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I've seen some people mod this chassi for a side panel window. Is that even a smart idea considering that it would hurt the cooling capacity of the chassi quite a bit?
Here's what I'm talking about:
I'm not to sure but aren't you supposed to be able to mount 2 fans at the side panel vent or something?

Also on another note, what fan config do you guys have front push/ pull, rear fan, sides and etc.

First pic is with a full custom water loop, so all intake and exhaust is directed at the bottom and rear with radiators. The second pic I'm sure would be inferior with thermals, but given the choice of a small heatsink instead of a tower heatsink, it seems like just a temporary transition to watercooling.
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Finally got my case... long wait.

My cable management isn't great. I might get something made from a custom cable maker, any suggestions? I do have the know-how to do it myself but not the time so I'd be willing to shell out some cash.







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Temps are decent except my gpu gets pretty toasty. Any tips? I do have an extra fan but since I have a blower style card I don't know what good putting it underneath would do. Thanks!
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Nice rig! Are you overclocking your CPU, and if so what clockspeed/voltages and what temperatures are your getting? Just curious tongue.gif

For cable management, people do go with sleeved cables, and from what I hear the place for SF600 cables is ModDIY. Ensourced and Cablemod look good too, and seem to have more options for customising. In terms of concealing cables, use the edges as much as possible, as I see you've tried to do. Look at other people's builds for how they managed theirs; if you look a few pages back you might see a cleaner way to attach the power extension cable as an example.


For cooling your GPU, if by toasty you mean ~80-85C, then that is actually very standard for the stock cooler. If it sounds noisy while it's toasty, that's just how that cooler is. In all, it's not that great. A 120mm fan as intake underneath the GPU's fan might help a little, but what you would really need to do is get an aftermarket cooler to see much better temperature reductions.

An 'open cooler' like the Accelero twin turbo would do well for your card, you would have to make sure it fits by either looking at dimensions or seeing if anyone else has used one. I think I have seen the larger version fit in this case, so I am fairly sure this one would work for you.

If you don't want a card that is dumping heat into your case as an open cooler would, you could use an AIO like the H55 along with a Kraken G10, or if you really wanted to splash out you could go for full custom watercooling as a lot of people with this case have done.


In terms of affordability: an extra fan>Arctic open cooler>AIO>Custom watercooling

In terms of performance, it's the other way around. Quietest goes to the custom watercooling or the Arctic cooler. That little thing definitely runs quiet. The AIO's pump can be considered noisy, and a different kind of noise to fans, more like a buzz.

Hope some/any of this is helpful to you, and have fun with your new case! smile.gif
Edited by d0mini - 7/11/16 at 12:06am
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Nice rig! Are you overclocking your CPU, and if so what clockspeed/voltages and what temperatures are your getting? Just curious tongue.gif

For cable management, people do go with sleeved cables, and from what I hear the place for SF600 cables is ModDIY. Ensourced and Cablemod look good too, and seem to have more options for customising. In terms of concealing cables, use the edges as much as possible, as I see you've tried to do. Look at other people's builds for how they managed theirs; if you look a few pages back you might see a cleaner way to attach the power extension cable as an example.


For cooling your GPU, if by toasty you mean ~80-85C, then that is actually very standard for the stock cooler. If it sounds noisy while it's toasty, that's just how that cooler is. In all, it's not that great. A 120mm fan as intake underneath the GPU's fan might help a little, but what you would really need to do is get an aftermarket cooler to see much better temperature reductions.

An 'open cooler' like the Accelero twin turbo would do well for your card, you would have to make sure it fits by either looking at dimensions or seeing if anyone else has used one. I think I have seen the larger version fit in this case, so I am fairly sure this one would work for you.

If you don't want a card that is dumping heat into your case as an open cooler would, you could use an AIO like the H55 along with a Kraken G10, or if you really wanted to splash out you could go for full custom watercooling as a lot of people with this case have done.


