360mm Rad in an Armor+ Updated pics pg2

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  1. lowdog

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    Just a question, where did you get the mounting bracket for the Fuzion waterblock?
     
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    Thanks for your kind words everyone:)

    Now that you mention it, it does look lapped, but it isn't, thats AS5 still on the cpu.

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    Got it from the US, can't remember the store now, but I think it was Performance PC, all other places wanted up to US$80 for postage, just crazy. I think I paid around AU$35 all up inc post.
     
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    Bit of an update.

    I thought I'd try and see if the Thermochill PA120.3 would fit just for something to do and also changed the setup a touch.

    As you can see it does fit. Temps are virtualy the same as before as I expected, even though the Thermochill is a bit bigger than the Alpha.

    This time I wanted to make it look even better than last time.

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    I've got the same case and i fitted my 360mm rad down the bottom like so.

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    Alba that is loco
    Another graphics card too for good measure. :leet:

    What is the coolant you are using? Ruby rose food dye? :D
     
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    looking good alba, amazing what you can fit where when you really give it a think and try.
     
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    That looks good, I though about doing that, but I have 6 HDD's so need the HDD cage.

    Yeah the camera flash makes it look like that.
    Nulon red not food dye lol

    cheers mate
     
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    looks good alba. how you going the the vc noise??
     
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    Just ordered the i7 mounting kit for my Fuzion v1 block from Radiical Computing here in Aus....$55 all up. Hope it preforms better than my Swiftech GTZ.
     
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    F3L1X did you cut out mounting holes etc for that? could i have the sketch if you have one?
     
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    Thanks mate. I'm not sure what your question is though!! Do you mean WC noise?
     
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    Testing temps as some people inc myself though that there might be some air restrictions to the rad.

    i7 950 @ 4GHz running LinX

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