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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Having ordered a two tone S5 the other day when the window opened, I wanted to revisit the idea of putting a rad, either 240 or 360 in the drives compartment to allow for windows in the top and front.

I searched for build logs with rads in the drive area, but came up with zip . .

Anyway, thanks to the pics in the tech gallery on Caselabs, some really good dimensions for the S5 are easy to work from.

It really seemed that there might well be a rad with truly minimal width additional to the 120 mm core, and with a minimalist bracket, that having a rad in the drive compartment should be doable . . .


So I looked at rad specs, and the Alphacools are really narrow, the UT60 spec'd at 126mm, and the XSPC rad brackets spec at 130mm, which should then have 5mm clearance.

I measured the XT45 360 I had handy, and it was 124mm so I thought it was worth checking out and ordered some of the XSPC brackets.

Turns out that this should actually work, . . .just surprised that I haven't seen it done . . .

Your thoughts please . . am I missing something . .

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I wanted to do exactly this to my S5-D when I got it. Even ordered the S8 side mount to see if it would fit or could be modded... However there is one more measurement you need that they didn't show though - the opening size (taking the lips on both the midchassis and baseplateinto account) is 124mm. There was one build in a S3 early on in this thread with a 240mm rad in place, no build log though. They did it by cutting through and hard-mounting the rad to the inside of the midchassis. That approach might be your better direction, I think you could just barely fit a UT60 + push fans that way.

I did find that that area fit a SFX psu very nicely, however. The rear venting cuts out to match the psu almost exactly wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Gabrielzm View Post

Found one in a s3 but I recall another one in a S5 with pics of the two fan holes and rad drills on the mid bottom chamber plate.

http://www.overclock.net/t/940461/official-case-labs-owners-club/5410#post_21950639



Thanks for the link . . I knew some of you younger folks would have a better memory than I do these days . .

I thought about the UT 60 and mounting it to the mid chassis panel with push fans on the outside . . .

There's enough space between the upper and lower panel lips to clear the 120mm fans, but probably not the 126mm width of an Alphacool rad, so you'd kinda have to have that assembled when you assemble the case.

Using the XT45, everything would fit inside the panel lips and still have almost 10mm to the mid chassis, the PSU side of which could possibly have a pull fan for better flow thru the rad.

It also looks like it could be installed by removing the 2 screws and tweaking up a tad on the mid chassis to get the rad in under the lip, and then re-installing them once the rad was in the chamber.

I'm really kind of impatient to try this out, now that it seems so doable . .

Just wish I didn't have to wait so long for the S5, but like all the other CLs . . . It'll be well worth it, I'm sure.



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post #19612 of 22568
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Thanks for the link . . I knew some of you younger folks would have a better memory than I do these days . .

I thought about the UT 60 and mounting it to the mid chassis panel with push fans on the outside . . .

There's enough space between the upper and lower panel lips to clear the 120mm fans, but probably not the 126mm width of an Alphacool rad, so you'd kinda have to have that assembled when you assemble the case.

Using the XT45, everything would fit inside the panel lips and still have almost 10mm to the mid chassis, the PSU side of which could possibly have a pull fan for better flow thru the rad.

It also looks like it could be installed by removing the 2 screws and tweaking up a tad on the mid chassis to get the rad in under the lip, and then re-installing them once the rad was in the chamber.

I'm really kind of impatient to try this out, now that it seems so doable . .

Just wish I didn't have to wait so long for the S5, but like all the other CLs . . . It'll be well worth it, I'm sure.



Darlene


Played with that a little back then - found out IIRC that you would need to undo all screws for the midchassis & try to rotate it; I didn't force things too far worrying about scratches, plus it won't lift far before you contact the PCI Cage & cover plates. I'm thinking you could fill the remaining space if you go 45mm with a couple of gaskets to bring the rad back out. Or maybe space the fans out from the rad with an thick acrylic spacer that could be edge-lit with a RGB strip?



edit: Putting fans on the other side of the midchassis would likely not work due to interference or blockage with the PSU. Just had another idea - cutting away most of the side of the midchassis and making an offset rad mount to bolt from the inside. That way you could take back the extra space for a second set of fans; plus you might be able to remove/install semi-easily depending on what else you place in front of the psu...
Edited by Xclsyr - 7/24/16 at 2:53pm
post #19613 of 22568
Anyone able to help me out? I'm looking for some suggestions what to do with my PC/watercooling setup.

