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Current photos:

Still haven't done anything with wire management or the side panel. I have been too busy playing games and working.

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Inside shots:

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I removed the hard drive 'cage' and mounted my drives on the top of the case, keeping much of my wiring up away from my motherboard.

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The Plan

The Phobya UltraBig Watercase will be the basis for this build. My water cooling has outgrown a traditional full tower case. I am not happy with the lack of space to get my hands in and around inside once everything is in place. Everything in my sig rig is being transferred to this new build. The case arrives Monday afternoon via UPS, hopefully in one piece. I have no idea why Phobya doesn't ship this case the way Mountain Mods do - disassembled. I bought a scratch and dent from performance-pcs.com for almost half the retail price. The first thing I will need to do is try to fix a couple dented edges it has.


What I am getting/doing:

Phobya UltraBig Watercase (obviously)
Power and reset switches (none included with case)
New fittings for water cooling
New tubing (considering clear tubing)
UV lighting (may not use)
Painting interior parts of case (not all)
Painting exterior of case (mostly)
Sleeving for wiring and tubes - ordered
Piece(s) of sheet metal to tidy up/hide some of the case wiring
Piece of sheet metal to make a new side panel
Window kit for new side panel
A phoenix etching on the window
A phoenix small painting on the front of the case
Phobya Xtreme Nova 1080 radiator - ordered

As the build goes along I may add or subtract items and ideas, I am not completely decided about everything including colors.


Here's the Phoenix picture I am currently considering

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Case Review

Okay after working with this case, tearing it apart and rebuilding it with my rig I feel I can give a good review of it...

The Good

Size. This thing is huge! Wide open spaces even after putting all my components inside. Plenty of room for my large hands to fit in and work.
Solid. No plastic. No thin bending aluminum. Many people don't like steel for a case because it's heavy among other reasons but I like it.
Modular. To a degree anyways. You can do what I did and reverse the orientation of the motherboard. Realize though you need to flip the front panel also if you still plan on using the mid plate.
Options Phobya Xtreme Nova 1080 radiator mounts directly to one side panel.
Expansion 9 hard drive slots, 3 power supply slots, extended motherboard sizes and fans or radiators can go literally everywhere.
Ease of Disassembly The case is bolted together with no rivets so disassembly for painting or modding is a breeze
Customizable. Yep you can pretty much do anything to this case. Home Depot sells various size sheets of metal for your cutting and forming pleasure.

The bad

Flush mounted devices. My XSPC dual bay reservoir/pump won't fit flush mounted... all other devices do not have this issue. It's because of where the mount holes are on the XSPC unit.
Lack of good cable management. There's not much for hiding your cables in this case. The circular holes on the motherboard tray are a bit puzzling to me.
Too many pre drilled holes on the side panel. I know they are giving me options, many of the holes are for mounting water pumps and the rest are for fans and radiators but I would have preferred at least one of the panels not riddled. The left side panel (or right side in my case) should not have all the holes so I could just use that with a window mod.
Shipped fully assembled. They should change this. It should reduce damage in shipping and may even reduce costs.

My issues with this case are trivial. Indeed they should be easy fixes for those of us who like to/have to mod. Comparing this case to the Mountain Mods Pinnacle, of which it is a direct competitor at the same price, this case wins hands down in my opinion. If you like to mod or plan to, this case is a blank canvas. A very, very big blank canvas and it's not gonna fall apart if you start hacking away at it.


Stay tuned for more finishing touches to this build. Thanks for looking!
Edited by tout - 7/16/12 at 2:07am
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post #2 of 19
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New Hardware

Well my new camera arrived so I can take some pics of items I have already got, while waiting for the case to be delivered...

Molex to eight 3 pin fan headers for the radiator fans.

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22mm Vandal switches (I have 2) for power and reset buttons. Orange dot.

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Logisys cold cathode tube lights. 2 of these also.

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*Edit 5/2/12*

Half of my new fittings arrived today... These are Phobya 16mm/13mm compression fittings in black nickel finish.

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A Package of LEDs... 2 orange on one molex. These will light up my dual bay res/pump. Bought a second set for my second pump/res.

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20' of clear 5/8" OD, 1/2" ID tubing. Brought this back and got 3/4" OD instead.

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*Edit* 5/4/12

Most of the angle fittings arrived (out of stock) Phobya 45° angle revolvable 16mm/13mm compression fittings in black nickel finish.

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*Edit* 5/5/12

The last 2 angle fittings arrived along with some Phobya fan filters...

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*Edit 6/15/12*

Phobya Xtreme Nova 1080 Radiator

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Mod Smart professional Sleeving Kit UV red

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*edit 6/19/12* Last parts to assemble my radiator to the side of the case arrived...

