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post #851 of 1051
Hi kaiqi07, which metal works workshop here in SG did you have your beautiful top panel done, and how much did it cost you? Would you mind sharing the details so that I can have mine modded too? Thank you very much.
post #852 of 1051
In particular your plans that you had drawn up would be great smile.gif
post #853 of 1051
I want this sooooo bad 😔😔😔.

I hope that soon this kind of tops will be sold !!
post #854 of 1051
so.. i kind of finished my build
firstly.. i think it was mentioned elsewhere... my machine would not power up with the additional power connected to the fan controller.. fans work fine connected only to motherboard
Secondly, Thermaltake PCI-E riser cables.. my god.. it just didn't work, this is the "cheap" version... so currently my GPU is mounted conventionally...
And lastly.. wow, even with my vented top, it certainly gets hot up top, increasing my fan speeds slightly seems to have helped however


    
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7600k gigabyte z270 ultra Zotac 1080TI FE 16Gb corsair 3200 LPX 
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Samsung 950 NVME 256GB Samsung 850 1TB Mayhems Havoc 360, Alphacool crossflow 280 Philips 40" 4K 
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Aerocool Xpredator 750W Phanteks Evolv ATX TG 
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post #855 of 1051
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Originally Posted by xtopher View Post

Hi kaiqi07, which metal works workshop here in SG did you have your beautiful top panel done, and how much did it cost you? Would you mind sharing the details so that I can have mine modded too? Thank you very much.

It's a personal friend of mine whom helped me out.
post #856 of 1051
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I am not sure how much heat the 6700K generates, but I am thinking you should be fine with the single 360mm. I believe they should be able to dissipate at least 1000W if not more of heat. It is really easy to add a radiator in the front if you want slightly more cooling capacity. I wouldn't feel comfortable with anything over 95-100F water temperature....but that's just me.

I have a 7700K and a 1070 Strix running on two 360mm Radiators and hardly hit 90F at full gaming loads. But, the 7700K is a serious contributor to heat output. The 7700K runs at 140F in my case.

This is a super good read on watercooling information...http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2196038/air-cooling-water-cooling-things.html

Thank you for the reply! that reading material was very interesting! I now now a bit better how to plan the fans and loop. Unfortunately I didn't buy a temp sensor for the water loop, I will do that for when I clean my loop in some months.

My water cooling parts should arrive between today and tomorrow, so I'm taking probably Friday free to build/set up the system.

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post #857 of 1051
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Nice! This is almost exactly the design that I was envisioning for the top and front on mine. I think this looks awesome!
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Nice! This is almost exactly the design that I was envisioning for the top and front on mine. I think this looks awesome!

Thank u sir, I am gonna do the front as well. But not as many rows/ columns of the hex. Too much kills the design. Will do up a draft design tonight when I get home for the front panel. Will underlay it with a black perforated metal sheet. The cutouts main goal is to increase the airflow for both intake and exhaust. Prepping for the WC setup, waiting for the blocks, res and radiators to arrive.
post #859 of 1051
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Thank u sir, I am gonna do the front as well. But not as many rows/ columns of the hex. Too much kills the design. Will do up a draft design tonight when I get home for the front panel. Will underlay it with a black perforated metal sheet. The cutouts main goal is to increase the airflow for both intake and exhaust. Prepping for the WC setup, waiting for the blocks, res and radiators to arrive.

Can't wait to see the front! I want to do it for the same reasons, plus I think it just looks cool haha. I'm in the middle of my first custom loop myself. Got blocks installed, rads will be here today! Still need to order my res/pump, fittings, tubing, and a few other small things.
post #860 of 1051
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Just to share. Decided not to wait get it done myself. Did some measurements and done up the drawing before sending the TOP panel to the metal workshop to get it cut.

Here is the end results.

Had ordered perforated metal sheet will spray it black and place it under the panel holes.

Do you know what kind of machine they used to cut it?
Water cutter? CNC mill/router? Laser cutter?

I definitely have access to a laser cutter at my uni - but im not too sure about a water cutter or cnc mill.
And I'm not too sure if the laser cutter would be suitable, I reckon it would likely end up damaging the finish slightly, as it obviously burns/melts through material. I've only ever used it on acrylic and mdf, so might not even be able to cut aluminium.
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