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I woke up grumpy but this made me laugh.



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Omg that case is sexy! Where can I get the dimensions for that? It's almost exactly the same as the one I was designing. Does that have a clear plexiglass lid/cover of somesort? I see the 4 mouting points. I want to try and segregate the roms/hdd/sPSU etc under the MB platform, just have the tubing up there for the waterblocks and have 2x 360 rads at the bottom. The one thing I'm unsure about is how to manage the flow for both of the rads. I want to mount them parralell and for them both to be intake. Perhaps I could do that, and have one side with just exhaust fans on it?

So itll be like:


Where the green are 2x 360 rads in push+pull as Intake.
and the red 3x 120mm fans as exhaust.

Will this be enough? Or should I just cut a hole in the red side and put a grill there?

Im worried that if the heat from both rads (Plus the pump/Roms/HDD's/PSU will be in there would start to heat it up. I could make little chambers for everything but I would like for the intake from the rads to be used to cool the other components and having chambers would pretty much eliminate my airflow through the case. there will also be fans blowing up into the back of the MB.

Opinions?

Its totally fine like that. The flow rate of fans on radiators can be is little as half the rate in free air. Even if the two rads intaking do produce more flow than the exhausts it just serves to effectively supercharge the exhaust fans. They don't have to gather air into themselves so their flow rate is increased. A grill with no fans will just add to the resistance the rad fans have to work against.
If the water temps are kept relatively low the air temp in the case will be lower too. Its a much better airflow system than most cases.
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post #50063 of 107740
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Originally Posted by Noviets View Post

Omg that case is sexy! Where can I get the dimensions for that? It's almost exactly the same as the one I was designing. Does that have a clear plexiglass lid/cover of somesort? I see the 4 mouting points. I want to try and segregate the roms/hdd/sPSU etc under the MB platform, just have the tubing up there for the waterblocks and have 2x 360 rads at the bottom. The one thing I'm unsure about is how to manage the flow for both of the rads. I want to mount them parralell and for them both to be intake. Perhaps I could do that, and have one side with just exhaust fans on it?

So itll be like:


Where the green are 2x 360 rads in push+pull as Intake.
and the red 3x 120mm fans as exhaust.

Will this be enough? Or should I just cut a hole in the red side and put a grill there?

Im worried that if the heat from both rads (Plus the pump/Roms/HDD's/PSU will be in there would start to heat it up. I could make little chambers for everything but I would like for the intake from the rads to be used to cool the other components and having chambers would pretty much eliminate my airflow through the case. there will also be fans blowing up into the back of the MB.

Opinions?

Really unnecessary to have exhaust fans on the bottom in my opinion. The air can escape easily and isn't hot.

The build log for my case will run you through the case, it's layout and how it'll work and you can ask questions about it there if you want.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1400587/case-build-log-custom-solidworks-designed-cnc-machined-acetal-case-gtx-titans-ek-watercooling

Mine has two 360x60mm radiators as intakes on the sides with a single set of fans in push. The air that is being pushed into the case even under load is cool, so don't stress about it heating things up. Nothing in my loop heats up very much at all. The top of the case has two fans which exhaust the air out of the bottom section and also actively cool the backside of the motherboard.

It's similar to my last build which I cut a hole for a single 140mm fan in the top to do the same thing.

    
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post #50064 of 107740
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Originally Posted by Noviets View Post

Omg that case is sexy! Where can I get the dimensions for that? It's almost exactly the same as the one I was designing. Does that have a clear plexiglass lid/cover of somesort? I see the 4 mouting points. I want to try and segregate the roms/hdd/sPSU etc under the MB platform, just have the tubing up there for the waterblocks and have 2x 360 rads at the bottom. The one thing I'm unsure about is how to manage the flow for both of the rads. I want to mount them parralell and for them both to be intake. Perhaps I could do that, and have one side with just exhaust fans on it?

So itll be like:


Where the green are 2x 360 rads in push+pull as Intake.
and the red 3x 120mm fans as exhaust.

Will this be enough? Or should I just cut a hole in the red side and put a grill there?

Im worried that if the heat from both rads (Plus the pump/Roms/HDD's/PSU will be in there would start to heat it up. I could make little chambers for everything but I would like for the intake from the rads to be used to cool the other components and having chambers would pretty much eliminate my airflow through the case. there will also be fans blowing up into the back of the MB.

Opinions?

Really unnecessary to have exhaust fans on the bottom in my opinion. The air can escape easily and isn't hot.

The build log for my case will run you through the case, it's layout and how it'll work and you can ask questions about it there if you want.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1400587/case-build-log-custom-solidworks-designed-cnc-machined-acetal-case-gtx-titans-ek-watercooling

Mine has two 360x60mm radiators as intakes on the sides with a single set of fans in push. The air that is being pushed into the case even under load is cool, so don't stress about it heating things up. Nothing in my loop heats up very much at all. The top of the case has two fans which exhaust the air out of the bottom section and also actively cool the backside of the motherboard.

It's similar to my last build which I cut a hole for a single 140mm fan in the top to do the same thing.


Yours is open both ends,much like my Dimastech.



His is boxed in and would benefit from an exhaust.

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I woke up grumpy but this made me laugh.



Oh dear......
So umm what exactly is that? Are those barbed compression fittings lol headscratch.gif
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I woke up grumpy but this made me laugh.



Oh dear......
So umm what exactly is that? Are those barbed compression fittings lol headscratch.gif

Racing series fittings,they are supposed to look like tyres.....
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I woke up grumpy but this made me laugh.



Oh dear......

I want them, now to watercool the shop computer! thumb.gif
     
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I woke up grumpy but this made me laugh.



Oh dear......

They look like tires, I like them. What are they? Compression fittings?
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Its totally fine like that. The flow rate of fans on radiators can be is little as half the rate in free air. Even if the two rads intaking do produce more flow than the exhausts it just serves to effectively supercharge the exhaust fans. They don't have to gather air into themselves so their flow rate is increased. A grill with no fans will just add to the resistance the rad fans have to work against.
If the water temps are kept relatively low the air temp in the case will be lower too. Its a much better airflow system than most cases.

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Really unnecessary to have exhaust fans on the bottom in my opinion. The air can escape easily and isn't hot.

The build log for my case will run you through the case, it's layout and how it'll work and you can ask questions about it there if you want.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1400587/case-build-log-custom-solidworks-designed-cnc-machined-acetal-case-gtx-titans-ek-watercooling

Mine has two 360x60mm radiators as intakes on the sides with a single set of fans in push. The air that is being pushed into the case even under load is cool, so don't stress about it heating things up. Nothing in my loop heats up very much at all. The top of the case has two fans which exhaust the air out of the bottom section and also actively cool the backside of the motherboard.

It's similar to my last build which I cut a hole for a single 140mm fan in the top to do the same thing.
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Thanks for the great advice guys. One last question. I was thinking about doing a plexiglass "Lid" that would sit ontop of the platform and screw it down on the edges with thumb screwes like you would a normal case panel.

The question I have is. Will the closed section of the plexiglass capture heat? Would I need to have some kind of port?

I was also thinking of doing a stainless steel Mesh as the cover. So it could also be free-flow air but restrict dust.

I do not think that there will much sound to dampen, as the top section will be insulted by the 1/2" thick material (12mm)(which I still havent decided which to use, I was going to use a stained Jarrah, Brushbox, or something, I really like the look of high quality stained timber)
Edited by Noviets - 9/28/13 at 7:23am
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