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The setup is turning the PSU fan to the CPU fan and tunneling the CPU air by swapping the fan 180 degrees to blow in the PSU and out of the case. You are getting some tide space between the PSU and CPU cooler.
I hope you get the picture "some1else"
Edited by fer9001 - 10/1/16 at 2:57am
post #632 of 867
thanks, I missed that part. Well, it will make hell of a tunnel indeed - maybe just two fans that close will create additional air channeling for extra noise, but should be okay. For now I'm putting my custom water loop idea on ice (no proper gpu waterblocks) and sticking with NT01-PRO without any fans (thank you sir for inspiration), 140mm on case intake and SF450 with fan facing the mobo and base of NT01.
I will check the results and maybe turn back PSU to face side panel. More than enough for i7 35W TDP + 1070 mini.
Edited by some1else - 10/1/16 at 8:18am
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The rest of the pictures are here: http://imgur.com/a/3JoWL/all

Specs are:

4690K @ 4.8 GHz
16GB DDR3 @ 2600 MHz
ASUS GTX 670 Mini @ 1202/6500 MHz
250GB 840 Pro + 1TB HGST 2.5"
Corsair H60
Silverstone ST45SF 450W

Added you to the spreadsheet! Good looking system!
post #634 of 867

So I decided I don't really care much for the tiny case for my intentions. The question is now: Should I piece-part sell my components, or try and sell the whole system? perhaps swap the graphics card and sell as simple gaming rig? Thoughts?

 

This case (unmodified, but the front headphone jack doesn't work)

ASRock Z77 mitx mobo

i5-3570k (delidded)

AMD Firepro W4300

8GB DDR3 1600mm Corsair mem

450W Silverstone modular psu (waranty expired)

Samsung EVO 840 256GB

Corsair H60 cooler

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I am thinking to move over to a larger monitor 32-34 inch at 2560 x 1440. Do you think my Asus 970 mini can handle it? Or have I change it to Gigabyte gtx 1070. I would like Asus version but until now no wort of any new Asus mini release.
post #636 of 867
Looks like my TU-100 finally shipped, and its going to be here tomorrow wheee.gif

I have no parts picked out for it yet, but I am definitely going to get started on some of the case mods asap.
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I am thinking to move over to a larger monitor 32-34 inch at 2560 x 1440. Do you think my Asus 970 mini can handle it? Or have I change it to Gigabyte gtx 1070.
970 can handle 1440p gaming easily. (my old build with gtx780 was driving 1440p games almost well). think about 4K-ish resolutions for Gigabyte 1070 (3440x1440,3200x1800,3840x2160).

I still believe we will see some "short PCB" 1070 solution from ASUS but a bit later - so far Gigabyte is the king, with Zotac having "not so" mini model.
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Looks like my TU-100 finally shipped, and its going to be here tomorrow wheee.gif

I have no parts picked out for it yet, but I am definitely going to get started on some of the case mods asap.

Show pics when done smile.gif
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Show pics when done smile.gif

Absolutely! I'm going to keep some of these ideas under wrap until I can work out some logistics. But definitely expect a build log within the next few months. biggrin.gif

EDIT: Here is some photo proof



One idea I have below the cut.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


So, my first idea is to remove some of the internals, remove the front grill, and replace it with this overkill grill. I am still bouncing around whether or not I will go through with it, so we will see.

Edited by Simmons572 - 10/22/16 at 10:58am
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Damn! I already got a hard on just seeing the untouch case.

Interesting idea. Might get dusty. Plus I think it would make the case look bumpy. I like that flat shape. I myself if I had the skills would not go for that showoff thingy just to make it bumpy. But on the other hand this might improve the airflow. Will you be going full water cooling on the guts or just wc the gpu/cpu?
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