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post #8201 of 22173
Yeah, this is how it comes with the 120.3 mid plate.
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post #8202 of 22173
Great thanks =)
Also, the tubing thing you linked doesn't list the SMA8 among cases that's compatible?
post #8203 of 22173
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Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post

Great thanks =)
Also, the tubing thing you linked doesn't list the SMA8 among cases that's compatible?

It should be fine, as I think most of the parts are the same as the STH10.
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post #8204 of 22173
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Originally Posted by lkramer View Post

Yes, I can tell the anticipation was killing you. It was the same for me until I received the case two ago.

Luckily it's on it's way now. Scheduled to be delivered next Tuesday! biggrin.gif.


Alright I need some advice on orienting my pump/res in my S3 + Pedestal and possible what other parts to buy for it. I'll be using 2 x ACool UT60's in my Pedestal and an XT45 in the front of my S3. So I was planning to have my pump in the pedestal in between my UT60's and have it fed from the res sitting inside the S3 (on top of one of these??).

I have a D5 vario pump, Bitspower D5 Mod Top, and a Bitspower 250 Multi Z Res. So I guess I'm just looking for some insight as to how you would orient all these components together in an S3 + Pedestal if it was you so I could just hear what some of my options might be.

P.S. I'm also planning to get a bitspower D5 mod kit (matte black) as the blue one I have won't go with my build.
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 7/10/14 at 8:18am
post #8205 of 22173
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Luckily it's on it's way now. Scheduled to be delivered next Tuesday! biggrin.gif.


Alright I need some advice on orienting my pump/res in my S3 + Pedestal and possible what other parts to buy for it. I'll be using 2 x ACool UT60's in my Pedestal and an XT45 in the front of my S3. So I was planning to have my pump in the pedestal in between my UT60's and have it fed from the res sitting inside the S3 (on top of one of these??).

I have a D5 vario pump, Bitspower D5 Mod Top, and a Bitspower 250 Multi Z Res. So I guess I'm just looking for some insight as to how you would orient all these components together in an S3 + Pedestal if it was you so I could just hear what some of my options might be.

P.S. I'm also planning to get a bitspower D5 mod kit (matte black) as the blue one I have won't go with my build.

One thing to note about that grommeted 140mm accessory plate: you will have to orient it so that the grommets face the front and the rear of the case. You have to do this because mounting it the other way will cause one of the grommets to be blocked by the pedestal frame. I am not sure if there is enough room to also put an XT45 in the front there and make it all work. You may have to use UN-brackets to mount the pump/res instead of mounting it to the accessory plate to make it work.

I have all these pieces. If you want I can put it together how you are describing and post a pic. smile.gif
post #8206 of 22173
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Originally Posted by jhaze84 View Post

One thing to note about that grommeted 140mm accessory plate: you will have to orient it so that the grommets face the front and the rear of the case. You have to do this because mounting it the other way will cause one of the grommets to be blocked by the pedestal frame. I am not sure if there is enough room to also put an XT45 in the front there and make it all work. You may have to use UN-brackets to mount the pump/res instead of mounting it to the accessory plate to make it work.

I have all these pieces. If you want I can put it together how you are describing and post a pic. smile.gif

That would be FANTASTIC thumb.gif.
post #8207 of 22173
Man so after about 18 hours of temp monitoring, my little loop is keeping the water delta temp at < 8C. That's with a 280x @ 1170MHz and 3570K @ 4.7GHz both folding 100%. I also have my fans at about 75% speed biggrin.gif
post #8208 of 22173
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Man so after about 18 hours of temp monitoring, my little loop is keeping the water delta temp at < 8C. That's with a 280x @ 1170MHz and 3570K @ 4.7GHz both folding 100%. I also have my fans at about 75% speed biggrin.gif

Sick! What are you using to measure your temps?
post #8209 of 22173
Just some various temp probes (Bitspower and leftovers from an old ASUS MVF board) and a fan controller with temp readouts.
post #8210 of 22173
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Just some various temp probes (Bitspower and leftovers from an old ASUS MVF board) and a fan controller with temp readouts.

I was thinking about picking up one of these myself.
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