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King Kong ain't got $h*#on me!
*Note* All build log pictures in the first post and the update posts are hidden inside Spoiler tags for quick page loading now. Make sure to click the spoiler links!

I am not mechanically inclined, I am not a professional photographer or even approaching semi-pro. I am an enthusiast with a point and shoot Canon PowerShot A720 IS digital camera who is very happy and ready to share his adventures with the CaseLabs MH10 - a TH10 sized chassis in a shortened M10 height!
Remember while viewing the pictures this case is a TH10 sized chassis in a shortened M10 height! (Depth of a TH10 to allow mounting 480 radiators and height of an M10 for smaller footprint underneath desk)


*Case Accessories note:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Case Labs
The tech kit is standard on the "H" cases because of the large CPU cutout. It's optional on the other cases. I think you find that it's really nice to work with when you're setting up and testing your board.


Table of Contents:
  1. Day 1 through 6: Various Hardware arrives
  2. Day 11: The MH10 finally arrives!
  3. Day 12: Getting to know the MH10 better - a closer look at this monster!
  4. Day 17: I'm a baller now! 4 SSD's have arrived! WALLET BE DAMNED!
  5. Day 19: If it don't fit I'll make it fit! 5.25" top bay and radiator mount spacing.
  6. Day 21-22: Maybe I need to rethink this tube routing situation?
  7. Gap Be Gone! - 27Apr2011
  8. Odds and Ends - Remapping my Watercooling Loopand Quick Disconnect Madness! 29Apr2011
  9. SLI Scubadiving! 03May2011
  10. Leaktesting! Almost finished... 08May2011
  11. The lights are on but nobodies home! 09May2011


Day 1 - 28Mar2011


And so the boxes begin! The first few parts of my new Case Labs build started coming in... Case Labs was nice enough to upgrade me from an M8 to an MH10 (no link or pictures exist as it is the first build of it's type, a TH10 at the height of an M10 case!!!

Below are some pictures of the carnage about to start.

I came home to a small jumble of boxes YAY! Now to hide them before the wife gets home



And in the first box from Aquatuning.us was some Phobya Gummy Bears,which not as soft as normal gummy bears were nonetheless tasty! Also along for the ride was qty.1 AP-15, qty.2 very well wrapped Aquagrafx waterblocks for gtx470's and an SLI connector from AquaComputer. Considering these were ordered on Friday and shipped from Germany according to the shipping slip I am impressed!





The nice and shiny backside of the GPU waterblock!



From Newegg comes a nice lil PSU to power this disaster in a box!



And to end the first day's receipt of boxes is a small gift from Frozencpu - a pair of UN Design mounts for my soon to be arriving MCP350's!



And here is a sloppy MS Paint of my planned layout for the case once everything has arrived - subject to adjustment as it goes!





As an aside - the thread title was partially from the way I felt as I started to order parts but mostly brought about due to this quote from Case Labs.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Case Labs View Post
I’m laying out the foundation of the upcoming TX10 (aka “Godzilla”).
And I must admit - once I started to plan stuff out - I definitely felt like I was Godzilla ripping through Tokyo (and my wallet) in a game of Rampage....


Day 3 - 30Mar2011


So come home to 2 new boxes from Newegg! Too much anticipation with all these lil boxes... WHERE IS THE BIG BOX!!!




And said contents are the beginning of my watercooling loop and a fan controller!





Day 4 - 31Mar2011


Came home from a LATE and long day just now to find me two new presents my wife had dragged inside the kitchen...

The one from Germany was making me giddy with anticipation!




So it was the first one I opened...and the gummy bears weren't the sweetest item in the box



OM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM! 24 AP-15's! Around 16-18 or so will be a part of this build...haven't decided on the final number until I can get them in the case and hooked up to the fan controller



But that wasn't even the best part of the unboxing! a pair of XSPC RX480's and a couple feet of solid white Primoflex!



Can't wait for the case - starting to run out of room for accessories







Day 5 - 01Apr2011


No April Fools joke here! The mail lady left me some very well crafted watercooling gear. By appearance alone the IandH res is stunning... but holding it and checking out the parts at such a close distance just left me in awe at how solid this item is and well put together - I would suggest this piece of kit in a heartbeat!

First up was what showed up.

A brand new Apogee XT ver.2 Block - I love the mounting system and the look so decided to get a new one for the new loop Also in this picture are the EK DDC Ex-Tops V2 for my MCP 350's and an IandH 175 Stealthres complete with fittings, clamps, plugs and barbs that were tossed in free!



I was so impressed I took a few extra shots of the res!









