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Welcome to the Official Owners Club for Parvum Systems

Come and post here with anything Parvum be it your build photos, a link to your build log or to just to share with everyone your every thoughts we welcome anything Parvum related. If you have any questions that aren't answered here, or you need something more specific, please feel free to contact our two lovely Hardware Reps @imersa and @Mads1 who will be more than happy to help you.


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Based in the UK, Parvum Systems specialises in producing custom acrylic computer cases with a unique and elegant design across their entire range. Beyond what they offer at a retail level Parvum Systems is also open to custom requests to give you the personal, hands on control over your future case allowing you to create that one of a kind look. In addition to their ever growing line of cases Parvum also have their own line of 120mm high pressure case fans which offer excellent performance for both air and water cooled systems.


"Here at Parvum Systems we pride ourselves on making each case with that little extra bit of care and offering a slightly more personal approach to the world of computer cases. "


Don't just take my word for it here are some reviews of our products:


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If you write or find any other reviews of our products please message me and I will add them to the list.


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Our current retail line consists of the following six cases however each is able to be customised or changed to your liking.

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Parvum Systems X2.0 ITX

Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 250 x 250 x 310mm
- Orientation: Inverted
- Motherboard Support: ITX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 157mm
- PSU Support: SFX, SFX-L
- Maximum PSU Length: 130mm
- PCI Slots: (2x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 290mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED
- Drive Mounts: (4x) 2.5"

Fan Mounts:
- Front 1x 120mm or 1x 140mm
- Rear 2x 80mm

Watercooling Support:
- Front 120mm or 140mm

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Parvum Systems VEER1.0 ITX

Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 267 x 307 x 357mm
- Orientation: Inverted
- Motherboard Support: ITX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 150mm
- PSU Support: ATX
- Maximum PSU Length: 160mm
- PCI Slots: (2x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 335mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED (2x) USB3.0
- Drive Mounts: (2x) 2.5" or (2x) 3.5"

Fan Mounts:
- Front 1x 120mm
- Top 2x 120mm
- Rear 1x 80mm

Watercooling Support:
- Front 120mm
- Top 240mm
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Parvum Systems R1.0 MATX

Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 285 x 387 x 475mm
- Orientation: Inverted
- Motherboard Support: ITX, mATX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 170mm
- PSU Support: ATX
- Maximum PSU Length: 240mm
- PCI Slots: (4x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 420mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED
- Drive Mounts: (2x) 3.5" and (2x) 2.5"

Fan Mounts:
- Front 2x 120mm
- Bottom 6x 120mm

Watercooling Support:
- Front 240mm
- Bottom 2x 360mm
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Parvum Systems S2.5 MATX

Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 275 x 332 x 420mm
- Orientation: Standard
- Motherboard Support: ITX, mATX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 160mm
- PSU Support: ATX
- Maximum PSU Length: 240mm
- PCI Slots: (4x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 325mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED (2x) USB3.0
- Drive Mounts: (2x) 2.5" and (2x) 3.5" or (4x) 2.5"

Fan Mounts:
- Front 2x 120mm
- Top 2x 120mm
- Rear 3x 80mm

Watercooling Support:
- Front 240mm
- Top 240mm
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Parvum Systems M1.0 ATX

Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 287 x 452 x 420mm
- Orientation: Standard
- Motherboard Support: ITX, ATX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 170mm
- PSU Support: ATX
- Maximum PSU Length: 240mm
- PCI Slots: (8x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 325mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED (2x) USB3.0
- Drive Mounts: (2x) 3.5" and (2x) 2.5"

Fan Mounts:
- Front 3x 120mm
- Top 2x 120mm
- Rear 1x 120mm

Watercooling Support:
- Front 360mm
- Top 240mm
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Parvum Systems L1.0 EATX

Specification:
- Dimensions: (WxHxD): 320 x 600 x 570mm
- Orientation: Standard
- Motherboard Support: ITX, ATX, E-ATX
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 200mm
- PSU Support: ATX
- Maximum PSU Length: 280mm
- PCI Slots: (8x)
- Maximum GPU Length: 450mm
- External IO: (1x) Power Switch (1x) Power LED
- Drive Mounts:(4x) 2.5" and (6x) 3.5" or (8x) 2.5"

Fan Mounts:
- Front 4x 120mm
- Top 3x 120mm
- Rear 1x 120mm
- Bottom 6x 120mm

Watercooling Support:
- Front 480mm
- Top 360mm
- Bottom 360mm
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Parvum Systems cases are available for order from Performance PC's (US), Overclockers (UK), HighFlow (NL), caseking (DE), and from Parvum Systems directly.


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Working closely with Premier cooling brand Alpenföhn Parvum is proud to have produced the Parvum F1.0 a high performance modified Wings Boost 2 fan which is now available in both black and white colour schemes using the Wings Boost technology to reduce air turbulence within your system. Find out more by clicking on the picture below.


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Here is a sample of some of the absolutely amazing builds from the members of OCN you can find a full list of Build Logs below please do check them out as all of these guys have put lots of effort into creating these jaw dropping builds. There are many many more that aren't featured in this photo but if I was to include every single photo this thread would be never ending!


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PARVUM ADVANCED WARFARE BUILD (Click to show)
The deadmau5 Project , Behind the scenes of Parvum Systems , Nvidia & DJ Deadmau5 (Click to show)


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Here's an index of Parvum Systems build logs here on OCN. If you start or spot a new build log on OCN that you don't find here please do let me know and I'll add it if I haven't already. You don't have to be doing this as a job or have professional equipment to be added to the list as long as the case if Parvum you're in!

