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Oh. and pics
Did a bit of cable management.
Seems I knocked a few cables out of place...
Need to push them back again.

& added my UV tubes.
It looks really cluttered. But to be honest, it's not.


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hey matt, couple ideas if you're willing to listen as to the placement of those CCRTs... On the tube you have hanging behind your drive bays, you may want to consider putting it up top, possibly in the top/back of your case, and horizontal. Its just pulling attention from your unit otherwise... giggity... and on the other one, thats looks alright where it is, but is there any way you could hide it in the case vertically, to the right of your motherboard? just a couple little ideas to possibly help your case looks a bit ^^
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hey matt, couple ideas if you're willing to listen as to the placement of those CCRTs... On the tube you have hanging behind your drive bays, you may want to consider putting it up top, possibly in the top/back of your case, and horizontal. Its just pulling attention from your unit otherwise... giggity... and on the other one, thats looks alright where it is, but is there any way you could hide it in the case vertically, to the right of your motherboard? just a couple little ideas to possibly help your case looks a bit ^^
I put one up on the right side of the motherboard and left the one on the ground. Not much UV going on in my case. But if I go UV tubing. I'm sure this would be optimal to lighten up all of my tubes

Thanks for the suggestion!
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I put one up on the right side of the motherboard and left the one on the ground. Not much UV going on in my case. But if I go UV tubing. I'm sure this would be optimal to lighten up all of my tubes

Thanks for the suggestion!
eh no prob ^^ your case is lookin good, and lighting can be a pain, I know
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ill try to get some better pics but i got my kit in tonight and its running great
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How in the world do we drain this kit when needed?
    
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How in the world do we drain this kit when needed?
I figured when it comes to draining, i'll just pull the hose on my rad which is hanging on the back of my case and drain it from there. Simple
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I figured when it comes to draining, i'll just pull the hose on my rad which is hanging on the back of my case and drain it from there. Simple
I guess.... aren't these hoses dang near impossible to get off though?

edit: p.s....Mbudden, the rx360 kit now for sale at jab-tech. (Naturally, the day after i finish ordering my stuff)
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I guess.... aren't these hoses dang near impossible to get off though?

edit: p.s....Mbudden, the rx360 kit now for sale at jab-tech. (Naturally, the day after i finish ordering my stuff)
Haha. Not that I know of. I just do some wiggling and it comes off. I don't see how everyone has a problem with it.

& I need to edit the OP.
I hate doing it because every time I do it. The forum messes it up, removing a lot of the formatting. Forcing me to go and reformat everything again. Annoying... LOL. I'll add it though
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p.s.s......Mbudden, how you gonna have this great start to a great club, and not have it in your sig!?!?!?!?
    
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