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post #41 of 405 (permalink) Old 10-11-2012, 12:32 PM
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one question, how are you going to route your 24pin and 6/8 pin cables?
EDIT: is it through the one hole in the back under the mobo?

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Got a small update for you all here.

Added a hole and re-used one of the many many grommets that came with case. I feel like it came out really nice. Only down side was me breathing in a ton of dremel dust trying to get a good view.

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As you can see it's in a nice position to run all my PSU wiring through.

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Just a couple more overview shots. As you can see it's filthy in there again. doh.gif

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Also I finally got my frozencpu order today. Placed this order on Sunday night and I don't think they shipped until Tuesday. O'well been kinda busy watching the Tigers after work anyway. biggrin.gif

So here is what I got:

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6 Akasa Viper 140mm fans
2 250 ml Bitspower res'. I really have to say, these Bitspower res' blow away the one EK res I decided to get. The build and material quality is just so much better.

Had to set em' up on one of the rads to see how they would look/fit.

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Finally everything all laid out together.

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Soo, that brings me to my next question for you guys. Although they are awesome fans, I didn't realize when I bought them that they can't be disassembled. rolleyes.gif

That means that attempting to paint the blades just became a heck of a lot harder. So I'm contemplating leaving them yellow. It's not thaat far off from my green I guess. What do you guys think?

So my to do list:

Paint fans (or not)
Fit res' install mounts
Drill/cut holes for tubing
Test mount rads!

To order list:
7 more Akasa Vipers
Bitspower Top/Dress kit
Fan controller (looking for suggestions here)

Eventually after getting most everything into place I will likely need more fittings.
Also eventually sleeving supplies.

Thanks for stopping by!
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Subbed. Love the colors. That case is a biggen isn't it.

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Got a small update for you all here.
Added a hole and re-used one of the many many grommets that came with case. I feel like it came out really nice. Only down side was me breathing in a ton of dremel dust trying to get a good view.
20121010_010634.jpg
20121010_010932.jpg
20121010_010959.jpg
As you can see it's in a nice position to run all my PSU wiring through.
20121010_013806.jpg
20121010_013813.jpg
Just a couple more overview shots. As you can see it's filthy in there again. doh.gif
20121010_013831.jpg
20121010_013854.jpg
Also I finally got my frozencpu order today. Placed this order on Sunday night and I don't think they shipped until Tuesday. O'well been kinda busy watching the Tigers after work anyway. biggrin.gif
So here is what I got:
P1020842.jpg
6 Akasa Viper 140mm fans
2 250 ml Bitspower res'. I really have to say, these Bitspower res' blow away the one EK res I decided to get. The build and material quality is just so much better.
Had to set em' up on one of the rads to see how they would look/fit.
P1020844.jpg
P1020845.jpg
Finally everything all laid out together.
P1020847.jpg
Soo, that brings me to my next question for you guys. Although they are awesome fans, I didn't realize when I bought them that they can't be disassembled. rolleyes.gif
That means that attempting to paint the blades just became a heck of a lot harder. So I'm contemplating leaving them yellow. It's not thaat far off from my green I guess. What do you guys think?
So my to do list:
Paint fans (or not)
Fit res' install mounts
Drill/cut holes for tubing
Test mount rads!
To order list:
7 more Akasa Vipers
Bitspower Top/Dress kit
Fan controller (looking for suggestions here)
Eventually after getting most everything into place I will likely need more fittings.
Also eventually sleeving supplies.
Thanks for stopping by!

Yea i would wait and see how it looks complete, you can always change fans later i guess?
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Subbed. Love the colors. That case is a biggen isn't it.

Thanks! Yes it is, but it's amazing how small it's going to look now that I'm filling it up...
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They yellow fans will be a nice accent to the case. leave them alone.

I think you're right. wink.gif
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Yea i would wait and see how it looks complete, you can always change fans later i guess?

I'm going to finish the build completely then if I can't stand them I'll take them back out (nbd) and paint them.
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Don't quote all the photos please....

Yes to this. When quoting a post like that select all the photos/text and click the "spoiler" button (looks like a blacked out quote bubble) at the top of the Reply pane. If you wouldn't mind could you actually edit your post like that? It will help keep the thread clean. Thanks!

Oh and sorry Fuganater, I think I'm going to be using the copper plugs. Hadn't realized that the BP ones are $4.99 a piece, and you won't be able to see them anyway.
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