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  1. I actually have a core X9 but with the drive bay covers off there is a large square in the front I am looking to cover.
  2. I am not sure if Thermaltake sells these or where I can get one but I have managed to completely fan filter all of the vents on my computer case with the exception of a large hole in the front of my case that is about 200mm in size. A 200mm fan filter would work perfectly for this spot. Is there a 200mm case fan filter? Thanks for help. PCD_R
  3. Hello there, I am getting ready to do a build out of a TT Core X9 and I was thinking about liquid cooling. I know all about closed loop options, but am much less familiar with a custom loop. So, here is my question: Q. Would it be better for me to used closed loop options only like the GTX Titan X Hybrid as well as the closed loop cooler i have specified for the CPU I will be using, or should I look into getting a full custom loop liquid cooler? I know that a custom loop takes quite a bit more maintenance, and I like more of the hands free approach, after the build is complete of course, but which method should I use? Thanks for any help that you can provide and see below for current build specs. PCD_R https://www.facebook.com/PCDesignerR x1 TT Core X9 case. x1 Intel i7-5960X 8 core 3.0Ghz Processor. x1 Asus X99 Delux MB with U3.1. x1 AX series 1200i 1200 watt PSU from Corsair. x1 Corsair sleeved cable kit RED for modular PSU. x1 Set of 32GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 Quad Channel 3000Mhz memory. x1 Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD. x1 Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD. x1 GTX Titan X Superclocked GPU. x1 Corsair H100i GTX 280mm closed loop High Peformance CPU liquid cooler. Lots of 120mm Corsair High Performance Edition case fans. All case fans will have a fine mesh fan filter over each fan. A few more 140mm case fans and possibly one or two 200mm's, all filtered. The desktop will include an Asus AC wireless card. The desktop will include an external Asus blu-ray reader/writer. I am thinking of adding a liquid cooling loop that cools the GPU, CPU, and chipset, among other things, but may need additional help as I have not installed a custom loop LCS before.
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    Core X Series

    Hello there, I am getting ready to do a build out of a TT Core X9 and I was thinking about liquid cooling. I know all about closed loop options, but am much less familiar with a custom loop. So, here is my question: Q. Would it be better for me to used closed loop options only like the GTX Titan X Hybrid as well as the closed loop cooler i have specified for the CPU I will be using, or should I look into getting a full custom loop liquid cooler? I know that a custom loop takes quite a bit more maintenance, and I like more of the hands free approach, after the build is complete of course, but which method should I use? Thanks for any help that you can provide and see below for current build specs. PCD_R https://www.facebook.com/PCDesignerR x1 TT Core X9 case. x1 Intel i7-5960X 8 core 3.0Ghz Processor. x1 Asus X99 Delux MB with U3.1. x1 AX series 1200i 1200 watt PSU from Corsair. x1 Corsair sleeved cable kit RED for modular PSU. x1 Set of 32GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 Quad Channel 3000Mhz memory. x1 Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD. x1 Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD. x1 GTX Titan X Superclocked GPU. x1 Corsair H100i GTX 280mm closed loop High Peformance CPU liquid cooler. Lots of 120mm Corsair High Performance Edition case fans. All case fans will have a fine mesh fan filter over each fan. A few more 140mm case fans and possibly one or two 200mm's, all filtered. The desktop will include an Asus AC wireless card. The desktop will include an external Asus blu-ray reader/writer. I am thinking of adding a liquid cooling loop that cools the GPU, CPU, and chipset, among other things, but may need additional help as I have not installed a custom loop LCS before.
  5. PCDesignerR

    Core X9

    Is there something missing from this? I notice you have some Kingston products there but I didn't see Kingston in the list.
  6. PCDesignerR

    Core X9

    Hey, can you tell me where you get extra long sleeved cabling like that? I am using an AX series 1200i PSU and I am always looking for as much sleeved cabling as I can get. Are you using custom sleeved cables in this build?
  7. Building a MONSTER computer

  8. I was wondering if it is possible that anyone knows of to get the Riing series 120mm LED RED case fans with red sleeved cable sleeving or not. Thanks for any help.
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