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Hello, my name's "Osmi"...

post #1 of 80
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So after a few delays in shipping, its finally here.

The Osmi


Packaged nicely...







Next to an old AOC 27"...


15" laptop...


Xbox One collecting dust..


Time to get naked...




There will be a build log eventually once i find the parts. For now ill try and answer any questions you guys might have before you take the plunge and buy your own thumb.gif
post #2 of 80
What is that fan included? What size is it? Looks bigger than a 140mm fan. How much does it weight? How's the paint, does it feel thick or durable?
post #3 of 80
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Its a 140. i believe it comes in at just under 2kg. The paint job, though not without some very minor faults, is good. Not too thick but strong. The back arms that screw into the frame can be bent if you did it intentionally but not without some force. The internals are VERY solid. Great work in there. Ill have an itx board tonight to show that process a little bit.
post #4 of 80
Awesome, nice looking case mate smile.gif
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GOKU
(18 items)
 
Vegeta
(14 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 3770K, @ 4.5 delidded liquid ultra GA-Z77_MX-D3H GTX 1070FE 8Gb Corsair Vengance LP 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
intel 330 ssd  WD Caviar black 1Tb WD 2.5 500Gb scorpio black XSPC Raystorm CPU  
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
240mm xspc rad D5 Vario PMP-450 windows 10 PRO Dell u2713hm 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
CM Quickfire Storm Seasonic G series 650W Parvum S2.0 CM sentinel II 
Mouse PadAudio
Strike x desk pad Seinhiser HD 435 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 2600 Asrock H61m-itx Galaxy 750ti slim OC kingston 2x4gb low profile 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
SP 256Gb SSD  western digital black caviar 2Tb Noctua NH-L9i Windows 7 PRO x64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
samsung FHD 48 inch logitech wireless with trackpad seasonic G series 650W gold plus UMX-1 plus 
MouseAudio
xbox 360 wireless pioneer reciever + 5.1 surround 
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post #5 of 80
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Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post

What is that fan included? What size is it? Looks bigger than a 140mm fan. How much does it weight? How's the paint, does it feel thick or durable?

It's a beQuiet! 140mm Shadow Wings, or Pure Wings 2, or Silent Wings 2, one of those three.
3pin only, no fancy PWM business.
post #6 of 80
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Originally Posted by iFreilicht View Post

It's a beQuiet! 140mm Shadow Wings, or Pure Wings 2, or Silent Wings 2, one of those three.
3pin only, no fancy PWM business.

Tis a beQuiet 140. I'll most likely keep it but not opposed to something else. We'll see.
post #7 of 80
Really excited to see some builds go into these. I wanted one really badly, but given the wait for the case and the $/performance of the X99 vs Z170 made me opt for a 5820K. I'll definitely be thinking of one of these for the future, though.
post #8 of 80
Thread Starter 
Ok, so since the build itself won't be anything special, I'm just going to make this my build thread. And it begins...

Parts:
CPU- 2700k
Motherboard - EVGA Z77 Stinger
Ram - G.Skill 8 gig (not sure the model right now)
PSU - Silverstone SFX 500-LG
Video - ASUS 970 mini

So I went out on a limb and got the Cryorig C1. I was more concerned with the fit on the motherboard and not the height... Could be an issue.




Well, this beast fits. Clears the ram and all sides. But uhh.... Not the PSU. So, in true OCN fashion, we whip out the dremel. Pics hopefully tomorrow but here's what I did. Sliced the width of the psu out of the side frame. There's a few mm of space for the gpu and 6 pin on the side, so we slide the psu out, not flush with the putter shell, and we gain some space for the giant 140 fan on the C1. I'm hoping with the 140 up top being an intake it'll provide enough air in the few mm I have between fan and psu. With the size of the case, that 140 should bring in tons of air....hoping anyway rolleyes.gif

Ur thoughts? 3-4 mm enough room for this monster? Won't be a serious overclock, maybe 4.2.
post #9 of 80
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Originally Posted by Str8Klownin View Post

Ok, so since the build itself won't be anything special, I'm just going to make this my build thread. And it begins...

Parts:
CPU- 2700k
Motherboard - EVGA Z77 Stinger
Ram - G.Skill 8 gig (not sure the model right now)
PSU - Silverstone SFX 500-LG
Video - ASUS 970 mini

So I went out on a limb and got the Cryorig C1. I was more concerned with the fit on the motherboard and not the height... Could be an issue.




Well, this beast fits. Clears the ram and all sides. But uhh.... Not the PSU. So, in true OCN fashion, we whip out the dremel. Pics hopefully tomorrow but here's what I did. Sliced the width of the psu out of the side frame. There's a few mm of space for the gpu and 6 pin on the side, so we slide the psu out, not flush with the putter shell, and we gain some space for the giant 140 fan on the C1. I'm hoping with the 140 up top being an intake it'll provide enough air in the few mm I have between fan and psu. With the size of the case, that 140 should bring in tons of air....hoping anyway rolleyes.gif

Ur thoughts? 3-4 mm enough room for this monster? Won't be a serious overclock, maybe 4.2.

I think with a low rpm you won't have much problems. High rpmrpm during load scenarios at 4.2 should be OK too. The stock cooler on a 2700k can handle slight overclocks. It'd bound to be much better than the stock cooler.
post #10 of 80
I'm not sure whether the PSU will get enough air in that scenario. Maybe you could flip the fan inside the PSU and flip the PSU as well so it blows into the C1 directly? That way the two fans could support each other, the PSU might even run in fanless mode at times. It would also make it easier for both devices to get decent airflow.
Something to bear in mind is that fans generate power when spun, though, and maybe the C1 cooler could actually be strong enough to spin the PSU fan while it's turned off.
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