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Originally Posted by nullreference View Post

There's several different types of brackets you can go with. I went with these two sets of these XSPC brackets, bought them on performance PCs: 120mm 140mm

I drilled two holes into the panel pretty high up on the case, so that the radiator would be even with the top.


You think I can mount 2 pred 360's side by side like thT both in push pull?





Here's with just the radiator:





And here's with fans and radiator:





Some other users in here have used different ones though, if you read earlier threads you can find a couple posts where they used these Phobya Radiator Stands and cut out some parts of them/modified them to work on the case:

120.4 Phobya Stand (Couldn't find the 140.4, but I think I've seen it somewhere when I was researching earlier)

and it looks like Bitspower also makes some also:

Bitspower 120 Radiator Holder


Bitspower 140 Radiator Holder
post #2622 of 2751
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

You think I can mount 2 pred 360's side by side like thT both in push pull?

Took me a while to find your question, it was inside my quote. I saw one user mount two 480s side by side somewhere, but I think they got creative with their pump/res location. I can't find the post now, but if you check through the gallery here or over in the OCN Water Cooling Club, I think it's on one of those... or possibly on reddit.com/r/watercooling, sorry but I don't remember where I saw it at.
post #2623 of 2751
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Originally Posted by nullreference View Post

Took me a while to find your question, it was inside my quote. I saw one user mount two 480s side by side somewhere, but I think they got creative with their pump/res location. I can't find the post now, but if you check through the gallery here or over in the OCN Water Cooling Club, I think it's on one of those... or possibly on reddit.com/r/watercooling, sorry but I don't remember where I saw it at.

Awesome, thanks for the info. thumb.gif
post #2624 of 2751
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Dude, holy crap. I made an account here just to say this. You have a freaking smart phone display in your case? What the actual eff (in a good way).

I just bought my P5 and was doing a little research and came across this thread. Now I feel like I can't live up to these standards, lol.


I actually came to ask if anyone's fit a 580mm rad in this thing. I haven't looked at mine too closely yet to figure out if it could work.


A 560 rad will fit, but the cut out in the case for airflow is for a 480, so you might loose some benefits of the bigger rad without some modification to the case. Also, I don't think you can use the plexi cover since the rad will cover the mounting holes for it. Check out this post to see what it looks like.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1581986/thermaltake-core-p5-owners-club/2390#post_25917172

I was tempted to use a 560, but ended up with a 480.
post #2625 of 2751
Some progress pics. Moved the res up a bit so more measuring and drilling involved. Did I mention how much I hate measuring?

Still to make a final decision on tube layout. Nothing is really lining up to make it easy. Losing the fan controller would make it much easier going out from CPU block to rad but I'd really prefer to have it and it would leave a decent amount of empty space there. I could drill some holes and move the fan controller up to let the rad move up as well, but even then I don't think there'd be enough room for a tube. I could potentially go behind the fan controller and over the top.

Any ideas? Why can't everything just magically line up perfectly!!



I mentioned I want to mount a PS4 to the back of the case. I already got the mount for console and controllers and it looks like it should work fine, so then it's just a question of where to put the controller mounts.

I wanted to go somewhere on the front where the PC is for the red controller (which will be bluetooth connected to PC) but probably won't be enough room once tubes are in.

So here's another idea (maybe in the middle instead of at the top; these are just velcroed for now to see how it looks). Having a lot of fun playing around!





Here's how I cover it up to make sure our cat doesn't step all over and get her god damned hair in everything like the rest of the house. Reminds me of a kill tent from the show Dexter with the light and plastic sheet, hah.


Edited by GraphicsWhore - 4/26/17 at 11:04pm
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Dude, holy crap. I made an account here just to say this. You have a freaking smart phone display in your case? What the actual eff (in a good way).

I just bought my P5 and was doing a little research and came across this thread. Now I feel like I can't live up to these standards, lol.


I actually came to ask if anyone's fit a 580mm rad in this thing. I haven't looked at mine too closely yet to figure out if it could work.
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Thanks! I'm sure you can come up with something even cooler.

Setting up the LCD readout took a few hours but was easier than I had imagined. There are some bits of help in the Aida64 forums and a video on youtube from a Korean modder that is translated into english.

The hardest part was opening the port through the router and windows firewall. I didn't have much experience with that kind of thing so it was not connecting initially.

There are lots of design options for the layout in the Aida64 software but I liked the bar graphs because I can read them easily from a distance. I can open and monitor it from any web browser connected to my network. It was helpful when stress testing my overclock because I didn't need to stick near the computer to monitor temps and for crashes, etc.

