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post #71 of 79
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Pump plate comes out just undo the retaining screws.

Air would work well but you will have to use the NH-C14S in low profile setup as the maximum CPU cooler height is 130mm on this case.
post #72 of 79
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Originally Posted by paultoke View Post

Pump plate comes out just undo the retaining screws.

Air would work well but you will have to use the NH-C14S in low profile setup as the maximum CPU cooler height is 130mm on this case.

Great, thanks a lot man. I hope that my build will be even half as beautiful as yours.
post #73 of 79
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Thanks
I'm sure it will look fine thumb.gif
post #74 of 79
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Originally Posted by Phobos223 View Post

Awesome looking build! Have a strange question... what does the bottom of this case look like? Was thinking about using one of these in a horizontal arrangment as a HTPC in a receiver stack... is the bottom ugly?? Thanks!!

Not a strange question at all.

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post #75 of 79
Could you fit a 240 rad on the bottom as well?
post #76 of 79
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Could you fit a 240 rad on the bottom as well?

Yes you can as long as you do not use the graphics vertical mount bracket.
post #77 of 79
Really nice build, I'm going to be (hopefully) do something with this case myself. The motherboard side is narrower than a "normal" case (or the PC-O11), do you reckon there's space for graphics cards in the motherboard directly (not mounted vertically at the bottom) with the EK terminals sticking out to the side? It looks a bit tight... The ones I am talking about (Fury X) stick out about 30mm past the end of the PCI I/O slot on the case (including the EK terminal). It doesn't look like there's a massive amount of space in the PC-O10 and I can't mount the cards vertically, a) because there are 2 of them and b) because I went with the acetal blocks so there isn't much point. Thanks.
post #78 of 79
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Not sure on the distance between the motherboard and case front glass i would need to check.

Length is ok as you can always mount the pump out of the way in the back of the case.
post #79 of 79
Thanks, it looks like I'll have to shelve that idea anyway because my (X99) motherboard demands 2 x 4+4 pin CPU connectors and I can't find an SFX PSU which delivers that. Looks like I'll have to step up to the PC-O11 which is a pity because I did like the smaller size of the 010. I'm coming up from a PC-A51WX and, although I love the case and the compactness of it all, I lose the will to live every time I have to empty or fill the loop. Bleeding/draining when all of the rads are oriented differently with no bleed port and limited space to do anything is the stuff of nightmares and I've had enough of it.
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