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Really neat. thumb.gif How did you get the SSD up there btw?
This is my next dream case.

Hi, and thanks!

The ssd's are placed up there with double sided tape stuck on plexiglass. There is enough space behind the ssd's to route cabling behind. Turned out nice!
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only if you prefer the aesthetics of it. there is very little if any performance gain to liquid till you reach extreme level of OCing, and you'd need alot of large rads to achieve that. remember, liquid only transport the heat, it's the rad that actually cools the system down. so unless you are going with a 180mm rad (or bigger) air cooling would actually be superior in the TJ08-E

Aesthetics are one upside, and quietness while being able to overclock a fair bit are another. I'll be going from 11 fans in my Vengeance C70, to TWO in this, while maintaining similar thermal efficiency in a smaller package.
Edited by alcal - 11/14/12 at 5:50pm
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well as i mentioned, there is very little to be gained to go liquid on a case this size unless you are willing to go with a 180 or 200mm rad. your typical AIO liquid cooler does not perform better then a quality air cooler.
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well as i mentioned, there is very little to be gained to go liquid on a case this size unless you are willing to go with a 180 or 200mm rad. your typical AIO liquid cooler does not perform better then a quality air cooler.
The comment that you originally quoted was a response to a build using both a 120mm and a 180mm rad. I'm not sure what you're trying to say anymore.
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How are temps for GPUs that don't vent out the back? I want to be sure I'm not going to have issues with my Windforce 670.
Anyone? I want to order a new case as soon as possible.
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Not sure if anyone has done this but. used a 600t window and modded my side panel...pretty happy with the results.



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Anyone? I want to order a new case as soon as possible.

I have a GTX670 DirectCU II TOP card, and I have the same temps with this case as I did with my old 650D.

You will not have any problems or temp changes..
post #3088 of 7203
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The comment that you originally quoted was a response to a build using both a 120mm and a 180mm rad. I'm not sure what you're trying to say anymore.

well, what i'm trying to say is there is little to be gained unless you are looking for heavy OCing. liquid system only provide an advantage at the extreme end of OCing. most air coolers would do fine if you are doing typical OCing. yes a 180+120 would perform better then an air unit. but only for extreme OC builds. there is no need to be jelly of someone going extreme for triple or quadruple the price of a quality air unit biggrin.gif
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For owners of this case - i flipped through most of this thread, and i am trying to make a decision before i buy.
I am planning to build with one 7970 Ghz Edition now, possibly adding a second in the future.

earlier in the thread, i saw one build that had two Gigabyte 7970s in Crossfire:


I would rather get the Sapphire version of this card, but only one will fit, as you can see in this pic:
bMplp.jpg

So which would you choose? a single, but better, Sapphire 7970 Ghz Edition, or the ability to add a second Gigabyte 7970 GE?
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For owners of this case - i flipped through most of this thread, and i am trying to make a decision before i buy.
I am planning to build with one 7970 Ghz Edition now, possibly adding a second in the future.
earlier in the thread, i saw one build that had two Gigabyte 7970s in Crossfire:

I would rather get the Sapphire version of this card, but only one will fit, as you can see in this pic:
bMplp.jpg
So which would you choose? a single, but better, Sapphire 7970 Ghz Edition, or the ability to add a second Gigabyte 7970 GE?

I have become a fan of single card solutions, if your on 1080p you most likely dont even need the extra fps, especially if your still on 60hz. If your running on more than 1080 then I would give yourself the option for a future CF setup, but instead just pick a dual slot ghz edition you like.
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