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Case Mod - In Progress Icy Blue Angel II

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by snef, 6 Jun 2014.

  1. snef

    snef New Member

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    some Cables done, like it clean like that

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  2. Thorn

    Thorn Gaijin Studios

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    love it
     
  3. Kerroin

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    Wow man, that's a very clean case!

    I love the color scheme!
     
  4. onevoicewild

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    Great photo's of a beautiful build, The Fuzzy would approve!
     
  5. snef

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    Thanks Guys


    Leak test

    90% of cables are done


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  6. Bartacus

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    Money! :jawdrop: Snef, is there a 240 rad in the bottom compartment? Kinda hard to tell from the pics.
     
  7. montymole

    montymole Rigid Tubist

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    I can say yes for Snef its a 240 rad for sure


    And So nice to see this with the coolant in it so nice love it as always :)
     
  8. Ace_finland

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    looks great!
     
  9. snef

    snef New Member

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    yep Bart,Monty is right a 240 on bottom and a 360 on top

    i really like rad outside of the case
     
  10. Bartacus

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    That must be an awfully slim rad, or those compartments are thicker than they look in pics!
     
  11. onevoicewild

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    Probably an EK - Coolstream PE - I have some 480's and they cool like crazy. I like how the Rad is hidden. Very special case.
     
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    Parge the worst Super Moderator

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    Wow, that is absolutely jizztacular.

    What you thinking in terms of lighting?
     
  13. snef

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    thanks

    we can put a 34mm thick rad with the cover or thicker if you remove the cover

    for lightning....
    fan are blue led to keep the color accent
    and will have white led strip
     
  14. montymole

    montymole Rigid Tubist

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    I put mine on the inside but It was purely aesthetics as it was working better when I was test fitting and looking at the options, bottom line you can use a number of ways if only 1 GPU then a thicker rad can be used either 240 or 360 as you can have it with the 360 at the bottom as I did :)
     
  15. Mike Silver

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    Realy nice build!!! I love how clean it looks.
    I was just wondering why all you fan are extracting and the case doesn't seem to have a lot of ventilation exept from the fan's mount. So from were does your rad take some fresh air?
     
  16. montymole

    montymole Rigid Tubist

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    the case has very large hexagons as the vents top and bottom and has plenty of airflow even with quiet fans :)
     
  17. Mike Silver

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    Sorry, I misspoke. My point is that all the fan are extracting air and the only ventilation on the case are the ones were the radiator and fan's are mounted. So with the side panel on the air as not a lot of ventilation to get some air in.
    It might only be for an aesthetic purpose and I must say it look's really nice!
     
  18. perplekks45

    perplekks45 LIKE AN ANIMAL!

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    Love the colours and clean lines! :thumb:
     
  19. snef

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    Thanks


    I've made a lot of testing with fan in exhaust, intake , 3 in and 3 out all in and all out

    and never see over 2c difference,
    I choose aesthetic first, I hate the back of a fan, its just so ugly
    and don't see any real improvement, I put them all to see the best looking side :thumb:
     
  20. snef

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    some asked me for some photos with panel ;)

    final shots really soon

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