As for the 580mm rad, I do think it is possible, but it would overhang the top and bottom of the case. You would have to decide if you want to "risk" some of your piping being outside the protection of the plexy and caseback.


hello guys , there is an google app software that its call IDISPLAY and you can mirror your screen to tablets or smartphone via mini usb or wifi, i have done it with a 10" tablet via wifi but i cannot set the image to look landscape, but i will give a try with a smartphone aswell that i have around. indeed its a cool way to display the temps inside your case

later today i will show how it look like with the smartphone. (because i gave the tablet to my son anyways)
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post #2627 of 2751
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Originally Posted by ThermalMike View Post

Easy to tell the new cable vs the previous is the retention clip design for the GPU.
Also the name, the new cable called "TT Gaming Riser Cable" P/N: AC-053-CN1OTN-C1

If it has the white slider, it is the previous cable.
If it has the black "flip" clip for the GPU, it is the new design.

You can see what it looks like here on our website:
http://ttpremium.com/product/gaming-pci-e-3-0-x16-riser-cable/

This does not mean the previous cable is just bad, I know some have had issues.
All feedback we got from you guys and your info.

We are in the right direction, here to help if anyone needs it.

Hi
I'm new here and have read all 262 pages and got a lot of inspiration from all your great build.

I have just received my new Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Snow Edition here in Denmark (Europe) and of course I have got the old type with white clip, hoping to get the new type when it was the new model with tempered glass..
here in Denmark it is not possible to buy one of the new premium cables in lokal shop so shipping costs almost as much as the cable
post #2628 of 2751
Hi all.
I am posting up new Pics of my RIG with a new edition. A 10.1" LCD Display (my old tablet). I was looking for a way to re purpose my tablet to be a LCD readout of my PC's Hardware and I finally figured it out. I was going to wait till I got my new TT Digital Temperature sensor that I posted about earlier but its taking too long in the mail (when it comes I will just have to post more Pics). I have utilized this in two(2) ways, enjoy.biggrin.gif I have also made this mod removable so when I take this bad boy to my campus' LAN events I can pull it off and Nerd out with some remote overclocking. Then reattach it in style. Feedback is welcomed. If you have a suggestion or question, let me know. thumb.gif

1.) Using the Tablet as my 4th monitor running NZXT CAM software





This pic is to show you that the tablet is connected as my 4th monitor by having my browser page sitting between monitor 3 and the Tablet(monitor 4)


2.) Using the Tablet as a stand alone screen using MSI Afterburner Software (available through google play) It connects to my PC remotely via the PC's IP address and a port opened up in my network




You can also do some GPU overclocking right from the app.


A side angle so you can see how it hangs.


I also tried using NZXT CAM software for mobile. It works good but you can't change it to landscape or change the background colour. Once that is available, I can easily see it beating out the MSI afterburner mobile app.
P.S. sorry for the not so great picture quality. It was taken with cellphone camera. One of these days I should just buy a digital SLR.biggrin.gif

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My system specs to date.
*New* 10.1" LCD Touchscreen Tablet mounted to case (for Hardware Monitoring)
Case: Thermaltake Core P5 Open Air Case
Power Supply: Corsair AX860i
Motherboard: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII Formula
Motherboard Block: EK Integrated Crosschill MOSFET cooler
Monitors: (3)ASUS VP239H-P 23" IPS Frameless Monitor
CPU: Intel CORE i7 6700K
CPU Block: EK-Supremacy EVO Nickel
RAM: 32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 @ 3000MHz with light bar upgrade kit (purchased separately)
GPU: MSI GTX 1070 SEA HAWK EK X
Sound Card: SupremeFX 2015 (On-board)
Hard Drive 1: Samsung Pro 950 256GB M.2 PCIe SSD (Operating System & Programs)
Hard Drive 2: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB SSD (Games & Steam Installs)
Hard Drive 3: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB HDD (Movies/Music storage)
Hard Drive 4: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB HDD (Video Editing/Additional storage)
Pump & Reservoir: EKWB EK-XRES 100 REVO D5 PWM (upgraded tube size to EK-RES X3 - TUBE 250) reservoir & pump combo
Radiator: Alphacool NexXxoS 480 (60mm Thick Copper Radiator)
Coolant: Mayhems UV Clear Blue and Ocean blue Dyes
Tubing: Bitspower Crystal Link PETG 16mmOD Tubing (From DAZmode)
Bending & Cutting: Kobalt Mini Tube Cutter(from Lowes)Barrows Mandrels, Barrows Bending Tool
Fittings: Barrows Matte Black... and lots of them
Case Lighting: LED Strip 9ft 5050 UV blue (not yet installed)
Sleeving Material: to come.
Fans: Thermaltake Riing 120mm RGB Fans (x4) + Included Fan Controller for RGB
Fan Controller: Phobya 4Pin PWM to 4x 4Pin Fan Splitter, ASUS AI Suite Software
KeyBoard: Corsair STRAFE RGB Cherry MX Silent Switches
Mouse: Corsair SCIMITAR RGB (Carbon)
Headset: Corsair VOID RGB wireless
Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 5.1 surround system(it's an oldie but still a goodie for what it is so I saw no reason to replace it)
Edited by nCode - 4/28/17 at 5:44am
post #2629 of 2751
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Hi all.
I am posting up new Pics of my RIG with a new edition. A 10.1" LCD Display (my old tablet). I was looking for a way to re purpose my tablet to be a LCD readout of my PC's Hardware and I finally figured it out. I was going to wait till I got my new TT Digital Temperature sensor that I posted about earlier but its taking too long in the mail (when it comes I will just have to post more Pics). I have utilized this in two(2) ways, enjoy.biggrin.gif I have also made this mod removable so when I take this bad boy to my campus' LAN events I can pull it off and Nerd out with some remote overclocking. Then reattach it in style. Feedback is welcomed. If you have a suggestion or question, let me know. thumb.gif

