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Give me a few hours and will post many pics. Triple rads in the top modded and ones unmodded. Building one right now actually! But at work. Will take some pics and post them. Pm me as I might forget. What sort of pics do u want??

Excellent, look forward to seeing them. Tom at chilledpc got back to me, very quick I might add, but ok at work now. The general jist is thin rads up top, nothing thick like an RX. Also they whack 92mm fans for exhaust as I don't think there's room for two 120s.

So if i get one my RX will go downstairs and maybe an EX triple in the roof
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I will get you pics of reverse atx with modded roof to fit 360 rad. The system has 2 gpus right now, but used to run 3.
     
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You'd need to mod the roof to fit anything thicker than a 30mm thick rad with 25mm fans, even that can be a tight squeeze depending on where the MOSFET heatsinks are placed and how tall they are. I used a Black Ice Stealth GT on mine but with 30fpi it needed higher speed fans to be effective.
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Im interested in this same case, not sure what can fit in the way of rads either. Im after getting an RX360 in the roof, doubt push/pull would be possible though. I've sent a message to ChilledPC asking them whats possible, i'll post what i find out in here.
Also noticed on the ChilledPC site that the picture of the case doesn't have the holes in the floor panel for routing tubing? Anyone know what thats all about? Is there something removable there?

The mod is designed for an MCR 320 which is 34mm thick, so there's no way an RX360 will fit at 58.5 cm thick. The MCR is out of stock so I picked up the EX360 as it's only 1mm thicker.

As for the push pull, I don't see any reason to need a push/pull when you have a 480 in the bottom of the case. I have an RX480 which will have 4 fans pushing, and the ex360 up top with 2 or 3 pushing up through the vent. For one GPU, CPU and a full coverage block, should be more then ample cooling.

Not sure about the floor panel, but I have an acrylic white midplate and I just plan on drilling and tapping holes for barbs to go through. It's cleaner anyway.
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Give me a few hours and will post many pics. Triple rads in the top modded and ones unmodded. Building one right now actually! But at work. Will take some pics and post them. Pm me as I might forget. What sort of pics do u want??

That would be awesome, thanks!! Id like to see pics of how, or whats in the way for mounting a thrid fan, and with fans on the bottom how close they are to the board. Thanks!

I'd also love to see the Reverse ATX pics, cause that's how my case is, thanks!
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I thought about running a 360MM or possibly a 240mm rad in the top of my TJ, but in the end I think it looks so much cleaner and better with everything down in the bottom section. I'm running a SR1 480MM with NB fans and that gives me excellent temps for my 2500k and dual 6970 graphic cards. What are you planning on running that would need all the cooling power the bottom and top can provide? I can't imagine needing a 480MM, 360MM, and 240MM radiator all in the same case...unless you're captain overkill.
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I thought about running a 360MM or possibly a 240mm rad in the top of my TJ, but in the end I think it looks so much cleaner and better with everything down in the bottom section. I'm running a SR1 480MM with NB fans and that gives me excellent temps for my 2500k and dual 6970 graphic cards. What are you planning on running that would need all the cooling power the bottom and top can provide? I can't imagine needing a 480MM, 360MM, and 240MM radiator all in the same case...unless you're captain overkill.

Well I just wanted a 480 and a 360. I'm (for now) cooling a 5.0ghz 2600k, full board block (MIVE-Z) and one gtx 560 ti. I plan on tri-SLI 560s or 580s in the future is why I was gonna get the 360 for the top. I think the 480 below will suffice my needs at the moment though. I still wanted to see pics to help make my decision though.
Edited by jermzz - 11/29/11 at 7:03pm
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You can check my TJ07 build log... This might help you...
I installed an MCR320 on top and SR1 480 at the bottom..I had to mod the top of the TJ07 to make the MCR320 fit.

http://www.overclock.net/t/769047/wc-log-tj07-wc-log-final-pics-7-27#post9891551
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sorry for long wait! upping now. but will post link to album as quite a few pics.
     
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sorry for crappy pics. will explain if any questions. most of the triple rads in the top right nwo dont have modded roofs. this is due to the customers only paying for double rads in the top, but we have lots of 360mm in stock due to building interactive bus stop pcs, so we use them instead. also, if you want to see better pics of the reverse atx triple, search for "beast computers cerberus" in google

http://s1183.photobucket.com/albums/x463/sircles/TJ07%20rad/
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