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post #16581 of 22194
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Originally Posted by ali13245 View Post

WOOOOHOOOO!!! wheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gif

many many grats!
post #16582 of 22194
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Originally Posted by NKrader View Post

many many grats!

Thanks! biggrin.gif According to UPS, the case will arrive on Monday, however due to me being so busy with school, It looks like I'm going to have to wait until next weekend to start building... ughhh doh.gif
post #16583 of 22194
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

Also, I really, REALLY want a th10. There's a guy on ebay but we talked and i dunno, so I want on the CL site.
The base price is $600, and I dont have 600 bucks laying around so I went to the next cheapest option-

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
7mTgnYa.png

Now, I would be able to buy doors n stuff as I go, but would the frame be any "different" from a regular frame? It says its riveted, is that normal? I'm assuming it would be like a case, just without the panels and such like so?

FGFuxDY.png

There's two things I need to caution you on before you go this way:

1) Depending on you selecting here, you will not get a TH10A case - these are for the older TH10 version. So yes, this is a rivetted subassemby; if you need to disassemble it further it willl require drilling and rivetting back together!

2) These are replacement/repair parts for the TH10 etc. That means it is a bare framework only. This means no screws, clips, switches or plates, HDD cages, filler panels, case feet, nothing. In the picture you show of the S8 it shows a bare frame, but even that is comprised of 7 different parts needed to get that far. At the very least you will also need to order all the parts to make a MB tray assembly. If you do go this way make sure you understand how many individual parts you'll need to eventually complete a TH10 (including fasteners).

Personally if you decide to go this way, I'd skip the rivetted chassis and buy the parts to screw together a TH10A.
post #16584 of 22194
Hi all,

I'm still in the planning status for my S3 build and have some time until the Gemini will launch.

At the moment I have 'troubles' to populate the HDD chamber. I do no plan to mount any HDD, but for the aesthetics I wanted something special in there. Unfortunatelly no reservoir will fit in. So the only Idea I came up with is to mount 2 x ddc pumps with clear acrylic top vertically.

Does some one have any suggestions?
post #16585 of 22194
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

Guys, does anyone know what the "Gemini" lineup is gonna be like?


Also, I really, REALLY want a th10. There's a guy on ebay but we talked and i dunno, so I want on the CL site.
The base price is $600, and I dont have 600 bucks laying around so I went to the next cheapest option-

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
7mTgnYa.png
Now, I would be able to buy doors n stuff as I go, but would the frame be any "different" from a regular frame? It says its riveted, is that normal? I'm assuming it would be like a case, just without the panels and such like so?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
FGFuxDY.png


Keep in mind that riveted means it can't be knocked down and flat packed, so it will ship in all its full size assembled glory, costing a fortune, and probably getting bent, folded, spindled, and mutilated in transit.


Be mindful also, that the TH10A was a big improvement over the original TH10, in that it became vertically symmetrical . . . . .

The mobo tray in the A models has as much room above it for rads as below it for rads . . .

The earlier model had the mobo tray positioned lower, and had a massive amount of space above it, but not really enough below.

Repositioning the mobo tray also allowed the window to be vertically centered which looks nicer and allows the same side panel to work on both normal ATX and reverse ATX configs.


Darlene
Edited by IT Diva - 10/21/15 at 2:33am
post #16586 of 22194
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Originally Posted by Xclsyr View Post

There's two things I need to caution you on before you go this way:

1) Depending on you selecting here, you will not get a TH10A case - these are for the older TH10 version. So yes, this is a rivetted subassemby; if you need to disassemble it further it willl require drilling and rivetting back together!

2) These are replacement/repair parts for the TH10 etc. That means it is a bare framework only. This means no screws, clips, switches or plates, HDD cages, filler panels, case feet, nothing. In the picture you show of the S8 it shows a bare frame, but even that is comprised of 7 different parts needed to get that far. At the very least you will also need to order all the parts to make a MB tray assembly. If you do go this way make sure you understand how many individual parts you'll need to eventually complete a TH10 (including fasteners).

Personally if you decide to go this way, I'd skip the rivetted chassis and buy the parts to screw together a TH10A.
Yes I see what you mean, I will check out buying the parts seperatley, I didn't know that o needed even more parts to get it to where it would be in the picture above.
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Keep in mind that riveted means it can't be knocked down and flat packed, so it will ship in all its full size assembled glory, costing a fortune, and probably getting bent, folded, spindled, and mutilated in transit.


Be mindful also, that the TH10A was a big improvement over the original TH10, in that it became vertically symmetrical . . . . .

The mobo tray in the A models has as much room above it for rads as below it for rads . . .

The earlier model had the mobo tray positioned lower, and had a massive amount of space above it, but not really enough below.

Repositioning the mobo tray also allowed the window to be vertically centered which looks nicer and allows the same side panel to work on both normal ATX and reverse ATX configs.


Darlene
Shoot, I didn't think of that. Yeah I dunno what I like about the TH10/A, maybe because it's just such a massive case? tongue.gif

Many thanks to the both of you!!
post #16587 of 22194
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Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

I really have wanted glass windows but with my luck I would break it and kill my arm with the flying shards

No tempered glass????? Moar pics of your TX10 please biggrin.gif!!!!


Just tore mine down to tap all the rads and install some better screws. took me four days with life and other things needing more time from me frown.gif.














post #16588 of 22194
rip wermads rads :/

no pics, must torment you !~
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post #16589 of 22194
Why, they're up and running right now? You using the dust cans in an improper manner sir tongue.gif ????

I know how to tap em real good btw...lots of practice tongue.gif. Used a piece of aluminum to help block the tap but the Alphacool rads have block plates in them already. No casualties and still slowly bleedlng the last of the air smile.gif. Where's your TX sir?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? I feel lonely sad-smiley-002.gif
Edited by wermad - 10/21/15 at 7:13pm
post #16590 of 22194
I love our owners club. Always so many ideas and help floating through here! smile.gif

Anyone get a chance to score some of the new Monsoon hardware?
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