Okay, sorry for the wait.. I have tons of pics!
All 4 of my packages came today, (Friday) and it felt like Christmas.
I'll let the pictures explain themselves. I got a cut from a sharp edge in the case and it's pretty deep... it hurts to type, lol.
Although I have the strength to type, I bought the stackable MCR320 to go with my current MCR320, and I have to say this thing looks badass. Paired with a x2 120mm black acrylic fan grill from MNPCTech. I was originally going to use this on the side panel, but it didn't fit right. Concerning the radiator.. I have a huge complaint.
The method of screwing in the fans is complete BS. Swiftech needs to learn that some fans (Yate Loons that I ordered) don't have gaps inbetween the two mounting holes, (Which is required to mount the fans in the middle.) Since those didn't work I had to go back to my Antec fans, and put the Yate Loons on the bottom... since the push pins didn't work on those either I had to manufacter my own screw lengths just to mount the Yate Loons.
Either way I still love it.
Cut out some anti-noise, or w/e it's called on the false floor, mounted the pump and the Lian-Li HD cage.
Changed out the 80mm fans on my PSU,
There's not enough clearance for the PSU to go in while the false floor is attached, and I'm not about to remove the front panel just to slide it in there. False floor and PSU installed...
Stackables mounted... w00t.
Next few pics are general progression with hardware being installed...
Then I went to the movies... and when I came home I set up the WC. Also fixed problems with the Pump hitting the GTX280, and I had to remove the 120mm bay fan, because the new radiator + the 120mm fan wasn't cutting it and I couldn't have any DVD Drives in there without it running into something.
Ran into some leak problems... I filled the fillport and I looked down, and literally watched (3) little drops form at each end of the T-fitting. :swearing:, Ripped it apart and tightened them a ton, I think when I attached the tubing I twisted it to let it get on better and it might have loosened the fittings. I put more coolant in there and let it sit overnight to see if it still leaks. This is how it sits now.
Anybody notice that the other 2/3 of the side panel isn't installed yet? Well I think it looks horrid and still need to do some work on it. I'm debating what to do with it, I think at this point using it would ruin the case, but then again what will I put there?
Also, when you're filling a T-Line, do you seriously have to fill a little, run pump... fill a little.. run pump... and so on? This seems like the only way I can fill the loop. This is my first time doing a T-Line so suggestions are appreciated. Also, is my loop setup correctly?
. BTW: I'm using red coolant because since my tubes are black the only place I can see the coolant is in the 90* angle and the T-Line. I wanted to be able to see it there so I can easily see leaks.
OT: I have 35rep but I can't post in the For Sale section(s). Why?