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Awesome build!
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Awesome build!

::licks screen:: so many neat reps posting tonight biggrin.gif
    
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I have no doubts that the 600w sfx was his only option.... never the less its a drawback when it comes to fan noise.
Ok I use the Silverstone sfx-l PSU and there are some flaws too, like fan noises on low speed and the really bad implementation of the silent mode...

I did already send OP som pm's with tips for a fan mod that I did to a previous build with the sfx 450w psu.
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Very nice build ! Would it be possible to break the custom WC by parts ?

Seems like you used EK Coolstream SE. Still impressed that you were able to squeeze 25mm fan on the GPU side.

I was thinking of doing quiet the same things. The difference would be to swap the 3.5" bay reservoir and pump for EK-SBAY DDC 3.2 PWM



You'll have to cut the top of the PSU bracket in order to put it right on top of the PSU. I've made some measurement and it should fit height wise.

It would allow to use SFX-L PSU as well.
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Awesome build!

Thank you!
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Very nice build ! Would it be possible to break the custom WC by parts ?

Seems like you used EK Coolstream SE. Still impressed that you were able to squeeze 25mm fan on the GPU side.

I was thinking of doing quiet the same things. The difference would be to swap the 3.5" bay reservoir and pump for EK-SBAY DDC 3.2 PWM



You'll have to cut the top of the PSU bracket in order to put it right on top of the PSU. I've made some measurement and it should fit height wise.

It would allow to use SFX-L PSU as well.

If you are able to make this fit, please send photos my way, I would have much preferred to use this unit compared to the current setup. I wanted to initially, but was worried about the height so I took Silverstone's "official" recommendations and got the 3.5" reservoir. I was waiting for a long time for them to release the new SFX-L PSUs, but couldn't wait any longer. Using this combo unit and a new SFX-L unit would be perfect if the height allows smile.gif
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Very nice indeed ! Congratulations biggrin.gif

Its starting to give me more inspiration/ Motive to build a small form factor system ...
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post #27 of 46
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Thank you!
If you are able to make this fit, please send photos my way, I would have much preferred to use this unit compared to the current setup. I wanted to initially, but was worried about the height so I took Silverstone's "official" recommendations and got the 3.5" reservoir. I was waiting for a long time for them to release the new SFX-L PSUs, but couldn't wait any longer. Using this combo unit and a new SFX-L unit would be perfect if the height allows smile.gif

Double check again the space available and it's something like 39mm from top of the PSU to side panel. I have submitted the height question to EKWB. So let's wait wink.gif
Edited by SHwoKing - 11/5/15 at 4:58am
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Very nice build ! Would it be possible to break the custom WC by parts ?

Seems like you used EK Coolstream SE. Still impressed that you were able to squeeze 25mm fan on the GPU side.

I was thinking of doing quiet the same things. The difference would be to swap the 3.5" bay reservoir and pump for EK-SBAY DDC 3.2 PWM



You'll have to cut the top of the PSU bracket in order to put it right on top of the PSU. I've made some measurement and it should fit height wise.

It would allow to use SFX-L PSU as well.

I would also like to know this. The build I am looking at is very similar.

How much clearance do you have between the fans and the card? Here I am sourcing 15mm fans...
post #29 of 46
Yes squeezing 25mm in there is quiet epic.

You have 68mm from bottom of the GPU PCB to fan grill. So with a 26mm EK Coolstream SE, this is 51mm already. Must be quiet tight betweens fans and the GPU.
Edited by SHwoKing - 11/5/15 at 5:00am
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I would also like to know this. The build I am looking at is very similar.

How much clearance do you have between the fans and the card? Here I am sourcing 15mm fans...

Meant to ask also...your reservoir, is that a Bitspower item?
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