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post #31 of 103
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Love that acrylic backplate! Looks really pretty! Is the motherboard mounted right onto it, or does it go just under the board up to the standoffs?

It just goes up to the board.

Ordered a 500mm x 500mm sheet of 3mm black this evening for the next stage.
post #32 of 103
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It just goes up to the board.

Ordered a 500mm x 500mm sheet of 3mm black this evening for the next stage.

Wow, those are some impressively precise measurements!
post #33 of 103
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I decided to make the shroud functional, now it directs air flow toward the GPUs.

Just enough room for the 240 rad in the front.

With the side panel on:



The next question is, do I make the roof out of black (which will match) or white - which I can back light with LEDs to light up the interior?
Edited by Wihglah - 3/17/14 at 12:35pm
post #34 of 103
Now that looks damn fine! thumb.gif

Are you sure there's enough room for the end tanks and tubing in bottom for the rad? I believe it is recommended to install vertical radiators end tanks down, since if they are up, there might be air bubbles stuck there which makes draining a pain in the butt. Im no expert, but i think that's what i've heard, someone confirm
post #35 of 103
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Now that looks damn fine! thumb.gif

Are you sure there's enough room for the end tanks and tubing in bottom for the rad? I believe it is recommended to install vertical radiators end tanks down, since if they are up, there might be air bubbles stuck there which makes draining a pain in the butt. Im no expert, but i think that's what i've heard, someone confirm

Because of the fan hole layout, the inlet / outlet will have to be at the top.

It's not ideal, but it will have to do.
post #36 of 103
Alright, yeah i believe it's not impossible, just have to tilt the case or something rolleyes.gif
post #37 of 103
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Ordered some more fittings, and took some better photos:







I think the LEDs need moving up the priority list.
Edited by Wihglah - 3/19/14 at 4:03pm
post #38 of 103
Are you going to watercool the gpu too?
post #39 of 103
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Are you going to watercool the gpu too?

Yes - I'm aiming for a 780ti, but I want to get another 560ti to have SLI for a bit (just to try it out). I can wait for Maxwell to come out and drive the 780ti boards down in price. Or I might pick up a 2nd hand one from the forums.
post #40 of 103
Im planning on upgrading to maxwell when it comes out. My 560 is still kicking good! I still wouldn't buy another for sli unless you find one for like 30-50 bucks used, hard to find new ones anymore anyway rolleyes.gif
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