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Starting to fill up the Pedestal! As big as the S8 is, these thick radiators quickly make it look 'small' biggrin.gif




Anyone else using gaskets? I cut some extra slips to fill in the gaps from the rad mounts:

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Today I finally found the time to assemble my case. No damaged parts found regardless the hole in the box.
I'm really impressed by the finish quality thumb.gifthumb.gif



CaseLabs added a small and a very efficient detail to the mobo tray. It's a rubber grommet placed directly below the PCIe slot, so the warpage of the mainboard is minimized / almost eliminated. thumb.gif



I think I'm ready to join the club. The build with this case will take a while. ( Still have to finish my 1st water cooling build with LianLi PC-TU200 smile.gif )





And that's the comparisson to the PC-TU200

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Originally Posted by Archea47 View Post

Starting to fill up the Pedestal! As big as the S8 is, these thick radiators quickly make it look 'small' biggrin.gif
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Anyone else using gaskets? I cut some extra slips to fill in the gaps from the rad mounts: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Couldn't hurt. I use gaskets between my Alphacool 480mm & the pedestal mounts because otherwise I have a small gap because of the extra ports on the UT60's.
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Originally Posted by Origondoo View Post

Today I finally found the time to assemble my case. No damaged parts found regardless the hole in the box.
I'm really impressed by the finish quality thumb.gifthumb.gif



CaseLabs added a small and a very efficient detail to the mobo tray. It's a rubber grommet placed directly below the PCIe slot, so the warpage of the mainboard is minimized / almost eliminated. thumb.gif



I think I'm ready to join the club. The build with this case will take a while. ( Still have to finish my 1st water cooling build with LianLi PC-TU200 smile.gif )





And that's the comparisson to the PC-TU200

Looks awesome man!! I was thinking about getting the lian li case on the left, how do you like it?
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Ok So my photos are not great but you hopefully get the idea of it.
I lost track of how many hours and rebuild hours went into the mods and extras in this sucker but lets say it took months tongue.gif
By FAR the best case I have ever worked with & I've done 5-6 builds now. Im still using this one because I'm broke after rebuilding the water cooling system.



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Ok So my photos are not great but you hopefully get the idea of it.
I lost track of how many hours and rebuild hours went into the mods and extras in this sucker but lets say it took months tongue.gif
By FAR the best case I have ever worked with & I've done 5-6 builds now. Im still using this one because I'm broke after rebuilding the water cooling system.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



It'll look much better with xxl window drool.gif
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I decided to stay away from super window so you cannot see hard drives, wiring etc. I love clean cut no mess smile.gif
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I decided to stay away from super window so you cannot see hard drives, wiring etc. I love clean cut no mess smile.gif

Smh10?
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Samsung 950 Pro 512GB M.2 Seagate 4TB SSHD XSPC Raystorm Pro EK XTX 360mm Radiator 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Corsair ML Blue LED 120mm Fans x7 Windows 10 Pro Acer Predator XB271HU  Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry MX Silent 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corsair HX1200i CaseLabs Mercury S8 Corsair M65 Pro Corsair MM880 RGB Polaris 
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ATH-M50x Klipsch Promedia 2.1 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 6600K Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 6  EVGA GTX 980 Ti ACX SC+ Corsair Vengeance LED White 16GB (2x8GB) 3200MH... 
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First FSM-270YG 2560x1440p IPS Panel Logitech Orion 610 Cherry Mx Red Corsair AX860 Cooler Master Masterbox 5 
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Looks awesome man!! I was thinking about getting the lian li case on the left, how do you like it?
I really like the case. The design reminds me of the woofer biggrin.gif. But it needs a bit of modding in order to fit in a good water cooling loop inside.
In case you are interested what I'm doing with it then feel free to check out the build log I'm doing with this case
http://www.overclock.net/t/1568903/re-build-log-lian-li-pc-tu-200-custom-water-cooled
For the estheticts I also removed all the rivets and replaced them by fillister head screws (ISO 7380).

Sorry for OT friends smile.gif
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