Day 6 - 02Apr2011


It's coming! It's coming!!!





Also the mail lady dropped of some more FrozenCPU product.

3pin to x4 3pin Y cables, some more QDC's, and a mess load of assorted Bitspower compression fittings.



*Note* All build log pictures in the first post and the update posts are hidden inside Spoiler tags for quick page loading now. Make sure to click the spoiler links!
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Day 11 - 07Apr2011 - the MH10 has arrived!


Be warned! Lots of pictures - this post is a work in progress at the moment



Had a very brief moment where I slipped home long enough to bring the case inside the house - took a few pictures but had to run back to school for parent's night!

Here is a picture from my iphone, placed the box next to the front of my Suzuki Grand Vitara for a comparison. The packing job was superb - I have only seen one company that is in the same league (and that says alot since I worked in logistics and international shipping for a while...)

*Note* the box is sitting with the vertical portion actually being the length of the case and the flatside facing me is actually the bottom dimension of the case.


When first unpacking the box, I was impressed by how solid the box itself was - this is heavy grade box (I forgot to check the UN specification but it definitely isnt the cheap stuff!) Two layers of styrofoam sheets all the way around to pad on all sides. And what made it super simple was that the Plastic bag that held the case was super thick and strong so I was able to merely turn the case on its end and pull it up with relative ease.







As you can see from the shape - this case is the height of a standard full tower or for better reference it actually sits shorter than my CoolerMaster Storm Sniper case does (even with the standard 4 rubber feet attached) by almost an inch and a half. Once I attach the casters that size will be negated this should provide a better reference than the Wii remote in the pictures below

Also notices that this is an MH-10 and is capable of fitting an SR-2 Motherboard (HPTX) as well as 480 radiators.



I purchased the Reverse ATX option for a few reasons. one was that I wanted to show off the case innards on a different side, turning the atx upside down will also show off some of the watercooling parts a bit better. And because I wanted to mount my radiators on the roof without using the extended top, reversing the motherboard would provide some much needed room to mount RX480's at the top of the case.




I purchased the XL window and it still looks small on this case! But the bonus is that the extra solid panel will actually hide most of the items mounted in the 5.25 bays from view. Also as you can note from the pictures, I have so far left the plastic on each panel until later in the build - but I did remove the I/O panel and power switches in order to have them sleeved.






Here are a few shots with a Wii remote as reference - unfortunately didn't have any DVD cases or soda cans in the house for size comparison purposes.




What I LOVE about every panel is that they quickly and easily come off with a little tug on the panels - this applies to top panel, front panel, and both side panels (which swing open). This is accomplished through the genius little stud and saddle mechanism on each panel which provides enough friction that they don't fall open on their own but with a purposeful application of force you can open them - far and away the simplest and still secure setup I have seen from the cases I have used in the past.






One other unique bit to this case was the amount of accessories tossed in. Not only was there a healthy amount of screws and other parts, they were all individually packaged and very well marked. I even loved the legs for the motherboard tray in case setting it up outside the case was needed






*Note* All build log pictures in the first post and the update posts are hidden inside Spoiler tags for quick page loading now. Make sure to click the spoiler links!
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Is it bad that I knew where that quote was from before I even clicked the link?
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Is it bad that I knew where that quote was from before I even clicked the link?
It's a great quote and thought about that line as I was putting together my planned purchase lol.
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Pic's of the case or I tell your wife
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Pic's of the case or I tell your wife
Soooo This.
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Pic's of the case or I tell your wife
Patience my young padawan! I am actually waiting for it to arrive as I just finalized everything for that case with Case Labs (Jim) earlier today. So I should be seeing it's arrival by the weekend or early next week.
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Patience my young padawan! I am actually waiting for it to arrive as I just finalized everything for that case with Case Labs (Jim) earlier today. So I should be seeing it's arrival by the weekend or early next week.
BTW-where did you get the AP15s from? Everywhere on the twitscape seems sold out.
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BTW-where did you get the AP15s from? Everywhere on the twitscape seems sold out.
Had a friendly Canadian tip me off as to a fresh stock that had just shown up!
    
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That should be nice Looking forward to it!

By the way, you mentioned you arrived home with the boxes at your door - the mail company leaves them there just like that ? What if someone steals them ? Who is responsible ? In my country that would never happen. If nobody is at home the mailman will write a notice and put it in the mailbox telling me to pick up the package at the station later that day (normally after 16:00).

Another question, why does the thread have a 56k limit message on top? What does that mean ? I've seen it on other threads but since none seemed to interest me, this is the first time I ask
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