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Also have the Caselabs HD wheels on hand which look very sexy, could go that direction. simply cannot decide, any ideas?



This is the graphics card for the S8S build, an ideal color match with the Caselabs gunmetal.

The EVGA GTX980 Kingpin Edition.

 
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Also have the Caselabs HD wheels on hand which look very sexy, could go that direction. simply cannot decide, any ideas?
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This is the graphics card for the S8S build, an ideal color match with the Caselabs gunmetal.

The EVGA GTX980 Kingpin Edition.
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Wow!
That S8S is a beauty. It really is a great idea.
I think a lot of people would like to see more of them made available now!
The 980 KPE will be a lovely card for the build.thumb.gif

As for the "feet", those Sorbothane Hemispheres are really unique, and they serve a good purpose.
The casters are handy too, but I'd prefer the soft feet if using the case on the desk.smile.gif
    
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Just put mine together. I was impressed after assembling my pedestal a couple weeks ago, but the S8S absolutely surpassed all of my expectations. I've seen photos and whatnot, but its an entirely different level of appreciation when you're assembling it yourself and touching it in person. I couldn't be happier.
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Just put mine together. I was impressed after assembling my pedestal a couple weeks ago, but the S8S absolutely surpassed all of my expectations. I've seen photos and whatnot, but its an entirely different level of appreciation when you're assembling it yourself and touching it in person. I couldn't be happier.

Mere words cannot describe the glory which is now in front of you……show us that pedestal man! tongue.gif

Thinking of adding a gunmetal/black pedestal for the S8S, only reason didn’t make it into the initial order was I really don’t have the gear to fill one up, and kinda wanted this CaseLabs build to be the smallest of the three so far (M8, S8, S8S), since next year the Gemini Broadwell-E or Skylake-E build will be slightly north of enormous I’m guessing.

But now thinking, add the pedestal and two 360mm XSPC RX version3 or Hardware Labs Nemesis GTX rads then freeing up the left HDD bay for maybe some old school WD Raptor transparent drives, just for backup and aesthetics through a left side window, not as primary drives. Then an Intel P3700 Data Center NVMe PCIe 1.6 TB SSD drive mounted in the chamber just above on a forward PCIe slot to the 980 K|ngp|n card.

Mind is spinning, must slow down. tongue.gif

Don’t know, should I keep the S8Short short? OR Go long with a pedestal?

Photos please, come on new S8S owners, put some pics up so we can enjoy your configuration! Want to know what everyone is doing with their S8S’s two thin rads up top? Extended tops? Full top windows? Left side mounted 360mm rads? Pedestals? Two pedestals?




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Mere words cannot describe the glory which is now in front of you……show us that pedestal man! tongue.gif

I'd love to take some photos, but I only have the camera on my Nexus 5 and I haven't removed the side panels or top cover from the packaging. I'm going to keep them sealed up until I'm done the build, which could take a while given that I'm waiting for future hardware (the next Rampage Black Edition).
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Three tones that went on to define a new dimension in chassis aesthetic dynamics.

Ok….maybe not. smile.gif

Loving the three powder coat colors coexisting in simulcast. If anyone is interested; two-tone powder coat is a $35 upcharge (everybody knows that), tri-tone is a $50 upcharge, so the third color is only $15 more, worth every penny, especially if you’re on your third CaseLabs case and wanting a new and altogether different appearance, I’ve had a black rear panel, a white rear panel and now a gunmetal rear panel, keeping things interesting.

In earlier photos, I had not installed the front I/O since the S8S originally arrived with the exposed red and bright yellow (and black) power and reset cabling. Was extremely disappointed, since the last CaseLabs a Mercury S8 of August 2014 arrived with the beautifully finished all-black end to end wiring. So customer service was great about the whole thing, and was able to swap out the shocking red/yellow wiring for the pristinely professional looking all-black wiring, thank you KC, mia miamo brosephioso. wubsmiley.gif

From what I understand the wiring ships out randomly from supply, so if frequent modders of the front LEDs and switches want the multicolored wiring for easy lead/terminal identification understood, the all-black are clearly labeled at the motherboard ends, the switch ends are identified with + and - tagged labels, ideal for someone like me who will never mod the switches or LEDs and wish the mobo wiring through the left side window to look its best, maybe a drop-down selection when ordering a chassis would work so the customer receives what’s best for his/her situation.

