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If I order a 120.3 flex bay rad mount from frozencpu can I get it in white if I leave an order comment? smile.gif
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post #8992 of 22415
Quote:
Originally Posted by afokke View Post

If I order a 120.3 flex bay rad mount from frozencpu can I get it in white if I leave an order comment? smile.gif

I've found that the CaseLabs parts are cheaper on the CaseLabs web-site.

Check it out before you buy from FrozenCpu.
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Yup. The LT model doesn't have an LCD and you can mount it anywhere you'd like.

ordered. thanks! don't think I ever would have noticed it. I'll just leave the NZXT Mix 2 for the accessory fans and looks I guess

for users/owners....does the controller/software control/read by RPM? which would mean I would have to cut off all the RPM pins on the NZXT grid to not confuse it? (I know the Scythe Flat 2 used RPM readouts and would freak out with all the RPM signals of the grid reporting to it)
post #8994 of 22415
Hope it is okay to post here--

First build, first water-cooled build, and first Case Labs case (S3+ped). My second build will be Case Labs case in white. Bigger. Maybe water-cooled, maybe not.



and all done...





Best things about CL cases
+ workmanship
+ space, space, and space
+ options, options, and options (also, potentially, a negative, especially if you are new to this)

Best things about OCN
+ smart folks who have done this before and share their knowledge; read slowly and pay attention
+ whatever it is, someone has fixed it, tweaked it, or just plain torn it apart

I'm not going to admit to how many acrylic tubes I burned through, but I will say this: A LOT. They aren't perfectly formed, my PSU is overkill, I haven't overclocked my CPU yet, but I have learned a lot, including patience.

Big thanks to all those who on OCN and especially the CL owners who have shared so much! You probably don't hear thanks often enough.
post #8995 of 22415
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Originally Posted by exyia View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Yup. The LT model doesn't have an LCD and you can mount it anywhere you'd like.

ordered. thanks! don't think I ever would have noticed it. I'll just leave the NZXT Mix 2 for the accessory fans and looks I guess

for users/owners....does the controller/software control/read by RPM? which would mean I would have to cut off all the RPM pins on the NZXT grid to not confuse it? (I know the Scythe Flat 2 used RPM readouts and would freak out with all the RPM signals of the grid reporting to it)

The Aquaero has the ability to do RPM, PWM, and one other I believe. It's been done time since I fiddled with mine, and yes, there's a small learning curve, but once you get it all dialed in, you set it and forget it. I use mine to regulate fan speeds based on temps of the water using a curve controller in the software.

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Originally Posted by temnein View Post

Hope it is okay to post here--

First build, first water-cooled build, and first Case Labs case (S3+ped). My second build will be Case Labs case in white. Bigger. Maybe water-cooled, maybe not.



and all done...





Best things about CL cases
+ workmanship
+ space, space, and space
+ options, options, and options (also, potentially, a negative, especially if you are new to this)

Best things about OCN
+ smart folks who have done this before and share their knowledge; read slowly and pay attention
+ whatever it is, someone has fixed it, tweaked it, or just plain torn it apart

I'm not going to admit to how many acrylic tubes I burned through, but I will say this: A LOT. They aren't perfectly formed, my PSU is overkill, I haven't overclocked my CPU yet, but I have learned a lot, including patience.

Big thanks to all those who on OCN and especially the CL owners who have shared so much! You probably don't hear thanks often enough.

Looks nice! Congrats on a build well done! smile.gif
post #8996 of 22415
Quote:
Originally Posted by exyia View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Yup. The LT model doesn't have an LCD and you can mount it anywhere you'd like.

ordered. thanks! don't think I ever would have noticed it. I'll just leave the NZXT Mix 2 for the accessory fans and looks I guess

for users/owners....does the controller/software control/read by RPM? which would mean I would have to cut off all the RPM pins on the NZXT grid to not confuse it? (I know the Scythe Flat 2 used RPM readouts and would freak out with all the RPM signals of the grid reporting to it)

an easier thing would be to buy a PWM splitter cable and run the one without rpm reporting back to the aquaero and the one with to a single fan

Quote:
Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by temnein View Post

Hope it is okay to post here--

First build, first water-cooled build, and first Case Labs case (S3+ped). My second build will be Case Labs case in white. Bigger. Maybe water-cooled, maybe not.



and all done...

Best things about CL cases
+ workmanship
+ space, space, and space
+ options, options, and options (also, potentially, a negative, especially if you are new to this)

Best things about OCN
+ smart folks who have done this before and share their knowledge; read slowly and pay attention
+ whatever it is, someone has fixed it, tweaked it, or just plain torn it apart

I'm not going to admit to how many acrylic tubes I burned through, but I will say this: A LOT. They aren't perfectly formed, my PSU is overkill, I haven't overclocked my CPU yet, but I have learned a lot, including patience.

Big thanks to all those who on OCN and especially the CL owners who have shared so much! You probably don't hear thanks often enough.

Looks nice! Congrats on a build well done! smile.gif

+1\

also to note finally actual power LED switches

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=ModMyToys+Anodized+Illuminated+Switch
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post #8997 of 22415
I'm thinking of pulling the radiators from the main case of my S3 and putting them in a pedestal. Whats the thickest rad that I can fit two of with just push fans in the pede? How about push/pull?
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I'm thinking of pulling the radiators from the main case of my S3 and putting them in a pedestal. Whats the thickest rad that I can fit two of with just push fans in the pede? How about push/pull?
I cant help with the fit but puting the radiators in the pedistal is an excellent idea and gets the best cooling. I tested a push-pull with my rig and watched the temp, sadly no change. I have 40 mm thick radiators and want cooler, going to buy the alphacool ut60, ratings shows it as a top radiator.
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The amount of replies is OVER 9000!!!


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Just ordered my CaseLabs ST10 on Friday for a totally new PC build. Can't wait to get it and get started slowly building.
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