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Gunmetal... Ordered on May 11.

Damn, they're seriously backed up atm. It don't hurt to message them but don't be surprised if they are still wip on your order.
post #13702 of 22415
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Originally Posted by SteezyTN View Post

I started a build log for my first Case labs SMA8. Check it out paaaalease biggrin.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1562006/build-log-case-labs-sma8-aquity-gunmetal-black-titan-x-sli

After all the work on hardlining the 750D and it looking so beautiful I might add you decided to change cases after all huh? This probaly concerns the power supply fitment doesn't it? Or are you just following my lead? J/K I'm sure your going to love your new case!!! thumb.gif I'd actually poet up pictures how my TH10A is coming but my office looks like a war zone after multiple tornadoes hit it so I'm pretty sure if I posted it I'd be fairly embarrassed tongue.gif
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The how fast does CL turn around on emails? I emailed earlier this morning and just wondering. I was going to order my rad mounts from PPCS because of the discounts, but they sold out of the 140.4 rad mounts for th SMA8. They only had the 120.4. I was going to see if I could order the mount, and use free pickup so I don't have to pay shipping. Then combine ship it with my case, since shipping was same as the case anyways.

If you ordered the case through them they will have you order the mounts and then just in the notes section of that order put "please add to order #XXXXXXX"
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Okay, lets say you have two pump combo reserviors mounted close to each other, like most people do in SMA8.
(uh oh very quickly made drawing biggrin.gif)


How would you run those pumps? Everybody says series, but I think it might be problematic to do so (although I already have an idea on how to connect them in the bottom chamber).
Would running them in parralel be bad?
I would have 3 radiators and 2 blocks.

Or would it be better to skip 2 pumps and just run one D5 in the bottom chamber?

Also, is that way to supply both reservoirs with coolant OK? (That T-fitting on top). I have a feeling that I would need to fill both res to the top and that might not be the best idea. Thoughts?

Maybe its better to do two separate loops in that case?
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Originally Posted by Anateus View Post

Okay, lets say you have two pump combo reserviors mounted close to each other, like most people do in SMA8.
(uh oh very quickly made drawing biggrin.gif)


How would you run those pumps? Everybody says series, but I think it might be problematic to do so (although I already have an idea on how to connect them in the bottom chamber).
Would running them in parralel be bad?
I would have 3 radiators and 2 blocks.

Or would it be better to skip 2 pumps and just run one D5 in the bottom chamber?

Also, is that way to supply both reservoirs with coolant OK? (That T-fitting on top). I have a feeling that I would need to fill both res to the top and that might not be the best idea. Thoughts?

Maybe its better to do two separate loops in that case?

Most people who's look like that is 2 separate loops. Also the way you have it confuses me as it's meant for coolant goes down one one pipe (lets say right) go into the pump, go to components and come back up and end in the reservoir. Same with loop 2. Nothing would come in at the top.


If you wanted a single loop and it coming in the top and all be one loop I guess you'd have to just have one pipe coming down from the RES into the pump in series? Then going like a T splitter at the top. Guess you could also combine the RES bottoms with a T into a pump (maybe you could get away with one). I mean you could make it work but it's not the "normal way" of doing it.


Edited by guitarhero23 - 6/26/15 at 6:40am
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Oh wait. I messed that up. Think I wanted to install bleedports there instead, dunno why I put tubest there.
post #13707 of 22415
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6x monsta 480s
2x monsta 560s
Yowsa!
post #13708 of 22415
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Originally Posted by guitarhero23 View Post

If you ordered the case through them they will have you order the mounts and then just in the notes section of that order put "please add to order #XXXXXXX"
KC just emailed me and said exactly what you said smile.gif thanks
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Originally Posted by 1Quickchic View Post

After all the work on hardlining the 750D and it looking so beautiful I might add you decided to change cases after all huh? This probaly concerns the power supply fitment doesn't it? Or are you just following my lead? J/K I'm sure your going to love your new case!!! thumb.gif I'd actually poet up pictures how my TH10A is coming but my office looks like a war zone after multiple tornadoes hit it so I'm pretty sure if I posted it I'd be fairly embarrassed tongue.gif
Lol. Well I won't start building in it for at least 3 more months till I get it. I actually just wanted to get my order in before the gunmetal option ends. I probably won't upgrade my psu for few months due to all the money I just spent (I just spent an additional $300 for my two radiators and blitz pro kit).
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Originally Posted by Anateus View Post

Okay, lets say you have two pump combo reserviors mounted close to each other, like most people do in SMA8.
(uh oh very quickly made drawing biggrin.gif)


How would you run those pumps? Everybody says series, but I think it might be problematic to do so (although I already have an idea on how to connect them in the bottom chamber).
Would running them in parralel be bad?
I would have 3 radiators and 2 blocks.

Or would it be better to skip 2 pumps and just run one D5 in the bottom chamber?

Also, is that way to supply both reservoirs with coolant OK? (That T-fitting on top). I have a feeling that I would need to fill both res to the top and that might not be the best idea. Thoughts?

Maybe its better to do two separate loops in that case?
For mine, I'll be using two XSPC Photon 170 D5 combos with Bitspower D5 mod kits. I will have all the "in" and "outs" through pas thrus to the bottom compartment, then use 90's to the next block (if that makes sense). The "out" from one pump will lead to the "in" pump.
    
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Does anyone know if I can use the long 5.25 drive flexbays at the top of the front flexbays with a thick 480 mounted in the top? Does that make sense? There will be two flexbays available at the top where I mount my front radiator, but I want to know if the long version of the 5.25 drive bay will hit my top radiator. I plan to use my Sentry Mix 2 fan controller and NZXT Hue
    
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OtherOtherOtherOther
Corsair Link Commander Mini 28x Primochill Revolver Fittings XSPC RX480 V3 Black Ice Nemesis 560GTS 
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XSPC RX240 V3 XSPC RX360 V3 2x EK-FC Titan X Waterblock Nickel - Acetal 2x EK-FC Titan X Backplate - Red 
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OtherOtherOtherOther
Corsair Link Commander Mini 28x Primochill Revolver Fittings XSPC RX480 V3 Black Ice Nemesis 560GTS 
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post #13710 of 22415
Looks like you'll need the short version. I shortened my Mix2 for this reason. It holds strong w/ just the front screws. I also shortened two flexbays (or just order the short version.




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