Originally Posted by Nebacanezer
I cannot believe you have all that squeezed into that case lol. This build has intrigued me if nothing else
I like trying to stuff as much stuff as I can in there without making it unwieldy or useless, I've found you can get a good bit of power into a nice small chassis without ending up with a temperamental overheating machine. Although, every little change is a considerable undertaking. Re-routing a wire a swapping a memory stick takes some time.
I've decided I'm going to add a second radiator, in the upper rear:
I should be able to squeeze a single 120mm in there, what I have to decide on is if I want to choose a narrow one and attach a fan to it, or a large one and just let it vent out. I was also wrestling with the idea of a reservoir, this will replace that. I'm going to find a radiator with multiple fittings on it, and connect one to a fillport on the top of the chassis. Hopefully this will give me a nice loop that will be easy to keep air out of, and easy to fill.
My current plan is to have my two fans blowing air In to the radiator, into the front of the case. Idea being that the coldest possible air is being passed across the radiator surface. The rear radiator may suffer a bit but hopefully not bad. This case does have a lot of airflow built in, the underside and rear is all perforated:
I am also wracking my brains to figure out how I can fit this pump:
I would really like to use that pump due to it's ability to stand alone and regulate the entire cooling system. Once I am setup, I want to be confident I perform a fresh install of windows and not need any additional software. Having a pump that can regulate based on water temps would be great. I may, just may, be able to squeeze this along the side, but not really sure yet.