Converting a air-cooled thermaltake swordm

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commandersalamander
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Converting a air-cooled thermaltake swordm

Postby commandersalamander » Thu Dec 23, 2010 6:53 am

This is going to be my first attempt at a water-cooled build. I already know from browsing the information and support centers that I need somewhere around 850 watts (1 CPU + 2GPU in SLI)of heat dissipation and what kind of pump I need, but what I am wondering is how I will arrange the parts in the system, I plan to assemble it from Koolance parts and a TMS-200, no pansy drop-in-kit ANYTHING. If their is one thing I know, you guy know. Any Ideas on how to orient the parts within the chassis will be greatly appreciated.
MB will be ATX
Here is a link to the product page for my case:
http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Product.a ... 72&ID=1417

Objects of key interest are the rad(s), reservoir, and pump. fancy bells and whistles like UV and meters optional.

Thanks in advance,

Commander Sal

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