Hi, until now I didn't notice TT released a Tempered Glass "Ti" edition, with only front glass, movable mobo tray, dual USB 3.0, etc. Do you know if it's still compatible with the TG upgrade kit (front, upper and right-side glass) for the original edition? I already have the upgrade, and that new model would suit better my intended build.
Possible a silly question, but has anyone seen this used in a horizontal layout? With the motherboard laying flat on the desk?
I'll take that as a no...
I have and technically I think that's one of the configurations associated with the case. Given the size it's going to take up a considerable amount of space so obviously not as efficient but absolutely doable.
From what I've gathered from the thread, it seems that the ideal cooling arrangement -- correct me if I'm wrong -- is to have air pulled from the enclosed back instead of pushed into that area. Is this still the consensus?
I have Corsair LL120's that I'm hoping to use, however, they're designed to only push in the opposite direction that the LED side faces. So if I were to use them, I'd basically have to push hot air into the back enclosed casing area, which seems non-ideal as there's no real air outflow, except perhaps for the cable management cutouts which would be pushing the hot airflow back into the main case area.
Originally Posted by crafty615
Is it a Seagate Ironwolf? I've noticed their bigger drives (6tb+) have different mounting holes and are sized differently. which makes it hard to mount in cases with standardized tool-less mounting.
That makes sense. It's an 8TB Western Digital Red. Did you have to modify your drive trays to accommodate it?
May be a bit late but I went for the EK XC rad, 60mm thick. I mounted my LL120 fans pushing air into the case, then the rad on the case AND then inside the case another set of Corsair ML120 Pro fans for push pull configuration. For that I used rubber spacer frames on which I cut the horizontal portion of the square frame off, so only the left and right edges of the fans are sitting on them.
Works really well, whole package is not too thick from the outside. I only have left to plug the spaces on top and bottom of the internal fans, so the air is moving only through the rad.