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10-20-2019 06:01 AM
v1ral Hello,
I am trying to get some replacement motherboard mounting screws, does anyone know the size? Is it 6-32 x 1/4in? or is it M3.5 x 6mm?

Thanks in advance!
10-14-2019 09:13 AM
scgt1 Well the time has come for me to move on from my custom red, white, and black Powder coated and painted 540. It's time for a change though. Off to Fleabay she goes. It's been great guys.
10-14-2019 09:05 AM
mfdoom7 has anyone added radiator space more than 280mm + 360mm ? like remoce hdd slots and add radiator ?
10-11-2019 04:17 AM
aepseidhe Hi,
could anyone help me with the clarification ... what is the CPU cooler clearance? Based on spec it's 170mm but it looks like it's more than 185mm. I am doing something wrong with the measurements?

Thanks,
aepseidhe
09-09-2019 02:03 PM
Sir Beregond Must be the fittings I am using. I couldn't get a 360 rad to fit up front without probably cutting out that hard drive bay.

Nice builds all.
07-23-2019 03:33 PM
Robert Nadar
Quote: Originally Posted by NTEAM View Post
update my 540


Quote: Originally Posted by NTEAM View Post
Quote:Originally Posted by xTesla1856 

Where did you get that side panel? I must know!


drill and put button inside
but tempered glass will break if we drill right? Did you use acrylic glass?
07-23-2019 03:33 PM
Robert Nadar
Quote: Originally Posted by NTEAM View Post
Quote:Originally Posted by xTesla1856 

Where did you get that side panel? I must know!


drill and put button inside
but tempered glass will break if we drill right? Did you use acrylic glass?
10-25-2018 02:18 PM
BigCatRoach
Quote: Originally Posted by dante`afk View Post

big thanks dude!!!

as I'm new to WC, are res/pump combos like EK or aquacomputer aqualis good/silent/low vibration? or should I rather put the pump on a shoggy sandwich and the res on its own somewhere else?
How do you fill your res if you put it at the back compartment above the PSU, there is no space? Do you fill it externally and then mount it?
Here is how I fill the back of mine got the idea from frozencpu's air540 that they used to sell. Also going back to your last question I have a PE 240 on top push pull and PE 360 push with fans outside of the case. No modding to make them fit. I have since removed the push on the top rad cause I felt like it wasn't all that necessary.

Here is my build log it might help if you want to do a pass though like mine to fill.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...build-log.html
10-21-2018 08:40 PM
CptAsian
Quote: Originally Posted by dante`afk View Post

big thanks dude!!!

as I'm new to WC, are res/pump combos like EK or aquacomputer aqualis good/silent/low vibration? or should I rather put the pump on a shoggy sandwich and the res on its own somewhere else?
How do you fill your res if you put it at the back compartment above the PSU, there is no space? Do you fill it externally and then mount it?

I have no experience with custom watercooling loops, so I can't really answer any of those questions, sorry.
10-21-2018 07:44 PM
dante`afk
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big thanks dude!!!

as I'm new to WC, are res/pump combos like EK or aquacomputer aqualis good/silent/low vibration? or should I rather put the pump on a shoggy sandwich and the res on its own somewhere else?
How do you fill your res if you put it at the back compartment above the PSU, there is no space? Do you fill it externally and then mount it?
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