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Old 10-15-2017, 07:48 PM - Thread Starter
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Good luck, make sure to buy lots of tubing if you are going to do lots of double 90 bends. I suggest buying multilink fittings and only bending the tube one time so you can adjust by cutting. Bending a tube twice is really difficult to get right. And if you dont get it right. it's trash

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lets try this again

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GPU water blocks should be here soon to complete the loop.

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Old 10-17-2017, 03:19 AM - Thread Starter
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GPU water blocks should be here soon to complete the loop.

very nice

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Hi all,

can anyone confirm if this case can do both a reverse AND chimney orientation simultaneously, or is either one or the other?

thanks in advance,

Yes you can do that.

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Yes you can do that.


Oh that's great, have an FT02 and would like to maintain identical orientation


do you have the case?

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Old 10-20-2017, 05:31 AM
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Well, yes and no.
I have it in the office here.

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Hi, Thanks !

1. I have a ek slim rad and a ek 48mm rad on there. there is PLENTY of rad space in this case the top clearance is pretty good. i believe jays2cents fit a 60mm ( may have been 48 ) rad on the top section of the case on a video he did recently.
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Hello Again , i have a quick question as i cant decide which way to go. as the case will be here on sunday

- i am planning to install two rads in there. either (2 x 420mm EK CE) or (1 x 420 EK CE placed in the top + 1 x 360 EK XE placed in the front)

which way to go ? as you have the case will this actually work or fit ? which is the better option ?

i want to have a good space for the 8 Pin EPS in case anything happen if need to disconnect it ( jaytwocent had trouble with that) as also i am planning to use 16mm OD PETG tubes

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