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post #21 of 268 (permalink) Old 11-11-2013, 11:35 AM
 
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BTW, do love your build up, I sub'd. Will be following since both our builds will be very similar in components.

One thing, really surprised by the choice of the Formula MB? For similar money there are others out there will significant advantages in terms of wifi, sound, and PCI e 3.0 throughput(ie: plz 8747 bus expansion/controller). Even an M atx board as well.
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post #22 of 268 (permalink) Old 11-11-2013, 12:06 PM
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i noticed you are not using the intergrated water channel in the board...

i know its aluminium but it has a coating, a rather thick one IIRC....

shouldn't cause any issues.

http://rog.asus.com/tag/aluminum-copper-mix/

its anodized.
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i noticed you are not using the intergrated water channel in the board...

i know its aluminium but it has a coating, a rather thick one IIRC....

shouldn't cause any issues.

http://rog.asus.com/tag/aluminum-copper-mix/

its anodized.

You are correct. However, my concern with the CrossChill block is that, while it is anodized, the rest of components in my loop are not. I'm not quite comfortable including that block in the loop at this point, especially considering that I don't really "need" to water-cool the chipset.
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subbed. Really interested in how you are going to end up doing the loop.

Thinking I might do something similar, same config 2x gpu 1x cpu 360/240mm rad. Going to order parts this weekend smile.gif

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Are you going to remove the 5.25inch bays? If so, you might want to try fitting a 420mm up top.
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