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Custom built res for my M-ITX build. Approximately 3" x 1.5" x .75". Made of 16ga 304 stainless. I have one pinhole to weld up and final pressure test to 70psi and then clean and put into service. It's not the prettiest thing but I'm all for function over fashion at this point. I'm not building a show right after all.

Sugo SG13 case. Corsair SF450 SFX psu. Custom psu mounting plate.
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Looks pretty good to me! Maybe make an acrylic cover plate or something if you would like it to be more asthetically pleasing.

There is no room for one. Besides everything else in my rig is brushed stainless. I could take some time and polish it but it's not worth it to me right now
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Hey guys quick question (that im going to test but wanted to ask the experts first)

I have a tj07 and I want to replace my side panel with a full piece of glass kind of like the phantek evo (http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Evolv-ATX-TemperedGlass.html) because I really like that look. So I planned it all out last night and then remembered one important part.. the vent holes on the side panell for my 480 radiator.

So what I am wondering is if putting a full sheet of glass and thus covering this vent holes would be a terrible idea for thermals. I will leave the back side with the stock panel so the vent holes will be open. My plan is to cover the entire thing with like a piece of cardboard and see how my temps go but I was wondering if anyone thinks it will be okay.


Here is a pic of a stock tj07 as an example



Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Kenjiwing View Post

Hey guys quick question (that im going to test but wanted to ask the experts first)

I have a tj07 and I want to replace my side panel with a full piece of glass kind of like the phantek evo (http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Evolv-ATX-TemperedGlass.html) because I really like that look. So I planned it all out last night and then remembered one important part.. the vent holes on the side panell for my 480 radiator.

So what I am wondering is if putting a full sheet of glass and thus covering this vent holes would be a terrible idea for thermals. I will leave the back side with the stock panel so the vent holes will be open. My plan is to cover the entire thing with like a piece of cardboard and see how my temps go but I was wondering if anyone thinks it will be okay.


Here is a pic of a stock tj07 as an example
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Thanks!
I did a glass window for my TJ07 build some time ago:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1417522/tj07-black-deco#post_20585666
Just used some heavy-duty double sided tape to hold the window in place.
I left the bottom grille alone though, you would be best to leave that uncovered for airflow to the rad.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
5775C ASUS Maximus VII Hero Titan Xp GSkill DDR3-2133 16GB  
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Air until the loop upgrade Win10 Pro Acer Predator XB271HU 
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Ducky One TKL UK/ISO Custom EVGA SuperNOVA 1200P2 CaseLabs S8 White 
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5775C ASUS Maximus VII Hero Titan Xp GSkill DDR3-2133 16GB  
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Air until the loop upgrade Win10 Pro Acer Predator XB271HU 
KeyboardPowerCase
Ducky One TKL UK/ISO Custom EVGA SuperNOVA 1200P2 CaseLabs S8 White 
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

I did a glass window for my TJ07 build some time ago:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1417522/tj07-black-deco#post_20585666
Just used some heavy-duty double sided tape to hold the window in place.
I left the bottom grille alone though, you would be best to leave that uncovered for airflow to the rad.

I did the same before I added a custom window to the top of my tj07 side panel.. I am looking to replace the entire side panel with a piece of glass though. Ill test out cooling performance when I cover it up with card board tonight.
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I did the same before I added a custom window to the top of my tj07 side panel.. I am looking to replace the entire side panel with a piece of glass though. Ill test out cooling performance when I cover it up with card board tonight.

Well, you're going to have to get it custom cut anyway right? Why not get the hole for the grill cut out as well?
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Well, you're going to have to get it custom cut anyway right? Why not get the hole for the grill cut out as well?

Yeah this is definitely a option also.. I guess I am worried how it will "look" if I do it that way.
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Hello all -

I finally joined the infamous watercooling club. I have succumb to the wet side...if you will HA.

The PC I built is a core i7 6700K with MSI GTX 1080 Seahawk EK gpu. Gigabyte Z170x Designaire RGB MOBO (just came out in June) Corsair vengence 16gb, Samsung Evo 850 250gb SSD and EVGA G2750w PSU. Magicool CPU Block, Magicool 240mm top and 120mm back rad, Magicool pump and alphacool res all in a phanteks Enthoo Pro M Acrylic





Let me know what you all think!
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^ Congrats smile.gif

Can anyone help me find a build log?




Its a cooltek w2
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My new built !!!
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