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post #11 of 62 (permalink) Old 03-31-2012, 12:54 PM
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Subbed. Cant wait to see how it turns out smile.gif

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post #12 of 62 (permalink) Old 04-01-2012, 04:22 AM
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Holy ... , That looks even smaller directly from the side.
Realy cant wait to see the mad stuff you have in mind for that ^^

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Wow, im surprised the PSU fits by the processor. I like the case, but im interested on how the build is going to turn out. >_>
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Got some stuff to play with for fitment:
IMAG0030.jpg

Low profile 2X120mm radiator specifically designed for low-cfm fans, XSPC RS240 Rev 2
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Universal mounting brackets which I may or may not use, figured I'd at least give them a shot:
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Template for cutting the case:
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Low-Profile silent waterpump, the upper portion was out of stock but I believe it is available now, I mostly just need ideas on mounting and location. Anyone familiar with this pump? Alphacool DC-LT Ceramic. I am wondering if 350 l/h is a high enough flow rate.
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And insulating mounts for the pump, to further ensure a very low overall noise level, I don't want this computer to be any louder than a low hum:
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Radiator just barely fits in there.

The reservoir portion is perfectly placed to clear the mount for the front panel jacks:
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It isn't quite as tight to the cards as the picture makes it look, but it will be with water hookups:
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With the radiator in place, the psu has to be slid in from the front, not enough room to install it from the side. Not certain how it will go with the larger water-cooled cards in there. I may be able to install the cards and connect the tubing, then install the radiator from the bottom and tube it, then install the PSU through the front.
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You may be able to place the radiators on the other side of this:

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I think that'll fit better? Not sure.. Just trying to help ^^
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Behind the fans wouldn't be a bad sport for it, but the GTX680 is long enough it will probably touch the back of the fan frames. With the 560's there is enough room I could maybe manage that configuration.

Here is a shot of the backside of the fan bracket:
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Behind the fans wouldn't be a bad sport for it, but the GTX680 is long enough it will probably touch the back of the fan frames. With the 560's there is enough room I could maybe manage that configuration.
Here is a shot of the backside of the fan bracket:
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If the 560's is a "non-ti" version, they're the same length as a 680.
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If the 560's is a "non-ti" version, they're the same length as a 680.

They are non-ti's, but they're only 8.25 inches long. The 680 is showing just over 10 inches according to newegg listings.
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