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500/600 rpm now thats quiet, excellent temps, i just hope i can get mine in that range. biggrin.gif
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In the 5-600RPM area, temps are in the 40°C's during full gaming load and aside the mechanical drives it's pretty much as silent as rigs get without being fully passive. They aren't particularly the best fans for the job either, just SP120 PWM's undervolted to below 5V.

JR

That's eerily efficient, but in a good way. So, in other words, it sounds like I might be able to get similar temps with 800-1000rpm or so when running Folding@Home and/or BOINC, depending on the overclock that's running on the cards of course. Nice!
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How much custom work can Parvum Systems do to the case?

I'm interested in the L1.0 for my E-ATX system, but as I'm running external radiator so is there a lot of wasted space with stock config.

Also, how solid is the case it self? Would it be good for a LAN pc setup?
Edited by Chiobe - 2/14/16 at 11:31am
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Hi all, would like to ask, how do you mount your pump res on the base of the parvum s2.0? i've seen most put the pump at the front end of the case floor, any mods required/holes to be drilled? thanks!
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Hi all, would like to ask, how do you mount your pump res on the base of the parvum s2.0? i've seen most put the pump at the front end of the case floor, any mods required/holes to be drilled? thanks!

If using the DDC the holes are 50mm apart, drill into the floor then secure your pump mount. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

How much custom work can Parvum Systems do to the case?

I'm interested in the L1.0 for my E-ATX system, but as I'm running external radiator so is there a lot of wasted space with stock config.

Also, how solid is the case it self? Would it be good for a LAN pc setup?

When you mean external do you mean like a waterbox, if so what about the M1.0, i know its ATX but might be worth asking Parvum to do a M/B extension to fit E-ATX.
Edited by Mads1 - 2/14/16 at 11:55am
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thanks Mads1! are there any ways to avoid drilling as im not proficient in it? do u know of any adhesive kind of mounts to secure say the ddc on the floor?
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thanks Mads1! are there any ways to avoid drilling as im not proficient in it? do u know of any adhesive kind of mounts to secure say the ddc on the floor?

You could use velcro but then if using a DDC it might get to hot as your restricting the air flow to the heatsink,tbh if you mark out your holes and go slow you wont have a problem..thumb.gif
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When you mean external do you mean like a waterbox, if so what about the M1.0, i know its ATX but might be worth asking Parvum to do a M/B extension to fit E-ATX.
I mean external radiator: http://www.performance-pcs.com/phobya-xtreme-nova-1080-9-x-120mm-radiator.html

And yes, the M.1 seems like a good choice.
The motherboard I want to use is 305mm x 272mm, so its just 30mm or so wider then a normal ATX.
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I mean external radiator: http://www.performance-pcs.com/phobya-xtreme-nova-1080-9-x-120mm-radiator.html

And yes, the M.1 seems like a good choice.
The motherboard I want to use is 305mm x 272mm, so its just 30mm or so wider then a normal ATX.

You'll be fine with a standard M1.0 for your mobo. I've got an Asus X99E-WS, which is the same size, in mine plus a tonne of hardware on it, it fits no problem.
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