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the dust that came from top holes is a tangible problem or barely perceptible ?
Edited by senna89 - 9/16/12 at 7:42am
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finally done with the build, sleeved everything. The pictures are not that great but whatever. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Awesome work, great colour scheme.
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post #3923 of 4826
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finally done with the build, sleeved everything. The pictures are not that great but whatever. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Did you cut any holes or anything for the rad in the bottom or is it just sitting there?
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post #3924 of 4826
Yes I did I just cutout a rectangle, the cut was pretty ugly but you don't see it. Next time I will get a better tool
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True. With weak ass 140mm fans, I opted for 240mm radiator myself. Push/pull with a 280mm rad and a 120mm rad (rear mounted) is not possible without modding.

You are right on the money there about 140mm fans. thumb.gif
I have an SR-1 280mm rad (mounted inside) and recently built a new fan mount so i could use two GT AP-15's on top. Much better performance! I also have two GT AP-14's in push pull on a rear mounted GTX-120.
Total cooling performance is superb. Fan makers need to create better 140mm fans for watercooling.

Cheers:thumb:
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Very nice build Mortalis! thumb.gif
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finally done with the build, sleeved everything. The pictures are not that great but whatever.
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Slick and elegant, very nice job and assembly on the loop. thumb.gif
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post #3928 of 4826
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the dust that came from top holes is a tangible problem or barely perceptible ?

help ? wink.gif
post #3929 of 4826
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help ? wink.gif

What do you mean? Do you mean to ask to what extent it is noticable that dust fals through the vent holes in the top? If so, the answer from my experience is not very (I have an H100 exhausting through the roof though, so YMMV depending on what you have up there).
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post #3930 of 4826
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Fan makers need to create better 140mm fans for watercooling.

Word!
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What do you mean? Do you mean to ask to what extent it is noticable that dust fals through the vent holes in the top? If so, the answer from my experience is not very (I have an H100 exhausting through the roof though, so YMMV depending on what you have up there).

Or, he can get Dwood to make a removable top cover. I was gonna get one but later decided to use the top vent for intake. And, got a custom filter from Demci instead.

I can tell you that it's fairly cheap (from the quote Dwood gave me). GL!
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