Hello OCN members! This is my first thread and work-log on OCN. The rig will be for a friend who wants to get his feet wet but does not know how. My friend currently has an Xclio A380 case, which is not a bad case, but it’s not meant for water-cooling. Instead of modding his current case to accommodate a loop, I suggested the Switch 810 case. It was a long shot since he doesn't like white cases. To my surprise, he likes the case! So here I am!
Enough Chit-chat, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty.
Here's Part One of The Build - Part Two/Complete Build - Computer Parts
Case: NZXT Switch 810 White
MB: Asus 990FX Sabertooth
CPU: AMD FX 8120
PSU: COOLER MASTER Silent Pro 1000W
GPU: EVGA GTX 570 HD 2.5GB SLI
Memory: G.SKILL Sniper Series 1866 16GB (New)
SD: Corsair Force Series GT 240 SSD (New)
HDD: Western Digital Caviar Green 1TB
Radiator - Top Mount: Phobya G-Changer 420mm
Radiator - Bottom Mount: Phobya G-Changer 280mm
CPU Block - EK Supreme LTX
GPU Block's - EK GeForce 570 GTX SE
Pump/Res - XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Reservoir
Fans - NZXT 140mm
Barb Fittings - Bitspower Matte Black
Here's a few shots of the case!
A pic of the LED on the top front.
The bottom front mesh.
A teaser pic.
The top panel has small mesh on both sides for ventilation.
Just an average pic.
I'll probably only have two weeks for this build as my friend is a die hard BF3 player. So I'm sure he'll be having BF3 withdrawls the first day I take his rig. I hope you guys enjoy and I'm open to any suggestions or questions through out my build.
Im finally finished! Thanks for all the OCN members who supported this thread. I hope you guys like the end result. Please ask or PM me with any questions. Now my friend can get back to
BF3! Thanks again everyone!
Now for some pictures!
I just wanted to say that the S810 was a blast to do a build in. There is SO much room and possibilities. Thanks NZXT for making a case that offers so much, at an affordable price. I hope everyone enjoys the build as much as I did!
Thanks guys! I came home after work and found this waiting for me.......
So I opend it up and found this!
It's a mountain of CFM!
That's it for now guys! I'll do some test fitting of the rads in push/pull soon!