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post #671 of 3052
250D Build log- Stage 2 Mod the windows



Let me know what you all think.

Next step- Professional Respray!
post #672 of 3052
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Originally Posted by omrheadshoto View Post

250D Build log- Stage 2 Mod the windows
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Let me know what you all think.

Next step- Professional Respray!

LOvely work! really like it thumb.gif

why not a complete side window? (that's my plan...)
respray....to wich color?
post #673 of 3052
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nice windows but... window on gpu panel? that's kind of unpracticall if it will be air cooled, if you gonna fit there closed loop for gpu then its nice
post #674 of 3052
R9 295X2 possible in this case, yes/no?
post #675 of 3052
I would say yes. 29cm is the max recommended by Corsair and the reference 295X2 is 30cm according to most review sites. Yet some people have gone and added 305mm cards in there - but it is tight fit.
post #676 of 3052
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 75

My Sapphire 290x TRI-X OC fits with a couple of mm to spare , going to be replaced with the EK waterblock next week , but it's nice to know it fits if i need it to .

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post #677 of 3052
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the newest vapor X serie rads would look so nice in 250d (this light blue ones)


edit my vinyl decal just arrived! biggrin.gif

Edited by Torvi - 4/9/14 at 3:34am
post #678 of 3052
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Originally Posted by kamikazemonkey View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by omrheadshoto View Post

250D Build log- Stage 2 Mod the windows
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Let me know what you all think.

Next step- Professional Respray!

LOvely work! really like it thumb.gif

why not a complete side window? (that's my plan...)
respray....to wich color?

My original plan was to do the whole panel as a window. It can be done because of the contour surrounding the window. I'm just gonna get it resprayed a matte black to hide the cut marks of the window
post #679 of 3052
Yep, that what I thought...
I'm thinking to cut the side panel like the top yours and do 4 holes and pit the acrylic panel outside the case with or without a little space between metal and panel

Your top panel looks great... If I didn't have a Koolance RP1250 I will do the same.

Wanna see your completed rig!
post #680 of 3052
Gonna start my own rig on this case, soon.

Hope you guys can share insights and knowledge regarding my chosen parts, thank you. Here goes

CPU: i5-4670k (minor oc'ing: 4.0~4.2)
CPU cooler: Noctua NH-C14
Mobo: Asus Maximus Impact
RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro (2x8gb) 1866 CL9
GPU: MSI R9 290 TF
SSD: Samsung Pro 128gb
PSU: Corsair AX 650 Watts

I won't buy HDD for now as I'm on short on budget.

If my researching is correct, I would have a 2mm clearance from Vengeance Pro to the bottom of bottom fan of NH-C14 and a 10mm roof clearance from top fan of NH-C14.
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