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Originally Posted by benito View Post

Pedestal or roof riser?

Pedestal made by Dwood
post #6782 of 12471


Edited by oerfydkn09 - 3/22/13 at 5:00am
post #6783 of 12471
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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

Pedestal made by Dwood
Can't wait to see this done! Curious as to how the front panel will be extended though.
 
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post #6784 of 12471
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Originally Posted by benben84 View Post

Can't wait to see this done! Curious as to how the front panel will be extended though.

it won't. Maybe.. I'll buy a second front panel and do a lil bit of modding myself.
post #6785 of 12471
Hello everyone,

I've been checking out this thread for a while and I have decided to share what I have been working for a while.

The Storm Trooper is truly the best looking case I have owned, along with the options of countless ways to piece everything together; I don't see myself ever changing.

Starting with Watercooling the CPU, with intentions for future expansions.
Expanding with integration of the graphics card, followed by the motherboard.
Through out the entire time, the Storm Trooper has been very pleasing to work with.

Routing goes from the Pump/Res over the Top/Outside of the case to the RAD > CPU > GPU > Mobo > Pump/Res.
As the size of the System is, I needed an easy way to transport the Trooper to LANs; I've attached Quick disconnects between the RAD and Pump/res and the RAD and CPU Block, this with the Koolance mount allows the RAD to be temperley removed from the loop during transport, as it weight by its self a good 4kg (9lbs), once the RAD has been removed it is a lot easier to move around.

I am more than glad to share more feedback, as any questions are welcome to help the community out.

Hardware:
Coolermaster Storm Trooper smile.gif
i7 960 @ 4.4GHz
Corsair Dominator GT 4GBx2 @ 1866MHz
GTX 680 (Currently at stock clocks)
EVGA Classified w/ waterblock
Vertex 2, 3 60GB, 4 128GB.
HDD, a couple of TB.

2x Red cathods, which don't really do much against the 5m strip (unbroken) worth of (600)LEDs I managed to fit throughout the case.

Watercooling:
XSPC D5 Pump/Res
XSPC GTX 680 Block
Bitspower CPU Block Summit EF Intel Acrylic Clear
EK EVGA X58 CLASSIFIED Plexi+Nickel Block
Alphacool 480 Monsta RAD w/ Pushpull (looks better with push/pull in my opinion)
Koolance Quick Disconnects
Coolermaster Silent Fans @ 1000rpm x8
Bitfenix Recon Fan Controller
Koolance Rad mount kit
PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID
MAYHEMS Pastel Red Coolant

Current:







Past: (Sorry I do not have many past photo's as I didn't have a half decent camera)


This is my first post of my Storm Trooper,
Thank You for reading.
post #6786 of 12471
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by Goose194 View Post

Hello everyone,

I've been checking out this thread for a while and I have decided to share what I have been working for a while.

The Storm Trooper is truly the best looking case I have owned, along with the options of countless ways to piece everything together; I don't see myself ever changing.

Starting with Watercooling the CPU, with intentions for future expansions.
Expanding with integration of the graphics card, followed by the motherboard.
Through out the entire time, the Storm Trooper has been very pleasing to work with.

Routing goes from the Pump/Res over the Top/Outside of the case to the RAD > CPU > GPU > Mobo > Pump/Res.
As the size of the System is, I needed an easy way to transport the Trooper to LANs; I've attached Quick disconnects between the RAD and Pump/res and the RAD and CPU Block, this with the Koolance mount allows the RAD to be temperley removed from the loop during transport, as it weight by its self a good 4kg (9lbs), once the RAD has been removed it is a lot easier to move around.

I am more than glad to share more feedback, as any questions are welcome to help the community out.

Hardware:
Coolermaster Storm Trooper smile.gif
i7 960 @ 4.4GHz
Corsair Dominator GT 4GBx2 @ 1866MHz
GTX 680 (Currently at stock clocks)
EVGA Classified w/ waterblock
Vertex 2, 3 60GB, 4 128GB.
HDD, a couple of TB.

