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That is a very good point.
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Yeah - that is a brilliant point - even modding a panel would be a second option apart from making an entirely new plexi side panel smile.gif good point indeed Beanscene! thumb.gif

thanks guys biggrin.gif yeah i have definitely been thinking about modding the side panel with a smaller window that doesn't reveal the back of the PSU.. another reason for choosing it over the plexi
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Hey guys, sorry for not checking in sooner... thanks for pitching in everyone to answer most questions but I'll add info where I can biggrin.gif
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I have been trying to order a case for the last few days and keep getting the same error about having no shipping options available for my country (even though it was available to begin with), has anyone else experienced this? To SLE: I have contacted you through the websites contact system, but if that didn't work you will see this here smile.gif

Thinking of getting a matched steel side panel because if I decide I actually want an acrylic panel in the future i can easily make one myself, but making a steel panel (and colour-matching the paint) would be a pain if I changed my mind from plexi!

That's because I broke the shipping tables with my last update. redface.gif All fixed now, sorry about that!

There was also a problem with the contact form which has also been fixed. Thanks for the heads-up. thumb.gif

I've had a few requests to add both a painted steel side-panel and a plexi panel for modding or just to try both out. PM or email me if you'd be interested in that... we can make it happen.
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So...no one seems as concerned about GPU length as I am. tongue.gif Are you guys choosing to go without the I/O so as to accommodate a longer GPU, or keeping the I/O and using a shorter GPU?

Is there anyway SLE could see and answer my question about whether it'd fit elsewhere? I wouldn't mind paying a few extra dollars...

Front I/O placement is best on the bottom for a couple reasons, as airplaneman mentioned the biggest issue with it up top (which is where it started in early designs) is potential interference with the 240 rad. And because of the mounting bracket its not something easily reconfigured or relocated to a different part of the case.

The GPU limitation of 267mm is conservative (there is some wiggle-room provided by the I/O cables)... but its what is specified to account for the wide array of video cards and variables like air coolers and different waterblock (or waterblock+backplate) designs. If at all possible, I'd recommend verifying the length of PCB of your preferred card before you buy.
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Keeping I/O - the parts haven't been purchased - so will order parts and progress with build once case arrives. Thus why I'm so laid back about the cases tongue.gif

If you've got the time this is a great approach. Like I mentioned above you might find you have more room depending on how you route the I/O cables.

BTW we're only one case away from magic #20. cheers.gif
 
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I'd love to add a smoked lexan in addition to my painted steel. Just keep the discount lol
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So i have talked myself into spending some of my student beer money reserve on a Compact Splash build.

I'm thinking about building it with new parts rather than scavenging parts form my current build. This way i can spend some time building, especially as it will be by first time water cooling, and order parts over time to make sure they fit how i would like them to, all while still having a running computer.

When i am using it as my main computer, do you lot think it is best to sell my current (Prodigy) rig whole as it is or strip it down and sell all the parts separately. Which would be kinder on my wallet?

Still need to decide what colour and configuration i want to go for.
I originally though of going for black, but i though that might be boring, like every other case out there. I like the colour of the original but then i think maybe its too light. Custom grey in between the two? Then what LED switch should i go for? Match the water cooling and cable sieving? I like the green/grey colour theme, but don't want to out right copy SLE's theme.

Defiantly would be interested in having both the matching steel side and smoked plexi sides. That was a question i was thinking about asking while sat in a lecture today.

I probably won't place my order in the next 2 days but hopefully by the end of the week my order will be in. So hyped!

... oh and i need to decide what i want written on the back. Is it only one font and english? You can't pick a custom font and language?

Thanks thumbsupsmiley.png
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Thanks for the response! I have a 670 FTW, which would fit in the case. It'd just be unfortunate if in the future I have to go with an inferior card just because I have I/O. But...for practical purposes I do want the I/O. hah

I wish they made those USB headers in an L shape, so the cables could come out the top. Maybe it's possible by cutting them open and simply bending the cables? Seems like that would free up some more room.

Super excited about this case. smile.gif We're going to hit 20 for sure since I haven't ordered yet. thumb.gif
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So i have talked myself into spending some of my student beer money reserve on a Compact Splash build.