Case: S8S
Rads: Hardware Labs 240 SR2 MP | 120 SR2 MP | x2 GTS360
Res & Pump: Swiftech D5 with 150 Alphacool Res
GPU: MSI GTX 980 Ti (with EK water Block)
CPU: i7 5960x
Harddrives: 2x Samsung 850 Pro 1TB | x4 Western Digital Green 6TB


The problem I'm currently facing is three things
1. The 980 Ti waterblock keeps hitting Fans or Rads when placed under neath (I already have the extended top where The rads are currently be housed.
2. The temps seem a bit high on the CPU (When I'm only running at Stock settings). Their sitting around 40C. Where my other PC temp is much lower When I did a comparison.
3. I think I need to move the res & Pump else where, Any Ideas? It's a very tight squeeze between rad/res and my Motherboard. Which did case me break my first motherboard.

I believe GTS Rads need to removed due to the low flow rate GTS has. I would like to get two 360 60mm thick rads to replace GTS. The GPU is in the way.

I know pedestal would be a solution, However where My PC is located at I only have 19" of clearance. I would need to fit both case & Pedestal in that space. Which I don't think is possible.

Or Should I just order a different case? If going with this option any Suggestions?

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post #19614 of 22568
hit me up please if you have any caselabs black 120mm hole cover plates you want to get rid of
Thx
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Having ordered a two tone S5 the other day when the window opened, I wanted to revisit the idea of putting a rad, either 240 or 360 in the drives compartment to allow for windows in the top and front.

I searched for build logs with rads in the drive area, but came up with zip . .

Anyway, thanks to the pics in the tech gallery on Caselabs, some really good dimensions for the S5 are easy to work from.

It really seemed that there might well be a rad with truly minimal width additional to the 120 mm core, and with a minimalist bracket, that having a rad in the drive compartment should be doable . . .


So I looked at rad specs, and the Alphacools are really narrow, the UT60 spec'd at 126mm, and the XSPC rad brackets spec at 130mm, which should then have 5mm clearance.

I measured the XT45 360 I had handy, and it was 124mm so I thought it was worth checking out and ordered some of the XSPC brackets.

Turns out that this should actually work, . . .just surprised that I haven't seen it done . . .

Your thoughts please . . am I missing something . .









A little late, but you can definitely fit almost any 360 down there since I had a ~133mm wide 360GTX there at one point, only push however.

Before I picked up a pedestal, I had a Nemesis 360GTX stashed in there with a simple custom bracket I made. However it is a VERY tight fit with the GTX so I ended up replacing it with a Nemesis L 360. The L radiator fit so well that I was able to slide it in and out just fine without scratching the radiator or the case. For the GTX I would have to remove the midplate each time I wanted to do anything with the radiator.

Here is the post I made some time ago, this is with the GTX. biggrin.gif
Edited by hiarc - 7/25/16 at 12:17pm
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So got my first Caselabs case today, a good ole' S8S. I know everyone has talked on quality but my God it's got to be seen in person. It truly is such an amazing quality. It'Ll be a few weeks before I start my build, heading to Baton Rouge this weekend for a Tae Kwon do tournament and then one more week on my MBA and then the fun begins lol

That's where I live. Was David Vincent at this tournament?
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post #19617 of 22568
He probably wasn't. Look's like David is more on the traditionalist Tae Kwon Do practitioner. Tiger Rock is an offshoot of traditionalist, as far as I understand, and I'm probably wrong on this, there are 3 offshoots, traditional, Olympic and tiger rock. Honestly I think Tiger Rock just wanted to have a brand name attached to the style and make it more commercialized. As far as the belt structure they seem to be the same and as a black belt you learn all the forms for traditionalist, at least in our school as well as the ho am progressive form.

I'm still partial to Isshin Ryu myself, it's easier than these crazy kicking styles on one's joints lol
post #19618 of 22568

Redid the tubes and added a temperature sensor into the loop. Yep temperature change from different loop order is quite negligible. But the loops looks less whacky

 

The New:

480 - cpu - 240 - res/pump - gpu 

 

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The Old:

480 - 240 - res/pump - gpu - cpu 

 

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Edited by Castaile - 7/28/16 at 1:19am
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Hi all. I recently picked up a GTX 1080 FTW (non reference PCB) and I'm worried it won't fit with a full loop in my S3. Has anyone ever used a wider GPU in the S3? I have yet to find a build log that used one. Here's my last loop with a Titan X. The FTW is a good bit taller..

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post #19620 of 22568
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Hi all. I recently picked up a GTX 1080 FTW (non reference PCB) and I'm worried it won't fit with a full loop in my S3. Has anyone ever used a wider GPU in the S3? I have yet to find a build log that used one. Here's my last loop with a Titan X. The FTW is a good bit taller..
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I have an idea : Extended top cover, that would probably help, also are you sure it fits in length ?
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