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Different loop set up.
I was actually thinking about that. But with some other builds for ex. that use more than 1 video card (dual SLI/Crossfire or more) the waterblock bridge is running on both ports of the waterblock. Got me thinking it's possible this way.
There are actually 2 tubes above & below the GPU waterblock. Nothing is final yet on the loop as I'm still have some stuff to finish with my cable management on this build (still need to find a better way to put the 24 pin power cable). Might change the routing of the tube back to my initial plan routing method (image below). Just looking for a better, less complicated way of tube routing that is easy for me to make some changes later on in the inside of the case by just...
Not tested yet on this build but I've used a similar AIO pump on my Corsair 250D build for a year now & it works fine.
Preview of my Ncase M1 cable management.
I got a question on the 6+2 pci-e cable on SF600 psu. Is it possible to crimp additional wires as double 6+2 on a single pci-e cable? I like to use only a single pci-e cable to power an 8+6 video card rather than two.
I'm planning in selling mine as I'm not using it anymore. It's comes with (1) additional moded side panel besides the original. I also sleeved some cables. PM me know if you're interested.
Finally got my new M1 few days ago. What a huge difference in size compared with my other pc cases. While not as beautiful as my Obsidian 250D it's still a nice looking case & it's also very small & compact. I'll be using old components from my previous build on this one. Also going on the cheapest & easiest route water cooling both GPU & CPU on this one using Corsair H55 AIO cooler.
You don't necessarily need a drive bay for SSD. You can use a velcro or double sided adhesive tape & stick it anywhere inside the case. As for fan controller, why not use the mobos fan controller instead hence its only a m-ITX build.
Mind telling us the reason why the need of multiple drive support. Typical builds nowadays only use 1 or 2 HDDs for storage. Some even only use a network NAS cloud storage (by setting up iSCSI LUN) & completely eliminated internal HDD storage on their builds. With most pc case manufacturers getting rid of 5.25" drive bays, it's gonna be hard finding a m-ITX case with a particular specs that you're looking for.
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