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X9999

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Bet you would get some nice temp drops if you took those pretty (restrictive) grill covers off. But with a rad that big it probably doesn't matter much..
theres no temperature difference with them on or off. I put them on so not so much dust builds up on the rad and don't need to blow it out with air every month.
 

bolweval

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New Blocks, Danger Dens, will post more after leak test.





Added quick disconnects at res and last rad so i can easily pull mobo without draining entire system. These high flow disconnects are made by Koolance and seal on both the female and male side when disconnected, with only a drop or two of fluid loss.









Also added a small fan to movethe air between the cards, kinda playing with the idea, it dropped ambient temps on the first card by about 3*c or from 36c to 33c, the other cards ambient temps are 29c.



Also added front user ports, made by Lian Li, kinda missed those after I got this Banchetto.



And last but not least, playing with some UV lights.



Man this case is so easy to work on ; )
 

Jackquelegs

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Don't know how you're supposed to work with those 2 ultra bright fans. Heh, but good build. I like QDCs, but don't think I bothered with it, since my current loop is not coming apart until the next maintenance session.
 

bolweval

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Don't know how you're supposed to work with those 2 ultra bright fans. Heh, but good build. I like QDCs, but don't think I bothered with it, since my current loop is not coming apart until the next maintenance session.
I change out hardware like underwear, I try to have at-least one project a weekend on it, even if its just sleeving a temp probe or swapping out a couple fittings for better looking ones. This hobby is relatively cheap compared to my old hobbies, (dirt bikes and hot rods).

Yea those two bright ass fans gotta go, I bought the fans because I liked the idea of aluminum bodies, didn't even know they had head lights till I opened the package ; (
 

biff

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LOL I prefer 15% myself. Might try that Audi G12 stuff next, just for a break from years 'n' years of green.
 
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