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post #21 of 123 (permalink) Old 05-29-2017, 01:51 AM
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hi guys this is my build just about to start a custom loop started a build log check it out if you like

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hi guys this is my build just about to start a custom loop started a build log check it out if you like


Very nice, love the colour theme smile.gif
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hi guys this is my build just about to start a custom loop started a build log check it out if you like


I should have bough a SFX PSU for mine so I could use aftermarket cards.

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post #24 of 123 (permalink) Old 06-20-2017, 09:56 AM
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Alright...close to final part list I think. Would the Arctic Liquid Freezer 120 fit on the front panel, top position, with the EVGA hybrid cooler mounted on the front panel, bottom position? And then just add an exhaust fan to the rear? Thought about adding 1-2 intake fans on the bottom as well but don't think I'll really need them.

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post #25 of 123 (permalink) Old 06-27-2017, 03:15 AM
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Hello Everyone biggrin.gif

I have a question for doing a custom loop on my Nano S :

I've made a lot of research but i don't find any answer, so i hope you can answer to me :

Do you know if a EK-XRES 100 DDC (link)+ EK-UNI Pump Bracket (link) would fit on the rear fan slot of the case (without fan) ?

The setup would be :

240mm rad front
240mm top (if no clearance issue with the pumb res combo)
Pump Res Combo on rear fan slot

Thanks in advance ! thumb.gif

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Hello Everyone biggrin.gif

I have a question for doing a custom loop on my Nano S :

I've made a lot of research but i don't find any answer, so i hope you can answer to me :

Do you know if a EK-XRES 100 DDC (link)+ EK-UNI Pump Bracket (link) would fit on the rear fan slot of the case (without fan) ?

The setup would be :

240mm rad front
240mm top (if no clearance issue with the pumb res combo)
Pump Res Combo on rear fan slot

Thanks in advance ! thumb.gif

If you can wait another week or so... I can give you the exact measurement as I get my last parts for a similar (2x240 rads) Nano S build.
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Hello,

Sure ! biggrin.gif you will do the same thing with the pump res combo on the rear fan slot ?

Thanks smile.gif

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Sure ! biggrin.gif you will do the same thing with the pump res combo on the rear fan slot ?

Thanks smile.gif

I will use the same bracket to hold the pump, and I am using the same reservoir, but mines are separate (pump + res) I don't have a combo as you.
Also I will mount them in the front of the case...with the GPU in between. Res at the top of the rad...Gpu...pump at the base of the Rad, hope it makes sense smile.gif
But once the top rad is in the case I can give you some measurements.
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yes it does smile.gif i guess you will go like JayzTwoCents build ?

I'll wait no problems !! thank you ! thumb.gif

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yes it does smile.gif i guess you will go like JayzTwoCents build ?

I'll wait no problems !! thank you ! thumb.gif

Have not seen hes build, it's just my "idea" of cramming everything in. Will have to check hes build.
Mine will have some top notch hardware and a 60 mm wide radiator in the front (the XE 240) so I have plenty to think about when it comes to planning and installing things in there..also will have to take in consideration all that hot air that needs exhaustion so I really need that back fan pushing things out...
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