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post #5011 of 13812
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Well, the nice thing about the rear fan exhaust, is that it has SEVERAL mounts for the fan, so you could do a 120mm or 140mm regardless of how thick the radiator is. As you can see here:
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Yeah, I'm looking forward to that smile.gif

I hear rumors that you can fit a pair of 120's in there too if one is willing to sacrifice the flexibility of moving them up or down. Is this true? If so, this thing is like a unicorn bred with a narwhal that shoots rainbows. A case of almost impossible awesomeness for it's price bracket.


I'm just happy NZXT let us 120mm fan lovers in on the fun with this bad boy. There are so many 120mm fans available it's ridiculous, plus it's got 140mm support without messing it up for 120mm rads smile.gif. A lot of nicer full tower cases these days have those crazy proprietary 200mm fans and what not. Ick.

Indeed. I'm using 140's on the front, 120's everywhere else. I've got stacks of 120mm fans from over the years and the designers took a lot of the communities feedback from other chassis and implemented it in the S810.

It really is an awesome case, especially at the price.
post #5012 of 13812
Its simple I paid 160 for it and would have paid the price of the 800D for it gladly , not many things you would change and the things you would you can pretty easily , we have 500+ pages of satisfied customers and I know weve mentioned support often but.. its something else , raising the bar for sure!
    
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Just ordered some UV LED light strips for mine, custom UV tubing for my h100, and another 140mm fan that I will mod for more intake behind the hotswap bay. Can't wait biggrin.gif
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post #5014 of 13812
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Just ordered some UV LED light strips for mine, custom UV tubing for my h100, and another 140mm fan that I will mod for more intake behind the hotswap bay. Can't wait biggrin.gif

Let me know how the UV LED strip works on anything that is UV reactive. I have one by logisys that does not make anything glow.
post #5015 of 13812
Yeah I bought a pair of cathodes and one of them is really dim and the other is ok , I dont really like it , I was looking at something like this instead
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=16729&vpn=MDLED5UV&manufacture=Logisys%20Computer
That seems like it would be brighter and I can hide it in a bay , im kinda wondering though because its 4.20 $ cant be that great..
I want my UV tubing to pop and I might make my sleeving UV as well , although I dont know if having UV blue tubing and UV blue sleeving , blue mobo blue ram .. blue led raystorm cpu block . too much ??
    
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Yeah I bought a pair of cathodes and one of them is really dim and the other is ok , I dont really like it , I was looking at something like this instead
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=16729&vpn=MDLED5UV&manufacture=Logisys%20Computer
That seems like it would be brighter and I can hide it in a bay , im kinda wondering though because its 4.20 $ cant be that great..
I want my UV tubing to pop and I might make my sleeving UV as well , although I dont know if having UV blue tubing and UV blue sleeving , blue mobo blue ram .. blue led raystorm cpu block . too much ??

I have a 3 LED version of what I believe to be that same light and it's decent, although not stellar. UV just screams fluorescent lights, although there are UV leds too.

The biggest problem I've had is that the inverters for a lot of CCFLs are junk. If you look hard enough though you can usually find CCFLs for dirt cheap on ebay. For instance this logisys kit for 6 bucks + 3 bucks shipping and 2.50 for each additional item. I have some red CCFLs from Logisys and the ccfls themselves are pretty awesome. The inverters not so much, but Xoxide sells lamptron inverters that will take 4 or 8 lights and work great. They are nice aluminum chunks of awesomeness instead of hot running plastic garbage, and they have less whine when you have a ton of lights. I've run the 8 light ones with 4 lights with no troubles, although I have heard some grumblings that they struggle with 8 12 inch cathodes. That could also be power supply related too, as they aren't exactly energy efficient.
post #5017 of 13812
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Do most of you guys have an ATX mobo, im just wondering for size comparison.

I am running an XL-ATX (MSI Big Bang X-Power II) longer than wider (34.5cm(L) x 26.4cm(W)).
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post #5018 of 13812
I ordered this pretty dang expensive, the videos I have seen show this thing being really nice so lets see thumb.gif

My 8 Gelid 140's / H100 tubing should glow fairly well along side the NZXT sleeved blue light strip
Edited by Gallien - 6/19/12 at 9:33pm
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post #5019 of 13812
EK finally have their GTX 670 waterblocks ready!
Now I have to make some big decisions.
I'm looking at getting another radiator (I've got a 420mm for in the top already). If I was to get another radiator, will the temp difference be big enough for it to be worth it? (I'll be running an OC 3770k and SLI OCed GTX 670s).
If it is worth it, should I get a 240mm rad for in the bottom? I dont think I can fit a 280mm with an AX1200 PSU but am very interested to hear if anyone has managed it.

TL;DR can you fit a 280mm rad in the bottom with an AX1200? If not, what about a 240mm? (I dont mind having to dremmel the case).
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post #5020 of 13812
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Originally Posted by eotheod View Post

EK finally have their GTX 670 waterblocks ready!
Now I have to make some big decisions.
I'm looking at getting another radiator (I've got a 420mm for in the top already). If I was to get another radiator, will the temp difference be big enough for it to be worth it? (I'll be running an OC 3770k and SLI OCed GTX 670s).
If it is worth it, should I get a 240mm rad for in the bottom? I dont think I can fit a 280mm with an AX1200 PSU but am very interested to hear if anyone has managed it.
TL;DR can you fit a 280mm rad in the bottom with an AX1200? If not, what about a 240mm? (I dont mind having to dremmel the case).

*digs back into the Switch pic files*





I used an HCP1200 with an RX240 on the bottom, they were fairly close. HCP1200 is 1/2" shorter than AX1200 and not fully modular so it needs less cable space (tighter bend radius off the box). A 280mm would be TIGHT if not impossible. However, what in the heck do you need 1200w in a system thats lucky to pull 300w from the wall? My heavily OC'd 3570k and 670 manage a whopping 274w max and I'm using a tiny SFX 450w PSU.



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