Thread: Completed Bitfenix Ghost WC build
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Old October 16, 2012, 11:03 AM
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Spent most of the day tearing down and draining an old loop so only a few pics for today.....




Both the sabertooth and the TX will be going into this build, and a thread earlier today got me thinking about how much this "couple" has changed homes over the last few years. As it stands, they've been installed in a Cosmos S, a Lian Li Pitstop T60, and now they're moving into a Bitfenix Ghost. For the Sabertooth, it's one extra as it spent a little bit of time in my TT lvl 10 GT with a different PSU. :)





I'll be going with 3/8" barbs / tubing this time around but have enough compression / angled fittings this time around that I'll be able to keep the loop tight (unlike my initial GT build). An EK-Supreme HF (nickel) will be going back on, and a Thermochill PA 120.2 that 3.0Charlie was kind enough to install thread adapters into will be going up top and the Swiftech QP might make an appearance just to get some clearance pics if the larger PA is a tight fit.

Folks who've sold me WC gear will probably recognise some of those barbs... Pretty sure the 90deg and the full 45deg (not the adapters) came with kit I purchased here. :)
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