Alphacool bulkhead conectors

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Phobya 90° angle tube connectors

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Phobya 90° angle fittings

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Edited by tout - 6/19/12 at 4:41am
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post #3 of 19
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Case Painting

The case arrived, scratch and dent, heavy on the dent! Hey, I got this for half price so I expected quite a bit of damage. No complaints from me, it gives me an excuse to work on the case more before reassembling and building. Thinking I may do more painting than planned on this case since banging and bending the dents back into shape have peeled pieces of paint off.

Looks like possible rain for the next few days, I guess I won't get too much done paint wise.

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Here's a group shot of the case parts laid out on the floor.

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Another shot of the parts.

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*Edit* 5/5/12

Finally a day without rain! It's been a week now and I've been staring at these case parts, getting frustrated, lol.

Sanded each piece enough to scuff them up and began spray painting the internal pieces red. Note to self, buy one of those spray handles... my fingers are a bit sore! I am definitely not a pro, there are light areas and runs but I am happy overall. I haven't yet clear coated any of these next pics.

Here's the paints of choice. I already had these on hand and decided to use them.

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5 1/4" Bay covers

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Power supply slot covers.

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A piece of the 5 1/4" drive cage.

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IO panel.

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Motherboard tray.

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The hard drive cage. You can see some damage to these pieces from shipping.

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I also painted a couple of exterior pieces, they need another coat or two but are looking pretty good.

Bottom panel.

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Front panel.

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Edited by tout - 5/5/12 at 11:04pm
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post #4 of 19
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Assembling The PC

Built the beast last night/this morning...

Decided on reverse motherboard orientation, here's the back panel...

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Top panel and 'mid plate' installed. The mid plate will now be up top of the PC where one of my 240 radiators will go.

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Motherboard tray and 5 1/4" bay plates installed. Can you tell I suck at painting? The motherboard tray looks like red camo, lol.

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Hard drive plates installed.

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Here's a comparison shot... the Phobya next to my old NZXT Phantom. The difference is huge!

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Top 240 radiator mounted, sandwiched by 120mm Yate Loons.

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Here's a shot of the top radiator's compression fittings.

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Motherboard installed. Full ATX board looks so small in there. biggrin.gif

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Okay had to remove the hard drive plates, realizing they attached to my front 240 radiator.

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I put a hard drive in place to show what it looks like.

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Front radiator mounted and SLI GTX 560 Tis in place. The case is starting to not look so empty.

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Here's the fittings on the front radiator, inside the hard drive bay.

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Couple hard drives installed, DVD drive, power supply and both pump/res combos in the case. Still lot's of room to work, I like it. biggrin.gif

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Tubing set up. Absolutely no cable management at this point, just want to get it running.

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System up and running! Flash on to show ugly mess of wires.

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Flash off to show natural lighting.

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Okay the main part of building is complete. As you can see I decided to leave the inside of the case black. I felt it would be better to hide cables if I did and I ran out of paint. Originally I did not plan to paint anything except what I ended up painting red. It was going to be a purely black/red build. I have not painted either side panel yet since I may replace or cut them for a window.

*Edit* 6/10/12

So I bought an open box Asus Crosshair V Formula motherboard from Newegg.com for $154... seems to have all the accessories and runs beautifully. What a steal!

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This board matches the interior of my case better...

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Edited by tout - 6/10/12 at 2:02am
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Modding and Tweaking

My first attempt to sleeve a fan... I think it came out okay. Hopefully practice makes perfect, I've got 8 more to do for the radiator.

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Edited by tout - 6/15/12 at 7:49am
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Finally some progress! I just tallied up what I've spent so far... about $360 to performance-pcs for the case and all the parts... plus another $30 or so for supplies... I am cutting myself off until another couple paychecks, lol. Which means if I can finish the painting this weekend I will begin assembling the case once it dries.
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I am sooo watching this smile.gif

Not many people bought the Phobya case, but man it's beast!
I wanna ask tho, where do you live? Next to a forest????
    
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Thanks! thumb.gif I love the case, it's very bare bones and very open to modding. I can't wait to finish painting it, assembling it and finding out what I don't like about it, lol.

I live in a small piece of forest.. my 2 acres of solitude is nothing more than a pine forest with a small clearing for my house. The trees are so close that branches are falling onto my roof every year.
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Haha, awesome!

And wow, a complete contrast to the condominium I live in Singapore tongue.gif Step out of your house, and everywhere you look is people,people,people.
    
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I don't think I would like living in a sea of people unless they were all beautiful women! biggrin.gif
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