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post #101 of 131
love watching this build, very nice components and i love that case, so much space and excellent for watercooling, may give caselabs a think about thanks
post #102 of 131
Just curious, and for clarification, is it possible to place your hdd's/ssd, with cage, on the opposite side of the case where you currently have the 3 fans. Obviously, you wouldn't be able to use 3 if it's possible.

Great job so far, looking forward to more pics.
post #103 of 131
Just going to go out on a limb here, but this case would be great with a CyberDruid multi-bay waterfall res, it's one of the few cases that really has room for it. Great build though, glad you're up and running!
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How noisy is the MCP35x? Are you using it at full power?
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Congrats on getting it up and running. Glad to see you were able to work through all the little issues that inevitably come up in a new build.

So no issues tubes from one side to the other? Any hard bends or odd routes you had to make with the tubing?

Thoughts on cable management with this case?
I'd also like to know your thoughts on the cable management
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post #106 of 131
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Thanks guys! More pictures most likely tomorrow.

Cable management is still a work in progress. My clips haven't arrived yet so I can't do anything too special until they're here.

I don't want to do any drilling so it should be interesting. Other than that the provided holes are more than enough for cables. It also fits tubing through them though I wouldn't go fatter than 3/4" OD.

It has plenty of room for everything!
post #107 of 131
God.....must.....have....that...case....

Best computer case ever?
post #108 of 131
Awesome build log and an awesome case, I've always wanted something so that I could have components on one side and water-cooling parts on the other.

Definitely getting this for my next build.
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post #109 of 131
nice. i woulda picked up this case. costs only 19 bucks to ship it to here haha.

but i found a lian li v2000 for cheap.
    
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post #110 of 131
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Thanks guys!

So I solved my earlier issue. Apparently the GPU Bridge and blocks were installed completely fine but the fittings were incorrectly placed. One was on the top right side while the other was on the actual side. The water flowed through the first one and was directly being pushed out the side, allowing little to no water into the waterblocks. This issue was solved here: http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...tercooled.html

You can see the solution on pages 3-6. Thanks for all who participated in helping and stood by me when I couldn't get more mad haha.

Anyways, look what came today! That's right, I'm never done! Muahahaha. Now I can work on some REAL cable management other than electrical tape and stuffing the wires wherever I can! More pictures by Monday hopefully. Not quite sure when I'll have time, especially since the nuts for the screws vanished.







Just for you, Jim









Different lighting:



I wish I could trade my 980x for the newly released 990x but whatever! Haha.

Thanks for viewing all! Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. I'm open to anything!
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