I recently converted my build from a Corsair Air 540 to a Corsair Air 240. I was really aching to downsize my build and I had been really eyeing the Air 240 for a long time. So, I made the jump, swapped out my X79 Sabertooth board for a Rampage IV Gene board. I was really concerned how I was gonna fit my X79 components, SLI 780s, and all my watercooling components in there. However, I was really surprised by how it turned out.
Here are my System's Specs:
- Intel i7 4930K @4.6 GHz
- Asus Rampage IV Gene (X79 Chipset)
- 2x EVGA Stock GTX 780s in SLI @1000 MHz Core Clock
- 28 GB of Various (mostly Corsair) DDR3 Memory
- Samsung 840 Pro 512GB, OCZ Vertex 4 500GB, 3 HDDs of various capacities
- Corsair AX860 PSU
- 2x EK FC780 GTX Ti Waterblocks with Backplates (Top Card is Nickel, Bottom is Copper)
- EK Supremacy LTX Nickel CPU Waterblock
- XSPC RS240 Radiator
- D5 Pump with EK Res and Top Combo
- 3x Corsair SP120 Fans, 1x Gentle Typhoon
I have attached some pictures of it, and I apologize that I may be bad at taking pictures.
Side Panel with No LEDs on:
I don't know how I fit this all in here..
I Might be able to fit another fan down there...
This is the backside, I have tucked most of the cables behind stuff so then I could fit the pump and res in there. Could use a little more cable tidying.
This has been my experiment for the last few weeks.
I can finally put my build on my desk.
I would like to join the club! I have added myself to the Google Spreadsheet, so I am not sure if there is anything else I need to do. Thanks for having me!