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I decided to order one for myself wink.gif I'll be attempting to use a H100 in the front, haven't decided which direction to push airflow yet smile.gif

Tell me how it goes. You know I want utter silence, too. thumb.gif
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yes, plz update us on this. maybe some pic's to
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I won't be using any of the 3.5" bays and I'll be removing any obstructions wink.gif There will be enough room for a push-pull config when I am done. I'll also be mounting the block "upside-down" so that it appears right-side-up (Since the motherboard is upside sown) if the space around the socket accommodates this.
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You should be able to use the top drive bay ...the radiator only entered into the lower bay from what I can see.
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I'm talking about this little block here. I know you can take out the entire drive bay, but it looks like you'll also have to cut that piece out if you want an H100 to fit.

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I know which part you're taking about. I'm going to remove it. wink.gif Worst-case scenario I have to drill out a rivet.
    
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Just making sure. Out of curiosity, where will you be putting your drives?
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Just making sure. Out of curiosity, where will you be putting your drives?
Either in the 2nd 5.25" bay or behind the motherboard somewhere. I only use 2 SSDs smile.gif I plan on cutting a side-panel window and sleeving (or using my existing extensions) the PSU, too. She's going to be purdy wink.gif

I have to RMA my GTX 680 for a bad fan bearing, too. Not sure what GPU I'm going to replace it with... maybe even a GTX 670. This is going to be a neat rebuild wink.gif
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Either in the 2nd 5.25" bay or behind the motherboard somewhere. I only use 2 SSDs smile.gif I plan on cutting a side-panel window and sleeving (or using my existing extensions) the PSU, too. She's going to be purdy wink.gif
I have to RMA my GTX 680 for a bad fan bearing, too. Not sure what GPU I'm going to replace it with... maybe even a GTX 670. This is going to be a neat rebuild wink.gif

I'm excited to see what you do with your case and the final results. I'm also eyeing up either TJ08-E or the PS07 for my next rebuild, I guess they are pretty similar internally just the external aesthetic to choose between.
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For those who haven't seen staryoshi's post in the itx/matx SFF thread. I'll be doing a custom cpu water loop with air cooled gfx card. should be done within the week!
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Preview:
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The cabling will be cleaned up once I decide on which fans and GPU to use... and disassemble the H100 molex power connector and reassemble it, since it won't fit through the 8-pin routing hole. Also, the led fans are white, not blue, and the red is very deep and vivid, not off-pink tongue.gif
I'll have final pictures to show once this build is ready for prime time wink.gif It's about 92% there - a few components and lots of cable management / light modding to go. (And replacement of the 24-pin extension, probably) When it's done, very few cables will be visible wink.gif
side-note: The h100 does not fit in the SST-PS07 without modification. I am using it in a pull-only configuration with it mounted in two of the front bay holes, such that the radiator enters into the second 5.25" bay slightly. Due to the caps at the end of the rad, it cannot be used in conjunction with all 8 fan mounts in the front bay.
See the pictures below for details:
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Despite the h100 inconveniences, I really love this case. So many design wins (EG Curved front panel filter, magnetic PSU filter, high-quality 3.5" bays, sharp design, removable mobo tray, handy front door, spacious area behind mobo tray, etc). I may go back to a Kuhler 620/920, too... I'm still undecided, but I'll play with it and find out which path seems like the most fun wink.gif
Heavy side-panel modding is on the horizon (Acrylic window with laser etched design, ideally)
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