In terms of affordability: an extra fan>Arctic open cooler>AIO>Custom watercooling

In terms of performance, it's the other way around. Quietest goes to the custom watercooling or the Arctic cooler. That little thing definitely runs quiet. The AIO's pump can be considered noisy, and a different kind of noise to fans, more like a buzz.

Hope some/any of this is helpful to you, and have fun with your new case! smile.gif

Thanks for all the info! No overclocking for me. Stock everything... for now

I might pick up those moddiy cables this week, good find. Initially I was turned off by the red and black colors but then remembered that nothing in my case is visible. A little bit cheaper than the others.

My gpu does get above 70-75C while playing games so I guess I'm still in the safe zone. I still don't understand how a fan butted up against another different size fan (120mm below gpu intake) running at a different speed could produce better results than the single gpu fan but what do I know. I guess since I have it I can test it -- just seems like it'd be turbulent.

Overall I must say I expected my m1 to be much louder than it is. Very pleased! smile.gif
Edited by captainchair - 7/11/16 at 12:19am
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You're welcome smile.gif

As long as the fans are both intaking air, it should lead to better airflow. I don't know for absolutely certain as I've never used a blower-style card before, but as you say it's worth a try!

The fact that you find it quiet makes me think you should just leave the cooler as-is. 70-75C is actually pretty good, and perfectly safe for gaming at.
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You could grab some slim 120mm fans (I suggest silverstone's slim ones) and put them in the bottom as an intake. You can get a filter from demciflex for the bottom of the case too. Also I'd suggest grabbing some rubber gaskets for the fans, they raise the fan blades away from the bottom of the case slightly and seal the fans a bit. I had some trouble with fan blades hitting the bottom of the case without the gaskets on my v1 ncase.
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I'm currently using a reference gtx 980ti SC in my Ncase. Currently my 980ti is hovering around 75-80° while playing newer titles on max settings. Could adding bottom intake fans improve temps? Or will it just be a waste of my monies?, and if it could improve temps, which fans would you recommend?
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I use a 1080 FE and putting 2 fans below did not help that much.
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It's been two months since I first saw this case and saw how much potential it had, one month since I first received it, and now it's been a good 24 hours since the completion of my first custom water-cooled build. This is a long one, so I'll spoiler it to save some people the bandwidth!

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Save for the glorious reservoir it doesn't look much different, until you look inside...



I'm using a PE 240 rad, along with EK's Supremacy Evo CPU & universal VGA blocks.



The efficiency of space in this case is just unreal, it is perfect. I love how Necere thought to make two different locations for the power cord to go, as otherwise it would prevent the radiator from fitting. So much thought went into this, and to see such a small-scale project succeed like this is just amazing.



Just look at how tight that tubing is. Needless to say, as a first-timer putting this together terrified me, and still does. redface.gif



Speaking of terrifying, here is the lower section, where the loop connects to the pump, the GPU block, and then goes back over to the radiator. To say this was difficult to put together would be an understatement. I needed to have a fan underneath the VRM section of the GPU or else there would be no active cooling for them, and so the pump had to be on the left side, which led to the intricate arrangement you see before you.



I'm hiding nothing with this one. Here's the pump. It's a DDC 3.2 PWM, and if it looks like it isn't screwed down to anything, that's because it isn't. This was, unfortunately, the only way I could make it fit while still being able to close the case panel. I got this pump as I was worried about space constraints, but now I'm thinking I could get away with a custom-top version and then be able to use compression fittings as opposed to the built-in barbs. Maybe then I could actually secure the thing properly! Despite no screws attaching it, it is very much stuck in that position, and for now at least is not moving anywhere.



Here's a picture of the full loop. There are some very long runs to get from the reservoir to the pump, and then from the GPU to the radiator.



I initially thought these could be done around the side of the GPU, between it and the side panel. This is why I couldn't do something like that with this build, and why I had to go with a universal GPU block instead of a full-cover one. If this was a standard-height GPU, these things would be possible, but that is for another time.

For those scrolling by though, here's a picture of the finished product, in all its glory:



And That, is why I love the Ncase M1.
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What size ZMT tubing did you use and how to you plan on draining the loop?
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