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post #2501 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-11-2016, 08:37 PM
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They're spaced right for a 240mm, yes.

And correct, no 3.5" slot, but it can handle two 2.5" drives and has a large enough hole for an M.2 on the back of the MB.

They are spaced for 240mm, but depending on the radiator you choose, the area with the ports may interfere either with the I/O panel on the front or the large-ish AC power connector in the back. (Pic for reference) If that happens, you'll have to drill some offset holes to get the radiator to fit completely.

More important would be chopping up the middle separator to even get tubes to it in the first place I'd think.

What you're saying is mostly irrelevant; fans fit fine with the AC adapter there, and just go frame -> fans -> rad with 90* fittings above the rad, one of them a T fitting for a fill port. Problem solved. It's cooling an APU, you don't need a 68mm rad and deltas. A slim rad and/or fans should be fine with a 240.

I'm more interested on where in the hell he'll put a res/pump. tongue.gif

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post #2502 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-11-2016, 09:05 PM
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Just letting you all know corsair sfx psu's are out now, and a 92mm fan too smile.gif
https://www.ple.com.au/Products/623484/Corsair-SF600-600W-80PLUS-Gold-Modular-SFX-Power-Supply
Come in 450w and 600w


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Just letting you all know corsair sfx psu's are out now, and a 92mm fan too smile.gif
https://www.ple.com.au/Products/623484/Corsair-SF600-600W-80PLUS-Gold-Modular-SFX-Power-Supply
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Same size as Silverstone ones. Gold rated also. But with a 92mm fan insteas of 80mm like the silverstone :-D


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A sub 10L case that can fit up to 240mm rad? I can't think of any that is possible without modding, but the Node 202 case comes real close at 10.2 liters.

Since you want an APU build you could just use the entire GPU compartment of the case for the radiator and fans, and should fit no problem as long as the total thickness doesn't exceed 75mm. But you'll need to drill holes inside the case in order to mount the radiator and fans in place.

Then i need to build myself a case from Lego.
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Lian Li TU-100 maybe. Jonsbo C2 is close and can support a 120 or 140mm fan.
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Some Actual Pictures of my Sharkoon SHARK ZONE C10:

Fits an Enermax Liqmax II 240 with a bit of Modding.






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Some Actual Pictures of my Sharkoon SHARK ZONE C10:

Fits an Enermax Liqmax II 240 with a bit of Modding.


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Digging the paint job. What did you use?


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Digging the paint job. What did you use?

For the GPU first simply hot glue to add this structure/3D-effect, then i painted the glue with yellow spray paint (glossy). For the Case i used only spray paint (except in a few places on the sidepanel)
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Here's a blast from the past for you guys :

Does anyone know if the MSI low-profile GTX 750ti comes with a low-profile bracket?

If it doesn't, does anyone know of a compatible one?

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It does. Two in fact - one for VGA and one for the DVI and HDMI. VGA is on a ribbon cable so it can be removed entirely.

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