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post #111 of 2861 (permalink) Old 05-04-2013, 04:51 AM
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This is my SFF Build water cooled build , 120 GB SSD , Dual Core G2020 CPU , Alphacool Rad and Pump with acrylic top

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post #112 of 2861 (permalink) Old 05-05-2013, 05:46 AM
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The main issue with the PC-Q11B and its ability to keep higher-end components (somewhat) cool seems to be the original direction of the front fan. Turn it around and surprise, instant 5-10C drop especially in CPU and HDD load temps. Side and top vent areas no longer get hot because of the hot air that my GPU dumps in the case, all the hot stuff's drawn out of the case via the 140mm front fan and an extra Gentle Typhoon in the back. The GT also prevents the PSU exhaust air from getting back in the case.
It's interesting to see how the 140mm Akasa Apache will affect overall temperatures since its manufacturer promises that the fan will push more than double the amount of air with more than double the static pressure, compared to Lian Li's CF-1410B. thinking.gif


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Node 304- 19.4L don't have photos yet.

Beautiful case, but lets a lot of the sound escape.

First rig complete and loving it! thumb.gif


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Thanks, helped me alot. This is how i will be doing the GPU fittings
This is the best way I could ind to do it without exceeding the 47-48mm limit

Looks like there shouldn't be any problems, and fyi, there's around 3cm from the gpu pcb to the psu. And 2.1cm from psu to the square vents.


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Well I got everything hooked up and windows installed. But its not finished. Most of the PSU cables and the harddrive are hanging outside of the case. Cable managment was to much of a task to finish tonight. So I figured get al my software on it, then try again tomorrow.

SFF builds are so dificult. Atleast for me. Maybe its just because its my first one:o.

SFF builds are fun biggrin.gif , but everything has to be planned ahead. You finished your build yet?

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This is my SFF Build water cooled build , 120 GB SSD , Dual Core G2020 CPU , Alphacool Rad and Pump with acrylic top smile.gif

Dimensions are 180mm x 200mm x 150mm , to top of fan , or 180mm x 200mm x 85mm to top of white acrylic that rad is on .

Its not a testbench and its got a measurable size. Its just like a normal case with an externally mounted rad. I'll add you to the club.

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Node 304- 19.4L don't have photos yet.

Beautiful case, but lets a lot of the sound escape.

Post pics when you can

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Looks like there shouldn't be any problems, and fyi, there's around 3cm from the gpu pcb to the psu. And 2.1cm from psu to the square vents. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Thanks alot, helpts alot wink.gif Now if i can sell my old 800D, GTX580 and a HX750 I can get some new hardware as the rest of the parts are going to be a server or PC for my parents smile.gif I may have to get the hardware and the case and wait with the cooling. Then i can also measure and check everything.
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Got any new pics?

Haven't had a chance to really take any, but it looks exactly like some of those "white-sheet" shots of the case in the build log... face is completely black instead of the blue.

I'm kicking around the idea of putting a 4.5" hole in the side panel and flipping the PSU (would require re-doing a couple of the power wires) to give the PSU cool air. Only issue I see with that is that the PSU currently covers half of the 120mm fan I have on the AXP-100. Right now, the air pushed from that fan goes through the PSU and exhausts. If I flipped the PSU, it would hit an abrupt wall (the PSU is actually touching the fan frame, the tolerances are so tight).

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Haven't had a chance to really take any, but it looks exactly like some of those "white-sheet" shots of the case in the build log... face is completely black instead of the blue.

I'm kicking around the idea of putting a 4.5" hole in the side panel and flipping the PSU (would require re-doing a couple of the power wires) to give the PSU cool air. Only issue I see with that is that the PSU currently covers half of the 120mm fan I have on the AXP-100. Right now, the air pushed from that fan goes through the PSU and exhausts. If I flipped the PSU, it would hit an abrupt wall (the PSU is actually touching the fan frame, the tolerances are so tight).

Thoughts?

I'll suggest not doing it mainly because of the psu fan noise. If its facing the inside, it'll help dampen some of the sound. Also, it'll help exhaust the hot air in the case.

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Didn't realize this thread existed! My new case is 20 liters, give or take a half. If it's over the limit just kick me out haha. Still working on better pics as I had to reassemble it a couple times and have a custom loop on the CPU now.

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some crappy exterior pics (Click to show)
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^terrible picture, H100 is out now (and was a little dusty)

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