Ron of Ronsanut just got this TH-10A chassis delivered and he received the all-black wiring.

Here’s Ron’s amazingly detailed new TH-10A overview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wth3n9-tTyw

Also arrived from CaseLabs, an S8/S8S side radiator mount in beautifully finished gunmetal and I now have both the ATX and SSI-EEB motherboard trays in matte white. Still in the planning stage of the hard tubing bends and routing, can use either motherboard tray with an ASUS E-ATX board, but will most likely move four large diameter Monsoon acrylic tubes, two IN and two OUT of the CaseLabs SSI-EEB tray rubber grommeted cable pass-thrus from the upper chamber down into the lower two chambers feeding two radiators, and I read the most curious article on liquid - pressure and vacuum efficiency, that stated if using two radiators of the exact same size and internal volumetric dimensions it’s better to balance one directly on either side of the pump/reservoir assembly, instead of pushing OR pulling the liquid through both rads on the same side with the CPU block and GPU block(s). The increased efficiency is most likely negligible but this is a science build so why not add a little to the design, and it just so happens the best physical placement for both my 240mm x 56mm rads is one on either side of the D5 pump/reservoir so I’ll give it a try, and hope for some amazing temps.











Anyone who hasn’t seen the new 2015 memory modules from Klevv, here they are ready to compliment any industrial server-grade luxury CaseLabs build, an ideal aesthetic match with the Asus X99 WS board, looks like the top edges of the CRAS DDR4 modules glow white.



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I hope this becomes a regular product. I totally want a s8s with an extended ventilated top.
    
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A limited edition is a business tool a manufacturer can use to keep sales/orders/production at a constant pace, foreshadowing or prefiguring those times of year or seasons that have historically proven slower than average.

Fingers crossed, maybe we'll see another 30 S8S bad boys offered later in the year.

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Didn’t want to use the same exact fans I’ve used for the last two years so trying two new types, one is a high static pressure 38mm thick, the other seems to be a static/flow hybrid at 25mm thick.

I realize in these pics, both fans are mounted as chassis exhaust and intake, not the primary purpose of these fans at all quite unorthodox, they are begging for radiators, yet at the range I normally run my fans 500rpm to 600rpms, I don’t think it’s going to make much difference, they’ll still push plenty of air.

So why do it? Well a normal person that walks into my office won’t know the difference between fan type, blade angle, or airflow characteristics, and honestly I just love the way they look, something extremely new, very pleasant to my eyes, industrial-enterprise looking minimalistic yet purposeful.

The shiny silver hub on the 25mm hybrid was a complete surprise out of the box, I only had a photo of the obverse side to go on and the chart specs below, but I kind of like the silver hub, a welcome change from the normal smaller diameter black PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate) hub I’m so used to seeing.

My only concern is the increased weight of each fan over the pure chassis flow silent-type fan I normally use and if the silicon grommets mounting them to the CL frame will be able to comfortably isolate the increased rotational energy (at the same rpm) that goes along with increased overall mass of the frame, blades, and larger diameter hub, bearings, and motor.

Hope this helps anyone with a new CaseLabs build underway seeking an overall fresh new look for their fans, although you might want to mount them on proper radiators if you plan on running them between 1000rpm and the 1850rpm to 1950rpm rated speeds, for best results. smile.gif









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post #100 of 533
I got my black Mercury S8 as I missed the chance of getting S8S when it was available and which was the case I was looking for from the beginning. No doubts that S8 is great in terms of quality and potential customizations but for me personally is just too spacious. If there is someone who thinks that their S8S is too tight please let me know, I'm open for swapping smile.gif

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