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Me too.
But its not mine,the sponsorship i got for this build will not stretch to GPU blocks.

Pictures and run down of how you fit the 360mm up the top and how well it fits? Very interested.
    
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Here is my sexy beast! I finally received my custom air brushed panels from Ironside Computers and I decided to take a few pictures.

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GTX 690 Asus Maximus V Formula
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Diablo 3 Collectors Edition air brushed side panel by Ironside Computers
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Here is my sexy beast! I finally received my custom air brushed panels from Ironside Computers and I decided to take a few pictures. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Love the exterior thumb.gif

Thanks man! I love it. Ironside Computers did a great job and I'm really happy with my computer.
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Well,thats that build over with.....

Cosmos II is on its way apparently for the next one.

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post #466 of 8407
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Well,thats that build over with.....
Cosmos II is on its way apparently for the next one. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Zq6oc.jpg
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drool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gif
once again, ASTONISHING AND GORGEOUS. *searches for appropriate medal*

two questions:
1) when will we know the secretes of that 360 mount?
2) would you personally recommend the C70 over the 810 or trooper?
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once again, ASTONISHING AND GORGEOUS. *searches for appropriate medal*
two questions:
1) when will we know the secretes of that 360 mount?
2) would you personally recommend the C70 over the 810 or trooper?

I just want to see how much room there is with a 360 radiator in there. Mounting it would be easy enough. Drill some holes, fit some gromits and cut some bolts to the right size.

I had a Switch 810 and loved the size and features but it was too plastic for me and too tall. So I got a C70 instead because I loved the case after building one for my brother. Layout, size and amount of metal in the C70 is awesome. Only thing it's always needed was room for a 360mm radiator up top and if it can fit one well then well ill keep mine for a long time. Oh and possibly some more length and height. Like an inch both ways it'd be the perfect case.
    
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post #468 of 8407
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I just want to see how much room there is with a 360 radiator in there. Mounting it would be easy enough. Drill some holes, fit some gromits and cut some bolts to the right size.
I had a Switch 810 and loved the size and features but it was too plastic for me and too tall. So I got a C70 instead because I loved the case after building one for my brother. Layout, size and amount of metal in the C70 is awesome. Only thing it's always needed was room for a 360mm radiator up top and if it can fit one well then well ill keep mine for a long time. Oh and possibly some more length and height. Like an inch both ways it'd be the perfect case.

I couldn't agree more with the extra inch (maybe even an inch and a half) in length and height! ARE YOU READING THIS CORSAIR GEORGE? Here are the benefits of those changes:

Extra length: Much better bottom mount radiator support, and additionally, larger PSU support. I have a 180mm semi-modular psu which won't let me put any sort of rad in the bottom. Also, more roof-mounted rad options--maybe even a 480 roof mod would be possible.

Extra height: Push-pull fans for EVERYBODY--not just a few lucky ones like me with odd motherboard clearance. Also the opportunity to put beefy rads with a single set of quiet fans and still get nice temperatures.

Also, do something about those dang honeycomb windows. Either get rid of them or sell a replacement --they just mess with airflow and looks especially if you have LED's mounted somewhere (see how opaque the window is from an angle in the spoiler).
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Finally, make the bottom cable routing hole--the one that all of the PSU cables go through--longer. As it is, even with my oversized PSU, the cables cant go straight back, and have to take an unsightly angle across the bottom of the case to get behind the motherboard tray. There is good cable management once they're there, but the road to the back panel is ugly.

This turned from agreement with thestache to a bit of a rant, but I really hope George reads this and perhaps manages to have some input on the design for the next vengeance case. The case is still wonderful, but these are niggles which keep it from ascending to the heavens on a golden chariot, pulled by pegasi during a sunset over the ocean. (too much imagery?) So yeah. Take these (fairly simple) issues into account and I WILL buy again.
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post #469 of 8407
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I couldn't agree more with the extra inch (maybe even an inch and a half) in length and height! ARE YOU READING THIS CORSAIR GEORGE? Here are the benefits of those changes:
Extra length: Much better bottom mount radiator support, and additionally, larger PSU support. I have a 180mm semi-modular psu which won't let me put any sort of rad in the bottom. Also, more roof-mounted rad options--maybe even a 480 roof mod would be possible.
Extra height: Push-pull fans for EVERYBODY--not just a few lucky ones like me with odd motherboard clearance. Also the opportunity to put beefy rads with a single set of quiet fans and still get nice temperatures.
Also, do something about those dang honeycomb windows. Either get rid of them or sell a replacement --they just mess with airflow and looks especially if you have LED's mounted somewhere (see how opaque the window is from an angle in the spoiler). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Finally, make the bottom cable routing hole--the one that all of the PSU cables go through--longer. As it is, even with my oversized PSU, the cables cant go straight back, and have to take an unsightly angle across the bottom of the case to get behind the motherboard tray. There is good cable management once they're there, but the road to the back panel is ugly.
This turned from agreement with thestache to a bit of a rant, but I really hope George reads this and perhaps manages to have some input on the design for the next vengeance case. The case is still wonderful, but these are niggles which keep it from ascending to the heavens on a golden chariot, pulled by pegasi during a sunset over the ocean. (too much imagery?) So yeah. Take these (fairly simple) issues into account and I WILL buy again.

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post #470 of 8407
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I couldn't agree more with the extra inch (maybe even an inch and a half) in length and height! ARE YOU READING THIS CORSAIR GEORGE? Here are the benefits of those changes:
Extra length: Much better bottom mount radiator support, and additionally, larger PSU support. I have a 180mm semi-modular psu which won't let me put any sort of rad in the bottom. Also, more roof-mounted rad options--maybe even a 480 roof mod would be possible.
Extra height: Push-pull fans for EVERYBODY--not just a few lucky ones like me with odd motherboard clearance. Also the opportunity to put beefy rads with a single set of quiet fans and still get nice temperatures.
Also, do something about those dang honeycomb windows. Either get rid of them or sell a replacement --they just mess with airflow and looks especially if you have LED's mounted somewhere (see how opaque the window is from an angle in the spoiler). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Finally, make the bottom cable routing hole--the one that all of the PSU cables go through--longer. As it is, even with my oversized PSU, the cables cant go straight back, and have to take an unsightly angle across the bottom of the case to get behind the motherboard tray. There is good cable management once they're there, but the road to the back panel is ugly.
This turned from agreement with thestache to a bit of a rant, but I really hope George reads this and perhaps manages to have some input on the design for the next vengeance case. The case is still wonderful, but these are niggles which keep it from ascending to the heavens on a golden chariot, pulled by pegasi during a sunset over the ocean. (too much imagery?) So yeah. Take these (fairly simple) issues into account and I WILL buy again.

Couldn't agree with you more!

The PSU room and possible radiator mount down the bottom and then push-pull fans at the top with a 360mm radiator and no honeycomb window would make this the case to have and perfect for me. Hopefully I can smash a 360mm radiator up top and the new Corsair AX1200i 200mm PSU down bottom and still fit my pump.
    
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