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Sitting here wanting to order a bh4 but I cannot decide if I want all black or gunmetal hmmsmiley02.gif

edit: went all black with a spicy 99$ shipping, but I must own this case
Edited by MrFixComputer - 6/8/16 at 7:07am
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This turned up at my door this morning, now I just need the case.....

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Been looking for that PSU, where did you find it if you don't mind me asking?
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Been looking for that PSU, where did you find it if you don't mind me asking?
All good, its actually from an Australian retailer called PC Case Gear, I haven't seen it for sale anywhere else which I found unusual as we normally get stuff last not first.
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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.

Yeah I'm looking forward to testing the performance (In the case). Also hope to test some other coolers in the future smile.gif
Edited by jgr94 - 6/9/16 at 2:51am
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Yeah I'm looking forward to testing the performance (In the case). Also hope to test some other coolers in the future smile.gif

My only concern with the Dark Rock is the ram blocking the airflow around the bottom of the cooler and not moving that hot air.

Also looked at the Cryorig C1. It has a RAM clearance of 42mm and the Trident Z ram I plan on using is 44mm tall. Also runs into the problem of trapped air under the cooler.

Being newish to PC building, is trapped air under the cooler a valid concern? If I don't plan to OC my CPU?
Edited by SleepyOgre - 6/9/16 at 11:38am
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My only concern with the Dark Rock is the ram blocking the airflow around the bottom of the cooler and not moving that hot air.

Also looked at the Cryorig C1. It has a RAM clearance of 42mm and the Trident Z ram I plan on using is 44mm tall. Also runs into the problem of trapped air under the cooler.

Being newish to PC building, is trapped air under the cooler a valid concern? If I don't plan to OC my CPU?

I never had that problem if anything this type of cooler only make the ram and chipset run cooler smile.gif
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Maybe not, just found this don't know how correct it is but yeah:








Sorce: http://www.overclock.net/t/1557130/cryorig-c1-for-5820k
Edited by jgr94 - 6/9/16 at 2:14pm
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I know the Caselabs website says Expected release date is 10th Jun 2016 was wondering if that is when they will start shipping?
    
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I hope so headpiece...If they ship tomorrow I might get it early next week jerry.gifbiggrin.gif
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