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Originally I had the CM692 which was a great case, but I decided to fork out and get a Corsair 650D


I'm VERY pleased with the case. It's great! Plenty of room still being similarly sized to my previous case it still offered more. Also I could still keep all my harddrive cages and watercool my CPU without any issues.

Here're a few leak test images for you to look at








 

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Added some clear tubing, changed my XSPC rad for my PA120.2, some white Bitfenix extension cables and added some of Mayhem's Pastel Blueberry Coolant to the rig.
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It's pretty old news, but I've only managed to get on the forums recently.

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Blueberry Pastel Coolant. Yum!

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PA120.2 instalment. If you want a massive double rad in your 650D just use the other holes in the top mesh to mount it!

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Loop set up.

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Coolant added ready for leak testing!

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Leak testing away!
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Sneak peak at the Bitfenix cables...

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Leak testing still but without the tissues.
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Getting all the bubbles out now.

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Seeing what it's like with the side panel on.

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And completed!

Thanks for viewing. Really glad I have a build which I can be completely proud of.
 
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