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Did a quick rebuild and added a 280 rad up top! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


the best part is the bobble head hula guy:P

rig is looking really nice too lol
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Ordered mine last night! Expect a post from me very soon!
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post #6183 of 12527
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Originally Posted by benben84 View Post

underneath the top panel or mount it on the bottom beneath the storage box area. There is also room on the backside of the mobo tray on the side of the cages as it's indented more.

EDIT: Like in this post.

Ahh, I didn't realize there actual brackets there for mounting. Please forgive my ignorance about this... this is my first build redface.gif

So, just to make sure, there are mounting locations on both sides of the front cages (where the 120mm fans are originally mounted and next to the backside of the mobo) and possibly another mounting location where the tray comes originally.

I ordered the Stryker 2 days ago and it should be here by Monday I hope... Going to buy the watercooling gear once I've gotten the case and made sure about the measurements and exact locations of everything smile.gif

Thanks!

Btw, anyone happen to know if the XSPC Razor 670's inlet/outlet holes can have tubing attached on either side? I was thinking about having one tube feeding the cpu from the top right port (as an outlet) and having an inlet from the pump on the bottom right port (from a mounted perspective). I want to avoid elbows as much as possible.

If not then I hope I can find a good full cover block that can do something like I've described above.
Edited by ronquilent - 2/2/13 at 11:36am
post #6184 of 12527
New Storm Trooper owner here. Haven't built a PC in around 5 years...but pulled the trigger this week. Just finished installing everything and to my complete shock and surprise, everything seems to be working perfectly (a first for me...I usually screw something up or end up with at least one bad part. tongue.gif).

Went with:
Asus Sabertooth Z77
CM Storm Trooper case
i7 3770K with Hyper 212 EVO and AS5
MSI Twin Frozr HD 7850
Thermaltake Black Widow 850w
OCZ Vertex 4 128GB SSD

Going to run stock speeds for a few days, then see if I can figure out how to overclock something again.

Current idle temps seem pretty good from what I've read. I didn't spend as much time as I usually did in the past...I just started buying crap. Don't even know what to shoot for as far as overclocking goes...but that's why I came here. Off to do some reading. smile.gif

    
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+like 500!!!!
I have got the swiftec h20 220 and I would recommend it to anyone, I previously had the h100 and on a 4.4 overclock on 3770k the temps are really good idle is a couple degrees off ambient and running prime 95 for 30mins gets me an average of 65c. Versus h100 75c on load. This is with x2 240mm rads reservoir and gpu in loop. The pump is awesome.

Edited by foreign03 - 2/2/13 at 5:04pm
post #6186 of 12527
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If I were you I would hold off on a cooler for the new Swiftech H220 All in One. It should be better quality and value than the rest and about the same price too, $140. It should hitting the market March 1st.

2 problems.

1. It won't be out in time for me.
2. The shops around here don't stock Swiftech products.

This is what I have to pick from...


Obviously I can only look at the ones above that support socket 2011 wink.gif
Any other advice guys?
Edited by DarkSamus - 2/2/13 at 8:11pm
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post #6187 of 12527
DarkSamus -

I'm really happy with my Antec Kuhler 920 so far. Load temps at 4.2 GHz on my i7-3930k are 67-69 C, coolant stays at 40-41 C with the fans ramped up to about 1600 RPM. It's not that "quiet" under full load, but cooling performance is pretty good and it looks good in the Storm Trooper.

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post #6188 of 12527
Hey Guys,

Looking to Join to club Stryker's Club, I am still working on this build. Its a project that I am still working on. I will have my build log up once I am able to get more done.
I've had the Stryker since release, but just got the project off the ground and had the case painted by my buddy recently.
Its painted House of Colours - Tangerine Orange with Gold metallic flakes.

Here is what is looks like right now.
Plans right now are to use Courgar fans, with a MCR280 at the top, MCR120 at the rear, MCR320 at the front.

Ill post most as I get more pics of the project.
BTW pics were taken with iPhone in case some came out kinda blurry.















Edited by solara2xb - 2/3/13 at 2:08am
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post #6189 of 12527
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Hey Guys,

Looking to Join to club Stryker's Club, I am still working on this build. Its a project that I am still working on. I will have my build log up once I am able to get more done.
I've had the Stryker since release, but just got the project off the ground and had the case painted by my buddy recently.
Its painted House of Colours - Tangerine Orange with Gold metallic flakes.

Looks great!
    
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Like the look of it very different compared to the white and black going around. Hope your going custom water in your build would look awesome.
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