Build Logs (Click to show)

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All the documentation that you could want for any of the cases can be found here including assembly instructions and videos as well as guides on pump placement and what kind of GPU you can expect to fit within your new Parvum Systems Case.


Assembly Guides
PARVUM systems L1.0 Assembly (PDF)
PARVUM systems S2.0 / S2.5 Assembly (VIDEO)
PARVUM systems M1.0 Assembly (VIDEO)
PARVUM systems R1.0 Assembly

GPU & Pump Install Guide by @easynator GUIDE (Click to show)
Many people are asking what kind of video card can fit in a Parvum Systems S2.0.

This is a really hard question to answer since it depends on many factors like the video card itself, the GPU water block, the front radiator, the fans and the pump/res location.

The Parvum Systems S2.0 is 420mm long for the outer dimension. As for the inside, you "only" have 400mm to play with unless you mod your case like @RexTempus has done with his Shadow Box. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

First of all, I need to talk about my configuration in order to understand the measures. I used a push configuration with 2x 25mm fans and a 30mm radiator. I also used a D5 pump with a mod top and a mod kit. You might not have the same constraint if you use a DDC pump.


How long?
With a little close-up, we can see that I have a 9mm clearance between the pump's top mod kit and the radiator. Unfortunately, it doesn't really matter since the pump's mod kit is at the back and only has a ~2mm clearance with the radiator (where the fins are).


This close-up gives you a good idea of the clearance between the pump's top kit and the GPU (5mm). This clearance is even reduced when you look at the back for the pump's mod kit (~1mm).


How wide?
I have a clearance of 15mm from the GPU water block to the window


I have a clearance of 41mm from the video card to the window


Recommendation
If you want to stay out of trouble, use the reference model (at least for the GeForce 700 series) and you'll be fine. The dimension of my video card (EVGA 780TI Superclocked w/ ACX Cooler (03G-P4-2884-KR)) are (Long, Height, Wide) 266.7mm x 38mm x 111.5mm / 10.5" x 1.5" x 4.4". These are the dimensions without the water block and the backplate.

As previously mentioned, the case is 400mm long. You then have 345mm if you remove 25mm for the fans and 30mm for the radiator. My pump's top mod kit is 65mm and my video card is 266mm which leaves me a maximum clearance of 14mm (400-25-30-266-65). My problem was with the pump's mod kit (at the back) which is 75mm so in fact I only have a clearance of ~3-4mm (400-25-30-266-75).

In other words, your formula should be: 400mm - #fan# - #front radiator# - #graphic card# - #pump#. This number must be greater than 0 otherwise it won't fit.

You could end-up in a situation like this where you need to find a solution. Fortunately, we suggested a few things to our fellow member and he resolved the issue. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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It's not the end of the world if your card is bigger or longer
@Krulani's Resurgent build had some troubles with the Classified model. See here, here & here
@Dr m4rc3l's Liquid ROGer has had issues with a different card (Matrix). See here & here

That being said, Krulani and Dr m4rc3l have been able to resolve the issue by either removing the acrylic window or by ordering a new custom window. Parvum Systems is an amazing company and one of the best custom service I have ever seen. Do not hesitate to contact @imersa if you need a custom order, he will help you if you have any issues.

Configuration (Updated on 2014-10-23)
Different configuration are possible. The most common, as of today, is to place the pump/res combo between the GPU and the front radiator/fans.

Pump/Res combo between the GPU and the front radiator/fans
Pump/Res combo next to the front radiator/fans
Pump/Res combo externally


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As a closing note I want to say a big thank you from all of us at Parvum Systems for being part of this ever growing community and we look forward to seeing your amazing builds as they come, so get building!
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If a mod could please make this '[Official]' that would be great. Was just going to type it in the name but I was told to PM a mod to do so smile.gif
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First! Subbed! Whatever! biggrin.gif

I don't personally have a Parvum case (YET) but I'm loving
the overall design and the amount of work ye put in to make
sure people get what they want in terms of customization,
colour scheme etc.
Been following a few Parvum build logs on OCN so this will
be an awesome thread, I'm sure of that.

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I shall start the owners submissions with my build. I'd also like to mention to anyone looking into a Parvum case that you will not find a more fun case to work with. It's hands down the best case I've worked with thus far, period.

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I'll sub to this also!

Love these cases, and especially that Parvum are UK based. Hopefully you have an ATX case out for when I do my next build, I'll definitely indulge in one.
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I'm in. Currently putting the finishing touches on my Parvum case mod:

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If a mod could please make this '[Official]' that would be great. Was just going to type it in the name but I was told to PM a mod to do so smile.gif

I think to make it official you need a members list and have 10 sign-ups. Other member clubs use google docs to make the sign-up list submission form and members list. I'm not sure exactly how that works, though sorry.


As for my own membership: I'm working on too many cases of my own, but I was curious about Parvum cases. So I recently acquired the purple and black prototype from K.3nny (see K.3nny's Aurora Parvum build log). I had also previously bid on L3P's green and black one.



But actually these aren't really my colours, and I don't like modding in a case that's already been modded. So I might order a 'fresh' case for myself smile.gif


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And here is my completed, albeit not cleaned, case mod:

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