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That looks awesome. But some advice about your AIO. I'd have the pipes coming out of the radiator at the bottom on the case as opposed to the top. If you end up with air in there it could damage your system. If you have then at the bottom, any air that ever gets into the system will be trapped at the top of the radiator with nowhere to go.
Thanks for your suggestion! I have re-arranged my case a bit since the pics were taken. I raised the AIO up a couple inches to make sure the tubes wernt below the pump. I dont think I have enough slack to run the radiator flipped upside down with the tubes at the bottom. It barely makes it to my CPU right now :( I suppose I could move the GPU aio to the side panel and move the CPU aio to the top. Thank you for the like and the tip sir!!
 

keith3_16

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Thanks for your suggestion! I have re-arranged my case a bit since the pics were taken. I raised the AIO up a couple inches to make sure the tubes wernt below the pump. I dont think I have enough slack to run the radiator flipped upside down with the tubes at the bottom. It barely makes it to my CPU right now :( I suppose I could move the GPU aio to the side panel and move the CPU aio to the top. Thank you for the like and the tip sir!!
No problem. having the AIO on the top is the best place to have it imo. yeah having the GPU AIO on the side would probably be the best.
 

6stringFever

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Hello, here is my new build. Maybe too simplistic for some but it suits my needs, it's quiet, power consumption and temperatures are under control, it's easy to move.

I have bought each peace of gear on a 6 months period according to the prices cut but I tried to keep buying quality products.

Case : Fractal Design Define 7 nano
MB : MSI MPG Z790i Edge WiFi (ITX board)
PSU : Seasonic Prime GX 650 (80+ gold 650W)
CPU : intel i5 13400
Cooler : Noctua U12S
GPU : Sapphire Pulse Rx6600
RAM : Kingston Fury Beast KF560C36BBEK2-32 (32GB DDR5 kit 6000 C36 Hynix die)
SSD : nvme Crucial P5plus 1To, Sata 2.5" Samsung 870Evo 1To

I would to buy a B760 board (MSI or Gigabyte) but amazon sold this z790i briefly for almost the B760 price and I thought I will updgrade CPU with a 13gen K (or 14 since it seems that 14Gen will use socket 1700). There is room to upgrade GPU too.
 

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