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Don't get this case, it'll be covered in scratches before it even arrives. mad.gif

ya because that's totally the case's/corsair's fault rolleyes.gif
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Few pictures of my build. Will be going full water soon. I'll post back here in about a week with how I decided to do my water cooling. The 350D is a wonderful case all around, and very easy to build in. Corsair makes quality stuff guys.






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That window is gorgeous! Its too bad haswell is looking like a poor reason to upgrade... might have to trade someone for matx.
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Annnnnnnnnnnnd HERE is my build log!
Did you find a shop that has it in stock?
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Did you find a shop that has it in stock?

Not in stock, but already listed on Digitec. I already placed my order.
The availability is for "early June", but they often get products faster than what they announce.
Edited by Pupuw - 5/19/13 at 8:18am
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There is much difficulty in planning ahead for a case yet to be "released." I have been going over the tubing layout and I believe I have come up with something that is both appealing and conservative. The only problem though, is that the water first hits the ram block before the CPU block. My only fear is that the cooling on the CPU will not be as substantial as it would have been without the ram block. Again, I am not sure of this. Also, I know a ram block is hardly necessary, but I figured it would be a nice add-on to the design!

*Edit*
I am not even entirely sure if I will be using the 240 rad. If I use a 120mm radiator instead, I will be able to place in that wonderful hard drive cage that is missing in this image. Unfortunately, I am unaware of the implications to the CPU temps if I half the radiator.


Edited by ryalho - 5/19/13 at 12:42am
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There is much difficulty in planning ahead for a case yet to be "released." I have been going over the tubing layout and I believe I have come up with something that is both appealing and conservative. The only problem though, is that the water first hits the ram block before the CPU block. My only fear is that the cooling on the CPU will not be as substantial as it would have been without the ram block. Again, I am not sure of this. Also, I know a ram block is hardly necessary, but I figured it would be a nice add-on to the design!

*Edit*
I am not even entirely sure if I will be using the 240 rad. If I use a 120mm radiator instead, I will be able to place in that wonderful hard drive cage that is missing in this image. Unfortunately, I am unaware of the implications to the CPU temps if I half the radiator.

Why did you crop the girl on the picture ? biggrin.gif

If it was me I would definitely skip the ram block... it's really useless... If you want a nice add-on to the design you can always add a motherboard block in the future, it's way more useful.
Go for the 240mm rad in push-pull, specially if you plan to OC, your temps will be way to high if you go with the 120mm!
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ya because that's totally the case's/corsair's fault rolleyes.gif

Packaging. Or Quality Control. Entirely depends on the level of scratch. My 650D was covered in little niggles n' scratches. I overlooked it assuming it was just that type of metal/plastic. Going to have to respray it now, it looks awful. I look after all my things, it barely ever leaves me room, trust me, in about 6 months time, you will agree with me on Corsair Cases! It does not by any means have a high quality finish.
    
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There is much difficulty in planning ahead for a case yet to be "released." I have been going over the tubing layout and I believe I have come up with something that is both appealing and conservative. The only problem though, is that the water first hits the ram block before the CPU block. My only fear is that the cooling on the CPU will not be as substantial as it would have been without the ram block. Again, I am not sure of this. Also, I know a ram block is hardly necessary, but I figured it would be a nice add-on to the design!

*Edit*
I am not even entirely sure if I will be using the 240 rad. If I use a 120mm radiator instead, I will be able to place in that wonderful hard drive cage that is missing in this image. Unfortunately, I am unaware of the implications to the CPU temps if I half the radiator.


It does not really matter on what order your loop is in the only difference is like 1-3 degrees so it is best if you just go for looks
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Why did you crop the girl on the picture ? biggrin.gif

If it was me I would definitely skip the ram block... it's really useless... If you want a nice add-on to the design you can always add a motherboard block in the future, it's way more useful.
Go for the 240mm rad in push-pull, specially if you plan to OC, your temps will be way to high if you go with the 120mm!

Haha, I am glad you realized what video that image was from!

I will more than likely go with the 240mm p/p configuration. Where in this case though, am I going to put a HDD? Since the drive bay is being taken up by the res/pump, I have no other immediate solutions to the problem.
I can't wait for this case to be released. What is it? Like ten more days before it hits US online stores? Well, at least it will give me some time to think about tubing colour.
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