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I was surprised it was shipped assembled, I've got a couple things to do but it was all together. I thought I was going to be sitting down for a few hours building this. Took two days to get here. Guess that's a benefit of being so close to California and no smog to boot.

Stren, if you wouldn't mind, going to remove my 810 from my signature and move to Caselabs sig even though it's a work in progress... (guess that's my request to add me plz)

The main section of the TH10 is riveted together so its just a matter of adding the panels. The STH10 is actually broken down completely to "flat-pack" it. Every panel has to be bolted together for the main chassis. No complaints tbh, i had fun putting it together and its exciting as its assembled. I would have gotten another TH10 but I had committed to 140mm fans and radiators, so the STH10 was the best fit for me biggrin.gif.
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The main section of the TH10 is riveted together so its just a matter of adding the panels. The STH10 is actually broken down completely to "flat-pack" it. Every panel has to be bolted together for the main chassis. No complaints tbh, i had fun putting it together and its exciting as its assembled. I would have gotten another TH10 but I had committed to 140mm fans and radiators, so the STH10 was the best fit for me biggrin.gif.

I just got used to the Aquaero 6 and my NZXT 2k fans (which I honestly run around 800 to 1200), know they work well and have a profile set up, which are 120 fans. I was going to stick with the T10 to stick with the RX360 and thought about adding another 360 but figured doing it, might as well see what's on the other side, so jumped up and replaced all radiators, moving to 2 x 480's and one 360, stuck with 120 fans, might add more 120's actually for a push, pull, just to see how the Aqua works with 22 fans. For the top radiators with 22 fans (if I go this route), I was thinking of daisy chaining two of the 3 x 9 splitter for the third channel on the Aqua and fourth channel, running one 3 x 9 splitter for the last 6 fans
Edited by Roikyou - 3/20/14 at 1:03pm
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When I bought Mike's SM5 it was configured in reverse ATX. So I had to dismantle and reassemble. Mike don't mess around apparently those screws were in there TIGHT. I had to ride down to the shop and get my impact driver because a manual screwdriver wasn't going to cut it!
post #5554 of 22188
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I just got used to the Aquaero 6 and my NZXT 2k fans (which I honestly run around 800 to 1200), know they work well and have a profile set up, which are 120 fans. I was going to stick with the T10 to stick with the RX360 and thought about adding another 360 but figured doing it, might as well see what's on the other side, so jumped up and replaced all radiators, moving to 2 x 480's and one 360, stuck with 120 fans, might add more 120's actually for a push, pull, just to see how the Aqua works with 22 fans. For the top radiators with 22 fans (if I go this route), I was thinking of daisy chaining two of the 3 x 9 splitter for the third channel on the Aqua and fourth channel, running one 3 x 9 splitter for the last 6 fans

I'm using ModMyToyz fan hubs. Each 560 is setup on one 8x 3-pin hub, the 420 is on its on 8x hub as well, and the two 280s share a single 8x hub. Each hub is connected one to channel on my Mix2 controller. Though the total max does exceed each channel's max output, I'm running at 40% only. So once they settle down, total power drawn per channel is less then the max per channel for all my fans. The sole 120mm Cougar fan is tad noisy so its hooked up on its on channel. I don't push that one up when I do raise the power when gaming for hours or benching.

So, you may end up with a lot of fans in a case like the TH10 (I had 51 in my old TH10) but it can be managed with the right equipment smile.gif
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I'm using ModMyToyz fan hubs. Each 560 is setup on one 8x 3-pin hub, the 420 is on its on 8x hub as well, and the two 280s share a single 8x hub. Each hub is connected one to channel on my Mix2 controller. Though the total max does exceed each channel's max output, I'm running at 40% only. So once they settle down, total power drawn per channel is less then the max per channel for all my fans. The sole 120mm Cougar fan is tad noisy so its hooked up on its on channel. I don't push that one up when I do raise the power when gaming for hours or benching.

So, you may end up with a lot of fans in a case like the TH10 (I had 51 in my old TH10) but it can be managed with the right equipment smile.gif

I'm running just five fans right now with the switch 810 doing a pull on my 360 and 240, very quiet, barely tell it's running. Moving to the 480's and 360 is just overkill in OCN spirit, so really, I could continue with a pull with 11 fans between two channels, I'm sure there will be no issues. Aquaero boasted 20 fans per channel, I'm sure I can do between 11 to 22 fans. (first and second channel is controlling mcp35x each)
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I'm running just five fans right now with the switch 810 doing a pull on my 360 and 240, very quiet, barely tell it's running. Moving to the 480's and 360 is just overkill in OCN spirit, so really, I could continue with a pull with 11 fans between two channels, I'm sure there will be no issues. Aquaero boasted 20 fans per channel, I'm sure I can do between 11 to 22 fans. (first and second channel is controlling mcp35x each)

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Gonna order some new matching switches. Just to confirm, I need a 22mm and 16mm???? Thanks and +1 smile.gif
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Do you even really need the conversion kit to do reverse ATX in STH-10? (it isn't in front of my yet) but it seems like you could just take it apart & move the necessary pieces.
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post #5558 of 22188
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Do you even really need the conversion kit to do reverse ATX in STH-10? (it isn't in front of my yet) but it seems like you could just take it apart & move the necessary pieces.

Unfortunately, you do. It requires repositioning the mb panel and midplates. Though, you may be able to diy yourself but it will require a bit of modding). Might as well just buy a new one with reverse atx, nah?
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What are those? Filters? And what are the three PA2's for, do you have three DDCs?
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