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Will this work ?



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post #622 of 18654

I would recommend either getting one with an open bottom, or cutting a hole in that one.
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post #623 of 18654

That's a nice find.

10" (254mm) x 23.5" (597mm) are perfect dimensions for a pedestal for the 9.85" (250mm) x 23.6" (600mm) Enthoo Primo.
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

I would recommend either getting one with an open bottom, or cutting a hole in that one.

I wouldn't, as that would just help suck dust off the floor. The venting on the front and sides and open back at the bottom of the Enthoo Primo, and the extra gap all around the bottom the rubber feet of the case will provide when sat on a hard surface, looks like it should allow for plenty of airflow to the bottom of the case, just for example, a LOT more so than the venting down the sides of the front of a 900D does for the front fans on it, and I haven't seen too many mods where people are cutting out the front panel of their 900Ds for more airflow (though I've little doubt that some have. lol).

EDIT:
I guess if you really wanted to open up more airflow to the bottom I'd just cut some spacers out of hard rubber/plastic/etc to match the size of the rubber case feet, paint them black if they weren't already & stick them to the bottoms of the feet using double sided tape just to keep them in place and that would increase the size of the gap at the bottom for more air.

Then it looks like you might could use the holes on the bottom down the right side of the case right next to the feet to bolt the thing to the pedestal so it wouldn't move around on it, assuming you could fish some long-enough bolts with washers through there.


Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 10/15/13 at 1:54pm
post #624 of 18654

Damn, that is nice, shame the shipping cost to the UK is insane!
Now to find one near to where i am!
post #625 of 18654
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Nice looking base but very expensive for what it is. 4x castors are £3.00-7.00 and a piece of 10mm baltic birch plywood (7 ply) is another £5-10.00. Screws or bolts another £2-4.00.

I'm a custom woodworker by profession so no big deal to build a nice base. wink.gif
post #626 of 18654
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That's a nice find.

10" (254mm) x 23.5" (597mm) are perfect dimensions for a pedestal for the 9.85" (250mm) x 23.6" (600mm) Enthoo Primo.
I wouldn't, as that would just help suck dust off the floor. The venting on the front and sides and open back at the bottom of the Enthoo Primo, and the extra gap all around the bottom the rubber feet of the case will provide when sat on a hard surface, looks like it should allow for plenty of airflow to the bottom of the case, just for example, a LOT more so than the venting down the sides of the front of a 900D does for the front fans on it, and I haven't seen too many mods where people are cutting out the front panel of their 900Ds for more airflow (though I've little doubt that some have. lol).

EDIT:
I guess if you really wanted to open up more airflow to the bottom I'd just cut some spacers out of hard rubber/plastic/etc to match the size of the rubber case feet, paint them black if they weren't already & stick them to the bottoms of the feet using double sided tape just to keep them in place and that would increase the size of the gap at the bottom for more air.

Then it looks like you might could use the holes on the bottom down the right side of the case right next to the feet to bolt the thing to the pedestal so it wouldn't move around on it, assuming you could fish some long-enough bolts with washers through there.


all depends on how you route it. I normally have my bottom rad exhaust out of the bottom of the case.
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post #627 of 18654
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all depends on how you route it. I normally have my bottom rad exhaust out of the bottom of the case.

I didn't even consider that.

I'm definitely going to be intaking air through the bottom rad into the case and exhausting air though the top rad out of it, plus there'll be the two 140s in the front and I'm thinking of moving two of the other phanteks 140s I wouldn't otherwise be using to the mounting locations on the right side panel, all pulling ambient filtered air into the case to help displace the heat from the bottom rad & for extra positive pressure to help keep the case as dust-free as possible, and there'll be the 140 on the back exhausting out also.
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Nice looking base but very expensive for what it is. 4x castors are £3.00-7.00 and a piece of 10mm baltic birch plywood (7 ply) is another £5-10.00. Screws or bolts another £2-4.00.

I'm a custom woodworker by profession so no big deal to build a nice base. wink.gif

Haha, maybe you should set up shop and make a few, I would defintely commision you for one!

I work in the engineering dept. at a pressure vessel fab. company, so I was looking at it thinking, castors off ebay, ~ £10, 4mm steel plate, get someone in the works to knock me one up... but is probably going to be massively industrial for home use, (we usually work with +30mm steel)
post #629 of 18654
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Originally Posted by Hereisphilly View Post

Damn, that is nice, shame the shipping cost to the UK is insane!
Now to find one near to where i am!

Well it's Lian Li .... must be distributors in UK

They also have a plastic thing that lifts it 5" off floor ....as usual....it's suggested whenever I wanna buy something but when ya look for it, it's not around smile.gif

....persistence pays off




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Originally Posted by Hereisphilly View Post

Haha, maybe you should set up shop and make a few, I would defintely commision you for one!

I work in the engineering dept. at a pressure vessel fab. company, so I was looking at it thinking, castors off ebay, ~ £10, 4mm steel plate, get someone in the works to knock me one up... but is probably going to be massively industrial for home use, (we usually work with +30mm steel)
I might be able to make some bases for owners here in UK. They would be open center with 4 or maybe 6 casters.

Once my case arrives I'll be able to figure out exactly what it will take. Obviously the prices above are my cost for materials plus glue, filler, sand paper and paint, but at a guess about £30.00.
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