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Yes, but how is that relevant to me? The Mercury series bears no resemblance to the Merlin series.The Mercury S5 is nice, but the S8 is just too fat for my taste.


Ah , yeah something made me think you were wanting a horizontal mobo layout.



Thanks - T
post #4412 of 22194
Is anyone here using the Phobya gaskets? I am tying to find out how much do they compress.
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360 in the front and the roof of an SM5 in push/pull would leave no room for a fan controller, correct?

edit: to clarify, two 60mm thick 360s

edit2: oooooh I could get the 31mm top cover perhaps and it would fit...

edit3: but then in that case I should just get an SM8...
Edited by Anoxy - 1/24/14 at 8:19pm
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post #4414 of 22194
I have Phobya gaskets for my red eloop push and pull I bought 7mm one.

I bought this one:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=29693

I think I need to buy 40mm screw in order to work. I don't think 35mm screw works if u compress it , it may work.

fan 25mm + at least 2 mm ( radiator mount) + 7mm ( gasket) + radiator (3 or 4mm) = 38 mm ( altogether)

if u buy 5mm gasket:

fan 25mm + 5mm ( gasket) + radiator (3 or 4mm) = 33 or 34 mm ( altogether) (P/P)

fan 25mm + at least 2 mm ( radiator mount) + 5mm ( gasket) + radiator (3 or 4mm) = at least 40 mm ( altogether)

what is the dimension of SM8 top radiator mount (120x4)? I meant the thickness.

I am try to put the eloop fans on P/P without the shroud. will it works or not?
Edited by rickyman0319 - 1/25/14 at 11:21am
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Still working on it but, can I join?


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post #4416 of 22194
after some painstaking hours i finally finished.
i know im not doing this case any justice but i kinda needa save up for the next part of my build which is the custom loops. hopefully my old h100i will do for the time being

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Still working on it but, can I join?
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Looks good.
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after some painstaking hours i finally finished.
i know im not doing this case any justice but i kinda needa save up for the next part of my build which is the custom loops. hopefully my old h100i will do for the time being
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Look good now Lust, Nice and clean glad to see you got the Case Labs case like we discussed. Don't worry about the other it all will come with time...

Only thing I might would do is as you start your water cooling order a flex bay rad mount from CL. so that you can put a 480 up top and a 240 in the front...
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after some painstaking hours i finally finished.
i know im not doing this case any justice but i kinda needa save up for the next part of my build which is the custom loops. hopefully my old h100i will do for the time being
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That's the great thing about a case like this...it will stand the test of time. Such build quality and craftsmanship won't wear out so quickly, so plenty of time to grow into it.
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post #4419 of 22194
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after some painstaking hours i finally finished.
i know im not doing this case any justice but i kinda needa save up for the next part of my build which is the custom loops. hopefully my old h100i will do for the time being
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Wow, of all the non water cooled CaseLabs builds I've seen, I gotta say this is probably the cleanest. Great job so far, can't wait to see what you do once you start piecing your water cooling parts together.
Small bit of advice, if you are certain you're going to be using the same components by the time you are ready for a custom water cooling loop, I would go ahead and try to get a block for your card ASAP while they're readily available. Sure would be a pain if 6-12 months you're ready to get your loop together, but a block for that 680 is all out of stock. redface.gif
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Wow, of all the non water cooled CaseLabs builds I've seen, I gotta say this is probably the cleanest. Great job so far, can't wait to see what you do once you start piecing your water cooling parts together.
Small bit of advice, if you are certain you're going to be using the same components by the time you are ready for a custom water cooling loop, I would go ahead and try to get a block for your card ASAP while they're readily available. Sure would be a pain if 6-12 months you're ready to get your loop together, but a block for that 680 is all out of stock. redface.gif

was thinking the exact same thing haha. also was thinking thought if its worth it to keep this 680 seeing as though the 780ti is out. not sure if id benefit going for 2 of these dcu2 680s or a 780ti

and thanks man haha i tried my best to make it look clean
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