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Any active members running the silver arrow in their case? I know there are pics way back. But just curious if a person running one had any thoughts/temps on their personal use of it. Considering getting one.

Just ordered the silver arrow will let you know when it gets here.
    
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post #1392 of 7171
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baddad62- lol crazy, thats a lot of hard drive in that small space up there

I'm also using the Hdd bay as well biggrin.gif after all it's a server thumb.gif

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Question, (Never done watercooling) so if i ask stupid questions, don't shoot me :-) I just want to learn.
Small case with a lot of power and portable and silent ( if possible )
Front : A 180 mm radiator with P/P AP 181 fans
Back: A 120 mm radiator with P/P AP 121fans
Should this be enough to water cool, 2 GTX 680 and a new I7 3770k CPU?
With a Koolance RP-401X2 Single 5.25" Reservoir with dual pump that don't take a lot of space in the case ;-)
Wich loop is the best to drain much heat out the case?
Res and pump --> GFX 1 --> GFX 2 --> RAD 120 mm --> CPU --> Rad 180 MM --> back to pump and res.
or
Res and pump --> GFX 1 --> GFX 2 --> CPU --> RAD 120 mm --> Rad 180 mm --> back to pump and res. ( think the 120 MM rad will suffer a lot of heat )
or
Res and pump --> GFX 1 --> GFX 2 --> Rad 180 mm --> CPU --> Ras 120 mm --> back to pump and res.
or
Res and pump --> Rad 180 mm --> CPU --> Rad 120 mm --> GFX1 --> GFX2 --> back to pump and res.
or
Res and pump --> RAD 180 mm --> RAD 120 mm --> CPU --> GFX1 --> GFX2 --> back to pump and res.
Or just put a corsair H80 on the CPU and let the rest cool on air ( without the HD cage in the front ).
But i"m guessing those cards will fry :-)
Btw, nice looking builds you guys have ! Congratz.

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post #1393 of 7171
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Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

Any active members running the silver arrow in their case? I know there are pics way back. But just curious if a person running one had any thoughts/temps on their personal use of it. Considering getting one.

Just ordered the silver arrow will let you know when it gets here.
Please do thanks. I'm nervous about it touching and shorting the gpu. Need to put something there I think.
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Originally Posted by 66racer View Post

baddad62- lol crazy, thats a lot of hard drive in that small space up there

I'm also using the Hdd bay as well biggrin.gif after all it's a server thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by GrimReaperhdi View Post

Question, (Never done watercooling) so if i ask stupid questions, don't shoot me :-) I just want to learn.
Small case with a lot of power and portable and silent ( if possible )
Front : A 180 mm radiator with P/P AP 181 fans
Back: A 120 mm radiator with P/P AP 121fans
Should this be enough to water cool, 2 GTX 680 and a new I7 3770k CPU?
With a Koolance RP-401X2 Single 5.25" Reservoir with dual pump that don't take a lot of space in the case ;-)
Wich loop is the best to drain much heat out the case?
Res and pump --> GFX 1 --> GFX 2 --> RAD 120 mm --> CPU --> Rad 180 MM --> back to pump and res.
or
Res and pump --> GFX 1 --> GFX 2 --> CPU --> RAD 120 mm --> Rad 180 mm --> back to pump and res. ( think the 120 MM rad will suffer a lot of heat )
or
Res and pump --> GFX 1 --> GFX 2 --> Rad 180 mm --> CPU --> Ras 120 mm --> back to pump and res.
or
Res and pump --> Rad 180 mm --> CPU --> Rad 120 mm --> GFX1 --> GFX2 --> back to pump and res.
or
Res and pump --> RAD 180 mm --> RAD 120 mm --> CPU --> GFX1 --> GFX2 --> back to pump and res.
Or just put a corsair H80 on the CPU and let the rest cool on air ( without the HD cage in the front ).
But i"m guessing those cards will fry :-)
Btw, nice looking builds you guys have ! Congratz.

K.I.S.S principal is the way to go, Keep your tubing as short as possible thumb.gif




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Is there a fan on that rad?
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post #1394 of 7171
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Please do thanks. I'm nervous about it touching and shorting the gpu. Need to put something there I think.
Is there a fan on that rad?

not yet, i'm changing direction and going external 240mm maybe 360mm and no bayres.
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post #1395 of 7171
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I'm also using the Hdd bay as well biggrin.gif after all it's a server thumb.gif
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K.I.S.S principal is the way to go, Keep your tubing as short as possible thumb.gif
K.I.S.S. = Keep It Simple Silly smile.gif

Thanks :-) lol

For me it is still new, to much stuff to think about.

