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I think this is the first Haswell build posted here. And it has a 780? Impressive!
Also, nice to see the new Noctua NHU12S does not obstruct any of the memory slots.
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Originally Posted by diaBoliQu3 View Post

Hi guys... I just wondering if TJ088-E can fit D5 pump res? Because I have one set of XSPC EX 360 kit lying at my store. And for the rad, should I pick 180mm or 200mm? Will the HDD cage at the intake fan are easy to remove? Thinking of install a rad over there.

My EX 360 kit parts:
- RayStorm Intel CPU Waterblock+bakplate
- D5 Dual Bay Reservoir
- D5 Vario Pump
- EX360 Dual Radiator
- G1/4″ to 7/16″ Compression Fittings (Black Chrome) x6
- XSPC Premium Tubing

If the pump can fit, gonna sell off the rad and get a new smaller one.

And, can I reuse my Seasonic S12II 620W? Or this kind of compact build need full modular PSU?

I run a 180mm radiator but the 200mm will work as well with the provided shroud. The HDD bay comes out easy. The 180mm fan requires removing the front case aluminum panel but isnt bad. 4 or 6 Phillips screws. Running a non modular PSU is OK, honestly the full modular is probably a bigger pain in this case because of the extra connectors up there, just nice only using the cables you need.

Can't answer regarding the pump/res, sure its been done though, if its the reservoir with the d5 in it, PSU length might be the biggest concern.

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What closed loop coolers would you suggest?

Any of the 120mm ones will work, I have also seen a corsair h100 mounted in here vertically toward the front side. Was held in place with velcro I tthink. I'm partial to corsair or the antec kuhler 920. The antec software is limited in tuning but at least it has it. Corsair one hopefully has more options.
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Originally Posted by diaBoliQu3 View Post

Hi guys... I just wondering if TJ088-E can fit D5 pump res? Because I have one set of XSPC EX 360 kit lying at my store. And for the rad, should I pick 180mm or 200mm? Will the HDD cage at the intake fan are easy to remove? Thinking of install a rad over there.

My EX 360 kit parts:
- RayStorm Intel CPU Waterblock+bakplate
- D5 Dual Bay Reservoir
- D5 Vario Pump
- EX360 Dual Radiator
- G1/4″ to 7/16″ Compression Fittings (Black Chrome) x6
- XSPC Premium Tubing

If the pump can fit, gonna sell off the rad and get a new smaller one.

And, can I reuse my Seasonic S12II 620W? Or this kind of compact build need full modular PSU?

ur active in lyn rite? haha..

for ur question.. yes D5 bayres can fit into this casing.. im using xspc x20 750 bayres which is much longer than d5 dual bayres, yet still can fit in without the tubing bending so much.. as for d5 bayres u probably need some 45degree rotaries to get the job nicely done..

im using phobya extreme 200mm radiator (u can pm CyntrixTech for pricing) .. can mount on front 180mm fan.. phobya do provide a bracket for u to mount the 200mm rad on 180mm fan smile.gif

remove hdd cage is easy like abc.. just remove the screws and slide the cage out..

u gonna love this casing.. i can pm u sample photo of mine with XSPC X20 750 Bayres + Heatkiller X3 79x0 GPU WB + Swiftech Apogee XT CPU WB + Phobya 200mm rad + 1/2 ID 3/4 OD tubing.. thumb.gif
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I run a 180mm radiator but the 200mm will work as well with the provided shroud. The HDD bay comes out easy. The 180mm fan requires removing the front case aluminum panel but isnt bad. 4 or 6 Phillips screws. Running a non modular PSU is OK, honestly the full modular is probably a bigger pain in this case because of the extra connectors up there, just nice only using the cables you need.

Can't answer regarding the pump/res, sure its been done though, if its the reservoir with the d5 in it, PSU length might be the biggest concern.
Okay, thanks mate. Well, I thought full modular PSU will be easier. So I think I just gonna reuse my PSU. And if it's hard to mount, I guess just get a new modular.rolleyes.gif I wonder what fan can replace the AP 180 because I want to make push pull for the front rad. So, is there any slim 180mm or 200mm that good enough as AP 180??
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ur active in lyn rite? haha..

for ur question.. yes D5 bayres can fit into this casing.. im using xspc x20 750 bayres which is much longer than d5 dual bayres, yet still can fit in without the tubing bending so much.. as for d5 bayres u probably need some 45degree rotaries to get the job nicely done..

im using phobya extreme 200mm radiator (u can pm CyntrixTech for pricing) .. can mount on front 180mm fan.. phobya do provide a bracket for u to mount the 200mm rad on 180mm fan smile.gif

remove hdd cage is easy like abc.. just remove the screws and slide the cage out..

u gonna love this casing.. i can pm u sample photo of mine with XSPC X20 750 Bayres + Heatkiller X3 79x0 GPU WB + Swiftech Apogee XT CPU WB + Phobya 200mm rad + 1/2 ID 3/4 OD tubing.. thumb.gif
LYN? Whats that? I think you mistakenly with other forumer. Unless you're the xiong91 that active in mech kb thread.biggrin.gif

Okay, nice to know that my res pump will fit in. And where do I need that 45 degrees rotary? At the rad? Can connect the loop without rotaries?

So, how much do you buy Phobya Extreme 200mm? There is one forumer, he installed MCP 35x and the clearance are very tight. Do you make push pull at the front rad? Or just push?
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I wonder what fan can replace the AP 180 because I want to make push pull for the front rad. So, is there any slim 180mm or 200mm that good enough as AP 180??

Try the Phobya G-Silent 18 700rpm fan, they are 3 pin not PWM, and roughly the same noise level on full speed as the AP181 on low speed, are available in many colours too. If you add a fan controller you can get them very quiet.
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I run a push/pull on the 180mm rad but needed to cut part of the motherboard tray. Pics of the final product is in my 2013 nerd box below

Oh and I have the magicool but that was the only 180mm back then. Today I would do the alphacool...or the 200mm phobya since it seems more universal. Then again in another case I would preffer 240mm anyways.
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Hey 66 racer! I just remembered that you were the person that reversed the front and rear fans (on your rear 120 mm radiator) so that the rear is an intake and the front 180 mm fan is an exhaust. Here's the post if anyone else is interested:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1068487/silverstone-tj08-e-owners-club/1370#post_16976153

At the time it seemed to me that most people here didn't believe that could be beneficial, despite your reported results. Did you keep the fans that way or switch them back around? Was dust more of a problem with the fans flipped around?
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It seems like reversing the flow would be beneficial only if you have the kind of GPU cooler that exhausts hot air into the case. An outward-exhausting GPU would still benefit from cool inter-case air, which would be better provided by a larger intake fan.
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