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post #33851 of 106081
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Wonder how many itx boards I could fit in my phantom 820 stretched case build . . . .
Still waiting on the next case to scarf the last chassis parts from, and add the last 40mm or so of stretch.
It'll have an 840 up top and on the bottom from pairs of joined copper finned Airplex modularity 420's
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The phantom train!

CHOOWHOOOO!!

I have started collecting watercooling parts!!!!


post #33852 of 106081
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hi a bit of a strange question but are the any cases with the motherboard tray on the left and a window on the right side of the case as my pc is on my left on the floor and i want to water cool it and see my work but the window is on the left sid e up agenced the wall thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif thanks for help if any i look and cant find any case witch are left motherboard tray and right sided windows

Do you mean a reverse ATX case?

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post #33853 of 106081
Which controller can i buy that can control fans and the pump?

Most recommended?
post #33854 of 106081
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Originally Posted by dark7721 View Post

hi a bit of a strange question but are the any cases with the motherboard tray on the left and a window on the right side of the case as my pc is on my left on the floor and i want to water cool it and see my work but the window is on the left sid e up agenced the wall thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif thanks for help if any i look and cant find any case witch are left motherboard tray and right sided windows

Should check out Silverstone cases smile.gif
post #33855 of 106081

002 by Kerelm, on Flickr


006 by Kerelm, on Flickr


009 by Kerelm, on Flickr

Just got my loop up and running a couple days ago, picked up the new SP120 fans today and fitted them. Next up is 7900 series card and waterblock.

everything currently on stock clocks, will be upping the ghz soon smile.gif
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post #33856 of 106081
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Not sure if this is the right place to be asking for loop advice, but here goes.
Here is a block level of what my setup will look like: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Which option would make my loop more efficient at cooling:
Option 1 = RES+PUMP->RAD1->CPU->RAD2->GPU->RAD3
Option 2 = RES+PUMP->RAD3->RAD1->CPU->RAD2->GPU
I've read a lot of conflicting views on the loop setup stating that the sequence doesn't matter as much as the total amount of rads and another that states that sequence matters as well as total rads and that putting a rad before the reservoir will pretty much null the cooling effects from the pump adding heat.
If this is not the place to get advice for this sort of thing could someone direct me where I should be asking about this.
I suggest that you also plan to place a drain for your loop
somewhere. my first rig i didn't put one in and regret it every since
so in my new build i'm adding a fill port and drain for my loop.
you do not want to start tilting your comp in all directions just
to empty it in case something wrong happens one day and you
need to work on your loop.
post #33857 of 106081
ok thanks yes a revers ATX case that the word i was looking for thanks so it realy the TJ11 that im look at then or the RV02 then is that the only company that makes revers ATX cases thumb.gif
post #33858 of 106081
Depending on how much you can spend look at LittleDevil and Case Labs.
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post #33859 of 106081
It's god awfull fugly, but the Azza Genesis 9000 can be assembled either way, and it's comparatively cheap compared to the big guns.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQojz6rGJT8

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post #33860 of 106081
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Which controller can i buy that can control fans and the pump?

Most recommended?

FC 5,30w per channel,can handle D5's with ease.
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