haven't seen it go over 60C yet. I really wish there was a neater way to do it though.

The 600T is also quieter than I expected. And I would consider it to be on the quiet side by my standards.

So my next steps are to get a new PS and some red sleeved cables if necessary, and to remove the drive cage and get another 200mm Bitfenix SP to put up there as intake. With that setup I would also switch out the top stock corsair one (which is intake right now) for my two 120mm Corsair SPs as exhaust (although I think I might just put a single one up there to exhaust over the backside of my V6 GT.

Also, I have two 120mm Silverstone filters on top. Anyone know of something that isn't Demciflex (I wouldn't wanna interfere with the aesthetic of the case) that might cover that area better? Obviously mine don't cover it all.
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Much appreciated. I've seen some people's cases and the white LEDs just don't match sometimes. It's a minor thing obviously, but I just really like the shade of white of the Corsair LEDs.

So yeah, the Bitfenix definitely has a paler hue. I like both though, and I said I wanted the paler one to match the rest of the case more. I really like how it lights up the front panel. I know what you're saying though, the shade of the Corsair ones is really pleasant.

Also, don't be fooled by the pictures; they make white the lights look kinda blue, but they're not.

@Car17

Awesome setup. How much are you guys paying for those big radiators?
Edited by Gyrael - 2/24/13 at 10:36pm
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