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Originally Posted by Gobigorgohome View Post

Will the CaseLabs TX10-V/TX10-D take 2x MO-RA3 420 + 2/3 PSU's without pedestals?

I am kind of looking for a new case, the 900D and such is not wanted (too poor quality), the Mountain Mods Ascension/Extended Ascension is not big enough for the task in mind. CaseLabs TH10 is not big enough either, because of the dimensions. Next step is homemade desk.

Technically you can put a Mora in the bottom but I wouldn't do it as there is only 76mm of air under the case with the casters. I went with 3 480s which is just a little less surface area than a Mora but the radiator quality is better so it cools better and has less flow restriction (and is more expensive).
post #9052 of 22275
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post


It is not really a mod just get the extended top like geggeg said. Get the 150 mm extended top and you can put a mora and 2 ea 420 in the top and 4 psu's and put a mora in the bottom!! Not sure if agree with you on the 560's as the mora has more surface area..

Okay, the TX10-V is 800 USD just for the box without the extended top (pricy), I need at least 2x MO-RA3 420 LT's (4x R9 290Xs overclocked and 3930K with 1,44V+), I also have overclocked RAM and my motherboard probably generate some heat too. My cards pull a lot of power, I brought one of my EVGA G2 1300W to it knees with the CPU and cards at stock. This thing overclocked could make your lightning bulbs flash.
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

yes you could side mount the 560's and have 4 PSU's up top but in doing this I am not sure if you will be able to put a full size drive in the top.. enough places to mount them so it dont really matter I guess.

but you do have more surface area on the mora 140.9 than 2 560's.

area is length X width so

Mora 420 X 420 = 176400

2 560's 280 X 560 = 156800

I do agree 2 Mora's are over kill but most of what we do is overkill anyway!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

I do not say it is best 2 use the Mora's but it is very possible with a 150mm extended top... Actually it is better than 4 560's as there is more surface area! IMHO...

All fun and games... just you can make the TX10-d or V what ever you want!

I need at least 2x MO-RA3 420's, coming from 1x MO-RA3 420, 2x 480 Monsta and 2x XTX240s. I am actually going down on radiator area with that "upgrade". I am done with "small" radiators, after my XTX240 started leaking.

On the other hand, the TX10-V is already pretty big, extended top on that again would just be silly. No offence. I could build something pretty good for 800 USD myself too.
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

Haha yes of course. I am with you there- get an extended top and go overkill either way biggrin.gif

Hmm ... I will have to do the math on it, seems overpriced for me even with that size.
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4930K RIVBE None at the moment 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 
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post #9053 of 22275
You can also get a smaller case and mount the dual Mo.Ra externally. They make feet for it.
post #9054 of 22275
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

You can also get a smaller case and mount the dual Mo.Ra externally. They make feet for it.

And they look great also, i agree this could be worth considering
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That's what I would do. thumb.gif
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Or you could build something massive so if you ever need a place to sleep, you can crawl in it :b
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Or you could build something massive so if you ever need a place to sleep, you can crawl in it :b
You should put that quote just below your logo.
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I'm just done with leak testing, OS re-install, driver and windows update.
SM8 love!
post #9059 of 22275
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Or you could build something massive so if you ever need a place to sleep, you can crawl in it :b

A CaseLabs H0B0 Series? Where they are a bit bigger than a refrigerator box? That way you have room to sleep AND build your PC in it? Options can be a sun/moon roof, Solar panels, and much more! tongue.gif
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I'm just done with leak testing, OS re-install, driver and windows update.
SM8 love!

Nice build! Very similar to what I want to do in my ST-10. However I've never worked with acrylic tube so I'll be sticking with the old-school flexible stuff for now.

I do plan to slowly swap out for acrylic so what I'm thinking of is build with flexible tube, get some acrylic tube and fittings, etc. to "practice" with. Once I feel comfortable, swap out the flexible tube with the acrylic tube. What do you all think?

Also, when it comes to acrylic, would a pipe cutter work on it? That might save some polish time, etc. no?
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