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Originally Posted by Abula;15409955 
By far the most impressive build i seen on TJ08E Mentalist, really good job. Btw did you place in front of the 180mm?

The device in front of the 180mm housing the 24V pumpcontrollers for the D5's and olso the aquaero 5 fan controller. Thank you!
    
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First: That is the most beautiful, happy-tears inducing build I've ever seen. Wonderful job!

Second: My question to anyone who's SLI'ing GTX580s in this case, what are your temps like?

Third: I can't get over how ridiculous that build is. Wow...
    
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@Mentalist: does the Koolance fan shroud on top serve any purpose?
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Is that silly swirly design removable and replacable with a normal fan filter? Don't know why SS chose that crap, it's something from 2001 case design.
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Originally Posted by subtec;15466441 
@Mentalist: does the Koolance fan shroud on top serve any purpose?

No special purpose,i put the shroud on top for some more space for the cables. Thanks
    
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Originally Posted by matrices;15467471 
Is that silly swirly design removable and replacable with a normal fan filter? Don't know why SS chose that crap, it's something from 2001 case design.

Yes, that swirl is the support for the fan filter screen, but the filter is made for this case. I would be surprised if something else is ever made to fit it, or even could be easily modified to fit. You could possibly carefully remove it, but the screen is glued to it. The screen may be flexible enough without it to contact the fan.
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Hi,

Sorry if this info has been posted already, but I've looked through the thread and haven't seen anyone with an MSI Lightning Extreme 580 in the TJ08-E. I really like the looks of the case and its overall potential, but I'm not sure if the MSI LE is a good fit because of its cooling design. SLI is an option for the future, but I'm not sure if I will absolutely go that route. I assume 2x MSI LE 580s in the TJ08-E might be too much for this mATX case?

Thanks, and I love this thread. Would be great to see more TJ08-E builds!
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Originally Posted by ChaiBear;15499601 
Hi,

Sorry if this info has been posted already, but I've looked through the thread and haven't seen anyone with an MSI Lightning Extreme 580 in the TJ08-E. I really like the looks of the case and its overall potential, but I'm not sure if the MSI LE is a good fit because of its cooling design. SLI is an option for the future, but I'm not sure if I will absolutely go that route. I assume 2x MSI LE 580s in the TJ08-E might be too much for this mATX case?

Thanks, and I love this thread. Would be great to see more TJ08-E builds!

A single 580 LE shouldn't be a problem. The top of the 180mm fan in the front extends past any dual slot card as long as you're using the PCI-E slot closest to the CPU. Since the Twin Frozr coolers exhaust most of their heat into the case, the front fan should be able to push that exhaust heat out the back.

Under SLI though, I would be cautious. In general, you don't have a lot of space between dual card setups on mATX boards so there's the first potential airflow problem. The second is that the 180mm fan doesn't extend past the 2nd video card. You'll still get airflow over the 2nd card just due to all the moving air inside the case but it probably won't be as good as having air being blown directly over the card.

EDIT: You probably missed this post, GTX 580 Lightning (regular)
http://www.overclock.net/computer-cases/1068487-silverstone-tj08-e-owners-club-12.html#post14975233
Edited by Vowels - 10/29/11 at 12:40pm
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Thanks Vowels!

That was very helpful. I see Sunno's build and yes, it looks like the fan will not directly blow air over the second card if I were to SLI. Agree, two MSI LE could pose additional cooling problems with the limited spacing on mATX.

I'm all for a single card setup, but after reading about BF3 performance improvements with SLI I wanted to keep that option open. I have a 2560 x 1440 monitor which is another reason I have to be careful of keeping that SLI option available.
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Thanks Vowels!

That was very helpful. I see Sunno's build and yes, it looks like the fan will not directly blow air over the second card if I were to SLI. Agree, two MSI LE could pose additional cooling problems with the limited spacing on mATX.

I'm all for a single card setup, but after reading about BF3 performance improvements with SLI I wanted to keep that option open. I have a 2560 x 1440 monitor which is another reason I have to be careful of keeping that SLI option available.

Hey!

Just to ring in. Its possible too put a 92mm fan on top of the HDD cage from memory. It might have been 80mm. It seemed to work for his SLI setup.

The build is the first members link. I think!
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