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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-24-2015, 06:15 AM
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The "silver" one plain brushed aluminium, mmmmmmmm wink.gif will do some modding on it and have a log here, when I am ready. Until then I view images and read logs smile.gif

Good thing you like it and it looks like the temps are ok even so it's such a small case! Gj!

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well I would sure love a link to your log from my log so all the w2 logs can come together in some kind of log nexus smile.gif

Also the temps are not a problem because most of the stuff that normally blocks airflow etc in a standard case is round the back of the motherboard.
If I could have a few vent holes in the front panel that would be nice, they would have to be neat though.

Might get them cnc drilled maybe with my initials or something smile.gif

Surprised you didn't go for the windowed version to show off posh innards ! redface.gif

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well I would sure love a link to your log from my log so all the w2 logs can come together in some kind of log nexus smile.gif

Also the temps are not a problem because most of the stuff that normally blocks airflow etc in a standard case is round the back of the motherboard.
If I could have a few vent holes in the front panel that would be nice, they would have to be neat though.

Might get them cnc drilled maybe with my initials or something smile.gif

Surprised you didn't go for the windowed version to show off posh innards ! redface.gif
Oh, i am having the window version! Might change the screws though and I will put holes in the front, think I have a neat solution!

Edit: could you please measure the inside of the roof? Roof->MB and width of the roof? Thinking of having a radiator at the top.....

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Here we go:

Radiator: 35mm Thick
Bequiet Shadow Wings 25mm Thick Total installation 60mm


GPU 275mm
Space to front fans (internally mounted 315mm

Take front fans out and you can fit 340mm graphics card in there
even the sapphire tri x is only 305mm long so that would fit with the fans in the front

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Here we go:

Radiator: 35mm Thick
Bequiet Shadow Wings 25mm Thick Total installation 60mm


GPU 275mm
Space to front fans (internally mounted 315mm

Take front fans out and you can fit 340mm graphics card in there
even the sapphire tri x is only 305mm long so that would fit with the fans in the front
Thank you so much! This means that the numbers in cooltek site is wrong (max GPU 320). Your GPU plus rad and fans is 335 and still looks like you have some mm to go.

Means there's no problem adding a 280mm rad and a gtx 980 (water cooled)!
Waiting for the case to arrive and I'll post a log!

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I'm intrigued, but less potato shots with flash; instead try a more refined french fry camera tongue.gif

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Thank you so much! This means that the numbers in cooltek site is wrong (max GPU 320). Your GPU plus rad and fans is 335 and still looks like you have some mm to go.

Means there's no problem adding a 280mm rad and a gtx 980 (water cooled)!
Waiting for the case to arrive and I'll post a log!

+rep for you!

be careful of 280mm rad, its not the length that would be the problem its the width possibly contacting the pegs that hold the side panels on.

and Lefik, I am a terrible photographer, I even think cheap cameras deliberately downgrade themselves because I don't deserve any fancyness smile.gif

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be careful of 280mm rad, its not the length that would be the problem its the width possibly contacting the pegs that hold the side panels on.

The cooltek site says a 280 rad would fit (hope this is right tongue.gif) and I've seen builds using it!
The case is on the way, so I could do some measuring myself now! Thx to your measures it's now ordered smile.gif

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ah actually it's for bottom mounting that there is a 240 limitation (memory kicking in now)
the front panel of course comes with two 140mm fans already installed.

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Overclocking Update

Hi Guys

quick update in my overclocking adventure with my 5820k

I have been shooting for 4.5GHz but that is eluding me at the moment
currently tweaking 4.4GHz to stability

started at 1.26v vcore everything else auto but with Adaptive voltage mode
moved it up to 1.265, 1.27 and after that BSODed with a 124, 1.275v
seems stable now, temperatures seem good all well below 65C under full load.

lets see how the week goes smile.gif

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