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post #3161 of 4149
hy,, so i wanna show u my rig.

hardware :

x9 black case
Asus Hero VIII with 6700K
32GB Hyperx at 2400Mhz memory
2 x 980 Gigabyte G1
Cooler Master 1000v for psu

for watercooling...uhh that makes me cry :

24 hard tubing fitings 12/10 from ek ( for top size )
16 soft tubing fitings 13/10
8 pass ports
2 reservoirs
2 D5 pumps
1 480/60 radiator from ek
1 360/60 radiator from alphacool
1 240/60 radiator from ek
18 vents

I will change the other radiators and put only 480 rads with push/pull sistem.
















and i have a new ideea for the side with the glass, i will make a plexiglass cover for all the cables and the pumps with the rog image on it. here u have the first attend





hope u like it... biggrin.gif
post #3162 of 4149
1. Not sure myself, but I imagine it would be very tight..
2. The 5.25" bays a pretty solid/sturdy. Each one is held in the front by four thumb screws.
post #3163 of 4149
Quote:
Originally Posted by ManiacuCCC View Post

hy,, so i wanna show u my rig.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
hardware :

x9 black case
Asus Hero VIII with 6700K
32GB Hyperx at 2400Mhz memory
2 x 980 Gigabyte G1
Cooler Master 1000v for psu

for watercooling...uhh that makes me cry :

24 hard tubing fitings 12/10 from ek ( for top size )
16 soft tubing fitings 13/10
8 pass ports
2 reservoirs
2 D5 pumps
1 480/60 radiator from ek
1 360/60 radiator from alphacool
1 240/60 radiator from ek
18 vents

I will change the other radiators and put only 480 rads with push/pull sistem.



Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)












and i have a new ideea for the side with the glass, i will make a plexiglass cover for all the cables and the pumps with the rog image on it. here u have the first attend




hope u like it... biggrin.gif

I like it alot! Nicely done thumb.gif
post #3164 of 4149
Very nice job! The X9 is a mini fridge in size!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I7-5960x Asus ROG Rampage Extreme V Gigabyte Aorus Extreme GTX1080TI with WB Corsair DDR4-2133 
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2 Samsung 850 EVO ssd2 500g each raid 0 WD Black SATA III 3 XSPC RX480 V3 radiators Windows 10 - 64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Acer ET 430K CM Storm QuickFire Rapid - Compact Mechanical G... PC Power & Cooling MK III Silencer 1200W Thermaltake Core X9 
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2 Samsung 850 EVO ssd2 500g each raid 0 WD Black SATA III 3 XSPC RX480 V3 radiators Windows 10 - 64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Acer ET 430K CM Storm QuickFire Rapid - Compact Mechanical G... PC Power & Cooling MK III Silencer 1200W Thermaltake Core X9 
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post #3165 of 4149
tnx Sethy666 and skline00 ..this the start of the case change. i had a few problems with the plexiglass stand, becouse of the gpu`s weight the motherboard have band and after 2 days of 99 error i find out i need to reinforce the bottom.

now i star to modify the front panel and make it more soft, to change the side panel window and finish the side logo biggrin.gif
post #3166 of 4149
Getting there slowly, cabling and lighting are the next things on my list. Going to get an customer set of Cablemods cables, probably white with one or two strands of orange.




post #3167 of 4149
Got a X9 Snow White. Trying to figure out which way I should position my radiators fans (intake or exhaust). Currently have it setup with (2) 200mm fans in the front, 120mm fan in back, and I will be adding a 480mm radiator on the side. So should I have the radiator fans set to intake or exhaust? Optimal airflow has always been my weakest point. redface.gif


EDIT: Going with intake since I can use the side panel that has the mesh filter. Here's what it looks like so far:


Edited by SimpleTech - 8/14/16 at 10:58am
post #3168 of 4149
SimpleTech, I own the same case in black. It's such an open case that I don't think the airflow pattern is as critical as a smaller "closed" case.
I have 2 480mm rads in the roof with the fans below pushing up and a third 480 to the lower right with the fans blowing in.
I have a single 230 mm intake and a single 140 mm exhaust.
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2 Samsung 850 EVO ssd2 500g each raid 0 WD Black SATA III 3 XSPC RX480 V3 radiators Windows 10 - 64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Acer ET 430K CM Storm QuickFire Rapid - Compact Mechanical G... PC Power & Cooling MK III Silencer 1200W Thermaltake Core X9 
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MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Acer ET 430K CM Storm QuickFire Rapid - Compact Mechanical G... PC Power & Cooling MK III Silencer 1200W Thermaltake Core X9 
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post #3169 of 4149
I have decided to put my case back into water on the CPU for now until a Zotac GTX 1070 Amp Extreme water cooling block gets released.



I am still working with the wires clean up. biggrin.gif
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EK-XRES 100 Revo EK-CoolStream PE 360 (Triple) (Bundle Package)  EK D5 PWM (Bundle Package) EK-CoolStream PE 240 (Double) 
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EK-FC Radeon Vega Windows 10 HP OMEN 25" FHD 144Hz HP OMEN 25" FHD 144Hz 
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post #3170 of 4149
Guys, any ideas how to fill up X71 ? The bottom part of the case(not pedestal)....the psu place...feels so empty.
Maybe we could put some ssds there ? Idk, gimme some ideas pls. I'm watercooling and preparing the case now
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