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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-11-2017, 11:31 PM - Thread Starter
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Finally got the BH8 today so I'll be moving the green lantern build out of the S8. This will be the third case this build has seen lol. The plan is to put a 240 xflow rad up top and move the white rad from the S8 to the front of the BH8. There should be just enough room...if I measured right tongue.gif

Here's some case pics for ya. I also grabbed a set of case feet from primochill when I got the fittings/rad for the purple build. They aren't quite as big as I had hoped, but they look pretty good.






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Subbed. I wanted this case.

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Well I'm not going to be able to use both rads after all. Just not enough clearance to mount them top/front like I wanted. I could put one on the bottom of the case, but there's a lot less airflow down there. Here's a few pics, just need to do a few tube runs and put another fan or two in.





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Final pics time! I may add some kind of lighting to it in the future but I'm not sure if I want to go UV or just white light. Besides, it's a real pain to get that shell off tongue.gif












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Yeah, that's a perfect level of light.

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This is gorgeous! Amazing job biggrin.gif

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Quote: Originally Posted by Deedaz View Post
Final pics time! I may add some kind of lighting to it in the future but I'm not sure if I want to go UV or just white light. Besides, it's a real pain to get that shell off











How did you mount the pump combo over the radiator? and which pump combo is that? Awesome job.

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Stellar job on your BH8!

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