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And another happy( sort of) owner of P5. Definitely interesting and eye catching case, however, it lacks of some features(absolutely no points to attach the cables inside the case, cable management non existing).
Anyway, I'm using the pcie riser cable and things don't work properly. It blue screens from time to time( gets worse with overclocking) while in motherboard slot it works fine. I've read something about faulty pcie risers from TT and replacing them with improved version? is it still the case? how do I find out if mine is faulty or old design?
thx for your help.

Thermaltake needs to start making this case in white, it looks so good painted white. stop waisting material and paint on green P5 as no one in the world would buy it smile.gif
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Is it available for sale? Google search brings up nothing

I couldn't find anything about it either, including the video.

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And another happy( sort of) owner of P5. Definitely interesting and eye catching case, however, it lacks of some features(absolutely no points to attach the cables inside the case, cable management non existing).
Anyway, I'm using the pcie riser cable and things don't work properly. It blue screens from time to time( gets worse with overclocking) while in motherboard slot it works fine. I've read something about faulty pcie risers from TT and replacing them with improved version? is it still the case? how do I find out if mine is faulty or old design?
thx for your help.

Thermaltake needs to start making this case in white, it looks so good painted white. stop waisting material and paint on green P5 as no one in the world would buy it smile.gif

I am pretty sure they are still doing the PCI-E riser cable replacement, contact @ThermalMike, he will point you in the right direction. thumb.gif
    
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Is there a mini itx version of this or some similar case?

Would love to do a wall mounted media pc beside my wall mounted tv.
yes the core p3

Could you site your source or post a link, no one can seem to find any reference to a P3 from Tt.

EDIT: Oh wait, I did find this, I guess it was showcased this week at Computex.

https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/2016/05/computex-thermaltake-p3-p5-modding/

EDIT 2: Also this, guess I should have looked longer to begin with. Also a P5 Snow, interesting...

http://computex2016.thermaltake.com/goods_key_chassis.html
Edited by Radnad - 5/31/16 at 6:05pm
 
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Could you site your source or post a link, no one can seem to find any reference to a P3 from Tt.

EDIT: Oh wait, I did find this, I guess it was showcased this week at Computex.

https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/2016/05/computex-thermaltake-p3-p5-modding/

EDIT 2: Also this, guess I should have looked longer to begin with. Also a P5 Snow, interesting...

http://computex2016.thermaltake.com/goods_key_chassis.html

Thanks for the link...

Still too big for me, says it will take a full sized ATX motherboard. I want to build a mini-ITX wall mount case mounted near my tv as a media PC and want it to look swank thumb.gif

I may have to cough up some bucks for the Lian Li...

Want to wall mount right under my sound bar.

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Hello everyone, new user here and been a long time lurker/guest among the forum as a whole, but wanted to post in here because I recently purchased a P5 Core (despite a P3 just being announced, which I *think* I would rather have/need) and I had a few questions.

Current setup is a x99 GODLIKE E-ATX with the Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU cooler.
Now I know the P5 doesn't play nice with AIO setups unless you get the adapters (which I'd rather avoid because they seem tacky) or you do some tube stretching. (also trying to avoid)

I figured as a way to do some better airflow, I would mount the radiator where the fan/rad towards the mobo rather than flush against the chassis.
I know this isn't ideal, but I don't want to do any cutting/drilling and I figure the air over the mobo wouldn't be such a bad thing.

I am considering going push/pull on the build, but I stumbled across something I think would work and wanted an opinion on.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12106/ex-rad-188/Phobya_3_x_120mm_Radiator_Stand_-_Black_Powder_Coat_-_15mm_Spacing.html?tl=c637s1731b189#blank
This would in theory mount to the areas already available on the P5 Core, and allow fans/hoses to face the CPU as well to help with cooling and not stretching the hoses.

Other alternative would be a custom "hammock" or railing of sorts which would go from the top front bar to the top back bar and would position the AIO above the mobo.

I don't have the budget for a custom loop, and honestly outside of AIOs, doing watercooling is just not something I'm comfortable with.

Thoughts?
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been mocking up some of the ideas floating around in this empty area called my mind. wink.gifthumb.gif
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Hello everyone, new user here and been a long time lurker/guest among the forum as a whole, but wanted to post in here because I recently purchased a P5 Core (despite a P3 just being announced, which I *think* I would rather have/need) and I had a few questions.

Current setup is a x99 GODLIKE E-ATX with the Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU cooler.
Now I know the P5 doesn't play nice with AIO setups unless you get the adapters (which I'd rather avoid because they seem tacky) or you do some tube stretching. (also trying to avoid)

I figured as a way to do some better airflow, I would mount the radiator where the fan/rad towards the mobo rather than flush against the chassis.
I know this isn't ideal, but I don't want to do any cutting/drilling and I figure the air over the mobo wouldn't be such a bad thing.

I am considering going push/pull on the build, but I stumbled across something I think would work and wanted an opinion on.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12106/ex-rad-188/Phobya_3_x_120mm_Radiator_Stand_-_Black_Powder_Coat_-_15mm_Spacing.html?tl=c637s1731b189#blank
This would in theory mount to the areas already available on the P5 Core, and allow fans/hoses to face the CPU as well to help with cooling and not stretching the hoses.

Other alternative would be a custom "hammock" or railing of sorts which would go from the top front bar to the top back bar and would position the AIO above the mobo.

I don't have the budget for a custom loop, and honestly outside of AIOs, doing watercooling is just not something I'm comfortable with.

Thoughts?


The Phobya mounts work pretty well . . . .

For an AIO, you would just need one, . . . .

Be careful though, and make sure you have enough gasket thickness between the plate and rad so that the plate doesn't lever against the rad's end tanks eventually creating a leak.

You'll also likely have to relieve some area at the tubes end, unless you can put the bracket to the opposite side.

Last pic below is a Tt Lanbox Lite, (Custom Snow Edition) I did years ago with an AIO, you can see the 7mm thick rubber gasket between the black rad and the white plate



For full thickness rads, especially with push - pull fans, I always use 1 mounting bracket on each side and cut away the feet to the insides so I have just 4 mounting feet that are easy to work with.

I also recommend cutting the top portion off so it's the same height as the rad, rather than having the bracket sticking up. . . . Looks sooo much cleaner . .

In the pics is the 480 I'm setting up for my P5, you can see the 2 Phobya mounting brackets with the tops cut down and the ends where the ports are cut back to allow easy port access on both sides of the rad.


Hopefully, I'll get a dry weekend coming up so I can paint them . . .


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