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well it's extreme in a sense that you are treating the thermal solution as a subsystem... much like how we build servers. for a server cluster, having HDD in the server is not practical, so we migrate the HDD's outside the server and make a SAN so all of the servers have access to it. in the consumer market, the idea is translated into small NAS boxes. you are essentially taking the same "subsystem" approach and translating it in terms of liquid cooling. essentially, you now have a "thermal mitigation subsystem" and that rad does not even have to be in the same room as the computer (ALOT of plumbing work for that tho biggrin.gif ) all you have to do is mount a pair of quick disconnects where the hose comes out of the case at the bottom and you'll be set for some "exotic" liquid system like routing 100 feet of copper pipe on the shady side outside of the house biggrin.gif who needs fans when you have 100 feet of copper pipes biggrin.gif (tho you might need stronger pumps for all that liquid mass biggrin.gif )

That's a train of thought i've been on a while ago and my thought are now on the smaller scale of an external rad box if i can pick up another 420mm rad.
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post #1702 of 7172
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That's a train of thought i've been on a while ago and my thought are now on the smaller scale of an external rad box if i can pick up another 420mm rad.

incidentally, have you seen the phobya 1080? biggrin.gif

i bet you can do some passive cooling with that mother if you aren't too picky on load temps biggrin.gif
post #1703 of 7172
All the mats are builded in my TJ08 case...

Just wating for my gfx card

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Here a quick load and idle of the Ivy 3770k @ 4500 Mhz

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Load 100 %
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post #1704 of 7172
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Thats sick it looks like it fits right in there.



one thing you should keep in mind regarding using kuhler for the GPU is that you NEED to keep the VRM and RAM on the GPU cool as well. the kuhler is not like a custom coolplate and does not take into consideration of the VRM / RAM on the GPU.

Yah thanks for this. I am very aware. The bracket that I have has a 92mm fan on it blowing directly on the vrms. But I plan to get a different mount that allows me to keep the stock plate on the vrm/memory.
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This guy has a 1400mm rad in his optical bay biggrin.gif
http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=1015626 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Thanks for sharing this! Im personally thinking about going with the 200mm up front. I want ivy bridge but am nervous about temps-

Anyone know if there are any 200mm fans that have the 180mm bolt pattern? bitfenix spectre pro 200mm and nzxt fn-200rb seem to have other bolt patterns but their sites dont say anything about it. I might try the nzxt one regardless since it moves 166cfm
newegg:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835146003

Well here is a more updated shot of my current setup. Added my other 120mm radiator in preperation for either a 2700k, 3570k or 3770k. I just have to list my 2500k for sale when Im ready for the switch. Still wrestling with it in my head

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Edited by 66racer - 5/1/12 at 6:58pm
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post #1706 of 7172
Looks good. Lets see some load temps.
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Looks good. Lets see some load temps.

Havent ran em yet, I will fire up prime now though since Im not gonna need the pc for a while
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Hello Gents; I am done.
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Looks good. Lets see some load temps.

Havent ran em yet, I will fire up prime now though since Im not gonna need the pc for a while

Thanks, just curious.


^^ Thats crazy wheres your mobo lol??? Lets see those gpu's under load. Idle doesn't mean a whole lot. Thats a crazy setup man.
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Hey Guys,

I'm getting ready to build my machine in the next two weeks and I'm starting to think about where everything is going to go in the case. I'm going to be putting a BD writer in one of the two 5.25" bays and will be mounting a 3.5" HDD in the other 5.25" bay. Originally I was planning to use grommets to attach the 3.5" HDD, but after reading about the minimal silencing others have experienced with grommets, I'm considering using a suspension system (like shown on SPCR many years ago) instead. Do any of you have experience wiring one of these up in the TJ08-E? How did it work out for you? Any other advice on this?

I am a bit limited on where else I can place the 3.5" HDD - I don't want to use the HDD rack that comes with the case, and the bottom 3.5" bay will be taken up by a card reader (that's what I get for trying to make an all-purpose gaming / HTPC / home computer). The SDD will be hidden behind the MB like everyone else....
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