Title is courtesy of gr3nad3l. Nice work.
Tried to modify my coolermaster haf 932 advanced to fit a 240 rad in the bottom and trashed it. So I ordered a case that requires very little modding and revamped my build.
I really liked the way the front of the HAF looked.
Now, enter the switch
The box had quite a bit of damage on it, so I was a little worried...
But it was okay
Now, there are a lot of people that want to see this part.... 448 classy going into surgery......
This is an update to the OP. Left out where to put the TIM paste.
My new ex 360 which performs really well...
Got a really good deal on some coolermaster sickle flows from newegg for a push pull set up.....
Back to the switch
It has wheels..
My 2500k mounted in my Asus P8Z68-v/Gen3.
Here is the ex 360 which will be directly in front of the CPU in the loop.
XSPC Rasa waterblock for the 2500k
The RS 240 rad for my loop.
Playing while leak testing.
Had a mounting accident with one of my fans.
Worked out okay...
Thank god there is a ton of room in the back for cable management......
Not happy with this window. Has a film, or something, that tints the window blue when using uv inside.
Not really happy with the front of the case. Kind of ungly and it shows prints easily. Still, small potatoes to everything else that is awesome.
Took 2 days to get this thing assembled and running. Temps are awesome, both from the addition of the ex360 rad, loop redesign, and the awesome air movement of this case. Turned out well.
GPU went from ~70 max with really loud fans to 45 max with no additional fan noise.
Also, CPU dropped 5 degress idle from ~ 30 to ~ 25. At max went from ~ 62 down to ~ 50. Really good with the CPU at 4.5 with 1.418 vcore.
Really happy with this build. Let me know if you have questions......