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Hey guys. I've been thinking about buying a Gigabyte R9 270x (with BF4) Do you think that will fit in Zalman Z11? thanks
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Hey guys. I've been thinking about buying a Gigabyte R9 270x (with BF4) Do you think that will fit in Zalman Z11? thanks

Are you referring to the Windoforce model with 3 fans? If so then no it will not.
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Just noticed I never actually uploaded any pics before.........LET THE HATE BEGIN LOL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLJrJU-D-fo - click on this link for my video and am sure this will get some hate too! wink.gif
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Just noticed I never actually uploaded any pics before.........LET THE HATE BEGIN LOL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLJrJU-D-fo - click on this link for my video and am sure this will get some hate too! wink.gif

This is your choice.

I dislike the blue leds on the front panel in the 5,25" bay.
I also dislike the EVGA sticker.
I also dislike some others stickers.
(This is not much that I dislike, but that I wouldn't see that on this case).

I like the way that the leds plays in the side window.
This is actually well made.
I also like the leds on the sides, where you have to put the 80mm fans.
(This is what I dreamed a lot to do the most on my case).

I will put a REP +1 for you because you made a thing that I already wanted, but a little bit too much...
I will anyway keep my system like it is right now. But may be a day with some blue leds that lights not too much.
Because I have Sharkoon cold cathodes in blue 30cm x4 and they light a lite blue very beautiful on pictures but not at all in real life.

Anyway you made your own decisions, it's your piece of art, be proud, the new one that flame here will be reported.
RESPECT, and sorry for the inconvenience I made before on your work.

Thanks for understanding, I really appreciate his piece work, respect it.
Edited by GTX670 - 12/18/13 at 2:01am
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CPUCPUCPUMotherboard
Intel® Core™ i5-3570K Intel® Core™ i7-4790 ASUS Z97-PRO MSI® Z77A-GD65 
GraphicsGraphicsRAMHard Drive
MSI® N670GTX OVERCLOCKED (REFERENCE) MSI® N670GTX OVERCLOCKED (REFERENCE) Kingston® HyperX™ Genesis™ Samsung® 840 EVO 250GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate® Barracuda™ 7200.12 Seagate® Barracuda™ 7200.14 Sony® Optiarc® AD-5280S-0B Scythe® Mugen™ 2 (REV_B_2100) 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 Professionnal x64 6.3 (... ASUS® VE248H Razer® BlackWidow™ Ultimate™ 2013 (AZERTY) SilverStone® Strider Gold Evolution 2.0 (80+) 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
ZALMAN® Z11 Plus (USB_3.0) Logitech® G500s™ Razer® Goliathus™ Extended (Speed_Edition) Logitech® Z623 (2.1_130Wsub_35W+35Wsat) 
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Cooler Master® BC 120 Blue-LED Cooler Master® BC 120 Blue-LED SilverStone® CP-09 (USB_3.0_ADAPTER) SilverStone® PP-06 (SLEEVED_CABLES) 
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Intel® Core™ i5-3570K Intel® Core™ i7-4790 ASUS Z97-PRO MSI® Z77A-GD65 
GraphicsGraphicsRAMHard Drive
MSI® N670GTX OVERCLOCKED (REFERENCE) MSI® N670GTX OVERCLOCKED (REFERENCE) Kingston® HyperX™ Genesis™ Samsung® 840 EVO 250GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate® Barracuda™ 7200.12 Seagate® Barracuda™ 7200.14 Sony® Optiarc® AD-5280S-0B Scythe® Mugen™ 2 (REV_B_2100) 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 Professionnal x64 6.3 (... ASUS® VE248H Razer® BlackWidow™ Ultimate™ 2013 (AZERTY) SilverStone® Strider Gold Evolution 2.0 (80+) 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
ZALMAN® Z11 Plus (USB_3.0) Logitech® G500s™ Razer® Goliathus™ Extended (Speed_Edition) Logitech® Z623 (2.1_130Wsub_35W+35Wsat) 
OtherOtherOtherOther
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[Pics]

Just noticed I never actually uploaded any pics before.........LET THE HATE BEGIN LOL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLJrJU-D-fo - click on this link for my video and am sure this will get some hate too! wink.gif

Nice build, looks very... well lit? No but seriously, nice job man, cool to see some flashy builds out there. One question, what is the temp monitor you're using in the front bay? Would love to have something like that in my PC smile.gif

Also Rep+ wink.gif
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Well I must say I am actually quite surprised by the comments and thanks GTX. I know what you mean about the bling though...it is a bit too much ha! When DDR4 eventually comes out which will hopefully be when the next gen GPU's come out I will build a much sleeker looking computer with a Cosmos 2 case. I love that case! Besides, I have so far put about £300 into Star Citizen and I want to be able to run that ***** at full whack if the damn thing ever comes out!
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Nice build, looks very... well lit? No but seriously, nice job man, cool to see some flashy builds out there. One question, what is the temp monitor you're using in the front bay? Would love to have something like that in my PC smile.gif

Also Rep+ wink.gif
The fan controller is a NZXT Sentry LCD 5 fan controller. In all honesty the thing looks okay but in terms of the actual device itself I won't get another one. It is very annoying and not overly powerful
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The fan controller is a NZXT Sentry LCD 5 fan controller. In all honesty the thing looks okay but in terms of the actual device itself I won't get another one. It is very annoying and not overly powerful

Fair enough, thanks for the reply.
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The HDD cage is riveted to the case, so you can't remove the cage by default. However, with correct tools it shouldn't be a problem, but I'm not sure how it would affect the rigidity of the case. The case came with one rack that can be used to mount your hard drive to one of your front panel expansion bays (as I did). Be sure to ensure, that the card doesn't conflict with the upper expansion bay frame either.

what tools do i use to remove the rivet? do I need to remove all components including mbo before removinf hdd cage (safety)

also i noticed alot ppl remove side 80mm vents are they really that useless?

I want to get upcoming asus dc2 r9 290 which is 11,3'' long and it will barely fit, or it won't at all?
Edited by thaares - 12/19/13 at 12:27pm
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what tools do i use to remove the rivet? do I need to remove all components including mbo before removinf hdd cage (safety)

also i noticed alot ppl remove side 80mm vents are they really that useless?

I want to get upcoming asus dc2 r9 290 which is 11,3'' long and it will barely fit, or it won't at all?
Depending on the rivet type, there are specspecial drill tips that are designed to remove them. Not sure about the correct word in english. Simply drill through the rivet head with the drill (this is, if the rivet head is accessible with the tools you are using). At least I would remove all the components but it's up to you. The metal dust or the vibrations could damage them if you're not careful. No reason to risk it, really.

The 80mm side fans are useless shenanigans. They are meant to blow hot air out of the hdd cage but in fact they just lower the pressure (more dust build-up) and make too much noise compared to the minimal benefits. The front intake is more than enough to keep your drives at decent temperatures. The air flow would also not be optimal if you turned them around. Keep them unplugged or remove them completely. The side intake hood comes off easily.
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