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Damnit now i have to do it.

Well my PSU dosent want to go straight.

 
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Put some support brackets under it maybe?
 

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Remove the little rubber bumpers and mount the PSU ont he the Water cooling platform that comes with the case. It's the perfect height and what I used.

In case you don't know what it is, it's this:



Good luck.
 
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You guys and your fancy air coolers talking about how great air is after I spend a few hundred on water... And have this break... First break on 5/8"

http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa285/TemperVale/Picture001.jpg

2nd break on 1/2 "

http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa285/TemperVale/IMG_0543.jpg

Moral of story is, don't use plastic barbs and if you water cool, you better have shiz that's going to last a while because tearing this system apart two times since initial water cooling install is all I will bear. If this thing drips again, some stuff's going on the fs forum.:mad:
ever had the niagara falls in your rig?;) try to imagine, how much i peed myself, in the moment i heard: "KA-SLOSH!":laugh:
 

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It just came right off? :eek:
 
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Unfortunately i dont know where mine is :banghead:
I know where it's at PP.. in the Pile you have with everything else.. :laugh: Any way to buy that piece on line?
 
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I wish it where but its not :(
 
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ever had the niagara falls in your rig?;) try to imagine, how much i peed myself, in the moment i heard: "KA-SLOSH!":laugh:
No, no niagra yet. Both times I was fortunate to at the keyboard when I heard air in the loop. Never heard air before, maybe it's a rogue water bubble?

It's getting louder, wtf... Better turn it off.

There's water on the bottom of my case. *reaches around inside reservoir, hand returns with snapped plastic barb*

So I buy enough 1/2" to redo the smaller stuff, bought two new barbs, forgot there were still two 1/2" ones that hadn't cracked. I thought, maybe they'll hold out. :banghead:

First one snapped where I clamped it in, 2nd one snapped where it screws into res on the threaded side.

No fried gear yet, I can be at least thankful for that.
 
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It's just not the same when you can see the cathode :S



Think I'll just push the drive cages forward an inch or so and get some tape or something to keep it back.
 

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that's a bright cathode!
 

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that is a bright cathode! what kind is that! my M59 case has a Smoke colored glass side panel and my blue cathode really dont shine that well BUT with one of those it would be SWEET!! i need one POST model number!
 
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I thought maybe it was just my camera, but I took a picture with the flash on and it's still bright lol.



that is a bright cathode! what kind is that! my M59 case has a Smoke colored glass side panel and my blue cathode really dont shine that well BUT with one of those it would be SWEET!! i need one POST model number!
They're Lamptron and rated at 29,000 cd/m2. The Lamptron site doesn't have any model number but here's where I bought them from: Click
 
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dam that cant be good on the eyes!
pure uv.... id stay away from that unless you like looking into the flash from a mig welder and going blind.
That's what it's equivalent to I bet :shadedshu
 

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Had to clean out the HAF922 my girlfriend uses, so I decided to house her rig in something else....





What is really funny is this chassis has solid doors, and I still had to be sure the wires are tidy and tied out of the way...not sure if its OCD or I'm just picky about such things. Oh and I need to order a SATA optical drive, that ribbon just dont cut it;)
 
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Lian Li correct? That looks stunning dude :respect:
 

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yes sir, the PC-X1000 to be more specific.

Thanks bro:toast: Also I swapped out the front view image. Can see more without the GPU support bar in:)
 
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do you ever worry about that thing falling over? :D

gorgeous case btw.
 

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do you ever worry about that thing falling over?
Actually once its full of parts its pretty weighty. It sits on the floor next to her desk, so I'm not too worried about it going anywhere.
 

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yes sir, the PC-X1000 to be more specific.

Thanks bro:toast: Also I swapped out the front view image. Can see more without the GPU support bar in:)
it's a thing of beauty bro!
 
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