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Jelly :[ But yea man that sounds awesome all the way around. Sometimes the minimal mods are the best looking ones. And I feel you about execution, I am not happy at all with my MOBO tray cut, and I will be redoing it here soon. Speaking of another rad, I have been meaning to ask this. I know that 540mm of rad will cool just about whatever I throw at it, but I am nervous for running in a series Rad > CPU > GPU. Like just going straight from component to component without another rad (even if its a single 120) to dump some heat. Will this cause temp issues? Like is it worth it to try to fit another rad in there for dumping heat or is going in that series going to be ok?
Don't be nervous about running loop components in serial, the overall loop temp will stabilize regardless of component order (the only rule with component order is have the pump follow straight after the reservoir) and the most restrictive component of the loop will dictate the overall flow-rate of the loop as well...so long as you have enough radiator surface area, airflow, and flow rate, to handle the heat load of your system components, you will be fine.

I plan on running a highly overclocked CPU, and cooling mobo vrm, ram, and possibly 2 gpu's, so I need all the rad space I can cram into my FT02, hence the extra 120 and 240mm rads i will be fitting in mine..I may even be running two D5's and two reservoirs mounted to the 240mm radiator with a Singularity Computers Ethereal dual mount, that's something I'm still mulling over.
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Don't be nervous about running loop components in serial, the overall loop temp will stabilize regardless of component order (the only rule with component order is have the pump follow straight after the reservoir) and the most restrictive component of the loop will dictate the overall flow-rate of the loop as well...so long as you have enough radiator surface area, airflow, and flow rate, to handle the heat load of your system components, you will be fine.

I plan on running a highly overclocked CPU, and cooling mobo vrm, ram, and possibly 2 gpu's, so I need all the rad space I can cram into my FT02, hence the extra 120 and 240mm rads i will be fitting in mine..I may even be running two D5's and two reservoirs mounted to the 240mm radiator with a Singularity Computers Ethereal dual mount, that's something I'm still mulling over.
Holy crap! Yea, cooling what, 5 components? You will definitely need some extra rad space! And thanks for the advice regarding parallel, it still makes me uneasy, but this makes me a little more comfortable. Maybe I'll run soft tubing for a while, that way if I have to I can just add extra rad in the future a little bit easier. We'll see what happens though. Your project sounds awesome regardless though man, if you get it up and running make sure to toss me a link!
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Holy crap! Yea, cooling what, 5 components? You will definitely need some extra rad space! And thanks for the advice regarding parallel, it still makes me uneasy, but this makes me a little more comfortable. Maybe I'll run soft tubing for a while, that way if I have to I can just add extra rad in the future a little bit easier. We'll see what happens though. Your project sounds awesome regardless though man, if you get it up and running make sure to toss me a link!
Will do man, it'll be awhile in the making though, just sold my X99 rig, and probably wont have a new system till July-ish once I receive my tax return

In theory this should be the most hardcore FT02 build thus far, apart from maybe ZenMods Fallout 4 FT02 build, mine will just have a beefier system in it...his is hands down the most highly modded.
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Soon im going to buy an ft05 case
Im wondering if there is any good 18cm intake fans for this case . The Silverstone fans seems to be too loud for my taste. Anybody tried Phoby G-Silent 18 or Enermax T.B Apollish 18cm fans ?
Or maybe 3*12cm Akasa Apache intake instead of 2*18 Silverstone stock fans ?
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Soon im going to buy an ft05 case
Im wondering if there is any good 18cm intake fans for this case . The Silverstone fans seems to be too loud for my taste. Anybody tried Phoby G-Silent 18 or Enermax T.B Apollish 18cm fans ?
Or maybe 3*12cm Akasa Apache intake instead of 2*18 Silverstone stock fans ?
I was using the ft05 a month or two ago (changed case) and if you want 180mm fans you're pretty much stuck with the silverstone ones, not that it's a bad thing considering the fact that they are currently the best 180mm fans on the market. However going 3*120mm is also a viable option if you're willing to shell out the money for 3 premium fans.
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Worth noting that they're pretty quiet under 700rpm, not bad up to 900rpm, IMO
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finally quiet
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Peggy
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Betty - WIP
(17 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-760 3.8 + turbo MSI P55-GD80 MSI GTX 970 Golden Edition 16GB Tactical LP 1600 c8 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 840 Pro 128GB OCZ Agility 60GB Spinpoint F3 1TB Noctua NH-U12P SE2 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
2x NF-P12, CPU OS X 10.10, 8.1 Ultimate Asus VW246H Ergotron Neo-Flex 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
CM Quick Fire Rapid EVGA Supernova G2 850W Silverstone FT-02W CM Spawn 
AudioAudioAudio
Sony TA-AX380 Sennheiser HD 280 KLH 911B 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i3-2125 GA-H61N USB3 HD3000 8GB Samsung Miracle RAM 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Kingston 60GB 3ware/LSI 9750-4i Hitachi 5k3000 2TB x4 RAID 5 Intel for now 
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I was using the ft05 a month or two ago (changed case) and if you want 180mm fans you're pretty much stuck with the silverstone ones, not that it's a bad thing considering the fact that they are currently the best 180mm fans on the market. However going 3*120mm is also a viable option if you're willing to shell out the money for 3 premium fans.
Thanks ,i already have 3x Akasa Apache Black fan , wich are the best 12cm fans i ever tested . So im gonna try them if im not satisfied with the stock Silverstone AP fans .
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my recently finished ft02 build(at least for a few months). I love this case, don't think I'll ever need to change it.


some potato pics in day light:



Edited by muzammil84 - 6/1/17 at 10:10pm
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Nice work man, its looking better than the last iteration, and I'm really digging the frosted hard tube runs! thumb.gif

What did you end up doing with the front end?

I really need to one day bring my FT02 back to life...but now I've got two more projects I'm currently working on! rolleyes.gif (Lian Li PC-60 and a CM Stacker 810).
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Nice work man, its looking better than the last iteration, and I'm really digging the frosted hard tube runs! thumb.gif

What did you end up doing with the front end?

I really need to one day bring my FT02 back to life...but now I've got two more projects I'm currently working on! rolleyes.gif (Lian Li PC-60 and a CM Stacker 810).



I'm running external double 180 rad, this how it looked before closing the front end.
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