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Thanks Unimatrixzero!
Oh i forgot to mention:
1) that I am planing on G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2133
2) Intel 520 Series Cherryville SSDSC2CW120A3K5 2.5" 120GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
3) Seagate Barracuda ST31000524AS 1TB 7200 RPM 32MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive
4) To be determined PSU ( any suggestions would be great!)
I want to add some LED's to the top and inside
extra fans on the bottom of the case in place of the SSD cage
Oh and like I said before i would like positive pressure on the inside of the case but i don't know where to put everything.
Let me know what you all think of the specs so far!

Positive pressure just means all fans blow in the case. Use push/pull for maximum effect on the Antech KUHLER H2O 920 and 2 fans in the bottom as you said. Just remember if you use bottom fans that there is enough airflow between the case and the surface (rug = more distance).

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Edited by SortOfGrim - 4/17/12 at 7:34pm
post #2492 of 12389
Shut the front door!!! Are you kidding me... after I already go and order my two 140 gts stealth rads I see this post (below) about those radiators... frown.gif These with top or side fittings would have worked out better for my loop. *Sigh* Ah well, I should get my last order of parts this week and I can start building my loop:

2- 140mm gts Steath rads (low air flow)
1- 280mm stealth rad (low air flow)
1- 240mm SR1 rad (high air flow putting two 120mm 200cfm Deltas on it for getting crazy)
2- MCP3xx pumps in series (one in the Koolance RP-1000 bay unit)
2- MCW82 GPU blocks (on gtx480's)
2- Swiftech gtx480 full cover heat sinks with 80mm fans
2- evga gtx480 backplates
blocks on the NB and NB voltage reg's
MOSFET blocks for my x48 ASUS Rex
EK-Supreme HF (all copper) Gold Edition
Crapload of matt black Bitspower fittings from a fellow forum member biggrin.gif
1/2" ID 3/4" OD White tubing
and I modded my trooper and put an acrylic window in to see the goodies biggrin.gif
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For you water coolers and for the OVERCLOCKERs... Here is something really COOL.. !!!
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post #2493 of 12389
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I'm considering a Coursair H100 on the Storm Trooper and as I read through all the posts I saw the handle mod to fit a 120mm fan under it. I was wondering if it really makes that much of a difference? Also, what's the drawback of just putting a single top fan on the back while still using 2 pull inside on the H100?

The H100 is pretty sweet and definately doesn't really need the push pull (would be a minor difference in CPU temps)... thats what I was using until mine decided it didn't like a power brown out... lol the selector switch on the pump/block was stuck on one setting and the pump was running at 2x its "normal" operating RPM. It cooled my heavily overclocked Q9550 C1 without even breaking a sweat. If you do get one leave the thermal past that come on it there! I cleaned it off and used AS5 when what comes on it is way better haha
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perfect!
Thanks a ton!!!
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You can fit a H100 but I've had a problem with it you won't be able to mount it at the bottem if you remove the ssd cage because the hoses are too short tongue.gif besides that it's a great wc
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Forgot to mention that when my new tubing arives I'm going to drill some holes to mount my ek 250 next to the motherboard grommets smile.gif
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wow so much has gone on since i ws lost in grait work at keeping bizzy guys got a small update uz might like

i have extended the psu mount 45mm out the rear of case

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fitted skin in rear of case will be cutting rad mount in

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and window desine gonna ponder on the window for a few days before i cut
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and also i will be only using materials from the 2 cases no outsourcing sheet metal or plexi the only real things outsourcing tools and paint /sand paper /pop rivets
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dam windows frustrate me i like this more but i still am not set on it .............................





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hay guys can yall help me decide + rep to all that help biggrin.gif
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Right, small update. I'm done with the front rad mounts and base plate. Now I gotta wait for more parts..

Masked the base plate and the rad mounts cause they are ready for drilling and cutting.
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And they are cut and drilled smile.gif
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The gap between the 2 radiators, well you get the idea wink.gif
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Finally I could paint the base plate! I'll place the pump on top of the SSD case.
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Next to do is attached the fittings and tubing and wáááy later I'll install the hardware.

I'll keep you up-2-date!
post #2500 of 12389
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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

Right, small update. I'm done with the front rad mounts and base plate. Now I gotta wait for more parts..
Masked the base plate and the rad mounts cause they are ready for drilling and cutting.
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And they are cut and drilled smile.gif
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The gap between the 2 radiators, well you get the idea wink.gif
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Finally I could paint the base plate! I'll place the pump on top of the SSD case.
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Next to do is attached the fittings and tubing and wáááy later I'll install the hardware.
I'll keep you up-2-date!

hi this is looking sweet but i have a suggestion....... if u where to cut out this section like so
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you would gain lots including a drve bay or or 2

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i dragged it all out and took thease shots for u felo trooper
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