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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

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    White/Black
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    Black/black
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post #13331 of 13812
Once again - Here is mine,




Yes it needs a respray on the custom panels
     
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WD Caviar Blue 1tb 7200RPM WD Caviar Blue 1tb 7200RPM WD Caviar Blue 500gb 7200RPM 120.5 Custom Loop 
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Windows 10 Pro x64 LG D2343P-BN 3D Monitor @ 70Hz Corsair K70 (MX Brown) Corsair AX Series 850w 
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NZXT Switch 810 Black (Heavily Modded) Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Sennheiser HD 598 Cs 
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Hitachi 24" 70Hz Monitor Logitech EX110 OCZ ZT 550w Full Modular Zalman Z9 Plus 
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WD Caviar Blue 1tb 7200RPM WD Caviar Blue 1tb 7200RPM WD Caviar Blue 500gb 7200RPM 120.5 Custom Loop 
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Windows 10 Pro x64 LG D2343P-BN 3D Monitor @ 70Hz Corsair K70 (MX Brown) Corsair AX Series 850w 
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NZXT Switch 810 Black (Heavily Modded) Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Sennheiser HD 598 Cs 
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I managed to cram 4 radiators in my switch without any mods. RX360, RX240, RX120, and an EX120.Those 290X's dump some serious heat. Cell phone shots, I will get some better pics taken soon.
 
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post #13333 of 13812
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Originally Posted by The Storm View Post

I managed to cram 4 radiators in my switch without any mods. RX360, RX240, RX120, and an EX120.Those 290X's dump some serious heat. Cell phone shots, I will get some better pics taken soon.

Whats your p95 stress test temp on the cpu?
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Whats your p95 stress test temp on the cpu?

I havent ran p95 in a long time but it all depends on what clock and voltage I have it set at. Luckily my 4770k runs pretty cool to begin with and doesnt really dump much heat into the loop, my previous ones did not. The rads are more for my gpu's, 290x's take some serious cooling when you crank em up.
 
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Originally Posted by The Storm View Post

I havent ran p95 in a long time but it all depends on what clock and voltage I have it set at. Luckily my 4770k runs pretty cool to begin with and doesnt really dump much heat into the loop, my previous ones did not. The rads are more for my gpu's, 290x's take some serious cooling when you crank em up.
Whats your idle and load temp? Mine is at 29 and 70sh
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My cards idle about 32c and when I play BF4 with my fans slowed down to 900rpm stays at 60. If I put the fans up to 1650 the cards stay in the low 50's.
The cpu running 4.6 @1.3v stays under 80c with OCCT if I remember correctly. It's been awhile since I ran a stress test on the cpu.
Edited by The Storm - 3/4/14 at 8:43pm
 
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Kingston hyperx 3k  WD  Crucial M500 Asus dvd rw 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
XSPC RX480 XSPC RX480 XSPC RX240 XSPC EX240 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
EK GTX 1080ti water block Mcp35x Windows 10 Xstar 
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Kingston hyperx 3k  WD  Crucial M500 Asus dvd rw 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
XSPC RX480 XSPC RX480 XSPC RX240 XSPC EX240 
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post #13337 of 13812
Finally updated and cleaned up my loop. The coolant is a little murky cus I couldn't be bothered for the air to work it's way out; Mayhems pastel really foams!

140x3x60 in the roof with six Gelid Silents

And a 140x2x80 in the basement with the default case fans (they're for show and I doubt I'll ever turn them on).

Gonna put some LEDs into the water blocks I think. Not sure...



Edited by neonetos - 3/10/14 at 5:32pm
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Hello all, about to order this case and have a question about rad support that I am having a hard time finding an answer to.

I am going to put a 420 in the top of the case, and would like to keep things uniform by having a 280 in the front. I watched OC3D's extensive review of the case, and he pointed out that with a 160mm PSU you could put a 240 and mayyyybe squeeze a 280 in the bottom, but when he removed the hard drive cages he put a 240 on the front and said that it could fit a 280 with both cages out, but it almost sounded like he mispoke, and to me, it looks like it wouldn't fit but I really couldn't get a good enough look. Could anyone clue me in on this before I order my rads/fans?

TL;DR: Will a 280mm rad fit in the front with both HDD cages removed?

Thanks ya'll.

Although the front natively supports 140s, a 280 won't fit due to the way the radiator juts out for the inlet/outlet; the 5.25 gets in the way. You could try and remove it dremel it.

Same goes for a 280 on the floor, I had to cut away the bottom front fan mounts to get that sucker in there.
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Originally Posted by neonetos View Post

Although the front natively supports 140s, a 280 won't fit due to the way the radiator juts out for the inlet/outlet; the 5.25 gets in the way. You could try and remove it dremel it.

Same goes for a 280 on the floor, I had to cut away the bottom front fan mounts to get that sucker in there.

Good to know.. I am looking into adding a 280 rad in the bottom.
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Originally Posted by Antykain View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by neonetos View Post

Although the front natively supports 140s, a 280 won't fit due to the way the radiator juts out for the inlet/outlet; the 5.25 gets in the way. You could try and remove it dremel it.

Same goes for a 280 on the floor, I had to cut away the bottom front fan mounts to get that sucker in there.

Good to know.. I am looking into adding a 280 rad in the bottom.


Check this build log for the mod to get the 280 in the bottom:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1222267/nzxt-switch-810-420-280-build


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