up grade rad in EXOS

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Fluxc0re
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up grade rad in EXOS

Postby Fluxc0re » Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:22 pm

Phobya G-Changer 360 Ver. 1.2 Black ,Looks like the one i need but it is deep
Or mabe this one
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Re: up grade rad in EXOS

Postby Ace0751 » Mon Feb 13, 2012 3:28 pm

The rad in that exos is specifically designed for that unit. You could modify it but will have a very tough time doing it. The aluminum rad is not that bad I have it hooked up to the video card and never had one problem with it. It's been in other setups and still no problems. Why do you want to replace it.
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Re: up grade rad in EXOS

Postby Fluxc0re » Mon Feb 13, 2012 3:55 pm

Because there is room for a 2 fin rad in there.and I am getting 3.4LPM so i have lots of pump headspace .
So i figured ,why not .
i7950,EX21050,INSFM17N,SENAP008BP,CTRCD12,CPU360,GTX570,GTX560,6x1Gig,AX860i,
ThermaltakeMax2533,EVGAClassified141GTE770,FilterandRez.3.7LpmDCN "Einstein@home"
i7-920,RP-1005,ATI5770,12 Gigs of Kingston,Rad.Swifteck MCR-320.BF3 Box


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