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Old 02-04-2018, 10:39 AM
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Did u just drill extra holes to that coolermaster vertical gpu bracket and offset it or did you modify case also?
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Old 02-05-2018, 08:12 AM
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Did u just drill extra holes to that coolermaster vertical gpu bracket and offset it or did you modify case also?
drilled an extra set of holes... I have since thrown away that bracket all together.

I am now running the Vertical GPU bracket from MNPCTECH.com
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:27 PM
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That's an insane build!

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Old 02-15-2018, 07:38 AM
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That's an insane build!
Thanks!!!!

Here are completed pictures for anyone that hasn't seen them. (and one showing the paint job in the light)
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No new 101 builds?

What size rads can you have to use a 360 at the bottom and 240 on the back wall?
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Nick really maximized the 301 space as much as possible, well done!
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Old 04-18-2018, 11:56 AM
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No new 101 builds?

What size rads can you have to use a 360 at the bottom and 240 on the back wall?
They are both PrimoChill 360mm EximoSX Slim Radiator - Silver and PrimoChill 240mm EximoSX Slim Radiator - Silver in my build. I would assume you could get thicker easily if you want to adjust the placement of GPU for the 360 rad but the 240 rad is MAX because of how I mounted it on the back side, I had to cut up the mount even and it sticks out of the case as it is, you could go thicker and it would just stick out more

30mm rads... they are plenty of space for the cooling required for a CPU and GPU, my temps stay low for a CPU at 5Ghz and the GPU running at 2215Mhz. CPU rarely goes over 60c and the GPU rarely ever hits 38c, I am very impressed with the setup and its cooling ability.

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Specifications
Fitting Ports:2
Fitting Thread:G 1/4
Fan Mount Spacing:15mm
Fan Mount Thread:M3
Materials:Brass / Copper
Certifications:ROHS
Pressure:1.5 bar
Overall Dimensions:396x120x30mm
Heat Transfer Tubes:14
FPI:20
Warranty: 1 year

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Fittings: G1/4 thread
Fan:120mm x 3

Specifications
Fitting Ports:2
Fitting Thread:G 1/4
Fan Mount Spacing:15mm
Fan Mount Thread:M3
Materials:Brass / Copper
Certifications:ROHS
Pressure:1.5 bar
Overall Dimensions:275x120x30mm
Heat Transfer Tubes:14
FPI:20
Warranty: 1 year

Compatibility
Fittings: G1/4 thread
Fan:120mm x 2

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Nick really maximized the 101 space as much as possible, well done!
101 fixed. But yeah I tried to fill the case as much as I could and have the best cooling for a "compact" case. I ended up with the WAY to big res just for eye candy and mounted it to the front, because why not it looks cool but honestly isn't the most practical option.
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I got this case, planning on going vertical with the GPU and keeping the stock cooler but will have a small custom loop for the CPU. How important do you think the bottom fans will be to maintain good airflow and temps?
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Just finished my desktop build in the 101C and Im pretty happy with the case. Only annoyance was that they decided to put a rivet right where a rad would mount on the rear facing 120mm. Drilled it out and all good.

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