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This is far far far from final guys and gals. But you can have a pretty decent idea of the loop and the fitting of rads, fans and tubes. I am very pleased with the loop and been able to fit a 120 in front (had to drill new holes for it). Very close, almost to a 1-2 mm scale in some place but it does fit. Now the real fun begin planing the cut in the front panel, art for the mask and reservoir.












and here you can how close those cpu-gpu tubes are to the top rad/fans:




top shots without the led holder and with the return line of the gpu-cpu assemble in place:



Edited by Gabrielzm - 6/26/16 at 10:32pm
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Thanks for all the photos!

I've been debating a similar setup. Can you post a top down pic? I'm curious if a water block on a GPU would hit the top mounted radiator? And what about vertical clearance? Can something like an Asus Strix with a water block fit, or is there not enough vertical clearance?

Thanks!
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That is impressive. Fitting that much cooling in there is not to snuffed at—I'll leave your pup to do that.
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Thanks for all the photos!

I've been debating a similar setup. Can you post a top down pic? I'm curious if a water block on a GPU would hit the top mounted radiator? And what about vertical clearance? Can something like an Asus Strix with a water block fit, or is there not enough vertical clearance?

Thanks!

Those two last shots are top down. If GPU was in the first slot fittings would conflict with the rad. You might get away with a slim fitting but I did not test that and you might be able to shift the rad away from the GPU by 1 cm tops drilling new holes which in turn will give more clearance to fittings in the GPU block.
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That is impressive. Fitting that much cooling in there is not to snuffed at—I'll leave your pup to do that.

Thanks mate. I am impressed with this case and how much cooling you can cram on it. I mean, if I choose that route I could fit 2x 240 rads there which equals the amount I put on Grey Matter (S5) in a much smaller signature. I am almost tempted to it since I even imagined where I would put the reservoir in such situation and would look killer and very different...
Edited by Gabrielzm - 6/27/16 at 9:37am
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Those two last shots are top down. If GPU was in the first slot fittings would conflict with the rad. You might get away with a slim fitting but I did not test that and you might be able to shift the rad away from the GPU by 1 cm tops drilling new holes which in turn will give more clearance to fittings in the GPU block.

Does the block hit the radiator, or do the fittings hit the radiator (in that first slot)? If I can get the card in and run fittings just on the water block side of the card, that'd work for me.

With two 240mm rads, would you still be able to get fans on them? It looks like the top and front would hit each other.
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Does the block hit the radiator, or do the fittings hit the radiator (in that first slot)? If I can get the card in and run fittings just on the water block side of the card, that'd work for me.

With two 240mm rads, would you still be able to get fans on them? It looks like the top and front would hit each other.

just the fittings. The block is fine on that first slot. With the magicool slim and the silversone 15 mm fans yes. You would be able to fit both rads (240) front and top. I don't think any other radiator out there would fit the bill. And mind you, the top rad was shifted to the back of the case by drilling new holes on the mount.
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Are you going to use a 5.25" res or a cylindrical one? Is it going in the bottom compartment?
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Are you going to use a 5.25" res or a cylindrical one? Is it going in the bottom compartment?

custom made. look at the plans at the first page. Front of the case is going to be chopped down.

Sometimes I wish I was in US or UK. It is so hard to find extrusion and diffuser down here and it is so expensive to get from US and UK... Need to come up with a diffuser for the leds. @B NEGATIVE I known that sanding down a piece of acrylic will get me a frosted look. Also I known I can use paint to the same effect. Any other way to do it? How did you frosted the reservoir in your S3 (close impact) build?
Edited by Gabrielzm - 6/27/16 at 10:15am
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Clear Plastidip could work also.
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Man U got me jiving to swap all my stuff from my nova over to this lil beauty! From my phone what I can see u think u could utilize the aquatube res? I have one lying around. Hard mount to the bottom right from panel? With some careful cutting? I have the 5.25 black bay plate as well. Humm may be ordering a grey one any moment!
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