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    wow i love what you have done to the case looks really clean bro! i envy your creativeness

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    Veery nice mod!

    Amazing case!

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    just a trial run of the tubes. it may be revised when better layout arises etc...final tubes will be a black 3400 3/4od tygon



    comments/suggestions are very much welcomed
    Last edited by knet370; 06-19-2008 at 10:21 AM.

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    CPU loop : Have you considered losing the tube from the pump outlet -> radiator? You can use the resevoir as a vertical water transport if you swap the resevoir caps.

    You can have the pump feed water into the single connect point in the bottom cap, and then the top cap can be used to connect the radiator feeder line (the side connect on the top res cap) and a filler/bleeding tube connected to the top barb.

    I have run this config before, and as long as there was water in the filler tube, the micro air bubbles would bleed out in the tube.
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    @friedchicken

    please enlighten me..i am not aware of that..can you make a illustration of what you are saying? ms paint will do. thanks!

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    The filler tube can be clamped to the top of the case for easy fill/drain, or it can be hardmounted.
    This way works if you can mount the resevoir right above the pump inlet to give you enough room to mount the drain tube at the top of the res. You would need a 90 degree elbow to clear the radiator if you can go this route.
    Last edited by Friedchicken; 06-19-2008 at 05:35 PM.
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    yes you are indeed correct. definitely a better tube layout. thank you sir for the suggestion.

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    there are too many turns in the tube from the back res to what i think is the 2nd pump?



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    some minor tube layout revisions...thanks to friedchickens better idea.

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    That's a pretty sweet tube run, great execution, and good idea FC.
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    some minor revisions


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    I would agree to leave the lcd screen out to preserve the sleek design.

    Like the murdered out insides though, good job.

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    very nice case! +1

    just a question? What Ram cooler is that? I found an OCZ one but i want a black one :up

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    They just painted the said cooler black

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    its just a powdercoated ocz ram cooler. ;-)

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    il be using now my 780 instead of the 680i. still waiting for my ek 780i nb block


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    Amazing job! I love the gloss contrast of the radgrill to the case. With super humid climate in the pinas, I knew there had to be quite a few mod/watercooling enthusiasts there. Very clean inside also.

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    I am just in ahhh. Wow I wish I could have the time and money to build a rig like that.
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    beautiful mods and nice picture... very good tubing, looks very good!! keep this going!
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    Very nice build.... I was looking at that case and was planning on doing the same thing that you did. But I decided on a non Tower case build..
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    Ganda! Mabuhay!

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    looks amazing, keep up the good work

    why can't all cases come with powdercoated interiors, they make the cases look 10x better
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