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post #121 of 268 (permalink) Old 12-01-2013, 08:13 PM
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First post in the forum to your interesting build! biggrin.gif Haha.
I just bought my 750D and similar to your set up. I wont be water cooling my setup, but what your doing is damn interesting.
Nicely done and props!
Hopefully ill get into water cooling, but untill then My only issue is my motherboard and the 750D. Will see when all my parts arrive
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All that's left now is to sand the aluminum bracket and paint it matte black... that thing really took a beating today. tongue.gif

Mounting that res/pump was a lot harder than it looks...
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For the Photon mounting, you used the already in place motherboard standoffs correct?

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For the Photon mounting, you used the already in place motherboard standoffs correct?

Correct. It worked out pretty well, but I had to drill holes in the Photon backplate in order for it to mount properly.
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The drilling is absolutely no problem on my end and I will probably be using the same method to mount it, thanks. I have been meaning to purchase a Photon but had zero idea how I would mount it given its irregular mounting method. +1 thumb.gif

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What color liquid are you going to use in the end?

in life, it's not about getting what you deserve, but getting what you negotiate.
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Distilled water + mayhems biocide extreme + mayhems deep red dye

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Did you have to remove the ROG armor back plate from your Maximus VI Formula to mount it in the 750D?
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Did you have to remove the ROG armor back plate from your Maximus VI Formula to mount it in the 750D?

Yes he did remove the back armor.
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