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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-27-2017, 04:24 AM
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Guys has anyone use the vertical gpu stand ? I am not sure what the protruding pins on the horizontal section is for how does it get clipped to the card ?
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post #12 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-18-2017, 01:08 AM
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Hey,you can mount on top max 60mm HL 420mm rad and than in front 420mm max 30mm.(but than you can only put in front 2x140mm in pull and 3x140mm push inside,which I wouldn't recommend)
I curently have 420mm on top HL SR2 420mm rad and in front 360mm HL GTS X flow,and in the middle another 360mm HL GTS(or you can put it even behind in cable management section 30mm thick rad like this one) .I will try to replace one of GTS with 360mm SR2 which is 60mm in front or in middle.
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post #13 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-21-2017, 04:24 PM
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Hey,

Nice build,

I have this case and am currently making my own psu shroud, What did you use to make the shroud and how did you fix it into place.

I have been using foam board for mock-ups and dimensions.


ps: @ashwinp i am going to be using the verticle stand and the standofs of the vertical mount is for the TT pcie extension to screw onto.
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post #14 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-21-2017, 11:26 PM
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ps: @ashwinp i am going to be using the verticle stand and the standofs of the vertical mount is for the TT pcie extension to screw onto.

Great some pics would be much appreciated. I've decided to not go down that road due to availability issues in my market of the accessories.

I have other issues other than the case atm with my frozenq tvirus resevoir that seems to have more leaks than the Titanic. PSA Please do not buy this ****ty resevoir.
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I used steel mm thick.(I used special firms that do special metal works-its cheap to use them in serbia)I fixed it with m4 screws.One at the back,two with mobo tray and two and the opposite side of PSU,and two on the opposite side of mobo tray.My PSU is covered from all the sides..https://imgur.com/a/AWInj
But I did do the bend with a steel rod to get that round shape.
Anyway,if you plan to use vertical mount ,that's only compatible for GPU that's watercooled .I would advise you to skip TT PCI extension cable.
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Ok i have video of my custom hardlined watercooling leak test (hence the tissue paper). Will do one later when the mb is powered. But this is just to give you a sneak peak.

Its my first ever pc build.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dspmPyhXTio

Will do better pics and video later.
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post #17 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-23-2017, 10:27 PM
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Why did you put GPU at the bottom?
Loose that flow meter,and you will get much much cleaner build ...and that tube that goes from top fan to GPU needs some work to get clean lines.but all in all,great work!I know how much time and effort one needs to put in to build something like this!
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Here's mine, where is the TT View 71 Owners Club?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAsInofP3SQ

8700k @ 5.0 GHz - 0 AVX @ 1.37v w/ EK Monoblock + Delid | Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 | GTX 1080 Ti FE - Full EK Block @ 2025 MHz | EK SE 420 + EK PE 360 | 16GB G-Skill Trident Z RGB 3200 MHz XMP | 1 TB Samsung 970 EVO | Corsair RM1000x | Thermaltake View 71 | Alienware AW3418DW + Asus ROG Swift PG278Q (for 3D Vision) on Amazon Basics Arms | Win10 Pro 1703
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Quote: Originally Posted by Maki911 View Post
Hey,you can mount on top max 60mm HL 420mm rad and than in front 420mm max 30mm.(but than you can only put in front 2x140mm in pull and 3x140mm push inside,which I wouldn't recommend)

I curently have 420mm on top HL SR2 420mm rad and in front 360mm HL GTS X flow,and in the middle another 360mm HL GTS(or you can put it even behind in cable management section 30mm thick rad like this one) .I will try to replace one of GTS with 360mm SR2 which is 60mm in front or in middle.
If I would like to install two 420mm 28mm rads by EK, can I install top one between glass and chassis? I mean fans pulling air outside and front rad pushing inside, so I get nice airflow?
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So I bought this case and was able to install two 420s rads and one 360 rad on side. But if u want good temperatures u need to remove side glass(for me it is not seen so it is ok)
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