I hope those new ivy's will be available soon, so I can order all the stuff.
post #1396 of 7171
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Originally Posted by BadDad62 View Post

I'm also using the Hdd bay as well biggrin.gif after all it's a server thumb.gif
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K.I.S.S principal is the way to go, Keep your tubing as short as possible thumb.gif
K.I.S.S. = Keep It Simple Silly smile.gif

Btw,

How can you add a second card ? That 90 degree is in the way of his PCI slot.
post #1397 of 7171
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Btw,
How can you add a second card ? That 90 degree is in the way of his PCI slot.

Only using one GPU, Raid card fits rather neatly. Not using that 90* on top.
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So it looks like because of the clearance for RAM/GPU and drive cage around the socket closed loop WCing is viable to give a bit more space to work with over big HSFs.

Apart from the Silver Arrow, Noctua D14 and Tuniq Tower what slightly smaller coolers are people using/would recommend. I don't like the idea of having a cooler almost shorting/crushing its surroundings just for a few extra degrees - I already had to file away parts of my full tower case to fit my Tuniq Tower in so something that fits with a bit more clearance would be preferable.

EDIT:

I've just had a read through of the manual - getting excited about building in this now! I think the Anandtech review was a bit ciritcal of the compactness of this case, I think its more about space efficiency. People are too used to huge tower cases with loads of room to spare which makes them lazy about cable management, this case offers a challenge but the reward is the small footprint. It does bring a couple of things into consideration though - the PSU and ODD in the top compartment. I'm opting for the Corsair AX650 which meets the recommended length at 160mm and is fully modular which will allow me to reduce the superfluous cabling. Consequently it talks about having a short optical drive - What BD-RW drives are people using in this case?
Edited by martianaphid - 4/15/12 at 1:24pm
post #1399 of 7171
Just ordered.

Case, TJ08
ASUS Maximus V Gene Ddr3 Socket 1155 Intel® Z77
EVGA superclocked 2GB 680 GTX
G.Skill 16 GB DDR3-1866 Quad-Kit (16384 MB) 8-9-9-24-2N http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=463
CORSAIR Vengeance M90 Performance Mmo And Rts Laser Gaming Mouse
CORSAIR Vengeance K90 Azerty Performance Mmo Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
CORSAIR Cssd-f120gbgt-bk 120gb Force Gt Series Sataiii
CORSAIR H80 Hydro Series Cpu Cooler
CORSAIR Ax850 Professional Series Gold 850 Watts (cmpsu-850ax) 160mm
Lite On BD-RW = IHBS112-115 170 mm CGBL58 http://www.liteonit.eu/nl/optical-storage-blu-ray-internal-bd-writer/ihbs112.html
So I have about 55 mm left to arange my cables, between those 2 devices.

My colleague has ordered almost the same.
I will try to add his EVGA GTX680 superclocked in my case, and see what it gives with the temps tongue.gif
If temps are fine, I will order a second one.

Waiting for Ivy Bridge I7 3770K biggrin.gif
Looking for 2560/1440 monitor biggrin.gif
post #1400 of 7171
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Originally Posted by martianaphid View Post

So it looks like because of the clearance for RAM/GPU and drive cage around the socket closed loop WCing is viable to give a bit more space to work with over big HSFs.
Apart from the Silver Arrow, Noctua D14 and Tuniq Tower what slightly smaller coolers are people using/would recommend. I don't like the idea of having a cooler almost shorting/crushing its surroundings just for a few extra degrees - I already had to file away parts of my full tower case to fit my Tuniq Tower in so something that fits with a bit more clearance would be preferable.
EDIT:
I've just had a read through of the manual - getting excited about building in this now! I think the Anandtech review was a bit ciritcal of the compactness of this case, I think its more about space efficiency. People are too used to huge tower cases with loads of room to spare which makes them lazy about cable management, this case offers a challenge but the reward is the small footprint. It does bring a couple of things into consideration though - the PSU and ODD in the top compartment. I'm opting for the Corsair AX650 which meets the recommended length at 160mm and is fully modular which will allow me to reduce the superfluous cabling. Consequently it talks about having a short optical drive - What BD-RW drives are people using in this case?



You can have a 170 mm or 180 mm optical drive.


Mine is a 146 (B) x 41,3 (H) x 170 mm
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