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Thanks guys, I will have a few more updates incoming this week and hopefully all of my fittings arrive today.
As the only place coolant will be visible is in the reservoir I was going to use clear coolant. The front part of the case will be just about entirely filled by the L12 so I can't sneak the res in the corner and I don't particularly want to. I might consider a pastel grey or white although I do think clear will look right.

JR

Ah I see, looking at previous photos of the tubing I assumed they were clear tubing and the reflectivness was just the reflections. Now I see the tubes are opaque thumb.gif looks good
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Subbed! And I can't wait to see the case in all its glory!

Also I'm interested in seeing that AlphaCool hard tube in the build. I bought the same exact fittings for my build which will also metal chrome tube, but Alphacool's hard tube is too pricey IMO. I'll be bending the tubes for my system.
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Fresh in from Parvum HQ, update to come later today!


JR
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V - Case assembly and initial test fit


Big big big update right here, firstly huge thanks to Parvum Systems for this epic acrylic jigsaw, it's a thing of true beauty. Especially in brown!



Much love for the beautifully delicate Parvum logo inlay.



You just can't not do a test fit once you open a Parvum, it is mandatory to drop all other activities for the next hour or so.



The case has a rather cunning PCI mount currently being trialed by Parvum in which the outer layer of the case supports the card IO plate vertically and horizontally. It works very well, looks extremely clean and holds the extremely weighty blocked 290X phenomenally true.











Having rammed it full of miniature components there isn't much room left for tubing or cables let alone a 2.5" SSD, i've got a plan though. Once the rad comes i'll see how it goes.





That's all until the next update. I have a few more fittings and parts incoming over the next week.



JR

Edited by JR23 - 11/21/14 at 7:20pm
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Man, I want to eat that case. thumb.gif
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Man, I want to eat that case. thumb.gif

Thats exactly what i was thinking biggrin.gif

Hi-Five!! :okmaybenot:
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Man, that looks great thumb.gif and somewhat delicious.

Btw, can anyone still get those ITX parvum cases? If so how much do they cost?
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Thanks guys
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Btw, can anyone still get those ITX parvum cases? If so how much do they cost?

This is based on the 'X1.0' which hasn't yet gone retail but I think Parvum have plans to introduce it very shortly, I think they are informally available on request, i'm sure Imersa will let you know or email Parvum thumb.gif

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Thanks guys
This is based on the 'X1.0' which hasn't yet gone retail but I think Parvum have plans to introduce it very shortly, I think they are informally available on request, i'm sure Imersa will let you know or email Parvum thumb.gif

JR

Thanks man, the Parvum cases just look incredible, really considering them for my next build. Would be nice to have something that looks great on my desk.
Anyway, looking forward to the rest of your build. thumb.gif
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