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post #5261 of 5303
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Originally Posted by Dave01977 View Post

Hi, i am having a little problem with the power button on my x1.0. i was told i was told i should come here as you guys have a big parvum section full of ppl with the cases.

my problem is the power switch came with the cable not fitted so i dont know what the pin out should be and dont want to wire it wrong and blow my board.
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post #5262 of 5303
Thanks your a star
post #5263 of 5303
It says that the R1.0 can handle 60mm radiator + fan, but is it a good idea to do that, if the clearance is 90mm overall?
post #5264 of 5303
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

It says that the R1.0 can handle 60mm radiator + fan, but is it a good idea to do that, if the clearance is 90mm overall?

The total clearance is 90mm, anticipated to be used with EK PE, XSPC AX etc... or thinner. A 60mm would physically fit although the added airflow restriction of running the fans so close to the midplate would probably negate any gains made from the thicker radiator. You also need to leave room for tubing whichever way around you decide to mount them which generally will need to pass over the radiators otherwise the port for the back radiator would come out under the PSU or midwall. Slimmer rads will get you more room to play, make things neater when it comes to tubing.

I've built 20+ R1.0's and used EK PE's in them all, seems to be a great combination. Check the width if you're looking at any of the alternative HWlabs/Aquacomputer stuff, 135mm is the limit.

JR
post #5265 of 5303
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Originally Posted by JR23 View Post

The total clearance is 90mm, anticipated to be used with EK PE, XSPC AX etc... or thinner. A 60mm would physically fit although the added airflow restriction of running the fans so close to the midplate would probably negate any gains made from the thicker radiator. You also need to leave room for tubing whichever way around you decide to mount them which generally will need to pass over the radiators otherwise the port for the back radiator would come out under the PSU or midwall. Slimmer rads will get you more room to play, make things neater when it comes to tubing.

I've built 20+ R1.0's and used EK PE's in them all, seems to be a great combination. Check the width if you're looking at any of the alternative HWlabs/Aquacomputer stuff, 135mm is the limit.

JR
The Hardware Labs GTR is 55mm, with fan so is that 80mm. Guess 10mm clearance is not enough?
The other alternative, is Hardware Labs GTS, which is 30mm thick.
post #5266 of 5303
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

The Hardware Labs GTR is 55mm, with fan so is that 80mm. Guess 10mm clearance is not enough?
The other alternative, is Hardware Labs GTS, which is 30mm thick.

10mm is fine for a good rad fan to do its work.
post #5267 of 5303
This is always the most exciting single thread on OCN to catch up with. 10mm is enough clearance for airflow imo, sure the Parvum boys will give you a definitive answer.

That Ryzen logo looks amazing!

J.

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post #5268 of 5303
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Originally Posted by HackJoe View Post

This is always the most exciting single thread on OCN to catch up with. 10mm is enough clearance for airflow imo, sure the Parvum boys will give you a definitive answer.

That Ryzen logo looks amazing!

J.

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That case with the Ryzen logo is suppose to be mine, but honestly I wish I had never ordered it.
It has been close to 8 months since I had ordered it and I have yet to receive it - heck the only reason I had opened an account here was to PM the Parvum reps as it was easier then managing the email communication.

The case hasn't even been shipped yet (as of this post, based on the shipping label they had provided which was created on the 4th of October!) and it has been close to two weeks since completion and promised shipping date.
At this rate I would be surprised to see it before the new year and honestly would just prefer a refund (which I have requested) as my patience has finally run out.
For what its worth, based on my experience with the company alone I do not recommend anyone order a case from them as I have been nothing but frustrated with the excuses and delays.
The only reason I have posted this on a public forum is because the private discourse I have had (which has been plenty) has led to nothing so far.
I think I have been more then reasonable with my requests and overall patience but honestly enough is enough.
post #5269 of 5303
Sorry to hear the negative experience, you are sadly one of the VERY few we've not managed to provide a good service too. In fact the OG label was for the first case we produced that became a lost package.
I have spoken to UPS regarding this case as it has left us, they have informed me that it will be delivered to you the Monday coming as I mentioned in PM just a moment ago.

I will of course refund ASAP if you prefer as I understand this has been one slow thing after another.
post #5270 of 5303
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Originally Posted by SpikeV View Post


. . . fully bolted ( well ... almost !!! )












. . . looks like I am also shy of 4 longer (15 - 16mm) M3s for fastening three front panels [5 + 5 + 5 - 3 + cube]

(ever so close !!!!!!!!!!!! ... HELP)

This is a really cool case. I've not really seen solid panels etched like this, looks really nice and I hope to see more.
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