The Big Dive with Caselabs TX10-V
Nice work so far... will be watching your progress.
Experimenting with an additional 120mm radiator. Problem: when installed in this position, close to the motherboard, it made it difficult to remove the motherboard tray. I had to unmount the radiator every time I wanted to remove the motherboard tray. So, I'll not be using this radiator. I'll just install a fan here.
Thanks, guys. I'm in a hurry to bring the first phase of the project to an end. I'm already done with my cooling loop set-up - almost. I'm tidying up the cables at the moment. I'll post pictures of the current status soon.
Thinking about this.....how large is the pedestal? The floor size I mean.
Perhaps people with a 4P system could just stack pedestals on top of eachother
Only one pedestal. the other opening is the lower cooling bay of the case itself.
That's right - just one pedestal with the case. You could place another pedestal underneath if you want, but I wouldn't know what to do with the extra space seeing that the cooling ability of radiators is limited by ambient temperature. I couldn't go below ambient temperature even if I stack 4 pedestals underneath and load more MO-RA3 Pros there.
So a question looking at the rear of your case, it appears that there is a 1U 19" RM slot between the PSU mount sections and the motherboard divider plate. Is this unobstructed in the case on the PSU side? I realize that I'm unlikely to ever decide that I need a TX10 in addition to my M8, but that's really interesting. I knew you could get multiple RM slots in a top configuration but never really looked at the TX10-V (always the 'D') so didn't realize there was another possibility.
Thinking that would make one heck of a monster media server case - with 16 port switch built right in...
I'd better stop right now... I can already feel my wife looking at me funny just thinking about it.
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