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post #2051 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-09-2015, 08:28 AM
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Here's my Core 500 build. Filled up quite nicely and just under 20 liters.




More pics here - http://pcpartpicker.com/b/4hzMnQ
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post #2052 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-09-2015, 09:22 AM
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65c? Thats hot my i5 3570k @ 4.7Ghz and GTX 770 are in one loop using an expanded swiftech h220. GPU never gets that hot...barely ever breaks 50c. cpu after a good few hours gaming sits hig 50's to low 60's. Thats is a 240mm rad but its cooling both cpu and gpu. theres a thread somwhere where a guy uses a single ( but really thick) 80mm rad

That's what the point is. If he's going for a single 120, then I think 65 is a good estimate for both the cpu and GPU. You do get a bit more headroom with that 240, as your numbers prove very easily.

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Any reason you went ATX over mATX or just already had the board?
well for the layout I'm using mATX would not reduce the volume anyway as the GPU is take the space under the CPU cooler so I thought might as well fit a full board in there
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Quite nice layout with a single GPU, but did it really have to be that one? I'd rather have seen a less beefy cooler but 16L than the one you chose with 18L. Tastes differ, though, and full ATX SFF rigs are always nice to see. And I guess if you're focused on overclocking, a larger cooler isn't necessarily a bad thing.
When I built the 16L I planned on using a G1 card but couldnt find a good deal on it, got this card for 570, on the stock bios it easily boosts past 1500mhz, gotta accomodate my wallet too!
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Urh, ATX is pretty hard. The smallest commercial case for ATX is the RM series by Jonsbo, each of them are ~21.5L.
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Do you guys think a 120mm radiator would be enough for a GTX 970 and 4690k at stock clock for light gaming(diablo 3 and cs go)? Thinking about moving one of my rigs into the GEEEK Max I recently purchase but It only fits a 120mm radiator.

will be fine. im doing a slight overclocked i7 3770 @ 4.2ghz with a stock clocked 970 on a single XSPC EX120.

fyi a standard non K skylake i5 / i7 is 65w

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That's what the point is. If he's going for a single 120, then I think 65 is a good estimate for both the cpu and GPU. You do get a bit more headroom with that 240, as your numbers prove very easily.
I was just saying, for gpu heat only, 65c is damn hot being water cooled


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I was just saying, for gpu heat only, 65c is damn hot being water cooled

Ah, I guess I misunderstood. Never mind then smile.gif

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post #2058 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-10-2015, 06:27 PM - Thread Starter
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Can I join the Club a third time biggrin.gif ? My Chieftec UNI BT-02B-U3 is arrived today.

I have collected the informations for you, hope this helps you a little bit.
The exact capacity is ~ 9.55L, I rounded it.
Chieftec UNI BT-02B-U3
135 x 295 x 240mm / 9.6L
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There are also versions with 180W SFX (Called Chieftec UNI BT-02B, with slightly different design) and 350W SFX PSUs.

A bunch of pictures in the spoiler

Added. Thanks for compiling the info. This is your 3rd SFF case, correct?
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So I custom cooled my sub 15L PC here is some pics:

Here is the leak test!
Shot of the side, there will be a window here eventually...



So unfortunately I had to put the fans on the top as I didn't think far enough ahead to make the CPU>GPU pipe long enough to go around outside the case. So the case was 14.9L, it now takes up around 16.9L (still SFF, just) but I reckon if I get a few more rotaries and tubing it should fit inside the case as I don't want to be without these fans!
Hope someone is interested!

Nice! Added your 2nd link. If you don't like the external fans, you could put the fans under the radiator in a pull configuration.
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Currently working on a 18L full ATX scratch build if anyone is interested! It was 16L but the zotac 980 ti card was wayyyyy too big.

It's running a delidded 6600k fully overclocked with a raijintek pallas (way too underrated) with no temp problems whatsoever.
The theme of the build is SFF with no compromises with full/over sized components, and the thermal headroom to go HAM with the OC's


that was when it was still 16L, and would fit pretty much any card except the zotac monster and the strix DCU3 (I fitted a windforce in that but didnt take pictures...)

log here: http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=293240
do note that my MB is currently on its way to RMA...

Looking good! I'm still not sure you'll be attaching the sidepanels
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Here's my Core 500 build. Filled up quite nicely and just under 20 liters.


More pics here - http://pcpartpicker.com/b/4hzMnQ

Added. Its amazing a D15 fits in there.

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Added. Thanks for compiling the info. This is your 3rd SFF case, correct?
Nice! Added your 2nd link. If you don't like the external fans, you could put the fans under the radiator in a pull configuration.
Looking good! I'm still not sure you'll be attaching the sidepanels
Added. Its amazing a D15 fits in there.

What do you mean? I’ve already started drawing them out with fan mounts!
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Nice! Added your 2nd link. If you don't like the external fans, you could put the fans under the radiator in a pull configuration.

Unfortunately there isnt enough space between the GPU block and where the fans would be for tubing to run through so I'll order some more rotaries and tubing when I have the time to do a full empty and rebuild!

EDIT: Next update will also probably include: new ram (higher capacity and a bit faster; maybe some slim 80/92mm fans as further intakes on the GPU or back side (if anyone can recommend me some); a window on the front side panel which is normally facing me; and a LED strip somewhere

Beyond that I would love to get rid of the Eisberg block and the 8/11mm fittings (they were 80p each on sale so couldn't resist) but thats for the really long term!
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