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Whats your gameplan for airflow? Are you going to use the two fans up top to help vent the cooler?
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Originally Posted by jgr94 View Post

Yeah I think I'm going to use 1 reversed fan on the DARK ROCK TF and 2 top exhaust fans in the case smile.gif


Interesting. I was planning a straight front to back airflow with 2 front fans, no top fans and a tower(Noctua NH-U9S) cooler with a single fan. I wonder how that would compare to the reversed dark rock and top exhaust in terms of noise/cooling tradeoff.
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Is that your build?? Sweet mother of pearl....that's a lot of ...well everything. Very nice.


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I am extreme anal freak and even slight scratch on any part of my case would really bother me.
I said I would never drill a hole in any of my CL cases, than while you assembling things together you realize how much limitations you putting on your component layout and you only depriving yourself from making your build to look just the way you want it, so I gave up and said wth. live once so enjoy when you can.






There is a ton of drills everywhere , this is quad D5 aqua computer pump build, yet this workstation runs 20db I am silent operation obsessed, the loudest thigh in this build are Velociratpors HDD x4, it took me lot of time to optimized this to run fully automatically with delta of 2 C degree I wouldn't be able to accomplish without molding, best part is CL have you cover with spare parts thumb.gif

I should upload a video of how quiet this thing is I can drop crumple paper towel on my desk and that's pretty much what you can hear it.

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Yeah I think I'm going to use 1 reversed fan on the DARK ROCK TF and 2 top exhaust fans in the case smile.gif

Any idea what the height of the heatsink is without that top fan? Trying to guesstimate the tolerance between the heatsink and the mount for the two fans
Edited by SleepyOgre - 6/5/16 at 5:32pm
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Is that your build?? Sweet mother of pearl....that's a lot of ...well everything. Very nice.

Thanks thumb.gif
Edited by NewUser16 - 6/5/16 at 11:25pm
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Looks like EVGA updated the specs on GTX 1080 SC, it is now listed as:

Dimensions

Height: 4.376in - 111.15mm
Length: 10.5in - 266.7mm
Width: Dual Slot

Where as the FTW edition is listed as:

Dimensions

Height: 5.94in - 150.88mm
Length: 10.5in - 266.7mm
Width: Dual Slot
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Originally Posted by Funkynex View Post

Looks like EVGA updated the specs on GTX 1080 SC, it is now listed as:

Dimensions

Height: 4.376in - 111.15mm
Length: 10.5in - 266.7mm
Width: Dual Slot

Where as the FTW edition is listed as:

Dimensions

Height: 5.94in - 150.88mm
Length: 10.5in - 266.7mm
Width: Dual Slot

I think they updated it again... Now it looks like ftw/classy will fit.


FE

http://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/GPU.aspx?pn=365887AF-BCC8-4B94-B123-5751A3569549

SC

http://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/GPU.aspx?pn=AB7B6447-6329-4361-8AB7-4AD62EA6A2AF

FTW

http://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/GPU.aspx?pn=CED0347B-30FE-45FE-808C-A64DF6A5218A
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Yeah I think I'm going to use 1 reversed fan on the DARK ROCK TF and 2 top exhaust fans in the case smile.gif

Which RAM are you using btw?
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Got a newbie here! Welcome to the boards. I'll try to help a bit here.

1. These filters work fine. As for where to put them and how many you should get will depend on how you're orienting things in this case. You only need filters on intake fans, so if you're intake is going to be from the front, then put a filter there so air is drawn thru it prior to passing thru into the case. If both top and bottom are going to be intakes for you, put filters in both places.

2. The accessory mount is basically a place to drill and mount whatever you need to. Pump, tiny reservoir, fan controller, power splitter, ccfl inverters, etc. It gives you a blank flat space for mounting whatever your build requires. SSD's can be mounted in the main HDD bracket with an SSD mount kit.

3. Depends on what you're looking to do. There is a rear 80mm fan attachment in the bottom section for help cooling the drives. You're only other choices are the four spots in the top that are all 120mm size. Since you're using an AIO, you'll probably have to mount it on the top bracket depending on the length of your GPU. Mounting it there could block usage of one of the front fan slots. Really, the only way to figure it out is to measure everything carefully. You can either take the measurements on page 1 and do some guess work, buy the case and measure things when it arrives, or wait until someone else posts how they built something similar to what you're after.

Since they haven't shipped yet, a lot of it is theory based on the measurement caselabs have provided. I've you're really unsure, then you should probably wait to buy everything until you have the case in hand to measure or wait to see how other people do it. Last thing you want is to blow a few hundred bucks on gear to find out it won't fit. Good luck

Thanks for the help thumb.gif Definetly going to look over things when I get a bullet case before I buy parts
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Woooooooo! Damn EVGA, tearing up my heart. Indeed, latest specs say FTW will fit. Get hype!
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There was one launch day - instabuy from Computex 2016 I could add to my current CaseLabs build, this beautiful Seasonic Titanium 850watt. Seasonic is offering a 650w, 750w, and 850watt Prime, all Titanium rated (94% efficiency at 50% load).

Ask any PSU guru George, Johnny, Oklahoma they would say the 650watt would be ideal for my rig, since all my components at maximum load and overclocked in sum would not exceed the 650w number, and would lead to the least amount of waste heat generated and pumped into the office space over time.

I believe they are right, the 650watt would be the most ideal considering the entire load range of each PSU. But if I only consider the 10% to 20% load range for my work rig, which is where it will be spending 95% of it's uptime, this chart below would suggest the 850watt is the most efficient of the three between 10% and 20% load. And yes, I even did the math and factored in the difference for each PSU in that range 650watt 65watts to 130watts, 750watt 75watts to 150watts, 850watt 85watts to 170watts, and a 95watt idle load is 11.2% of the 850, 12.7% of the 750, and 14.6% of the 650. Then extrapolated from 10% to 20% each whole percent from 10 to 20 using the data Seasonic provides, and the 850watt is still more efficient within the 10 to 20 percent range than the 750watt and 650watt skus. Although the differences are so minute, the actual amount of ten hours of waste heat generated is also most likely negligible, but at least within the low idle range I work in, the 650watt is NOT the clear overall best choice. If I was gaming half the time and working half the time, then yes, the 650w would be the one to buy utilizing its entire range from 0% to 100%.

http://www.plugloadsolutions.com/80PlusPowerSuppliesDetail.aspx?id=60&type=2 (Bottom of the Page)



Is this above real and substantial palpable logic or did I only dream up a scenario that justifies purchasing the higher powered 850watt? We'll never know. whistle.gif


Also the good gentleman at Seasonic has stated that each of these Titanium Prime units will power up to 30% higher than their rated load, which is awesome for overclockers and gamers.


All three would of course be ideal for the Bullet BH7.


Warning: Awesome cursor-friendly graphic incoming


http://seasonic.com/prime/prime-850-w-titanium/



Edited by iBruce - 6/7/16 at 8:38am
     
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