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Okay, it seems I only have to worry about how thick a radiator I can get in front, plus how to mount 1 on the PSU side.
But that is just accessories, so I can order the main case and then figure out what I need to get last 2 480mm rads in.


Edit:

I just noticed this: The fan holes on the front of the PSU side are not spaced for a radiator. They are spaced farther apart to accommodate the HDD cages.
So guess I can forget about converting the HDD cage holes.

But a "HD Vertical Accessory Mount" fitted all the way forward with 4x 120mm Fan Mount should fix that problem. The only question is, do I have enough room?

"The distance from the closest mounting location to the front chassis (Flex-bays) is 115mm".
The EK XE rad eats upto 40mm of that, depending on how its mounted. So I got 75mm of space in front.
So will it work on the PSU side?

Also, I would probally need to find a thin rad with ports on top or I wount have enough space for fittings. Unless there are 90 degree angles that uses less then 20mm (75-25-30), for 1/2in hard tubing.
Edited by Chiobe - 7/1/15 at 1:08pm
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Th10 is slightly different then the TH10A. I'm sure there's a pic with monsta rads fitted on both top and bottom for both chambers. Monsta 480 is ~ 521mm long, 124mm wide, & 86mm thick.

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Originally Posted by Case Labs View Post

The TH10A is now available in our store cheers.gif

Quick summary of changes:

  • Screwed together construction. Allow more options for two-tone paint options, individual panel replacement, MB tray conversion (XL-ATX <->HPTX), and case reversing kits will be available.
  • MB is centered vertically for more aesthetic appeal and better radiator support in the lower case. Doors are now interchangeable.
  • Cleaner look: MB tray gap reduced, Switches are now covered, Accessory mounting plate added
  • Flat-pack shipping option significantly reduces international shipping charges.


Case dimensions are the same as the TH10 so the pedestal and top covers are common to both.














































Edited by wermad - 7/1/15 at 1:15pm
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You guys talking about your über watercooling setups with your 840mm rads and copper piping, and I'm sitting here with my Coolermaster 212...
post #13864 of 22275
I do has a 212 biggrin.gif. It's for the second system (simple desktop ). My rig runs off the eight rads in the case.
Edited by wermad - 7/1/15 at 1:21pm
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

Okay, it seems I only have to worry about how thick a radiator I can get in front, plus how to mount 1 on the PSU side.
But that is just accessories, so I can order the main case and then figure out what I need to get last 2 480mm rads in.


Edit:

I just noticed this: The fan holes on the front of the PSU side are not spaced for a radiator. They are spaced farther apart to accommodate the HDD cages.
So guess I can forget about converting the HDD cage holes.

But a "HD Vertical Accessory Mount" fitted all the way forward with 4x 120mm Fan Mount should fix that problem. The only question is, do I have enough room?

"The distance from the closest mounting location to the front chassis (Flex-bays) is 115mm".
The EK XE rad eats upto 40mm of that, depending on how its mounted. So I got 75mm of space in front.
So will it work on the PSU side?

Also, I would probally need to find a thin rad with ports on top or I wount have enough space for fittings. Unless there are 90 degree angles that uses less then 20mm (75-25-30), for 1/2in hard tubing.



If you really need to cram 6 X 480's in a TH10A, you'll need to use side mount bracket accessories for 2 of them. . . . And even then, you run into logistical issues, as you loose a PSU location to add a sidemount rad.

As you realized, the fan mounts on the service side, (PSU side) are not spaced for rads, they actually are on the same centers as 140 fan sized rads use, but that still doesn't help get a rad there.

What begs the question is why do you need 6 X 480's . . . . You can't get coolant temps below ambient anyway, and a 5960 and 4 TitanX's would still maintain a <5C delta t over clocked and over volted with much less raddage.

If you have so much hardware that you need 2 PSUs, you can still fit 4 X 480's which will work fine for any scenario, and if you can suffice with a single PSU, then you can have 5 X 480's.


Or . . . You can get a ped for 2 X 480's and have 2 PSUs in the normal locations.

Darlene
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

If you really need to cram 6 X 480's in a TH10A, you'll need to use side mount bracket accessories for 2 of them. . . . And even then, you run into logistical issues, as you loose a PSU location to add a sidemount rad.

As you realized, the fan mounts on the service side, (PSU side) are not spaced for rads, they actually are on the same centers as 140 fan sized rads use, but that still doesn't help get a rad there.

What begs the question is why do you need 6 X 480's . . . . You can't get coolant temps below ambient anyway, and a 5960 and 4 TitanX's would still maintain a <5C delta t over clocked and over volted with much less raddage.

If you have so much hardware that you need 2 PSUs, you can still fit 4 X 480's which will work fine for any scenario, and if you can suffice with a single PSU, then you can have 5 X 480's.


Or . . . You can get a ped for 2 X 480's and have 2 PSUs in the normal locations.

Darlene

Use this times 4 and I can mount a 480mm in front on the PSU side, while using a flexbay mount on the other side.
Then use another mount to put in 2 hard drive cages.

It should work, its just a mather of space. But I think I order for 4x 480mm first, then physicaly check if I can mount another 2.

And yeah, I probally dont need that many radiators, but more surface equals more quiet build.
post #13867 of 22275
Just an fyi: Szeged is running triple TX w/ a 5960x, on three nemesis gtx 360 rads. He's under 40°c when i asked him on load temps in his S8 case.
Edited by wermad - 7/1/15 at 2:10pm
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Use this times 4 and I can mount a 480mm in front on the PSU side, while using a flexbay mount on the other side.
Then use another mount to put in 2 hard drive cages.

It should work, its just a mather of space. But I think I order for 4x 480mm first, then physicaly check if I can mount another 2.

And yeah, I probally dont need that many radiators, but more surface equals more quiet build.

More surface for Rads just equals more fans. rolleyes.gif

TCO

CHeck out this CAD Design for a TH10
Edited by TheCautiousOne - 7/1/15 at 2:19pm
     
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More surface for Rads just equals more fans. rolleyes.gif
True, but you can also go with more quiet fans, as you still get enough cooling.
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More surface for Rads just equals more fans. rolleyes.gif

TCO

CHeck out this CAD Design for a TH10
Is this happening? drool.gif
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