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My parts are slowly coming in,hopefully between now and the next 2 weeks i will have all my parts....


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Which XSPC 360 did you have installed on top?

Edit: NVM. It's an EX360. Glad to know the parts are coming in. Hope to see the build soon!
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Which XSPC 360 did you have installed on top?
I have the EX 360 installed....


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I'm on my phone so everything's like teeny-tiny tongue.gif Didn't see the label right away. Thanks though!
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The rubber grommets are a reasonable idea but the 3mm allen bolts that come with Alphacool rads slide right through them. I only had a few washers around so this will do till I can find some black ones.



Magnetic radiator filter on first, and magnetic mesh covers it nicely! Doesn't sit up or appear obvious ... I was worried how this would turn out.









Erk ... terrible pics as usual. Will try better tomorrow. Quite good initial impressions

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I'm on my phone so everything's like teeny-tiny tongue.gif Didn't see the label right away. Thanks though!
No Prob....thumb.gif


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Here is mine, sorry for the messy tubing this is just temporary till I order some acrylic tubing from primochill.
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Good to see the first build in the club....thumb.gif

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Erk ... terrible pics as usual. Will try better tomorrow. Quite good initial impressions
Nice build mate,did you try using the bottom 240 because im having problems mounting my rad there,may have to do like you and mount it upfront even tho my build plan was for a 360 top and a 240 at the bottom....


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Is that a UT60 or an XT45 you got on top?
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I wonder one thing: If You mount 240rad on the bottom in horizontal position, where can You 'mount' HDD drive ?

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Why did You mount 240 rad with the fittings in the lower position ? Would not it be easier to have the rad upside down ? Then You would not have to use those angle adapters.

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It is an XT45 360 in the roof. The front 240 is that way to make it easier to include the flow meter into the loop. I'm just testing some different arrangements before I change to acrylic tubing anyway. This loop is very temporary just to get the system running. There is a second layer of fans going on too.

I actually didn't try the bottom 240 mount and I meant to, I won't use it because I want storage and other factors but I did mean to investigate it. From looking at it quickly today, only a very short end tank would fit there ... something like the Koolance CU720V


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