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Even though I really loved the case, it was not very practical against dust and what not.

I am thinking of maybe adding a perspex top to mine to try and eliminate some dust that you would normally get from above. smile.gif
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When you have a piece of art you need to take care of it every day.
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I figured out why the pcpartpicker list didn't let me choose a liquid cooler. There seems to be a compatibility issue between selecting the Core P5 and a liquid cooler. The issue has been rectified via forums. For anyone who becomes interest utilizing pcpartpicker. You can select either Core P5 or a liquid separately, however you cannot have both parts on the same list. Hopefully PcPartPicker.com will resolve this issue.
post #324 of 3123
90% finished. I'm too having problems with the riser. Weird colors with picture coming and going randomly or no signal at all.

I was hoping I wouldn't have to but I guess I will contact ThermalMike too.





I really like the NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller's position.


Edited by Koniakki - 2/24/16 at 11:33am
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I figured out why the pcpartpicker list didn't let me choose a liquid cooler. There seems to be a compatibility issue between selecting the Core P5 and a liquid cooler. The issue has been rectified via forums. For anyone who becomes interest utilizing pcpartpicker. You can select either Core P5 or a liquid separately, however you cannot have both parts on the same list. Hopefully PcPartPicker.com will resolve this issue.

Because this case is so big, the AIO watercooling systems tubes are not long enough to reach from the radiator mount to the CPU. The only real way to add watercooling to the P5 is to go with a custom loop. The only real AIO that I haven't checked measurements on yet is the EK Predator series.

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90% finished. I'm too having problems with the riser. Weird colors with picture coming and going randomly or no signal at all.

I was hoping I wouldn't have to but I guess I will contact ThermalMike too.

Looks great Koniakki, can't wait to see the finished project! That sucks about the riser cable though. Haven't had and problems with mine luckily. Hope you get it fixed.
    
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Almost done. I'm gonna move Cpt. Fox to the other side.
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Hey guys, first time poster, long time lurker. Do we have any date on the release on the AIO bracket for this case? I've been following this thread DAILY since it was announced that the AIO brackets would become available. Now the piece is on Thermaltakes website but the Buy Now button does not work! Any update would be appreciated since I am waiting on this one piece in order to finish my build and finally mount this case. Thanks! thumb.gif
post #328 of 3123
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I noticed when I made my build, I was not given an option for a water cooler for my i5-4690k. Does this mean it does not need a water cooler for overclocking?

Watercooling is in no way needed for overclocking, plenty of people like myself run large Noctua air coolers and have pretty high overclocks. Though if your buying this case it would look really silly to have air coolers on it.
post #329 of 3123
Hey all,

New to the forum and I have a really important question I would love answered: I cannot for the life of me seem to find any information on the kinds of wall mounts used for the Core P5. Does anyone have a particular brand or model to suggest? Also, if I am to go look for the right wall mount myself what specs do I need? The user’s manual gives the dimensions for the wall mounting component of the case but I have never mounted a case or TV before. Thanks!
post #330 of 3123
I picked up the wall mount I am using at Walmart.....cheap

has all the vesa mount holes but used the wider 200 mm spacing

such a heavy mount, make sure you hit the wall studs at center
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