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post #31 of 211
you should totally get that board!!
awesome awsome board

are you going to water cool gpu too? then I think 120mm rad isn't going to be enough
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post #32 of 211
120mm rad could be enough depending on how thick it is biggrin.gif

My build did great with a single monsta 80mm thick 120mm rad:

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post #33 of 211
whoa thats a super thick radiator
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post #34 of 211
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Originally Posted by danielkim624 View Post

you should totally get that board!!
awesome awsome board

are you going to water cool gpu too? then I think 120mm rad isn't going to be enough

I've seen similar builds and the temps with a single 120mm radiator was way better then it would have been on air under full load, so i'm okay with that. I really want to see what I can achieve with this box. The push/pull AP29's are going to really blow some cool air across the board at 3000rpm so I wonder if it will help. I know it blows out really cool air on my TJ08 build in the rear. So i'm expecting the same results.... We won't know until I try.... hahaha biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by xyexz View Post

120mm rad could be enough depending on how thick it is biggrin.gif

My build did great with a single monsta 80mm thick 120mm rad:


Your setup was dangerous! I love it! biggrin.gif 3 more days until the ADII !! thumb.gif
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post #35 of 211
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Here is a Sketchup concept of my build:

My main concern has a lot to do with the GTX 780 fitment in regards to my Swiftech 120mm XP Radiator. I'm already planning to trim the case in the front however I may have clearance issues because how wide the radiator is. I won't really know until I get the card, or if someone locally would like to meet up for measurements. I will provide beer and food for a favor thumb.gif

As far as fittings are concerned it looks like I'll be using 90° elbows for the res and intake of the Apogee Drive II.








Edited by hyp36rmax - 6/5/13 at 6:32pm
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post #36 of 211
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I also spent the last evening experimenting with laying out the Swiftech Micro Rev2 Res, placing the brackets in more ways then Kama Sutra and ended up with a very very simplistic idea using black electrical tape that actually held it up really well haha...

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post #37 of 211
Good job with your build
I wish I was good at sketchup too
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post #38 of 211
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Originally Posted by danielkim624 View Post

Good job with your build
I wish I was good at sketchup too

Thank you! Its progressive... I actually just started using Sketchup a few hours ago lol, the models you see just happen to be available from the community, All I did was put it together like legos. I was a little frustrated learning how to use it at first but after an hour of just clicking buttons and dragging things around I got the hang of it biggrin.gif
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Look what I snagged from New Egg today! My normal adventure to New Egg will call of 15 minutes became an hour because of a car fire in the fwy! That part was lame.... mad.gif

Nevertheless here is the Silverstone SST-ST45SF-G 450 Watt Modular PSU!





Anyone notice the version number on their PSU? Mine is 2.0, I wonder what Silverstone updated...



Perfect fit right next to the Swiftech Micro Rev2 Res.



While taking measurements and guessing the wire placement I was concerned that the res would interfere with the blue PCI-E 6+2P plug. It barely clears it with the exception of the clip.





I started to think what if I just trimmed the clip off, however I didn't want that plug to be loose at all. So I removed the PSU inserting the stock cable followed by putting the PSU back into the case. Which worked...



...With the exception of screwing in only three of the main screws in the back and pushing the res slightly. I can live with this thumb.gif



The ultimate goal is to get custom sleeve all the individual cables and trimmed to fit the proper lengths. I already have an idea how i'll route the wiring when the time comes, now awaiting arrival of my Swiftech Apogee Drive II! wink.gif
Edited by hyp36rmax - 6/7/13 at 8:24pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hyp36rmax View Post

Look what I snagged from New Egg today! My normal adventure to New Egg will call of 15 minutes became an hour because of a car fire in the fwy! That part was lame.... mad.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Nevertheless here is the Silverstone SST-ST45SF-G 450 Watt Modular PSU!





Anyone notice the version number on their PSU? Mine is 2.0, I wonder what Silverstone updated...



Perfect fit right next to the Swiftech Micro Rev2 Res.



While taking measurements and guessing the wire placement I was concerned that the res would interfere with the blue PCI-E 6+2P plug. It barely clears it with the exception of the clip.





I started to think what if I just trimmed the clip off, however I didn't want that plug to be loose at all. So I removed the PSU inserting the stock cable followed by putting the PSU back into the case. Which worked...



...With the exception of screwing in only three of the main screws in the back and pushing the res slightly. I can live with this thumb.gif


The ultimate goal is to get custom sleeve all the individual cables and trimmed to fit the proper lengths. I already have an idea how i'll route the wiring when the time comes, now awaiting arrival of my Swiftech Apogee Drive II! wink.gif

This is look pretty sweet. Always have a soft spot in my heart for the SG05. They never look that tiny in pictures, but in person they are sooo small.
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