1.) Using the Tablet as my 4th monitor running NZXT CAM software





This pic is to show you that the tablet is connected as my 4th monitor by having my browser page sitting between monitor 3 and the Tablet(monitor 4)


2.) Using the Tablet as a stand alone screen using MSI Afterburner Software (available through google play) It connects to my PC remotely via the PC's IP address and a port opened up in my network




You can also do some GPU overclocking right from the app.


A side angle so you can see how it hangs.


I also tried using NZXT CAM software for mobile. It works good but you can't change it to landscape or change the background colour. Once that is available, I can easily see it beating out the MSI afterburner mobile app.
P.S. sorry for the not so great picture quality. It was taken with cellphone camera. One of these days I should just buy a digital SLR.biggrin.gif

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My system specs to date.
*New* 10.1" LCD Touchscreen Tablet mounted to case (for Hardware Monitoring)
Case: Thermaltake Core P5 Open Air Case
Power Supply: Corsair AX860i
Motherboard: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII Formula
Motherboard Block: EK Integrated Crosschill MOSFET cooler
Monitors: (3)ASUS VP239H-P 23" IPS Frameless Monitor
CPU: Intel CORE i7 6700K
CPU Block: EK-Supremacy EVO Nickel
RAM: 32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 @ 3000MHz with light bar upgrade kit (purchased separately)
GPU: MSI GTX 1070 SEA HAWK EK X
Sound Card: SupremeFX 2015 (On-board)
Hard Drive 1: Samsung Pro 950 256GB M.2 PCIe SSD (Operating System & Programs)
Hard Drive 2: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB SSD (Games & Steam Installs)
Hard Drive 3: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB HDD (Movies/Music storage)
Hard Drive 4: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB HDD (Video Editing/Additional storage)
Pump & Reservoir: EKWB EK-XRES 100 REVO D5 PWM (upgraded tube size to EK-RES X3 - TUBE 250) reservoir & pump combo
Radiator: Alphacool NexXxoS 480 (60mm Thick Copper Radiator)
Coolant: Mayhems UV Clear Blue and Ocean blue Dyes
Tubing: Bitspower Crystal Link PETG 16mmOD Tubing (From DAZmode)
Bending & Cutting: Kobalt Mini Tube Cutter(from Lowes)Barrows Mandrels, Barrows Bending Tool
Fittings: Barrows Matte Black... and lots of them
Case Lighting: LED Strip 9ft 5050 UV blue (not yet installed)
Sleeving Material: to come.
Fans: Thermaltake Riing 120mm RGB Fans (x4) + Included Fan Controller for RGB
Fan Controller: Phobya 4Pin PWM to 4x 4Pin Fan Splitter, ASUS AI Suite Software
KeyBoard: Corsair STRAFE RGB Cherry MX Silent Switches
Mouse: Corsair SCIMITAR RGB (Carbon)
Headset: Corsair VOID RGB wireless
Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 5.1 surround system(it's an oldie but still a goodie for what it is so I saw no reason to replace it)

good job, i posted a related info just 2 post before yours XD

http://www.overclock.net/t/1581986/thermaltake-core-p5-owners-club/2600_40#post_26051133
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post #2630 of 2751
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good job, i posted a related info just 2 post before yours XD

http://www.overclock.net/t/1581986/thermaltake-core-p5-owners-club/2600_40#post_26051133

Yeah, I saw your post right after I posted mine. Great minds think alike. I have been sitting on this new addition for about a week. I was trying to wait till I got my digital sensor in the mail before I posted, but I couldn't wait any longer. It seems like I was just in time too since that is what is currently being talked about right now (other then P5 builds of course biggrin.gif). I am using a free app called Spacedesk (remote display) to extend my desktop to my tablet. you can get it here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ph.spacedesk.beta&hl=en its got the most positive reviews out of all the various ones out there, and its for free. Not sure if 'iDisplay' or all the other paid apps work better. but for now I am content with Spacedesk.
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