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Old 07-09-2010, 06:04 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Great, I'll let you know when I hit a stumbling block. Thanks for the assist man, and congrats on your TF Mod position.
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Alright, started modding the case. See if you can spot the differences between my case and a stock HAF X. I still need to file a few things down, mount some trim along edges, and finish painting a few others.... It's far enough along, that I dont mind posting pics though.
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Alright, started modding the case. See if you can spot the differences between my case and a stock HAF X. I still need to file a few things down, mount some trim along edges, and finish painting a few others.... It's far enough along, that I dont mind posting pics though.
You can do better with those tubing runs. Lot of waste. I would try re-planning it.
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You can do better with those tubing runs. Lot of waste. I would try re-planning it.
Okay, I'm game.... How would you route a dual loop setup differently in this case? I'm very anxious to compare my past setups with what you think I can do with these components. As always any help is appreciated.

My current loop setups are as follows....
GPU loop= Rad1>GPU1>GPU2>res+pump>Rad1
CPU loop= Rad2>CPU> 5.25" bay-res>pump>Drainage port> Rad2
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Just a note, if you ever cool the mosfets, put them in last in any loops you do, as they do get crazy hot, and will cause w/e after them to run warmer than needed.
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Just a note, if you ever cool the mosfets, put them in last in any loops you do, as they do get crazy hot, and will cause w/e after them to run warmer than needed.
Thanks for the advice man, thats my next upgrade (chipset/mosfet) and I'll be sure to remember the order.
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