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Update! back plate design #1 on the ITX,

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post #252 of 332
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If of any interest DD is building another custom case again smile.gif yay! It will be a dual layer MITX case possibly with the layout of MATX for X79. Not sure if it will be public like my horizontal and UgotD8's. I can give some specs but it will be roughly 1Cu Ft total if not a tiny bit more for the larger ~12inch GPU's. Thoughts?

Dual layer ? Sounds interesting. Please share any info you have.

EDIT: proof... biggrin.gif


Edited by ugotd8 - 9/13/12 at 10:22pm
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Dual layer ? Sounds interesting. Please share any info you have.
EDIT: proof... biggrin.gif

Two can play at this game wink.gif

Danger Den Horizontal+



Basically for the ITX guys/gals the dimensions will be roughly 12Hx14Dx12W. Top will support one 240mm rad with push pull dual pumps and PSU. On the Bottom the second rad will be also push pull with options for smaller cards possibly the GTX 690 with just Push. ITX motherboard layout and with options to accommodate Micro as well with the same width. It will mimic our cases and have the skeleton frame in the middle for running tubing and electrical.
Edited by DeadLink - 9/13/12 at 11:05pm
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post #254 of 332
My camera is horrible so don't mind the quality. But add me to the list. smile.gif

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post #255 of 332
Looks great! Looks like a LDR 26? or 21 possibly.
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Looks great! Looks like a LDR 26? or 21 possibly.

It's the 21 nightmare with a black back panel. The watercooling is all xspc parts. They're really the best bang for the buck! I'm getting around 20c idle / 40s load with everything on one loop and a single 360mm radiator.
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post #257 of 332
Nice, those are some great temps! What fans are you using for the rad?
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Nice, those are some great temps! What fans are you using for the rad?

1800 RPM Noiseblockers. It's not completely quiet, but I can hear my storage disk when it's reading data. The case does a great job of hiding the noise as well. The only complaint I have about it is the screws they gave me for HDD where to big for my SSD. I ended up using double sided velcro.
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Did you get a SSD conversion for the HDD brackets?
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post #260 of 332
I'm going to be drilling a couple of holes in my case this weekend for an external rad, approx. 20mm (a little over 13/16") for a couple of bulkhead fittings.

Anyone done this before ? Would a wood bit work ok or would it need to be a steel bit ?
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