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post #1 of 144 (permalink) Old 02-15-2016, 09:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Hey all

This is a SFF <10L case that features room for 3 120 fans and 360 total rad space. It is also designed for short gpus (nano,short 970s, future gpus?).

I plan to do something a little different though during this build and go for watercooled crossfire nanos with a itx motherboard.

EDIT: 3/3/16 HAVE BOTH NANO's CF WORKSLINK
EDIT: 4/14/16 HAVE THE CASE!LINK Original Post (Click to show)
Hey all,

I am starting a new build log that is ___ Liters. Can you guess?(Its a SSF build so <20L)
I am however keeping some of the parts of this build under wraps until they are finalized.

Core Components
4790k
Asrock z97e-itx/ac
R9 Nano
Silverstone SX600-G

Water Cooling Components
EK Supremacy CPU block
EK R9 Nano GPU block
EK Coolstream 240 SE
EK Coolstream 120 SE
EK Vardar F4 White x2
Silverstone FW SST-FW121

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Green: Already Have
Black: Yet to be ordered


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What I have started to do so far:


Quick and easy to take this apart for some painting.


Use the provided Allen Key to take the extenders off.



Remove screws from the top and bottom

Carefully pry the sides off

Slide the top and bottom pieces off


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i am really interested int his since i am planning on adding a custom loop to my pc soon,
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i am really interested int his since i am planning on adding a custom loop to my pc soon,

Cool thanks! Hopefully my big mitts will be able to pull this off!


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Here's testing the bifurcation. Splitting the pcie connection to two connections using a riser card. It is a chipset feature that is supported by this asrock motherboard, among others. Don't have two nanos yet so had to test with a spare gpu that I have lying around.





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Wondering why only 1 person has posted on this...

Really interested sir, keep posting!
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