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Try using

http://www.amazon.com/UNIBURR-Deburring-Tools-UNI-BURR/dp/B006ETSKJ4/ref=sr_1_33?m=A2UDSCJD9IMACQ&s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1443760032&sr=1-33&refinements=p_6%3AA2UDSCJD9IMACQ

And if that's not good enough, use fine grit sand paper to finish...
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If you don't want to make a big mess, I found that taping a plastic bag underneath to catch all the shavings and sweep the ones that collect up top into the hole makes cleanup a hell of a lot easier with no need to vacuum. There really shouldn't be that much to deburr, you can just scrape most of it off with a utility knife or razor blade.





Edited by jlakai - 10/1/15 at 9:58pm
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Or you could just remove the floor to make your life easier lmao.
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Hi guys! So I just received my SMA8 and I couldn't be happier to start my first watercooling project but to be honest I think I'm way over my head here but maybe somebody could help me out.

I am thinking of putting the biggest rad I can at the top, was originally planning on a 560 but the cutouts are for 120mm fans and I also want to put a 360 in the front and I did buy the 120.3 mount for the front.

Is it better to just go for a 480 in the top and a 360 in the front? Hopefully that should not give me any interference problems.

I also want to put a 480 at the bottom.

Would that work?
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Or you could just remove the floor to make your life easier lmao.
Then it would just fall right on the dirt under my house, but sounds like removing all those boards and carpeting would be more work?


Ehhhhhhh? biggrin.gif amirite?
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Originally Posted by piloth View Post

Hi guys! So I just received my SMA8 and I couldn't be happier to start my first watercooling project but to be honest I think I'm way over my head here but maybe somebody could help me out.

I am thinking of putting the biggest rad I can at the top, was originally planning on a 560 but the cutouts are for 120mm fans and I also want to put a 360 in the front and I did buy the 120.3 mount for the front.

Is it better to just go for a 480 in the top and a 360 in the front? Hopefully that should not give me any interference problems.

I also want to put a 480 at the bottom.

Would that work?

A 560 in the top would require some modding, so a 480 will be the biggest rad you can fit up there without any modding. You could possibly put a 360 in the front depending on the thickness of both rads, if you have a slim 480 in the top, and a slim 360, I think you could get away with it. I really haven't seen anyone do that, l've only seen builds with a 480 in the top and 240 in the front, but they were all using thick 480's in the top so maybe thats why, and yes a 480 will fit in the bottom as long as you got the correct mounting bracket which in your case should be a 120mm x 4 bracket.
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Originally Posted by piloth View Post

Hi guys! So I just received my SMA8 and I couldn't be happier to start my first watercooling project but to be honest I think I'm way over my head here but maybe somebody could help me out.

I am thinking of putting the biggest rad I can at the top, was originally planning on a 560 but the cutouts are for 120mm fans and I also want to put a 360 in the front and I did buy the 120.3 mount for the front.

Is it better to just go for a 480 in the top and a 360 in the front? Hopefully that should not give me any interference problems.

I also want to put a 480 at the bottom.

Would that work?

I think SteezyTn put a 560 in the Bottom Bay also.

480 in the Bottom on opposite side of the PSU (Of Course) will fit. Max next to the psu could be a 360 but tight on the cables.

480 in the Top is very possilbe. Next to a 360 in the flex bays could possibly be pushing it.





here is 480 and 240 in main bay. By lowering the 240 down a couple notches on the Flex you could possibly fit a 360mm in them.

TCO
Edited by TheCautiousOne - 10/2/15 at 10:14am
     
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Hi guys! So I just received my SMA8 and I couldn't be happier to start my first watercooling project but to be honest I think I'm way over my head here but maybe somebody could help me out.

I am thinking of putting the biggest rad I can at the top, was originally planning on a 560 but the cutouts are for 120mm fans and I also want to put a 360 in the front and I did buy the 120.3 mount for the front.

Is it better to just go for a 480 in the top and a 360 in the front? Hopefully that should not give me any interference problems.

I also want to put a 480 at the bottom.

Would that work?
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I think SteezyTn put a 560 in the Bottom Bay also.

TCO
Correct... I have a 560 in the basement, as well as a 360 next to my PSU.

A 360 in the front is possible, but depends on the thickness of the 480. Also, I believe you'll have to remove the smaller mid plate in the front to fit the 360, but not 100% sure.
    
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More Parts have arrived and I'm almost done with the loop and I've been working on some custom stuff biggrin.gif



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Hi guys! So I just received my SMA8 and I couldn't be happier to start my first watercooling project but to be honest I think I'm way over my head here but maybe somebody could help me out.

I am thinking of putting the biggest rad I can at the top, was originally planning on a 560 but the cutouts are for 120mm fans and I also want to put a 360 in the front and I did buy the 120.3 mount for the front.

Is it better to just go for a 480 in the top and a 360 in the front? Hopefully that should not give me any interference problems.

I also want to put a 480 at the bottom.

Would that work?

I think you'll find that it's much easier (and cleaner) to put a 560 in the bottom with a 480 on top. That's what we did with the Zeus build. That would also give you room for an additional 280 (maybe 360) on the bottom with your PSU. We couldn't do that with the 8 HDD's in the bottom chamber, but we're still seeing pretty decent temps with three 980 Ti's wink.gif
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