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First post here , and happy owner of a Storm Trooper X79 rig :













After having gone through the awesomeness of this thread , I'm seriously thinking about watercooling it (never done before though )
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that is a E-ATX right? and it isnt listed for support in the storm trooper tongue.gif is all the stand off's in use or? ( i know not all of them have to be inplace for the mobo to work)

very nice btw thumb.gif
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Hey guys, i bought my storm trooper today (jeej me!)
Now i got some questions about the controller on top of the case.

Will i be able to connect led strips to that controller to turn on/off led strips? (i'm not going to use led-fans)
If so, how? biggrin.gif

I'm planning on stacking lots of led strips in it (copying some other builds in this thread) but i want to be able to turn them on & off)

I'm going to have lots of fun with this case i hope !! biggrin.gif
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that is a E-ATX right? and it isnt listed for support in the storm trooper tongue.gif is all the stand off's in use or? ( i know not all of them have to be inplace for the mobo to work)

Thanks , It fits perfectly , and as you can see there is still place for a larger mobo.

I have seen a lot of people praising XSPC watercooling kits (I'm a noob in this field ) .After some research I have seen that their kits come with the cpu block only , if I add VRM/PCH blocks would the supplied pump be enough to cool all the blocks ?
Do I have to get the 360 radiator or the 240 one ?
Edited by dawestsides - 2/18/13 at 10:38am
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Originally Posted by dawestsides View Post

Thanks , It fits perfectly , and as you can see there is still place for a larger mobo.

I have seen a lot of people praising XSPC watercooling kits (I'm a noob in this field ) .After some research I have seen that their kits come with the cpu block only , if I add VRM/PCH blocks would the supplied pump be enough to cool all the blocks ?
Do I have to get the 360 radiator or the 240 one ?

If you go for a 360, you'll have to remove the optical drive or mod your case so you can install the radiator somewhere else. A 240 won't have any issues concerning the installation. It will also depend on what you're cooling and how much you're going to overclock.
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8GB Crucial DDR4 250 GB Seagate 500 GB Seagate 250 GB Seagate 
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Asus Strix Tactic Pro Cooler Master V 650S CM Storm Stryker Genius Maurus 
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post #6396 of 12478
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Originally Posted by dawestsides View Post

Thanks , It fits perfectly , and as you can see there is still place for a larger mobo.

I have seen a lot of people praising XSPC watercooling kits (I'm a noob in this field ) .After some research I have seen that their kits come with the cpu block only , if I add VRM/PCH blocks would the supplied pump be enough to cool all the blocks ?
Do I have to get the 360 radiator or the 240 one ?
As for your pump question if you get the D5 or DDC version yes with either of those you can add just about any block you want beyond your cpu block I would be a little iffy with the X720 kits. As for rads I am using a 240 for just my cpu. without modding you can fit a 240 in the roof and the basement if you want to get creative/mod you can add more than that.
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Got it.
But still, what is the reason? It works when i first start it and then this happens.

Sorry for the late reply. As heard the speaker keeps on going, you could recheck all connectors on the pcb. But I just think it's a faulty version.
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Here's my case when I got it a few months ago.
Should I remove the beer bottle using paint? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

More Stella!! lol, nice clean build. I hope you have the case on clean surface cause that carpet might suffocate the psu.
PS: GO DRINK HER!
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First post here , and happy owner of a Storm Trooper X79 rig : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










After having gone through the awesomeness of this thread , I'm seriously thinking about watercooling it (never done before though )

thinking.gif that mobo deserves 2 (or 3 biggrin.gif ) gpu's!
post #6398 of 12478
Hey guys, if I decide to water cool my Phenom X4 965BE and my 7950, I figure I'm going to at least have two 240 rads, right? Or could I get away with just a 280 up top?
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guys, is it a good idea to connect a power supply to the fancontroller, without puting everything in the case just to test the fan controller?

there is noting that makes it a bad idea right tongue.gif ...
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GTX 680 4x Kingston hyperX 120GB H105 for CPU H80i for GPU 2 
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Can anybody confirm the install instructions on corsair h100i on CM storm stryker case ?
I've read somewhere not to use washer with h100i unit when installing h100i at top of case..

Additional fans, cooling related..

Also looking at best fans setup for air flow cooling etc. Have h100i fans pulling air inside of case facing gpu.
Have rear fan pulling air our of case, have two 120mm fans facing front of case pulling air in.

Does anybody know if 200mm fan will fit in bottom of case and remove ssd bracketholder, or only a 120mm fan will work ?
Also have base fan pull air in..

Can any other fans be added for better cooling and which ones - thinking corsair sp120 quiet 120mm for noise and perf factor..or just go with stock fans with case.
Will be oc i7-3770k to 4.5ghz, memory kingston beast hyperx 2400mhz, geforce nvidia gtx670ftw 4g, and mobo msi z77 mPower

ALso 2 x ssd ocz 240g vector 3 max IOPS - where is a good place to put them, if I remove the ssd bracket at base of case for additional 120mm fan ?

Cheers.
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