I'm thinking about building it with new parts rather than scavenging parts form my current build. This way i can spend some time building, especially as it will be by first time water cooling, and order parts over time to make sure they fit how i would like them to, all while still having a running computer.

When i am using it as my main computer, do you lot think it is best to sell my current (Prodigy) rig whole as it is or strip it down and sell all the parts separately. Which would be kinder on my wallet?

Still need to decide what colour and configuration i want to go for.
I originally though of going for black, but i though that might be boring, like every other case out there. I like the colour of the original but then i think maybe its too light. Custom grey in between the two? Then what LED switch should i go for? Match the water cooling and cable sieving? I like the green/grey colour theme, but don't want to out right copy SLE's theme.

Defiantly would be interested in having both the matching steel side and smoked plexi sides. That was a question i was thinking about asking while sat in a lecture today.

I probably won't place my order in the next 2 days but hopefully by the end of the week my order will be in. So hyped!

... oh and i need to decide what i want written on the back. Is it only one font and english? You can't pick a custom font and language?

Thanks thumbsupsmiley.png

You'd prolly make more by parting your rig (seems like that always works better) but it might take you a bit more time to sell off parts.

I wouldn't avoid doing grey/green if that's what you like... I'd take it as a compliment! And its not a very common color combo around here so we can afford a few more green builds. biggrin.gif

On font/language, they can both change, but the letterforms need to be simple enough to cut with a laser. And it needs to be a stencil-type font where the letter counters are attached to the surrounding negative space. If this is all gobbledygook look up all those terms on wikipedia tongue.gif .
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Thanks for the response! I have a 670 FTW, which would fit in the case. It'd just be unfortunate if in the future I have to go with an inferior card just because I have I/O. But...for practical purposes I do want the I/O. hah

I wish they made those USB headers in an L shape, so the cables could come out the top. Maybe it's possible by cutting them open and simply bending the cables? Seems like that would free up some more room.

Super excited about this case. smile.gif We're going to hit 20 for sure since I haven't ordered yet. thumb.gif

FWIW cards seem to be getting smaller & smaller with the same or better performance. That should mean easy upgrades in the future, but only time will tell. Love the idea of a more compact I/O, but you'd be amazed how few options there are at a reasonable price.
 
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You'd prolly make more by parting your rig (seems like that always works better) but it might take you a bit more time to sell off parts.

I wouldn't avoid doing grey/green if that's what you like... I'd take it as a compliment! And its not a very common color combo around here so we can afford a few more green builds. biggrin.gif

On font/language, they can both change, but the letterforms need to be simple enough to cut with a laser. And it needs to be a stencil-type font where the letter counters are attached to the surrounding negative space. If this is all gobbledygook look up all those terms on wikipedia tongue.gif .
FWIW cards seem to be getting smaller & smaller with the same or better performance. That should mean easy upgrades in the future, but only time will tell. Love the idea of a more compact I/O, but you'd be amazed how few options there are at a reasonable price.

Thanks! The last rig i split and sold the parts separately. Will probably do the same again. As for the font, i just finished a uni assignment all about typography (interesting and boring both at the same time) so thats cool that we can pick a different type. As for ordering steel sides as well as smoked plexi im guessing i place the order then drop you a message after?
    
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Yeah drop me a note or include it in the Comments on your order and we'll sort it out. thumb.gif

In other news my Artisan thread is now live! drunken.gif
Compact Splash - 14.5L Watercooling-Optimized MITX Case - Taking Orders til March 31st

Sooo glad to be an official Artisan! Now I can finally talk freely about the production run here and in the Artisan thread.

Let's give the ncase guys a run for their money tongue.gif
 
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Yeah drop me a note or include it in the Comments on your order and we'll sort it out. thumb.gif

In other news my Artisan thread is now live! drunken.gif
Compact Splash - 14.5L Watercooling-Optimized MITX Case - Taking Orders til March 31st

Sooo glad to be an official Artisan! Now I can finally talk freely about the production run here and in the Artisan thread.

Let's give the ncase guys a run for their money tongue.gif

I shot you a PM, if you have a chance to read it that'd be great.
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