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im not doubting your measurements at all, I think that they are perfect and very accurate. Only thing I meant was that once a product is in your hands, you can find ways to mount things, for example, looking at a switch you can tell that a 240 Rad will fit in the bottom, but after ppl got the case they were able to figure out how to get a 280 rad in the bottom which might have been impossible just by looking at the pics.

Dude what you have done in terms of collecting all the info and maintaining it, I don't even do it for my self and you do that for us and that is simple awesome and you have received +1 from me for that already.

I can understand that for you its not easy to get multiple shipments and you rather get everything in one shipment. Pretty sure by the time its ready for you to order we will have all the final numbers out. And Like we have said before knowing what we know no one NEEDS any more rad to cool your typical dual/triple gpu and cpu setup.

Thanks again for putting a really awesome data sheet for all of us mate.

I'm not angry, just trying to "keep the Master status" biggrin.gif

Thanks for your + in my rep.

Also... this is what i've done before Project Titan at my desktop. A pure photoshop prototype) Sure, not 100% copy, but i liked how it looked "on the paper"


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Nothing to figure out: cables are foing under the mb tray directly from the PSU, all fittings on the radiators will be on the left, bottom is opened so you can connect rad directly to anything. Also i have a plan how to use ONLY the crystal link in this case with easiest draining system!)

Rivets. Or new screws are looking like a rivets biggrin.gif
I wouldn't ask George if he didn't measure top spacing for us by himself.

i know the psu cables would go behind the mobo tray and through the grommets i just meant where are the fan cables all going as i cannot see them. It looks to me like there is a fan terminal thing (i dont know the actual term for it) on the back located just under the cpu cutout that i notice is added in so i can assume that is where there all going then. also silly me just realised its double loop. that was what was confusing me about the tubing in the bottom.

Thanks for the reply by the way and sterling work on the forum. thumb.gif
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i know the psu cables would go behind the mobo tray and through the grommets i just meant where are the fan cables all going as i cannot see them. It looks to me like there is a fan terminal thing (i dont know the actual term for it) on the back located just under the cpu cutout that i notice is added in so i can assume that is where there all going then. also silly me just realised its double loop. that was what was confusing me about the tubing in the bottom.

Thanks for the reply by the way and sterling work on the forum. thumb.gif

Just trying to support community and add some weight load to our tables biggrin.gif Plus, the same way as i doing it, other members helped me in this or that way to build my system.

I think that it's better to use the fan splitter cables from BitFenix or NZXT. You can run up to 6 or 9 fans from one Molex cable.
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I can not wait for this case.

Going to go with the same fans in the entire case this time.

 

I just have to decide on the color theme.

 

My last profect (Incredible Hulk) was green ( a bit of purple ) and black.

 

This time I might go with a Ironman theme or a spiderman theme.

 

Or perhaps a Batman theme. Plain black.

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I personally will cover all the ventilation holes with the matte black vinyl from both sides or with the black isolation tape.

It's hard to keep positive pressure however i configure, at the end 3 intakes and 4 exhaust. so my plan is not perfect "anti-dust" way.

Fans: 2x 120 rads at the front in push-pull, 480 in push-pull at the top, back fan exhaust, 480 + 240 at the bottom, probably both in push-pull. PSU fan side will be at the right to have a look of solid piece inside the case. Not totally sure about 2x120 at the front but top 120 fans are sitting through 5 mm maybe...they are not together as 2 lower. So the fan spacing for the front 240 isn't right actually. Plus on bottom fan at the front of the case. 26 fans total. My PSU fan also connected to fan controller)

Maybe it's just a prototype problem with fans spacing of the front fans.

Which of the rads are you using as exhausts? I always preferred having the rad act as an intake for the cooler air, but from the testing I've seen having them exhaust isn't too bad.
I shouldn't have any problem keeping a positive pressure going, as my plans currently include 17 intakes and just 1 exhaust. On my 700D the positive pressure has worked great to reduce dust buildup.
The front fan spacing is probably just wonky on the prototype, as George stated you can put up to a 360 in the front.
As a side note, I feel your pain with regards to shipping stuff to you. Where I live it's impossible to get any water cooling gear locally so I always have to do extensive research on exactly what's possible and what parts I need before ordering them.
    
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@Master Freez well keep up the good work. that is one option (the molex powered fans) i was thinking of but i would like to use a fan controller for all the rad fans. i was thinking the lamptron fc6, the 30W/channel one. do you think that would be capable enough to control the fans of a 480p/p (bottom) + 240pull (bottom) + 480pull (top), all sp120 silent? i would think it would work but need a fair few splitters.

also I was thinking about doing a mid plate for it to cut off the bottom compartment from the top so there is cross-flow through the rads and to stop the warm air rising.
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I can not wait for this case.
Going to go with the same fans in the entire case this time.

I just have to decide on the color theme.

My last profect (Incredible Hulk) was green ( a bit of purple ) and black.

This time I might go with a Ironman theme or a spiderman theme.

Or perhaps a Batman theme. Plain black.

"Nerd" Helloween idea: your 900D and 900D with mini-itx AMD EPU bord. One is Batman theme, other is Joker theme. Both running 3DMark biggrin.gif
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Which of the rads are you using as exhausts? I always preferred having the rad act as an intake for the cooler air, but from the testing I've seen having them exhaust isn't too bad.
I shouldn't have any problem keeping a positive pressure going, as my plans currently include 17 intakes and just 1 exhaust. On my 700D the positive pressure has worked great to reduce dust buildup.
The front fan spacing is probably just wonky on the prototype, as George stated you can put up to a 360 in the front.
As a side note, I feel your pain with regards to shipping stuff to you. Where I live it's impossible to get any water cooling gear locally so I always have to do extensive research on exactly what's possible and what parts I need before ordering them.

We have some stores in Moscow, it feels almost local (10-days shipping to door with money-free order, pay when get parts), but there is no Alphacool or Bitspower production, only BP sleeving now) By exhaust i was mean "top' part of the case. If count: 3x front intake, 4x bottom intake from side, 4x bottom exhaust from another side, 4x top exhaust and one back exhaust.
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@Master Freez well keep up the good work. that is one option (the molex powered fans) i was thinking of but i would like to use a fan controller for all the rad fans. i was thinking the lamptron fc6, the 30W/channel one. do you think that would be capable enough to control the fans of a 480p/p (bottom) + 240pull (bottom) + 480pull (top), all sp120 silent? i would think it would work but need a fair few splitters.

also I was thinking about doing a mid plate for it to cut off the bottom compartment from the top so there is cross-flow through the rads and to stop the warm air rising.

You probably don't need mid plate just because of air) Push-pull on both rads will push air out of the case through the bottom grill. 30w per channel is awesome! Do you know why? Because my Zalman MFC-1 Plus has only about 7w per channel! My can handle about 3-4 120 mm fans per channel, your 30w beast even more. So...good choice.

YOU SHOULD!!!! buy fan splitters for this controller, at stock you have included only one cable (means one fan) per channel. Also use only 120 mm fans in your build or connect 140 to other channel.
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Apologies if this has been covered already, but could you fit two Black Ice GTX 480s with 120x25 mm fans and 38 mm shrouds? Which would be about ~180 mm depth for each.
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How does more intakes = less dust when your blowing more air/dust in to the case ?
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