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Old 17-07-08, 12:34 AM
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looking sweet. And yeah small top, what ate we doing about a RES??

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Old 17-07-08, 01:09 AM
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cool, my plan is to make the mobo tray hinged at the front (where the hoses come out) so you can lift it up to service the bottom half.
That sounds like a plan!
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Old 17-07-08, 01:26 AM
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looking sweet. And yeah small top, what ate we doing about a RES??
I dont use them, but if you want Il figure a place to put one.
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Old 17-07-08, 08:49 AM
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I love the way its looking so far. Its crazy i was just out searching for cube cases today when i ran by this from a google search. I havent seen it listed but I would love to get a ball park figure for what one of these is gonna cost. my psu is going out right now so figure its time to upgrade cases while im working on it
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Old 17-07-08, 10:55 PM
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I dont use them, but if you want Il figure a place to put one.
Well, I've never tried a T-line setup before

Another question, what RAD? as i know the 120.3 has a different fan space layout
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Old 17-07-08, 10:58 PM
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Well, I've never tried a T-line setup before

Another question, what RAD? as i know the 120.3 has a different fan space layout
maybe the water cooling experts can chime in on this, but I find no difference in temps using a T-line. (not to mention it eliminates the chance of a res failure)

as to the Rads, let me know what one the 3 of you will use and Il make the case for it.

PS: anyone got a PA 120.2? I could use it in my new case.
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Old 17-07-08, 11:05 PM
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My rad is MCR220-QP from swiftech.

It is only a 120.2 so I will have the extra space of the triple.. or maybe upgrade to a triple in the future.

Thanks for all the help so far Mark!
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Old 17-07-08, 11:07 PM
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no prob at all Tox, Il make yours with the dual rad and an extra fan.
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Old 17-07-08, 11:20 PM
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no prob at all Tox, Il make yours with the dual rad and an extra fan.
Thank you mate!

Cannot wait to see what your creative mind can churn out.
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Old 18-07-08, 12:22 PM
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So far i only have the pump/block as i sold the other parts with my case...so anything goes for me, i can buy the parts to fit the case

I dont mind having a t-line if its the same temps and just as easy to fill. Same with the rad really, if it gives the same temps (or better due to extra fan) i dont really mind/care lol

im lookin to cool my quad, 8800gt and possibly the mobo too. These will probably be upgraded so im not sure if that = more heat or less heat looking at the way next gen tech is going. How hot do x2 cards etc. get?

Just wondering if a dual rad would cope with all the strain
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