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post #51 of 217 (permalink) Old 03-05-2012, 07:35 AM
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Wows, tight fit, but I guess with a rad that size it's too be expected. Looking good, sub'd.



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Wows, tight fit, but I guess with a rad that size it's too be expected. Looking good, sub'd.

Yeah, I didn't expect a tight fit.....everywhere! But, on the upside, if you have the right barbs/compression fittings, you can make it work. thumb.gif


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Oh boy that looks tight. The IO plugs are PS/2, is it not possible to cut them off or something? Who uses PS/2 nowadays tongue.gif
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Oh boy that looks tight. The IO plugs are PS/2, is it not possible to cut them off or something? Who uses PS/2 nowadays tongue.gif

I guess you can cut them off. But it's really only kissing the I/O shield. I still use the ps/2 for trouble shooting. thumb.gif


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I will tell you this much this thing is looking amazing. Nice work miron! Can't wait to see the finished product, and get back to BF3!!! I NEED MY FIX HAHA J/K !!! Take your time, your doing great man.
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I will tell you this much this thing is looking amazing. Nice work miron! Can't wait to see the finished product, and get back to BF3!!! I NEED MY FIX HAHA J/K !!! Take your time, your doing great man.

Thanks! Finally made an account. haha! I guess you saw your rig when your dropped off the cables. thumb.gif


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made me sniffle hahaha OF JOY OF COURSE!!!! Don't hate on me! Anywho Cant wait till you add that bacon grease in the tubes for extra coolness!
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Looking Beastly sir! I have done something similar on my air cooled cases where I get out the bottom and top to add a fan. The white case really looks good with that black, on my last built I painted the steel white and left the plastic black to achieve pretty much what you have there. I am subbing this just so I can drool..and who knows after collage I may need to build something of the sort...

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made me sniffle hahaha OF JOY OF COURSE!!!! Don't hate on me! Anywho Cant wait till you add that bacon grease in the tubes for extra coolness!

haha, do an epic meal time and use bacon grease for the liquid!
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Looking Beastly sir! I have done something similar on my air cooled cases where I get out the bottom and top to add a fan. The white case really looks good with that black, on my last built I painted the steel white and left the plastic black to achieve pretty much what you have there. I am subbing this just so I can drool..and who knows after collage I may need to build something of the sort...

Thanks bro! I'd like to see some pics if you have any! Sound like a really cool build.



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Its Great to see another Virginia overclocker building such a rig!!! SUBBED!!thumb.gif


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