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post #1531 of 1715
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phantek one fit with just the middle fan had to replace the middle bracket thumb screw with an HHD screw. If you had ram without heatsinks you may manage to get the second one on the ram side. Also I may try your set up making the rear exhaust into an intake.not the prettiest build but I like the reliability and simplicity of air coolers

Well it's certainly not ugly, well done! Glad it fit.

I couldn't sleep last night so I decided to fix the mounting bracket on my barely used Thermaltake Water 3.0 360 (Overtightened and locked one to my old board, had to literally cut it off with tin snips). Using the H7 as a backup I guess now since this dropped temps ever further and continues to clean up the build with the fan layout.

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post #1532 of 1715
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Making some progress with the new case, loving it so far.

Not much room at the bottom between the fans and GPU. The one bottom fan is blowing directly on the GPU, that shouldn't effect the GPU fans would it?

Also need to figure out that ugly CPU cooler, wish they made that hole a bit bigger to fit the CPU block through to the backside of the case.

Has anyone installed a corsair h100i in this beast?

Saw someone who had used a dremel to widen that top hole you're mentioning, as they were able to stuff the block through from the top and have the rad sit behind the hex metal. Looked clean, but not necessarily great on the tube connections.

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post #1533 of 1715
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Well it's certainly not ugly, well done! Glad it fit.

I couldn't sleep last night so I decided to fix the mounting bracket on my barely used Thermaltake Water 3.0 360 (Overtightened and locked one to my old board, had to literally cut it off with tin snips). Using the H7 as a backup I guess now since this dropped temps ever further and continues to clean up the build with the fan layout.

ya its not bad my phone camera doesn't really do it justice as the red led's really throw the focus off for some reason. I originally had an aio on this build and it started to have a very small leak around the connectors that i caught before it dripped on stuff. and did an rma with corsair and used the new one for a bit tell i bought this and will never look back. as the worry about killing that 700$ gpu i upgraded to off evga step up is not for me. with this air cooler pretty much matching what i was getting with the h105 at less noise i will probably never go back to aio's once was enough
post #1534 of 1715
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Making some progress with the new case, loving it so far.

Not much room at the bottom between the fans and GPU. The one bottom fan is blowing directly on the GPU, that shouldn't effect the GPU fans would it?

Also need to figure out that ugly CPU cooler, wish they made that hole a bit bigger to fit the CPU block through to the backside of the case.

Has anyone installed a corsair h100i in this beast?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4qGTYy5vOI&t=3s this guy used a dremmel to make his hole big enough. but if i did that i would remove all the parts as you need to either use alot of dremmel or tin snips and dremmel to finish it off. he did supper glue a fan verticly on the end fan which is not a bad idea for sli builds in this case. you may also want to turn your back exhaust into an intake like dogsofwar did as one fan on intake is not a lot as the other is being blocked by bottom gpu
Edited by demon09 - 4/10/17 at 6:06pm
post #1535 of 1715
Hey guys, so I'm doing a totally custom liquid cooled build with the 303 and the blue colored acrylic on the front doesn't go with my red theme. Being as OCD that I am, I went ahead and took apart the front panel assembly and recreated a 1:1 3D model of the plastic piece that can be 3D printed using some transparent PLA filament (Red in my case). I've gone ahead and uploaded the model to sketchfab where you can freely download it, engrave words, designs, etc. into it using your favorite modeling software. If you have any problems with the model, let me know and I'll see if I can fix it.

Sketch Fab Link: https://skfb.ly/6pPxn

EDIT: Just realized I forgot to include the spaces for the clips that holds the acrylic in place, so I updated the model on sketchfab to reflect that.


Edited by XilentRival - 4/11/17 at 1:50pm
post #1536 of 1715
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Hey guys, so I'm doing a totally custom liquid cooled build with the 303 and the blue colored acrylic on the front doesn't go with my red theme. Being as OCD that I am, I went ahead and took apart the front panel assembly and recreated a 1:1 3D model of the plastic piece that can be 3D printed using some transparent PLA filament (Red in my case). I've gone ahead and uploaded the model to sketchfab where you can freely download it, engrave words, designs, etc. into it using your favorite modeling software. If you have any problems with the model, let me know and I'll see if I can fix it.

Sketch Fab Link: https://skfb.ly/6pPxn

EDIT: Just realized I forgot to include the spaces for the clips that holds the acrylic in place, so I updated the model on sketchfab to reflect that.

:0 I took mine out and Plasti dipped it red would be cool to have one that was really red so the LED color came threw as red
post #1537 of 1715
Guys, is the 303 good for watercooling and loudness? I am curious because of the PSU being in the back of the radiator mount.... or will it suck air through the PSU then? Is that good for the PSU?
Edited by arbiterhand - 4/12/17 at 5:39am
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Edited by 44TZL - 4/12/17 at 6:56am
     
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post #1539 of 1715

Here's with more as-is colours..



Nearly done with my build. Leak test went fine now and everything works. Just need to tidy up, add colorant / pastel, add noise insulation, remove the drain tube and close the back up - and then do some thermal testing. The cooling looks to be working very well - the vents in the back easily get the air supplied for the top&bottom.

I love that it's light and airy vs my previous black box.

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Originally Posted by arbiterhand View Post

Guys, is the 303 good for watercooling and loudness? I am curious because of the PSU being in the back of the radiator mount.... or will it suck air through the PSU then? Is that good for the PSU?
Watercooling works totally fine as you can see - I just wouldn't run two 1080 Ti's in this if quiet is a goal. This one is very quiet as I run low RPM fans (430-700rpm) and no HDDs. The PSU this time is also very quiet (RM650x), where in my last build it was the noisiest component under load. Not worried about having +3 to +10C hotter air blown into the PSU. That 3-10C is the water temperature over ambient... which is usually pretty close to the exhausted air.
Edited by 44TZL - 4/12/17 at 6:59am
     
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post #1540 of 1715
What PSU did you have before that was noisy? RM650x is really nice but costy frown.gif
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