Just test fitted my UT60 240 and 360! within mm of my Classifieds. I'm going to be doing a build log when I get the rest of the water cooling supplies. I'm doing some interesting stuff with the case. I've got some pictures.
(Who doesn't like pictures?) I'm trying to dampen the vibrations of the case because the plastic of the case vibrates against the metal. I'm positive it is because of resonance, because I can't hear it at higher RPMs. So, I'm thinking about using some car audio vibration dampening material to lower the resonance of the case. However, since I don't have any on me, I'm using some insulation foam I picked up at Wal-mart to seal of some crevices in my old house. I haven't started up the system yet because I'm not done foaming all of the pieces, but I thought I'd throw out the idea to anyone else experiencing this. I was a bit upset to hear it after switching to expensive fans because I bought them to cool great while still being able to be very quiet. Kinda hard to be quiet when the whole case is vibrating. XD Anyways, to the pics!
This is just one piece that I'm using some foam on. I'm pretty sure it will work. I'll report back later and let everyone know. I thought about that this might dissuade some heat leaving the case since it is an insulator, but trashed that thought because the metal is already under plastic. Any difference would be very minimal
Using a Phobya Rotary 45 degree fitting, it's very close, but no modifcation needed! I can still use the drive bay, but it has to be for a 2.5 inch drive. If I ever need more than 2TB, I'll be throwing the disks in the back and modifying the bottom of the case to fit another radiator like Glen did.
The radiators are so close I can't stick my fingers between them. Glad I measured about a million times before buying.
I was upset to see that I couldn't add a 120MM radiator without modifying, and since I have no room to move the top radiator because of the front radiator, looks like I'm stuck with 120.5 radiator space. I'd prefer more, but if I am going to modify the case for a 120MM rad, I'd rather just put some routing holes out the side of the case and run a 1080 radiator. At that point, I'd rather just buy a new case.
Picture of how everything fits nice and snug. I have to buy some washers because the UT60 fan mounting screws are not wide enough for the case. I had to jimmy them to stay, and immediatly removed them after taking this picture. (The things I do for you guys
My little helper!
He's four months old and the happiest baby I have ever seen. I love my son.
That's how close the 780 Classifed is to the front UT60. Luckily I've got a few mm to work with and can get a rubber gasket or two in there.