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post #51 of 983
Here you go. I couldn't find any bigger pictures on the net.
post #52 of 983
I haven't actually bought one yet but just used Gimp to put my existing hardware in to check it out.
the cooling is a nzxt x60, so the bottom fan isn't on a radiator and it's a 140mm setup.
The memory is Crucial tactical tracer DDR3
Gigabyte GTX 970
I didn't finish the hose.Created with GIMP
post #53 of 983
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Originally Posted by SeriousTom View Post

I haven't actually bought one yet but just used Gimp to put my existing hardware in to check it out.
the cooling is a nzxt x60, so the bottom fan isn't on a radiator and it's a 140mm setup.
The memory is Crucial tactical tracer DDR3
Gigabyte GTX 970
I didn't finish the hose.Created with GIMP
Haha, that looks awesome.
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post #54 of 983
Has anyone seen cooling performance numbers on the Core p3? I'm considering switching from a Silverstone Fortress FT02 (a positive air pressure case) and I am a little concerned about the lack of any airflow across this case. I haven't owned an open-air case before.

Thanks!
post #55 of 983
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Originally Posted by deadlockedworld View Post

Has anyone seen cooling performance numbers on the Core p3? I'm considering switching from a Silverstone Fortress FT02 (a positive air pressure case) and I am a little concerned about the lack of any airflow across this case. I haven't owned an open-air case before.

Thanks!
Good airflow. Guessing any difference between a good closed and open case is perhaps 3 degrees.
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post #56 of 983


The kids asked could they paint, I told them yes, looks like I'll be ordering a Snow case shortly
post #57 of 983
My first custom loop is done with the P3. I really like it's size and look. Sorry for the mess, it isn't mounted on the wall yet and no cord management. The 980ti has crazy temps at 44c after equilibrium but the 4790k can hit 70c still. Ambient is killing things with this summer heat. Can't wait for winter!!

post #58 of 983
I have a question. What is the space between both front and back panels? I'm trying to plan my upcoming build and this is information I don't have yet.
post #59 of 983
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I have a question. What is the space between both front and back panels? I'm trying to plan my upcoming build and this is information I don't have yet.

Mine reads 7 & 1/2 inches exactly.
post #60 of 983
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Mine reads 7 & 1/2 inches exactly.

Not between the window and panel. Between both panels, where you'd hide cables basically.

The width of this : http://www.overclock.net/image/id/12239418
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