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Hello all. Just Out of curiosity, anyone here Know if its possible to cram a SR2 Into The s frame ?
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Hello all. Just Out of curiosity, anyone here Know if its possible to cram a SR2 Into The s frame ?

Not possible without heavy modification to the frame. A much shorter e-atx board is a pretty tight fit and the hptx boards are a few inches more in every direction.
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Figures..... Would make for a epic build if it was possible
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317/500 reporting in. Got my case for 500 bux.
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A black/gold landed on My desk a week Ago. Awaiting Rampage MB. Quad helix res and so on Before building in it.

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Finally got My parts in mine, still waiting on hard tubes and Fittings to get here, so fitted with My backup Fittings until then.
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I have a question for those who use S-frame as their daily computer. Are the fans and pumps loud in this "open frame"?
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I have a question for those who use S-frame as their daily computer. Are the fans and pumps loud in this "open frame"?

I use my S-Frame as my daily driver and I sit about a foot away from the computer. Unless I am doing something intensive like folding proteins for Folding@Home or gaming, I have the fans and pumps running at the lowest speed which I can't hear. I think that as long as you get PWM fans/pumps, you should be able to control the amount of noise/airflow generated at any given threshold.

To those who are interested in the case, they don't make em like this anymore so the price would have to be really high for me to consider selling biggrin.gif
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Holy crap. There's only two listings on eBay for new s-frames. One for $5k and the other $4k, red and gold respectively. That's just insane.
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