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Originally Posted by technowar;12966370 
Do you think I can fit a pump, reservoir, radiator, tubes, and fans in a SG07?

Short answer: no. You might be able to get a 120 rad where the 180mm fan is, I've seen people put a H70 in there. And that was with slim fans. But no space for an internal res that I can see. Maybe if you hang it off the back. A 120 rad won't really do a good job of cooling any halfway decent GPU anyway. If you want decent watercooling you need at least mid tower size.
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post #12 of 26
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How about put it above the case? Damn I'm excited on this build.

Or for this matter, what is much appreciated? A water cooled mITX or an air cooled mITX?
Edited by technowar - 4/1/11 at 9:29pm
post #13 of 26
You could try the Lian-Li Q08, with a 120/140mm radiator mounted in the front, and possible a 120mm mounted on the top (but a fan would then have to be mounted on the external top since there wont be room between the radiator and power supply.

Here's something for reference:

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Just keep in mind there won't be any mounts for 3.5" hard drives (you can mount a 2.5"/SSD on the bottom of the disc drive mount), so you might consider getting this: Lian Li Bay Adapter to use a slim optical drive and mount an additional 3.5" hard drive or 2 2.5" ones.
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What kind of PSU I could use in a Lian Li PC-Q08?
post #15 of 26
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What kind of PSU I could use in a Lian Li PC-Q08?

It uses normal ATX PSUs. You probably don't want anything super huge (like the 1kW+ monsters that are 8-10" long) as it will probably hit the drive bays.
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post #16 of 26
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What kind of PSU I could use in a Lian Li PC-Q08?

Normal ATX, however the one in that picture is the Silverstone 450w mATX power supply, it's a lot smaller and will give you a little more room to work with.
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post #17 of 26
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You could try the Lian-Li Q08, with a 120/140mm radiator mounted in the front, and possible a 120mm mounted on the top (but a fan would then have to be mounted on the external top since there wont be room between the radiator and power supply.

Here's something for reference:

p10302220.jpg

Just keep in mind there won't be any mounts for 3.5" hard drives (you can mount a 2.5"/SSD on the bottom of the disc drive mount), so you might consider getting this: Lian Li Bay Adapter to use a slim optical drive and mount an additional 3.5" hard drive or 2 2.5" ones.

Where did that reservoir for the DB-1 come from?
    
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post #18 of 26
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Where did that reservoir for the DB-1 come from?

EK makes them.
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post #19 of 26
Hi mate.

There is pictures somewhere(in the forums),I and another guy have custom WC'd a SG05.

In mine I used a 120mm rad, EK supreme LT and EK DCP 2.2

No res just a T-line.

With a little modding you could get the EK DCP 2.2 res combo in it aswell.


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post #20 of 26
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Can you post the link of your project, mate?

How about in SG07, can you fit a WC?
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