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08-25-2016 07:29 AM
Coopiklaani Nice build! I have a similar build in the same case. I managed to fit a 280mm radiator at front, a 240mm at the top and a 120mm at the back. So hopefully two 140mm fans produce more airflow than 3 120mm fans so I'll have a slight positive airpressure!
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08-15-2016 01:42 AM
J4ffa This looks sexy as f credit to you.

Also kinda wish i saw this case before i bought my last case and bits as quite like it.
04-15-2016 02:58 PM
Deathtrip2k
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

I got 5 fans into the build so you can do it, just have to move things around. I used the SE in teh top and the PEs in the front. As for filling the loop... grab a valve and get an inline T for it and use it as a drain/fill port. thats what I did. I'll get a video up soon so you can see the actual loop.


I think i got it figured out now smile.gif However, I'de like to be sure of a couple of things before I place a 400 euro order from a company in another contry smile.gif

Do these work the same as these and what OD tube are these for? Only say crystal link but there are 12mm and 16mm crystal link i think??
04-13-2016 08:18 PM
MunneY
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Originally Posted by Deathtrip2k View Post

Yup, the case came today, it simply won't fit so i'll have to send it back for a 30mm rad.

The pum/res combo is a super tight fit. 0.5 more mm and it wouldn't fit at all, the top res fan basicly rests on it. Im not able to fit it on the back 120mm fan slot because the other top rad fan is in the way there. Not sure how to fill the system tough, probably could do it by removing the top fan and the top plug in the res and then slide in a straw squeeze bottle.
I'm unsure since this is my first watercooling build but it looks like i will be able squeeze the fittings in on the front rad.

Loop in this config will be Pump/res -> GPU -> CPU -> Top rad -> Front Rad -> Pump/res


Here are some pictures: http://imgur.com/a/zUIX2

I got 5 fans into the build so you can do it, just have to move things around. I used the SE in teh top and the PEs in the front. As for filling the loop... grab a valve and get an inline T for it and use it as a drain/fill port. thats what I did. I'll get a video up soon so you can see the actual loop.
04-13-2016 09:15 AM
Deathtrip2k
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

the problem I had is that with the boxy way ek rads are made, it caught on the top panel. You may not have the issue, but that was me

Yup, the case came today, it simply won't fit so i'll have to send it back for a 30mm rad.

The pum/res combo is a super tight fit. 0.5 more mm and it wouldn't fit at all, the top res fan basicly rests on it. Im not able to fit it on the back 120mm fan slot because the other top rad fan is in the way there. Not sure how to fill the system tough, probably could do it by removing the top fan and the top plug in the res and then slide in a straw squeeze bottle.
I'm unsure since this is my first watercooling build but it looks like i will be able squeeze the fittings in on the front rad.

Loop in this config will be Pump/res -> GPU -> CPU -> Top rad -> Front Rad -> Pump/res


Here are some pictures: http://imgur.com/a/zUIX2
04-12-2016 07:23 PM
MunneY
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Originally Posted by Deathtrip2k View Post

You were unable to mount a 40mm thick radiator in the top, was that a 280 or a 240? I watched TTL's review of the case and he got a 40mm thick 240 rad up in the top, so i orderd 2x EKWB 240mm rads (PE) wich just arrived today frown.gif ill get the case later this week hopefully

the problem I had is that with the boxy way ek rads are made, it caught on the top panel. You may not have the issue, but that was me
04-12-2016 04:48 PM
xD3aDPooLx
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Originally Posted by Deathtrip2k View Post

You were unable to mount a 40mm thick radiator in the top, was that a 280 or a 240? I watched TTL's review of the case and he got a 40mm thick 240 rad up in the top, so i orderd 2x EKWB 240mm rads (PE) wich just arrived today frown.gif ill get the case later this week hopefully

Above the top panel he may have done it but not below, due to the cable management bar that is in place. There is only 35mm of spacing there.
04-12-2016 01:27 PM
Deathtrip2k You were unable to mount a 40mm thick radiator in the top, was that a 280 or a 240? I watched TTL's review of the case and he got a 40mm thick 240 rad up in the top, so i orderd 2x EKWB 240mm rads (PE) wich just arrived today frown.gif ill get the case later this week hopefully
03-25-2016 08:29 PM
MunneY
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Originally Posted by Bigjk47 View Post

Congrats! I've seen this beautiful build all over IG recently including the EK feature. Awsome case choice and unique twist on the build. Sandwich made me hungry! ?

Yeah... Luckily I have some good people showing it off. It is a great feeling to get the kind of response it got!
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Originally Posted by Deathtrip2k View Post

Still looks very tight, are you talking about the vertical rad mount? or something like this? and should i change the 140 pump combo for the smaller 100? It's not too late for me to call in and have the order changed

I was thinking the first one, but that second one would work as well!
03-25-2016 08:26 PM
Deathtrip2k
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

You should be able to mount it with a radiator mount. I'd mount the fans outside the chassis and then put the res on the rad

Still looks very tight, are you talking about the vertical rad mount? or something like this? and should i change the 140 pump combo for the smaller 100? It's not too late for me to call in and have the order changed
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