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Another small update. I'm not looking to go into "real" watercooling yet but I kind of like this look. Btw, to those that have got a floor in the Tj08-E can anyone tell me the dimensions? I'm thinking of having an aluminum floor panel made.

(the reds match much better under natural light, the combination of night-time photography and not the best camera causes the colours to be off)

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Originally Posted by thierry View Post

Metallicacid
Do you have lots of cables hidden in the 5.25" cage ?
As you can see on my back plane, I have so many cables going around. I can't just cut all.
And my PSU is not modular.

Where did you get your "SSD tape"?
Anywhere ?

You can use any sort of double sided sticky tape. Or, check out Modders Tape. http://www.mnpctech.com/scotch_4010_tape_of_the_casemod_gods.html
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Originally Posted by ZombieJon View Post

For mounting a SSD on the backplate, is it possible to use one of these Orico PCIe SSD Brackets to mount the SSD vertically?

hehe i have not seen that bracket used in any of the builds in this thread so can not confirm whether it will work or not. but, I can say that anything is possible with slight mods. in fact, to even fit 2 drives in that location you'd need to either cut or bend one the cable management loop in that area anyway. it's a small mod, but i'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to do to fit 2 drives there. after all, we've already got pictures to prove it works biggrin.gif
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Thanks Psyclum, I have seen also the pictures of the SSD screwed on the plate.
(It's a really useful thread. Just bit long to go over the last 100 pages.)

I will see when I open to move the HDD and SSD.
The double-sided tape is an easier way, because I won't have to take the motherboard out.
I was just wondering where to get a good one (from build shop, or from the nearest handycraft shop...) and what guys here where using.

pretty sure most people just use those foam type double sided tape you can pick up from any office depot or grocery store.



i tend to not use tape because it can get messy if you have to remove it. but as you mentioned, its about 100x easier to just use tape so the choice is yours tongue.gif

as far as technical concerns, SSD does not get hot enough to have any thermal reasons to use specialized tape. also SSD has no moving parts, so vibration is not an issue so chances of it dislodging itself from the tape due to excessive vibration is slim to none. ssd doesn't really weight anything so load capacity of the tape is not a concern either. just make sure both surfaces are clean before you use the tape to ensure a good bond on the tape. also put some care into ensuring the cable's attached to the SSD is not causing any load that may eventually dislodge the tape from the case/SSD.
Edited by psyclum - 2/27/13 at 6:04pm
post #3765 of 7172
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Another small update. I'm not looking to go into "real" watercooling yet but I kind of like this look. Btw, to those that have got a floor in the Tj08-E can anyone tell me the dimensions? I'm thinking of having an aluminum floor panel made.

(the reds match much better under natural light, the combination of night-time photography and not the best camera causes the colours to be off)
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Thanks HAVOKNW and Psyclum for the examples. I'll get some today from the office depot.
First I thought it was a special one, but your explanation is clear (no heat, no vibration).thumb.gif
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hehe i have not seen that bracket used in any of the builds in this thread so can not confirm whether it will work or not. but, I can say that anything is possible with slight mods. in fact, to even fit 2 drives in that location you'd need to either cut or bend one the cable management loop in that area anyway. it's a small mod, but i'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to do to fit 2 drives there. after all, we've already got pictures to prove it works biggrin.gif

I was looking at using the 2 bay version, but according to some reviews a 2 drive PCIe bay won't fit in (height issues).
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Thierry: hey mate. The only cables that were hiding were the front panel cables, like USB 3.0, on/off, reset and sata power (like 2cm). The rest was actually on the back panel and behind the SSD's.

The SSD's stuck out almost 1.5cm so there was enough space to hide a bundled molex and route the sata data, and sata power. smile.gif
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I was looking at using the 2 bay version, but according to some reviews a 2 drive PCIe bay won't fit in (height issues).

ahh i see what you mean. you want to stack 2 of them rather then having them side by side. yah i'm not entirely sure if there is sufficient room back there for a double stack like you suggested.
post #3770 of 7172
Does anyone have experience in running SLI gtx670 directCUII from ASUS?

I am thinking of running an SLI config, and want some advice on temperatures..
Edited by MetallicAcid - 2/28/13 at 2:04am
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