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Nice coldzero wink.gif black plate ....

I finish my first lap.. And no i ve got tri-vaporX full watercooled





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What are you going with? I am still content with mine, especially seeing that the only upgrade I would consider is a Caselabs which would run a LOT more expensive.

I purchased a Silverstone TJ11. Got it for $400 shipped thanks to Amazon. Should be a great case. One of the huge selling points is that even with a PSU installed on each side I can still for two 360 radiators plus another 360 vertically above those and a 480 if I mod the mid plate. Plus I love how it's all held Turner by screw's. I know most will say caselabs but my problem with them is that they haven't updated their appearance since they launched. I know they have new models but they are still butt ugly.

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What are the panels? I know what the mid plate & sli bridge are & the pieces for that, but what are the other pieces? The rectangles look like SSD mounts...


Yes your right. That panel on the left is for the SSD to be mounted on the side of the 5.25 drive bay and the other piece I believe guys on the other side unless it is the short mid plate.
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I purchased a Silverstone TJ11. Got it for $400 shipped thanks to Amazon. Should be a great case. One of the huge selling points is that even with a PSU installed on each side I can still for two 360 radiators plus another 360 vertically above those and a 480 if I mod the mid plate. Plus I love how it's all held Turner by screw's. I know most will say caselabs but my problem with them is that they haven't updated their appearance since they launched. I know they have new models but they are still butt ugly.
Yes your right. That panel on the left is for the SSD to be mounted on the side of the 5.25 drive bay and the other piece I believe guys on the other side unless it is the short mid plate.
the right side part looks more like Hdd Cage Back Cover
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the right side part looks more like Hdd Cage Back Cover

Correct. One is the 5.25 cover with SSD mounts and the other is the HDD cage cover. Ill take some pictures tomorrow when I test fit them all.
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the right side part looks more like Hdd Cage Back Cover

I totally forgot about that part!
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Well it's official I will be selling my 900D in the next few weeks. Its a pretty awesome case for the money. My big problem is that the quality of the case just is not there. Both of my 900D's have paint missing on pieces, the motherboard tray is flimsy, and I really don't trust the case to hold all the weight I will be adding to it. I'm sure it will do just fine but in the end this case just isn't for me. I had big hopes for this case after seeing all the incredible build logs but I'm going another route. Hello inverted motherboard setup!

I'm not sure if I agree with your assessment but you're entitled to your opinions and congrats on TJ11. The only cases that are more boss IMHO are Case Labs. I think the 900D has huge thick bezels to hold the structural integrity of something over 2 feet long level without bending. I'm not sure what the official "loaded capacity" of a 900D would be but I have personally stood on mine and I am not a light person. People loading these things with big rads and lots of gear in them would have to trust the case to support it. At any rate good luck with your new endeavor.
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Mine weights 87 pounds because of all the copper and it is doing fine. These aren't exactly Lan rig's. now that mine is finished it's not going to be moved around very much!
Sorry to hear about the paint problems!


Starting to work with Sam in London on the initial plans for my next build.
Sam Kicked out this quickie render while we were going over ideas.


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Mine weights 87 pounds because of all the copper and it is doing fine. These aren't exactly Lan rig's. now that mine is finished it's not going to be moved around very much!
Sorry to hear about the paint problems!


Starting to work with Sam in London on the initial plans for my next build.
Sam Kicked out this quickie render while we were going over ideas.


holy... that is fresh brother! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ximatekorange View Post

phoyba led strip 5 metres runs of a molex giving a really bright effect
where did you get the LED strip from im looking everywhere
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Originally Posted by ximatekorange View Post

phoyba led strip 5 metres runs of a molex giving a really bright effect
where did you get the LED strip from im looking everywhere

I bought a 5 meter roll from Amazon that was pretty cheap. It's 12v 3258 LEDs in cool white and used some wire out of a network cable to solder them together. Got a cheap little switch that I could mount in the back to handle power from a molex. Can turn them on and off whenever I want. Probably ran me about $10-20 inclusion buying the soldering iron.
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