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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby HELLFIRETOYZ » Tue Nov 10, 2009 6:31 am

Well, I got in a modding mood lastnight and decided to just rebuild the entire rig again. I decided to make two loops instead of one. Using Koolance's BKT-HX003BK, I mounted a dual radiator to the floor of the PC and added in a second RP-1000. I'm also replacing my ancient 8800GT's with a fresh pair of GTX285's (which will be for sale if anyone is interested :D ). These two cards will be on the new loop. Also in the plan's is a temp probe network. I'll be adding some more pictures of the build tonight.
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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby oldbrave » Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:56 am

Well I guess you could call this a "Factory Mod', I'm not really into side windows.

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby Roomraider » Sun Nov 29, 2009 12:11 pm

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby Izerous » Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:39 pm

Have not put back in any lights yet, along with a few mods they are part of a to-do list. But everything is up and running. Have some wires to clean up still and a few hoses to tweak but going to wait till I have used it for a bit to see if i need to swap out any of the fans that came with the case etc.

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby Knuckles6 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:49 pm

I just updated my systme and did away with the Exos 2.

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I still have a few things to do befor it's finished but I needed to use it first.

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby bambihunter » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:40 pm

Hey knuckles, I have been looking at one of those cases also. Can you tell if that top part would be easy to take off?
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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby Knuckles6 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:14 pm

If you mean that top raised section, it's part of the top plate for the case. Lian-Li does make a flat top for the case already cut for two fans. You can find that on there web page for the case under accessories. Top itself is just held on with four screws. But finding that flat top is a bit harder. Performance-PCs had it in stock for a while but there out now. Can't remember the name of the second place I found it at.

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby bambihunter » Wed Dec 23, 2009 9:33 am

Cool, thanks. I thought that would be an excellent case for a thick 4x120 or 3x140mm radiator if the top comes off.
That, along with a 2x120 or so radiator in the front behind those fans on the front panel and I'd be set. I wonder if those front fans seal well enough to the case to put a 5 1/4" bay adapted radiator?
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RP-980
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2 CHC-122
MVR-100
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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby Knuckles6 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:24 pm

The PSU is in the top of the cases but you can buy an adaptor to move it back about 3 or 4". I have seen one P-80 with a 3x120 rad in the front and a 2x120 on the bottom of the case. But it was on another forum. Otherwise the top of the case is flat on the inside. Only one opening in that raised part, its only the opening for the top fan.

Almost forgot the front door has seals on both sides of the door running up the height of the door, bottom and top have overhangs so its sealed but I wouldn't say how good. Plus the fans are low speed fans. Could be changed for faster ones.

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Postby bambihunter » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:39 pm

Very good information Knuckles. It sounds like that case has moved up my list and is now in my top 5 for the next build. Thanks for the feedback and you've got a nice build there. :ugeek:
PC5-1336BK
PSU-1300ATX
2 VID-NX295S
2 RP-1000
RP-980
CPU-350AC
2 CHC-122
MVR-100
AMD 955BE, 6 250gb in RAID0, 8GB OCZ Flex 1200, 2 EVGA GTX295 FTW's. Loop 1: CPU & quad GPU's. Loop 2: PS to 120mm to NB/SB/Vreg's to dual 80mm rad/fans


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