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post #1411 of 7171
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Originally Posted by pdi192 View Post

Here's a pic to give you an idea of the limited space between a 180mm drive and 160mm psu:
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Thanks a lot for the link, damn, will be tricky haha...
post #1412 of 7171
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Originally Posted by fakeblood View Post

Ordered myself this case this weekend. Downgrading from watercooled FT02! going to watercool it aswell biggrin.gif

Congratz !

Post build log :-)
post #1413 of 7171
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Originally Posted by GrimReaperhdi View Post

Thanks a lot for the link, damn, will be tricky haha...

Same from me, does look tight but doable. pdi192, out of interest is that one of the Corsair AX series PSUs (fully modular)

Those WC builds are really amazing I used to be all about the big cases but I've since been intruiged by how innovative and well thought people have been when having to be more efficient with their space.

@66racer, I assume with the intake now being closer to the CPU its a more efficient way of cooling it, thanks for the first-hand info - What CPU cooler are your using btw? Do you have any sort of filter on the rear fan, if not any concerns about dust build up? Also have you removed the drive cage or not?
post #1414 of 7171
Hey yall, this isn't my computer here but rather one I build for my lady friend.

I wanted to build her an mATX setup for rendering for quite a while and she finally gave me the okay:

i5-750
Corsair H50
Corsair CX430
G. Skill 8GB 1600Mhz Cas 9
Asus 550Ti
EVGA mATX P55 mobo
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700

700

700

700

700

I must say it was a pleasure building in this case. I'd buy one for myself in the future! Definitely would love to mod the crap out of this.
post #1415 of 7171
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my new rig! biggrin.gif I sold my rampage III gene and i7 920 and im gonna mod this case before i7 2600k or ivy i5


Thinking changing layout too. PSU to front instead of optic drives. And long rad on top of case. Or another H60 to cool GPU. Will drop here some layouts. + Wooden front!
post #1416 of 7171
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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.

just wanna say watch the length of your cards and the rad in the front.. i have a 6970 in mine and iu cant do P/P without mods... its like 2 mm off
post #1417 of 7171
Just received my case today and Blu-ray device.

So I took some pictures with measurement and other stuff :-)
So I hope you have something that can help.tongue.gif
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post #1418 of 7171
Lol at the power supply note. So the top vent was intended for fanless PSUs?
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post #1419 of 7171
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Originally Posted by faMine View Post

Hey yall, this isn't my computer here but rather one I build for my lady friend.

I wanted to build her an mATX setup for rendering for quite a while and she finally gave me the okay:

i5-750
Corsair H50
Corsair CX430
G. Skill 8GB 1600Mhz Cas 9
Asus 550Ti
EVGA mATX P55 mobo
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
700

700

700

700

700

I must say it was a pleasure building in this case. I'd buy one for myself in the future! Definitely would love to mod the crap out of this.
What up Famine! Congrats. These little cases are great.
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Lol at the power supply note. So the top vent was intended for fanless PSUs?
Thats weird didn't notice that when I installed mine. But I of course put the fan facing up.
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post #1420 of 7171
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Originally Posted by lightsout 
What up Famine! Congrats. These little cases are great..

Oh wow you and Derick are here! Phantom owners all have similar tastes wink.gif

Yeah it's so awesome. I love going to her place and looking at it.. I had always wanted this case and when it came to build her one I snagged it tongue.gif
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