I know this is an old thread, but what water block did you use on the GPU here? I've also got the Red Dragon in the T1, and I've been using the stock cooler because all the blocks I looked at seemed to be a millimeter or 3 too tall.
Would love to be able to get the whole thing on liquid.
I just... I want all of them. This is so cool ?.
EDIT: I think if I *had* to choose, I'd probably go with Gunmetal 2 tone, or straight black.
I feel like there's gonna be a market for spare panels in all the colours.
Ahh right. Your LT240 backplate is perhaps a chonky thing like this?
This is the Corsair backplate. It certainly looks a lot thinner by these photos...
I've spent my entire Saturday staring at photos like these, in the hope that I can figure out whether the gear I want to buy is going to fit ?
Thanks! Now I'm trying to eyeball it from pictures I've found online ?
The actual material the backplate is made of certainly looks thinner than 3mm. But if we include those risers between the PCB and the backplate in the 'thickness', then it looks less certain ?.
Does this thing look like...
I was staring so hard at @heckinwoofer's build photos so hard that this completely slipped my mind. I can see the PCIe connector is near the top in those shots. You're right, and that's awesome! Thanks!
This little case is so very sweet.
I'm nerding out about gfx card size now ?. I'm looking to use an AIO (like a Corsair h50 for example) mounted at the top of the case, exhausting.
I've also been eyeing some of the quieter 3 slot 5700 xt cards, like the PowerColor Red Devil. According to the spec sheet, it's 132mm high. Will...
So I'm new to water-cooling; would you say this is going to be a problem generally with 120mm AIOs? I've been dreaming about a 3 slot gfx card in this case and something like a Corsair h55 on the CPU (9900K). Would kind of like a simple w/c setup to start with.