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Originally Posted by TheCautiousOne View Post

That would be Great. I am still looking for different ways to route tubing in an orderly Fashion that tickles the Brain with the utmost certainty. @Gabrielzm Is working on his S5 Or is it S8 ( lachen.gif ) ( Get it, the name of the Build log, ah well ) and Is probably the finest I have seen someone route tubing from the CPU to GPU ever in my small time of browsing computer builds.

Anyway. I need some Ideas. I have a XSPC RX 240mm Rad ( 56mm thick) and Would like to see how I am going to mount the Reservoir to it (Space wise to Motherboard)

The Cautious One Painted XSPC 240mm (Click to show)
I have one of those I also painted white two years ago...well mine is an earlier version I think.
I pulled out one of my 4x480mm radiators and replaced it with the RX240 so I could move my MCP35X2 pumps to the top pedestal.
I blanked off the remaining opening with a piece of acrylic w/backing still attached so I can still pull more air through the pedestal ends, which have pvc filter material.
And yes, maybe the only SM8 with a platform?
post #13912 of 22513
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Originally Posted by catbuster View Post

So when will caselabs realease sub 20L mITX case? rolleyes.gif

Not sure if that will ever happen. When you go that small there is practically zero room to watercool. Can it be done? Yes, but it limits the hardware choices for end users considerably. People like options.
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Not sure if that will ever happen. When you go that small there is practically zero room to watercool. Can it be done? Yes, but it limits the hardware choices for end users considerably. People like options.

In 20L case u can easily fit 2x 240 rads if dats not enough for 1 cpu and gpu and i dont know... or 1 x 240 and 1 x 120 rad and eve atx psu config...

Caselabs quality is amazing, but calling those mamoths itx cases....its a niche market i know, but 1 can only hope wink.gif
    
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In 20L case u can easily fit 2x 240 rads if dats not enough for 1 cpu and gpu and i dont know... or 1 x 240 and 1 x 120 rad and eve atx psu config...

Caselabs quality is amazing, but calling those mamoths itx cases....its a niche market i know, but 1 can only hope wink.gif
They are itx cases that can handle water cooling. Hence the size.
post #13915 of 22513
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Originally Posted by catbuster View Post

In 20L case u can easily fit 2x 240 rads if dats not enough for 1 cpu and gpu and i dont know... or 1 x 240 and 1 x 120 rad and eve atx psu config...

Caselabs quality is amazing, but calling those mamoths itx cases....its a niche market i know, but 1 can only hope wink.gif

I feel like hoping got us the x2m lol, I was waiting and wishing for almost that exact case.

Keep talking and crossing your fingers you never do really know,
all though in my opinion I feel like people who buy caselabs cases are a small portion of the enthusiast and sff builders are even smaller portion so that would be a pretty niche product like you said smile.gif
     
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That would be Great. I am still looking for different ways to route tubing in an orderly Fashion that tickles the Brain with the utmost certainty. @Gabrielzm Is working on his S5 Or is it S8 ( lachen.gif ) ( Get it, the name of the Build log, ah well ) and Is probably the finest I have seen someone route tubing from the CPU to GPU ever in my small time of browsing computer builds.

Anyway. I need some Ideas. I have a XSPC RX 240mm Rad ( 56mm thick) and Would like to see how I am going to mount the Reservoir to it (Space wise to Motherboard)

The Cautious One Painted XSPC 240mm (Click to show)

Thks mate. Glad you like it. Should have all the tubes ready by the weekend.
post #13917 of 22513
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Originally Posted by NKrader View Post

all though in my opinion I feel like people who buy caselabs cases are a small portion of the enthusiast
More like only a hand full of people want to spend the money on a quality case.
Its the reason why complete PC builds for the same amount of money, is so popular.
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Thks mate. Glad you like it. Should have all the tubes ready by the weekend.

YES!!! Lets go!!

TCO
     
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Is it possible to mount a ped on TOP of a case?
post #13920 of 22513
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

Is it possible to mount a ped on TOP of a case?
Yeah, you can even stack pedestals if you want to.
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