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I tried doing that with my haf x doing 2 200mm fans as intake the exhaust as intake and the others were already intake and there was still dust inside the case same as if it was positive... unless my PSU since the fan is down maybe caused it to get dust in there?

The HAF X is a completely different case, with a completely different design. The 800D only has one intake, and two exhaust by default. The front intakes on cases are where most of the dust comes from, so that's probably where your dust is coming from. The 800D has no intake/exhaust on the front of the case.
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post #12 of 20
I can't believe even with dust filters the dust somehow finds a way in lol. But also I've seen a video demonstration of all fans as intake to have the negative pressure and having no dust..Anyways great build and sorry for going a different way lol
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post #13 of 20
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There's something I forgot about--dust filters. I'll pick up a couple of these.

Anyone else have thoughts about my reservoir & pump choices?
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There's something I forgot about--dust filters. I'll pick up a couple of these.

Anyone else have thoughts about my reservoir & pump choices?
I'm pretty sure everyone is going to recommend either a 355 or 655 with a top. That's the no compromise standard. The res is really a matter of taste. Just get what you like. Try and think about where you want to place the res though, and what fittings you might need in order to make smooth bends (if you're in to that sort of thing). I have found that 45 degree adapters and 45 degree compression fittings are great for making smooth bends and avoiding kinks.
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post #15 of 20
Id get the ek supreme hf all nickel, as it's the top dog.
    
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Hey velocd, first of all thanks for all the thought you put in this build, I'm actually considering a loop very similar to yours and read all of your threads several times If you already built it, it'd be great to see the some pictures and load temps!


Now back to the topic - sorry if I'm missing something here, but I thought you're not supposed to mix different metals (e.g. copper and nickel), and I noticed you're using hydro copper blocks for your GPUs and acetal + nickel block for 2600k. I realize this is pretty basic stuff so chances are, you've already considered it, and it's not really relevant here - if so, it'd be great to find out why

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Hey velocd, first of all thanks for all the thought you put in this build, I'm actually considering a loop very similar to yours and read all of your threads several times If you already built it, it'd be great to see the some pictures and load temps!


Now back to the topic - sorry if I'm missing something here, but I thought you're not supposed to mix different metals (e.g. copper and nickel), and I noticed you're using hydro copper blocks for your GPUs and acetal + nickel block for 2600k. I realize this is pretty basic stuff so chances are, you've already considered it, and it's not really relevant here - if so, it'd be great to find out why

Cheers,
DM
The negative consequences of mixing metal only occurs when you are mixing aluminum with another metal in your loop. Having aluminum in the loop will cause galvanic corrosion. Mixing nickel and copper is fine though.
    
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The negative consequences of mixing metal only occurs when you are mixing aluminum with another metal in your loop. Having aluminum in the loop will cause galvanic corrosion. Mixing nickel and copper is fine though.
Thanks AKIMbO - good to know!!
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that I am

seriously though, thanks guys - I gained a lot of confidence reading these forums so I'm going to build my own loop soon.

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