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Old 13-06-10, 03:00 PM
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wced antec 900

got bored so i thought i stick a 360 rad internally in antec 900:



cut steel roof for space



rad in



rad in mounted witha 5.25" fan mount



rest of the loop in and leak testing



pic of fan controller and ek res and ddc pro sorry for blurry phone pics :P



tight squeeze for tubes :P



mobo in very close





final 2 pics

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Old 13-06-10, 04:51 PM
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Is the hose squashed going down the side of the rad?
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Old 13-06-10, 05:58 PM
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yea lol, i made it so i can go above the rad but i cut it a bit too short and krinked, also i aint got no spear hosing so i had to move it down instead. its not really squashed alot so i dont think it make a big differnce with flow as im using a ddc pro with delta v3.

oh forgot to mention the hdd is actually mounted on other side of 5.25" bay
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