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I agree the black tubing looks sweet!
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Originally Posted by duhasttas View Post

Well I'm back again, this time with a WC'd tj08-e smile.gif
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I used bondo and some rustoleum black matte spray paint for the bottom of the case where that weird plastic heatsink support thing was. Future plans involve cutting a window in; I already have the acrylic smile.gif

Would appreciate some temps i though about geting this case and do a similar build but was a bit concern about the 200mm rad temps for the videocard (kinda want to overclock really high with my next comp)

also wondering does the 2 panel close with the 200mm phobya?
http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o80/mofosaur/SonyAlpha1144.jpg
thats a 180mm and it look really tight.
Edited by pokpok - 5/12/12 at 10:11am
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The front grill along with the body is painted APPLE RED
post #1914 of 7172
Fzm---
Nice layout is that a 180mm radiator and 120 in the back?
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Asus Maximus IV gene\Gen3
Cpu i5 3570K @ 4.4Ghz
16gb corsair Vengeance LP 1866Mhz
asus GTX 680
corsair hydro H100
Ocz vertex 4 512 Gb
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Sorry for the Crappy cell phone picture rolleyes.gif

Gez didn't even think about a radiator there. Gotta see if I can put a regular 240mm there now smile.gif
Edited by 66racer - 5/12/12 at 2:39pm
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post #1915 of 7172
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Welcome back :-)
I'm on the list woehoee...
You can add H80 corsair fits perfect in this case......

So I am looking to build a micro ATX pc in the not too distant future and was considering this case, with the H80 and Asus MAXIMUS V GENE, the same setup that you seem to have.

My question is about the mPCIe connector that comes with the board.(ripped these photos off from the http://www.hardwarecanucks.com site)

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I wanted to know if you (or anyone else with this setup) are using it and whether or not it fits in with the H80 above it, since it seems to rise up quite far off the board.

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I would like to be able to use it when I get the board for a mini wifi card or something

Overall this case seems really good and I like that it has such a following, it makes me feel better about the decision to use it. i.e. I can find out how lots of other people have used it and what they think.
Whereas I don't have that info for the other cases I was looking at.

Incidentally, here is the link to my google doc where I am keeping track of the parts I would use. Nothing is set in stone, so I am open to suggestions and my list will change as price and availability changes here in the UK.
The list is basically the pc I want to build with the hardware currently available, so when the time is right I can simply order the parts and not have to run around trying to figure out which ones I need to get.

Cheers

Jayd
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Ya i have a 180mm rad up front and a 120mm rad in the back
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Don't hesitate to tell me if something goes wrong with my build !! Maybe I missed something smile.gif

if your HDD temps are good, then your rig looks fine. the other thing that concern me is where you put the SSD. right next to the PSU may not be a good idea since there is alot of EMI from high current that's running through that area. you may want to consider moving it here

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post #1918 of 7172
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Im wondering if these will work
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CA-462-LL
For extra ventilation as the hot air has nowhere to escape
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Yup, The fact that the hot air gets stuck at the top of the case and it becomes hot to touch, Especially where the 5.25 bays are
Again i think its to do with the way my card is designed, And now that the 570 is released im thinking of selling my card, And some other crap so i can get a 670 with a normal cooler :3
Im still thinking of getting those lian li drive bay vents though if i know they will screw in to the case where the current ones are held

Hey MaxFTW, interesting to hear your concerns over the ventilation of the case, if you do manage to get the vented Lian Li front bay slots let us know how they work out - although looks like they are OOS at OcUK. I know that in the manual it says get a fully shrouded GPU but perhaps a bit stubbornly I've gone for an aftermarket cooled 670 and after reading your posts I'm thinking about how I can vent the recirculated hot air. One thing occured to me is those PCI/expansion card fans which fit into a spare PCI slot and just exhaust hot air out of the case. I actually think the flipped mobo is not too bad as the hot GPU should not affect the CPU as it normally does but the hot air that does rise within the case may struggle to escape - this is perhaps where a vented PCI exhaust fan might help - has anyone got any suggestions for these, I'm going to start looking into them later.
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Originally Posted by MORE SPEED View Post

I ran the fan auto tuning, then set up a profile, and saved it like this:
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Which basically keeps it silent until the processor goes over ~45C which is generally when I play BF3. Also serves as a nice warning for if its getting too hot, as it then ramps up quite a bit.

Cheers MORE SPEED, I have the Asus P8Z77-M Pro so hopefully my mobo will allow me to enforce similar controls wink.gif
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Originally Posted by piccolafata View Post

Hi all,
To complete the picture base :
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Love that build piccolafata, went with the same motherboard myself wink.gif
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Originally Posted by trulsrohk View Post

If you have a graphics card that dumps heat in the case then I would definitely suggest adding a pretty powerful fan on the back exhaust.
I have a dang Ares dumping inside but it does ok even while running gpu compute tasks cuz I have a Ultra Kaze on the back tongue.gif

trulsrohk, where abouts did you mount the Ultra Kaze? On the outside of the case over the PCI slots?
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Originally Posted by FZMRACERX View Post

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FZMRACERX, incredible looking build, really looking forward to the rest of the photos!


So, my TJ08 arrived on Friday and I've had a chance to look it over and dismantle it over the weekend before the rest of my components arrive. I have to echo what a couple of others have mentioned about the build quality. Fortunately, I didn't have any flaky paintwork but there are a few aesthetic issues. The first was the power switch which was on an angle and grates with the side of the circular opening in the front panel - I've taken the front panel off and I have wedged in some paper to try to force the button over, so we shall see if it requires further work. Secondly, the front drive bay covers were very offset with a large gap and one side and tight against the front panel at the other, after taking them out the problem was clear, the fins that go back and fix them within the case were bent all over the place so I have applied light pressure to make their angle 90 degrees - not difficult to fix but a bit better QC wouldn't hurt. Apart from that I'm pretty happy with the case, the size if perfect for me and though not quite as attractive as the Lian Li's in my eyes it's still a very nice looking case - of course I've yet to build in it so my opinions may still change - I'll be back with pictures hopefully wink.gif
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if your HDD temps are good, then your rig looks fine. the other thing that concern me is where you put the SSD. right next to the PSU may not be a good idea since there is alot of EMI from high current that's running through that area. you may want to consider moving it here
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Oh ok... I didn't think about that ... I will move it, no need to disassembly my loop smile.gif Thanks for the tip !!
    
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post #1920 of 7172
As promised and to make my inclusion of the owners club official here are some photos of this build:

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A snap of the front panel to prove it's no stripped down PS07 ;0

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And I've compiled some pics of the components I already have at my disposal. i5-3570K w/ Venomous-X, GTX670, and bluray drive due next week smile.gif Plus some butchered parts from my current rig which can't be shown for legal reasons, oh and I'm using them wink.gif

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