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@benito: Holy cow, that is a awesome build!

@animal: Doing some measuring on my Stryker, I think it could work. You'd have to remove the toolbox at the bottom and you'd most likely have to do some dremeling on the rails for the bottom two 5.25 bays, but it's possible. You'd loose the two 3.5\5.25 combo cages, but depending on the height of the rad with the fittings I think you'd probably be able to keep the top 5.25 slot open for a optical drive.
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so guys i think it' is time for me to officially join the CM Storm Trooper Club
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just got everything together yesterday..what do you guys think?


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so guys i think it' is time for me to officially join the CM Storm Trooper Club

















View my build log to see this journey!!
http://www.overclock.net/t/1341258/noname-cm-storm-trooper-mod

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just got everything together yesterday..what do you guys think?





Very nice , how much did that whole thing set you back?
 
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Anyone ever stick a 420mm rad in this case? I'm thinking front bays.
Yup. Couldn't make it work without modifications. At which point i gave up because i'm lazy and i don't like modding a brand new chassis. I tried fitting a 320mm in the roof too. That would've work with more fittings and if i had chopped off the handle. But again , didn't want to do that as this is going to be a carry around rig.
 
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Custom and awesome! wink.gif
Very nice , how much did that whole thing set you back?
little over a grand.and a few hours of fun!
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I need some advice on a fan controller. I had originally planned to use the built in fan controller on the trooper, however I did some test runs during the mockup and the fans had a sort of pulsing noise to them. Upon investigation I have found out that the fan controller on the trooper is a pulsating voltage fan control. For lower speeds the controller sends out a voltage pulse with a longer time interval between each pulse, something like that, this is not ideal. I don't have drive bays so simply putting in a drive bay controller is out of the question and I would like to be able to controll all fans with one "knob" or a system like what is built into the trooper. Any ideas? I can get a drive bay controller, but what drive bay controller can run 8 fans controlled on a single "knob"/ push buttons
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So my dear pc, and future mods have come to an end for now.
Intel i7 2700k. Blue screen halfway in windows boot screen. It's burned? 2700k vs 3770k?
Would a 360 rad fit externally in the back, and still provide enough room for cables on this awesome case?
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I need some advice on a fan controller. I had originally planned to use the built in fan controller on the trooper, however I did some test runs during the mockup and the fans had a sort of pulsing noise to them. Upon investigation I have found out that the fan controller on the trooper is a pulsating voltage fan control. For lower speeds the controller sends out a voltage pulse with a longer time interval between each pulse, something like that, this is not ideal. I don't have drive bays so simply putting in a drive bay controller is out of the question and I would like to be able to controll all fans with one "knob" or a system like what is built into the trooper. Any ideas? I can get a drive bay controller, but what drive bay controller can run 8 fans controlled on a single "knob"/ push buttons

Look @ my pics in my sig. the unit is a Skythe 8.

OOPS, sorry, mine is an 8 knob.
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I need some advice on a fan controller. I had originally planned to use the built in fan controller on the trooper, however I did some test runs during the mockup and the fans had a sort of pulsing noise to them. Upon investigation I have found out that the fan controller on the trooper is a pulsating voltage fan control. For lower speeds the controller sends out a voltage pulse with a longer time interval between each pulse, something like that, this is not ideal. I don't have drive bays so simply putting in a drive bay controller is out of the question and I would like to be able to controll all fans with one "knob" or a system like what is built into the trooper. Any ideas? I can get a drive bay controller, but what drive bay controller can run 8 fans controlled on a single "knob"/ push buttons

Get something like this maybe? Add your own knob?
 
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