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O.o Holy bad cable management. You should take care of that right away before the cable gods smite you.
WHAT do you mean!?! It's got that "slapped together" look!!!

J/K... A li'l management is in order and you will enjoy it once it's done...
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Well my PSU doesn't have modular cabling, which sucks. As soon as I have a bit more disposable income I'm gonna buy a new Corsair one and fix the cabling haha.
You have a HAF 932. Put the cables behind the back panel! Theres lots of room to work with.
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Can anyone comment on my question of page 434. :3
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Can anyone comment on my question of page 434. :3
I wouldnt count on it leaking... I took no consideration in 'what if this leaks' while routing my waterlines. I just did a 24hr leak test with a jumper and nothing plugged in, after that I just trust it.
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I wouldnt count on it leaking... I took no consideration in 'what if this leaks' while routing my waterlines. I just did a 24hr leak test with a jumper and nothing plugged in, after that I just trust it.
Pretty much this. If you are using 7/16 ID tubing on 1/2 OD barbs, you should be good. Use the clamps (or buy stainless steel screw type clamps at your hardware store like I did for example) and you'll be golden. Never hurts to pay a $-2 for added peace of mind.
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Could someone point me in the right direction to get a red led that would work, I want to replace the blue led that came with it to make it fit the red haf-x theme more.
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When leak testing the loop do u need to have the fans turned on on the rad?
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When leak testing the loop do u need to have the fans turned on on the rad?
No just unplug hard drives, video card and the power cables to the motherboard so it doesn't try to turn on.
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Could someone point me in the right direction to get a red led that would work, I want to replace the blue led that came with it to make it fit the red haf-x theme more.
These red LEDs from Koolance look like they may fit the bill. Comes with two LEDs so you can light up both available holes.





Edit- These LEDs are 3mm, the ones that come with the XSPC kit are 5mm, so they'll need some sort of adhesive to secure them if you use these.
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