2x Red cathods, which don't really do much against the 5m strip (unbroken) worth of (600)LEDs I managed to fit throughout the case.

Watercooling:
XSPC D5 Pump/Res
XSPC GTX 680 Block
Bitspower CPU Block Summit EF Intel Acrylic Clear
EK EVGA X58 CLASSIFIED Plexi+Nickel Block
Alphacool 480 Monsta RAD w/ Pushpull (looks better with push/pull in my opinion)
Koolance Quick Disconnects
Coolermaster Silent Fans @ 1000rpm x8
Bitfenix Recon Fan Controller
Koolance Rad mount kit
PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID
MAYHEMS Pastel Red Coolant

Current:







Past: (Sorry I do not have many past photo's as I didn't have a half decent camera)


This is my first post of my Storm Trooper,
Thank You for reading.

Welcome to OCN! smile.gif
Nice set up you got there, fits in well with all the rest!
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK FC-670GTX Plexi CSQ GPU Block x2 EK XT240 EK X3 250 Res Laing D5 Vario 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
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post #6788 of 12471
Quote:
Originally Posted by vitaweat View Post

Looks great seriously considering that, at least saves me buying a separate pump, res. Do you know if the pump is strong enough for an additional 140 rad and 2 x gpu blocks?

i would think so it is a MCP35X lots of info around the net ( pretty sure martins has some
Quote:
Originally Posted by Goose194 View Post

Hello everyone, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I've been checking out this thread for a while and I have decided to share what I have been working for a while.

The Storm Trooper is truly the best looking case I have owned, along with the options of countless ways to piece everything together; I don't see myself ever changing.

Starting with Watercooling the CPU, with intentions for future expansions.
Expanding with integration of the graphics card, followed by the motherboard.
Through out the entire time, the Storm Trooper has been very pleasing to work with.

Routing goes from the Pump/Res over the Top/Outside of the case to the RAD > CPU > GPU > Mobo > Pump/Res.
As the size of the System is, I needed an easy way to transport the Trooper to LANs; I've attached Quick disconnects between the RAD and Pump/res and the RAD and CPU Block, this with the Koolance mount allows the RAD to be temperley removed from the loop during transport, as it weight by its self a good 4kg (9lbs), once the RAD has been removed it is a lot easier to move around.

I am more than glad to share more feedback, as any questions are welcome to help the community out.

Hardware:
Coolermaster Storm Trooper smile.gif
i7 960 @ 4.4GHz
Corsair Dominator GT 4GBx2 @ 1866MHz
GTX 680 (Currently at stock clocks)
EVGA Classified w/ waterblock
Vertex 2, 3 60GB, 4 128GB.
HDD, a couple of TB.

2x Red cathods, which don't really do much against the 5m strip (unbroken) worth of (600)LEDs I managed to fit throughout the case.

Watercooling:
XSPC D5 Pump/Res
XSPC GTX 680 Block
Bitspower CPU Block Summit EF Intel Acrylic Clear
EK EVGA X58 CLASSIFIED Plexi+Nickel Block
Alphacool 480 Monsta RAD w/ Pushpull (looks better with push/pull in my opinion)
Koolance Quick Disconnects
Coolermaster Silent Fans @ 1000rpm x8
Bitfenix Recon Fan Controller
Koolance Rad mount kit
PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID
MAYHEMS Pastel Red Coolant

Current:







Past: (Sorry I do not have many past photo's as I didn't have a half decent camera)


This is my first post of my Storm Trooper,
Thank You for reading
.

yes welcome
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Next step, sleeving. I'll probably just pick up extensions though. Seems much easier.
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post #6790 of 12471
Quote:
Originally Posted by vitaweat View Post

Looks great seriously considering that, at least saves me buying a separate pump, res. Do you know if the pump is strong enough for an additional 140 rad and 2 x gpu blocks?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

i would think so, it is a MCP35X. lots of info around the net ( pretty sure martins has some)

Old setups with the same MCP35x

120x35mm rad, cpu, 120x60mm rad, gpu, 240x35mm rad


cpu, 120x60mm rad, 2x gpu, 240x35mm
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