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post #12141 of 13202
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Originally Posted by hyp36rmaxΒ View Post

Have you considered the Cooler Master Silencio 352M? Β Same chassis as the N200 with a sleeker look. Β I built in one of these recently. Β 

Build Log: #hakusho

Both cases look great to me- I like the mesh front of the N200. I was actually considering the TJ08-E case first as seen in your other build, but the inverted layout won't let me see the insides of the PC from where I would place it.
post #12142 of 13202
Does anyone see a problem with my cooling option for this Rig ? I've never done hard tubing yet so I want to make sure everything is OK.
post #12143 of 13202
Don't know if it qualifies as beastly, but it is good enough for everything I use pc for, and absolutely silent idle and load.
Specs:

i3 4360 @ cryorig c1 + noiseblocker xl1 600rpm
msi h81i
2x4gb 1600mhz
gtx750ti gigabyte + zalman vf900 radiator + noiseblocker xl1 600rpm
ssd 500gb
psu cm v550s (fanswap noiseblocker @ 600rpm)
cubitek mini center (10l)











post #12144 of 13202
Pretty much finished with my mini-itx rig.
Codename RAT




Anyone on here know of a case that can support two 120mm rads for a cpu AIO and also one for the GPU?
I've got a cooler master elite 130 that's doing a pretty good job but I'd like to put a kraken g10 and an h55 on the gpu and the rad space is already taken up by the h80i that's cooling my cpu.
post #12145 of 13202
With or without modding?
post #12146 of 13202
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Originally Posted by Duality92Β View Post

With or without modding?

Minimal modding. Not afraid to make a few cuts here or there though.
post #12147 of 13202
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Originally Posted by applehuskyΒ View Post

Minimal modding. Not afraid to make a few cuts here or there though.

How small? I could suggest a Prodigy, but I find it big and very overused.
post #12148 of 13202
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Pretty much finished with my mini-itx rig.
Codename RAT




Anyone on here know of a case that can support two 120mm rads for a cpu AIO and also one for the GPU?
I've got a cooler master elite 130 that's doing a pretty good job but I'd like to put a kraken g10 and an h55 on the gpu and the rad space is already taken up by the h80i that's cooling my cpu.
could use the corsair 250d
things for now
(17 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4590k at 4.4GHZ asrock extreme 4  msi 970 gaming 4g something i dont remember 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
western digital 4tb black samsung 850 pro smasung 940 evo kingston hyperX 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
H100i win10 asus one of the 1440p ones razer black widow ultimate 2013 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
corsair rm 750 corsair air 540 corsair saber RGB that one from office depo 
Audio
audio technica ath m50 
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things for now
(17 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4590k at 4.4GHZ asrock extreme 4  msi 970 gaming 4g something i dont remember 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
western digital 4tb black samsung 850 pro smasung 940 evo kingston hyperX 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
H100i win10 asus one of the 1440p ones razer black widow ultimate 2013 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
corsair rm 750 corsair air 540 corsair saber RGB that one from office depo 
Audio
audio technica ath m50 
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post #12149 of 13202
Looking for something not much bigger than the elite 130. Got it under a tv.
post #12150 of 13202
Xigmatek Eris with the 5.25" bay rivets removed
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