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post #91 of 217 (permalink) Old 03-09-2012, 05:50 AM - Thread Starter
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Well Virginia people are really from everywhere haha, I was orginally from the great state of Texas, and always will be Texan!! biggrin.gif
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Pretty good job. I'm gonna watch this from very close. I'm making nearly the same watercooling.

Thanks man! These rads are really well built and add a significant amount of weight, empty. But with slight mods, you can make them work. thumb.gif
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It seems I have seen this setup some where before, Hmm (Looks at his own sig) biggrin.gif
Amazing job here man, keep up the good work !

Thanks Man! We have almost Identical rigs. biggrin.gif
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Nice...
And it was fun putting a 420 and 280 in my 700D but that had a lot more room.

Im not to familiar with that case, but I'd def like to do a build in one. Maybe one of my OTHER friends will get that case? wheee.gif
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Man i cant wait to see the rest of this lol thinking about getting the same rad up top and mounting a t virus and swiftech mp655 in my 810 its just to plain for me now. but what color to go with hmm idk
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So any beefy 420 rads that do fit in the holes correctly that are 60mm

Sweet man! Post those pics when you can! I dont know of any other 420 60mm radiators that will properly line up with the case holes, as I've only had experience with the Phobya rad. But Iggg was able to mount a Black Ice GT Stealth with no modifications. Also, I checked out the Black Ice GT Xtreme (which is 60mm) has the same measurements as the GT Stealth rad, only thicker. I would think since both rads are identically the same, (minus the thickness) you can mount the GT Xtreme with no modifications. thinking.gif




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What size tubing are you using? smile.gif
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Loveeee your system!!! this is the case what i was dreaming to find biggrin.gif for my radiator biggrin.gif, but i have see the pic of your pump!! if it is the old fashion xsPC pump i am shure you will need to add other one to reach a good lvl in liter per H biggrin.gif

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Yep deff gonna have to do some pics got the frozen q double bay red helix order with the 420 g changer rad mcp655pump red tubing and the apogee hd block for my 2500k well see where this goes for water cooling my 448 cores with the 480 waterblocks and myabe squeeze in a 240 or 280 rad on the bottom
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7/16"ID 5/8" OD with 3/32" Wall
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Loveeee your system!!! this is the case what i was dreaming to find biggrin.gif for my radiator biggrin.gif, but i have see the pic of your pump!! if it is the old fashion xsPC pump i am shure you will need to add other one to reach a good lvl in liter per H biggrin.gif
loveee your system biggrin.gif

Thanks, the case is great to work with. Lots of room and very accommodating for water-cooling. The pump is an x20 750 from xspc. It's not the best pump on the market, but it'll get the job done. The x20 750 pump is comparable to an a Alphacool VPP655 on setting 3, which would moves roughly around 750 lph. I'm currently using this pump in my system which has three blocks, an RX360 and RX120, and it does the job. There will be upgraded to the pump/res later down the road. thumb.gif
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Yep deff gonna have to do some pics got the frozen q double bay red helix order with the 420 g changer rad mcp655pump red tubing and the apogee hd block for my 2500k well see where this goes for water cooling my 448 cores with the 480 waterblocks and myabe squeeze in a 240 or 280 rad on the bottom

stick a 280 on the bottom! biggrin.gif Should be a clean build. Hopefully my pics will help you out with clearance for the top 420 rad. What kind of 480 water block will you be using? I've seen two so far, a danger den block and an xspc block.







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So any beefy 420 rads that do fit in the holes correctly that are 60mm

it was already stated read entire post.
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Update time! I've been waiting on the owner to find the rest of his PSU cables, took him a couple days to find in his storage unit, but he found it. biggrin.gif

I don't know where I'm gonna mount this? In the back of the mobo tray or somewhere visible?
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I have the GPU and the 24 pin power cables installed. I mixed the orientation of PCI-E Extensions to get a feel of what would look better.....red/black or black/red?? thinking.gif
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I'll be using the G-VANS FC Touch for all the fans in the case. It looks identical to the Lamptron FC. I'll let you know how it compairs to the Lamptron controller, as I've installed it in a white RV02 build I did for a friend.
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Leak tested for 24hrs, maybe even longer cause I actually for got the pump was still on doh.gif...But it's leak free! Snorkle.gif
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I need to get the build finished this Sunday because i'll be moving into a new house next weekend. All I have to do is rout the cables, add the dye, do some hardcore cable management, format his 1TB or 2TB HDD and install the OS. I might do a slight modification.....wont tell you what it is yet as im not sure it's going to happen. biggrin.gif










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This is really neat stuff right here, wish I had the money to do something like this.

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