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Dang... that's a whole lotta rad in that thing. I've got one of these cases kickin' around... hmmm

Well, if you have one of these cases just kick'in around.. blow of the dust and let your creative side take over.

Another option you could do with this case is put two 360's in, one up top and one in the front but have them as close to the left side of the case as possible. Then lift and shift the mainboard tray tray up in the same direction as the two 360. This would then give you more room underneith the mainboard tray on the right hand side and you should be able to then put a 1260 rad on that side and still be able to put all the side covers on.. of course with a bit of modding.

Having 2 x 360 and a 1260 you should be able to run your system without fans during winter, if you only cool your CPU and one GPU. You would then have to call it Blue Thunder, as that helicopter had a silent mode. wink.gif
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A little question about the fans, why do you have all the fans exhausting air out the case, Wouldn't it be better to have 1 set as intake?
Anyway, never thought any1 could fit 2 400mm rads in a 600t, thats one awesome job you did there.thumb.gif
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A little question about the fans, why do you have all the fans exhausting air out the case, Wouldn't it be better to have 1 set as intake?
Anyway, never thought any1 could fit 2 400mm rads in a 600t, thats one awesome job you did there.thumb.gif

I have one side with the window for the moment, the other side has the mesh for intake and the reason why I have both radiator as exhaust is simple, I do not want to pull hot air in across all the stuff I am trying to cool.

I also do plan on lifting the bottom of the case up a bit and have that as intake as well.

Yeah, the two 400's is a bit crazy.. but I love it.
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Well, if you have one of these cases just kick'in around.. blow of the dust and let your creative side take over.

Another option you could do with this case is put two 360's in, one up top and one in the front but have them as close to the left side of the case as possible. Then lift and shift the mainboard tray tray up in the same direction as the two 360. This would then give you more room underneith the mainboard tray on the right hand side and you should be able to then put a 1260 rad on that side and still be able to put all the side covers on.. of course with a bit of modding.

Having 2 x 360 and a 1260 you should be able to run your system without fans during winter, if you only cool your CPU and one GPU. You would then have to call it Blue Thunder, as that helicopter had a silent mode. wink.gif

Now that would be fun to see. Unfortunately I've got too many other things in the queue ahead of that case, and not enough funds to get me that far lol
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Finally found some mesh for my build here in Australia.

australia.rs-online.com - Perforated Steel Sheets

Perforated steel sheet,6mm hex hole

Hole Layout 60°
Hole Size 6 mm, 6 (Across Flat) mm
Length 1000mm
Magnetic Yes
Material Galvanised Steel
Open Area Percentage 79%
Pattern Number 13
Thickness 0.7mm
Width 500mm



Cost $27.02 which includes two sheets and free postage.

So its a no brainer, I purchased a quantity of 2 so this will give me a total of 4 sheets.

Same product as mnpctech but will now save myself over $100 and have a larger size and more material to work with as mnpctech size's where 600x300mm where this order is 1000x500mm.

Finally, getting very close to finishing this build. biggrin.gif
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Hey Devious Dog. Do you have any video of your rig? I'm getting ready to do a dual 400mm build and I was curious as to what your noise level was and how well you feel the rads/fans keep your temps.
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Hey Devious Dog. Do you have any video of your rig? I'm getting ready to do a dual 400mm build and I was curious as to what your noise level was and how well you feel the rads/fans keep your temps.

I can take a video of my rig this weekend and post. But when it comes to the temps its a bit hard to say as I have not yet got any LCD displays for my temp probes as I was going to use the three that came on board the ASUS RIVE but as I swapped my board to a RIVG I no longer have them. Long story short, the temp reading that I get is from either the CPU or GPUs at the moment and normally I only keep an eye on the GPU temp. As most water cooled equipment has a maximum temp of 60'C I have not been able to record or get at the moment what my water temps are I am assuming they are lower than the temp of my GPU readings.

I can do some more temp readings this weekend for you.

However I can tell you this from my build and this relates to the GPU temp. Normally my system is reporting 22'C when the room is around the 24'C, when playing BF3 for say 3-4 hours on Ultra high settings for my 24" 120Hz monitor the GPU temp is reporting around the 30'C mark. The only time I experienced the system reporting 47'C on my GPUs was when benchmarking after a couple hours, temps have become very normal around the 30'C mark since a NVidia driver update. But like I said these are not rock solid temp readings and they are only based on the GPU temp, so this does not indicate what the water temp would be or what the CPU temp would be. But I would expect the water temp going into my GPUs to be well below the 30'C

I'm also only running all my fans on 7v instead of the normal 12v, and my system is only overclock to 4.7. Also my pump speed is set to only 20% up until 40'C as I have PWM D5 pumps so they never run flat out, not like I can hear them anyhow.

Frankly, I think these radiators are awesome.. it just comes down to if you can fit them in as they are a bit bigger than normal, but you just have to love a wall of radiator.
I highly recommend these radiators. thumb.gif
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I can take a video of my rig this weekend and post. But when it comes to the temps its a bit hard to say as I have not yet got any LCD displays for my temp probes as I was going to use the three that came on board the ASUS RIVE but as I swapped my board to a RIVG I no longer have them. Long story short, the temp reading that I get is from either the CPU or GPUs at the moment and normally I only keep an eye on the GPU temp. As most water cooled equipment has a maximum temp of 60'C I have not been able to record or get at the moment what my water temps are I am assuming they are lower than the temp of my GPU readings.

I can do some more temp readings this weekend for you.

However I can tell you this from my build and this relates to the GPU temp. Normally my system is reporting 22'C when the room is around the 24'C, when playing BF3 for say 3-4 hours on Ultra high settings for my 24" 120Hz monitor the GPU temp is reporting around the 30'C mark. The only time I experienced the system reporting 47'C on my GPUs was when benchmarking after a couple hours, temps have become very normal around the 30'C mark since a NVidia driver update. But like I said these are not rock solid temp readings and they are only based on the GPU temp, so this does not indicate what the water temp would be or what the CPU temp would be. But I would expect the water temp going into my GPUs to be well below the 30'C

I'm also only running all my fans on 7v instead of the normal 12v, and my system is only overclock to 4.7. Also my pump speed is set to only 20% up until 40'C as I have PWM D5 pumps so they never run flat out, not like I can hear them anyhow.

Frankly, I think these radiators are awesome.. it just comes down to if you can fit them in as they are a bit bigger than normal, but you just have to love a wall of radiator.
I highly recommend these radiators. thumb.gif

Awesome man, I appreciate the info and a video would be AMAZING. My plan is to put 2 in an H630, as soon as I can get the money together to buy everything.
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Always wanted to do a mod like this but never had the equipment nor the expertise, really interesting to see some of the work that went into this beast. Great job thusfar thumb.gif Subbed

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