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I've always wanted a tiny case that had support for a single big radiator, at least a dual 120 or single 180. It seems like we're either stuck with a single 120 or a massive case like the Prodigy.

The raidmax element is close, but it's still a bit big.

It requires some (okay, more than some...) modding, but the Hadron is entirely capable of holding that kind of radiator space. Not nearly as small as the M1, but at 16 liters, it's a decent piece of equipment. Biggest problem is you have to waste your money on the PSU that comes with it instead of just getting the case. It'll fit an SFX PSU when I got hard-line and tear the computer apart again. Just have to make a hole in the right spot.



And a closer shot of the rad/tubing:



The only thing that might be a deterrent would be the "mod" I had to do on my 670 to get it to fit. I can't imagine having to do something like this to a 1070

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That's the one thing I don't like NVidia cards for. Still taking up the 2nd slot spot with another DVI. Gotta go full DisplayPort (or at least HDMI 2.0) with these high-end cards!

Another watercooled setup I've seen with the Hadron Air is keep the original 500W PSU, but put a supa thick 120mm rad on the front with push-pull fans (so front side is cut open for ventilation) and add a regular 240mm on top cooling passively. No fans on the 240mm. I thought this would be bad but the build owner said that the temps are good, mainly because the front thick rad is getting good enough air circulation and the heat will just go through the top anyways.
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thumbsupsmiley.png I really like this. Take this little rep smile.gifwink.gif
post #12844 of 12892
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Update-
6850k
1080x2 & HB Bridge
EVGA Micro 2
Custom sleeved cables
all new Bitspower fittings
Fire Stike Extreme run- http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9348885


Still needs to be cleaned up so don't judge too much-


Nice build!
What are your temps like?
You have about 500w of heat there, curious about fan speeds and such.
post #12845 of 12892
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Update-
6850k
1080x2 & HB Bridge
EVGA Micro 2
Custom sleeved cables
all new Bitspower fittings
Fire Stike Extreme run- http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9348885


Still needs to be cleaned up so don't judge too much-


Nice build!
What are your temps like?
You have about 500w of heat there, curious about fan speeds and such.

47 on GPU's and 57 on CPU @ 4.5, running EK Vardar's at 45%
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Edited by absurd99 - 8/19/16 at 2:58pm
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This is the most insanely compact rig I've ever seen yet, and there are a lot of crazy things here...

How is it silent-wise, with that... 1U PSU? TFX?

Also, when will you upgrade it for a compact GTX 1070? 😁
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post #12848 of 12892
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This is the most insanely compact rig I've ever seen yet, and there are a lot of crazy things here...

How is it silent-wise, with that... 1U PSU? TFX?

Also, when will you upgrade it for a compact GTX 1070? 😁

you can hear the front fans when under heavy loads, but the PSU is actually very silent.
post #12849 of 12892
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This is the most insanely compact rig I've ever seen yet, and there are a lot of crazy things here...

How is it silent-wise, with that... 1U PSU? TFX?

Also, when will you upgrade it for a compact GTX 1070? 😁
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(SNIP)

Nice! The lasercut wood looks pretty awesome. Any problems with CPU temps? I guess the PSU is an SSP-300SUG?
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