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post #1981 of 2736
Well bending metal should for a former worker of a smeltery be an easy task. wheee.gif

I think i can work with those informations. I will just save some pictures of the cuts and bends und try it with my brother when i sell my clevo.

I'm thinking about that:

CPU: i7 4790K
CPU Cooler: H80i (With arctic MX-4)
GPU: GTX 980 Ref
MB: Asus Z97i-Plus
SSD: Crucial M500 480GB M.2
RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 2x8GB 1600MHz
PSU: ST45SF-G, SX600-G or SFX-500GD-C

I think that should stay relatively cool and quiet in a nice formfactor. biggrin.gif

Edit: Fortget to mention: I will use a external ODD, so i could remove the bracket completly. Those slim ones are expensiv in switzerland~ I Just hope that the will be a mountingpoint for a small junk 2.5" hdd.
Edited by Danzle - 11/10/14 at 10:00am
post #1982 of 2736
Theis is from HoseHead over hardforum:



That is the part from the ODD bracket that 'limit' the radiator thickness. If you cut it you will lose one 2.5 and the 3.5 bay. But you can always stick the hdd somewhere eles tongue.gif

Whoa, chieftec is something I haven't heard in a while. That SFX looks really nice and have a 120mm fan (tho the ODD will get in the way). Too bad they will not be sold here mad.gif
Edited by vicyo - 11/10/14 at 11:44am
post #1983 of 2736
From another thread:
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Originally Posted by Danzle View Post

http://www.hartware.de/review_1783_1.html

They have a review, but it's in german. I will read it and if some one is curious about something, i will try and translate.

Informations about the fan:

Manufacturer: Globe Fan
Modell: S1201512MW
Bearing: Sleeve Bearing
Ratet Voltage: 12 V
Start Voltage: 6 V
Electricity: 0,35 A
Sice: 120 mm / 15mm
RPM(Max) 1800 U/min
Airflow : 61 CFM
Noise: 32,3 dBA

Noise Rating:

You can't hear the PSU itself. Basicly no noise or whining. Tha fans are silent in idle and with max load you can slightly hear a whispering (if you want call it that).

Power Rating:

It outperforms the enermax platimax 500w in some tests and is in the awarage rating "very good".

The end rating translatet:
Positiv:
+ silent in idle and middle load
+ no electronc noise
+ stable voltage
+ good scores ont the input/draw
+ DC-to-DC Technik

Neutral:
o they use japanese Elkos
o fully modular
o soldering of the pcb
o Single-Rail

Negativ:
- bad manual
- only 24. month warranty
post #1984 of 2736
Assassin's Creed Unity System requirements:
Quote:
RECOMMENDED:
OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8/8.1 (64-bit operating system required)
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 @ 3.4 GHz or AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0 GHz or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 or AMD Radeon R9 290X (3 GB VRAM)
Hard Drive: 50 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card with latest drivers
Additional Notes: Supported video cards at the time of release: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 or better, GeForce GTX 700 series; AMD Radeon HD7970 or better, Radeon R9 200 series Note: Laptop versions of these cards may work but are NOT officially supported.

-Time for an upgrade ph34r-smiley.gif and investigate which card fits this case
Edited by Travee - 11/11/14 at 6:04am
post #1985 of 2736
Quote:
Originally Posted by Arniebomba View Post

You could switch the sides. That way you can do whatever you want with the alu.
I tried switching the side pannels on my case but the huge aluminum block on the back Pannel keeps me from switching the pannels. Any ideas on how to get this off? Or work around it. I really wanna switch the pannels.
post #1986 of 2736
Do you havepictures of the aluminum block?

A question regarding the odd bracket: Is it screwed on the frame (removable) or part of the frame? Would be easyer to unscrew that thing and leav it in the box and put a 2.5" betwean radiator and backpanel.
post #1987 of 2736
I am guessing it is the block that is supposed to touch the hard drive in the hot swap bay?
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post #1988 of 2736
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Originally Posted by Danzle View Post

Do you havepictures of the aluminum block?

A question regarding the odd bracket: Is it screwed on the frame (removable) or part of the frame? Would be easyer to unscrew that thing and leav it in the box and put a 2.5" betwean radiator and backpanel.
OK. Here's the deal. The back panel (the one on the back by the hard drive mounting area has a large aluminum block mounted on the upper left hand panel to make contact with the 3.25" HDD for cooling) Now when I take the back panel and move it to the front, the aluminum block is so thick it doesn't enable the panel to close. The blocks hits the internal metal frame. I was wondering if anyone was able to remove this block. Or maybe find a way around it.
post #1989 of 2736
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Originally Posted by A wild skybear View Post

OK. Here's the deal. The back panel (the one on the back by the hard drive mounting area has a large aluminum block mounted on the upper left hand panel to make contact with the 3.25" HDD for cooling) Now when I take the back panel and move it to the front, the aluminum block is so thick it doesn't enable the panel to close. The blocks hits the internal metal frame. I was wondering if anyone was able to remove this block. Or maybe find a way around it.
It's really confusing now, no chance for a photo of that block? I do not remember any aluminium block on both FT03 cases
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Originally Posted by Danzle View Post

Do you havepictures of the aluminum block?

A question regarding the odd bracket: Is it screwed on the frame (removable) or part of the frame? Would be easyer to unscrew that thing and leav it in the box and put a 2.5" betwean radiator and backpanel.
Yeah it's meant to be removable as it's attached to the frame with 4 screws, but the 2.5 and 3.5 brackets uses the odd bracket as a secure mounting point. You could use the 3.5 and 2.5 only, but it will be way to flimsy to be considered 'safe'
post #1990 of 2736
The side panel has a aluminum block to attempt to cool the hot swap bay.

Image from bit-tech
2en3hat.jpg

I was going to remove mine, but did not want to chance bending the panel.
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