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{Project: Freeman} T77's Build Log / Benchmarks

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  1. copenhagen69

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    damn that is a tight fit up there!! very nice :toast:
     
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    I am using Gelid's GC-Extreme compound and ready to mount the block.

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    The block has been clean internally and is looking sharp!....well as sharp as my crappy camera gets.:rolleyes:

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    Man thats a sweet logo in there :)
     
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    Wile E Power User

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    posting to sub
     
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    That's pretty tight, but just right. :D
     
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    Yes it is! What did you use to sprread it?
     
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  8. t77snapshot

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    a credit card.
     
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    :eek: That is a very expensive "applicator" :D

    Subbed:cool:
     
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  10. t77snapshot

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    Ghetto mod!!!!

    oh right so I ran into a problem when I mounted the top rad, I couldn't screw down the back corner part of the top plastic bezel because the radiator is in the way of the screw holes.

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    I managed to find a plastic strap with an adhesive backing and stick it to the bezel.

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    I then drilled a hole so I could pull the strap tight and screw it down thus holding the top bezel down to the case. As long as I dont knock it around to much it should be fine.

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    I guess this could be in the ghetto mod section too.:roll:
     
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  11. Loosenut

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    Can I borrow it to spread some TIM too? ;)

    :ohwell:
     
  12. (FIH) The Don

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    where will you mount the fans?on top of the rad?

    lookin good so far :rockout:
     
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    Top notch ghetto mod there.
     
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    Lets answer that with a picture:p

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    ^stock pic
     
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    nice :rockout:
     
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    t_ski Former Staff

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    So, do the fans fit under the top panel then?
     
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    very nice T77, I want to see it finished.-
     
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    Yes.
     
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    sweet :)
     
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    The second radiator (RX120) will be mounted in the front 5.25" drive bays. I will be using two Noctua NF-P12's as the push\pull fan config. I was originally going to use one Noctua and a stock CM fan but decided to use the stock fan elsewhere. I am trying to improve the acoustics on this semi-new build. Also using the clear tubing just for exact length cuts for when I get the black/ orange tubing.


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  21. MT Alex

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    Yah, buddy!
    Looks like there was some other jazz going on around the corner that you didn't take pics of.:)

    Those are some spendy rad fans.
     
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    t_ski Former Staff

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    They are a bit more expensive than your run-of-the-mill variety, but they have a higher static pressure that makes them ideal for rads.
     
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  23. MT Alex

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    You're right. I was confusing them with the S12, which I have heard have poor rad performance.
     
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    Oh mi....sexy. Looking berry g00d home skallit!

    /me Hunts fer da Subscribe button! :B
     
  25. Josh154

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    Lookin good man! What else needs to be done? You have all the rads pump and res and blocks mounted correct? Lets see some temps!
     

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