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post #2411 of 7172
So i just finished looking through all 241 pages, i cant decide between this and the sister case the PS07B. I like the idea of being able to use a 240 because i already own a GTX240 which unless im mistaken is a pretty damn good 240. But i like the front of the TJ08-E better. Decisions decisions
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post #2412 of 7172
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Originally Posted by Blindsay View Post

So i just finished looking through all 241 pages, i cant decide between this and the sister case the PS07B. I like the idea of being able to use a 240 because i already own a GTX240 which unless im mistaken is a pretty damn good 240. But i like the front of the TJ08-E better. Decisions decisions

The airflow for the TJ08-E is superior; and according to a silentpc review so is the noise level. Despite the door on the front. But I haven't heard the PS07B in person so I cannot comment personally. And the front finish on the TJ08-E is nicer; yes. The ability to use a 240 is nice though... I saw the PS07B come out after I bought the TJ08-E and hit myself. But after further examination; I decided I made the better choice anyway; and quite love my TJ08-E =).
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post #2413 of 7172
My loop completed after 6 months of ups and downs, save for sleeving the 24pin(alittle lazy right now biggrin.gif) and the window to be cut once I have decided its finalized. It was not smooth sailing for sure having gone through 1 mcp355,2 mcp35X and a whole list of problems. Watercooling in a small case sure is a challenge not sure I can do this again( bleeding fingers and having to take apart everything to reach something tongue.gif. ) Some pics of my rig nothing perfect but I love it biggrin.gif

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Edited by netdevil - 7/28/12 at 4:53am
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post #2414 of 7172
netdevil
looks nice! could you please list your configuration here? what is the pump and res?
does the sandwich under the pump help?
if possible, could you please record a video with the noise level from the pump and rad coolers?
post #2415 of 7172
@alveko

I presume you are talking about the watercooling loop. I am pretty sure alot others here have almost the same set up after all I have learnt a bundle from here so credit goes to this thread thumb.gif

Radiator: Magicool 180mm rad + Xspc EX120
Reservoir: Bitspower Water Tank Z Multi 40mm
Coolant: Mayhem Dye Pastel Blueberry
Pump: Swiftech Mcp35X
Fittings: Bitspower Silver Shiny compression 3/8.5/8, 90 degree and 40 degree, 25mm Extender,40mm Extender. Stop fitting, Koolance VL3N Quick disconnect

The sandwich is just a sponge I got from one of the packaging of my wc stuff(can't remember which) and the denser foam is what I chanced upon in the supermarket. It is kind of an adhoc replacement for the 'shoggy' sandwich or the phobya pump decoupling kit you can get.

The pump is pretty quiet at maximum speed but I use speedfan to vary it according to a curve I customised so anything below 50 degrees, the pump runs at 2000rpm and that is virtually silent with my ears next to the case. Here is the link. Thanks to Martin who has now retired.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?268061-Controlling-a-Swiftech-MCP-35X-with-Speedfan&s=9289207c9bc525915a7de728fc331bad

Due to the fact that I don't really gun for performance, I have my stock ap181 at 800 rpm and GT AP15 at 1450 rpm under the Lamptron FC6 and I can't hear anything from where I sit as well. When I am gaming, I can always ramp up the fans. I would try to make a video when I have some time)
Edited by netdevil - 7/28/12 at 6:02am
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post #2416 of 7172
Guys,

Does your cases get warm to touch on a right side when the components are under gaming load?
Its my first matx case, before i had only fullatx and they were ultra cool. )
post #2417 of 7172
Got mine all done today smile.gif

Things to do:

1. Window cut
2. Cut ALL cables to suit, and sleeve them.

Heres a pic though:

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post #2418 of 7172
^ looks good!
post #2419 of 7172
Long time lurker here. I have a TJ08-E myself. I'm looking at going external with my WC setup.
Internal will be:
d5 pump
aquacomp aquatube
heatkiller LE 3.0
6850 HD (for now)
and......

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post #2420 of 7172
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eyedea View Post

Got mine all done today smile.gif
Things to do:
1. Window cut
2. Cut ALL cables to suit, and sleeve them.
Heres a pic though:

Im planning to WC my setup~ may I ask what Reservoir r u using? I like the size of it...
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