Just sharing my simplified step files for the st20 140 and 280 variant
Based off these sheets.
Hello everyone. I am very excited to introduce to you the Artesian Pluto SFF case. Born right here on SFF network and formerly known as the Knarr, we have optimized the design to make it production friendly and believe it is finally ready to be revealed.
November 14 2022 UPDATE
As some of you...
I was planning on making a FormD T1 Watercooled build, already got most of the parts but then I hit some compatibility issues regarding space. My original plan was to just keep my 3080 TUF aircooled, but after careful inspection, I figured out that I don't have space to put my...
For my RCC-THIN1 thin mini ITX case I was looking for different cooling solutions when I came up with the idea to make it water cooled. Unfortunately I did not find any affordable radiator which would fit my case design. Finally I came up with the idea to build my own radiator out of aluminum...
This was designed as a liquid cooling oriented case with the capability of supporting a full custom liquid cooling loop, a 240mm radiator, or potentially two 120mm radiators for hybrid cooled GPUs + cpu AIO configurations.
This is the update to an existing prototype that you may...
Because testing is restarting from the beginning, I'm creating a separate thread to address the new Shoot-Out, but you can still find the old results on the old thread.
I'll be posting links to graphs for the new results once the video goes live.
E01 - ID-Cooling IS-40 v3
Has anyone tried to swap out a AIO Cooler head pump with tubes, from a bigger radiator to a 92 mm Alphacool Radiator, to fit in one of your systems? Or do I have to learn everything I can about "Custom watercooling" and spend hundreds of $?
I'm using a Ncase M1
It didn't took me long, but a huge amount of brainstorm to get an upgraded version of this project, now it's named CLDS referring Clundus, a random name that also took me long to generate :)
Disclaimer: I don't own this design
As you can see, the drawing is much better, and the tilted GPU...
I'm very slowly dreaming about a watercooled SFF. Love the stuff shown on the forums and elsewhere, but I keep wondering if fan clearance matters. Sometimes I see a radiator setup with 15mm fans where 25mm could fit. Both are obviously tight, but how much intake clearance do you really need...
So I’ve been toying around with an idea/design for a simple 240mm external radiator. The goal would be an anodized black matte aluminum case, custom integrated acrylic reservoir block, ddc pump, 240mm slim radiator, room for 2 25mm 120mm fans.
Why so small? Well I’m hoping to have something...
I currently own A4-SFX. I would like to put "NZXT KRAKEN X42" in A4-SFX. I am going to replace AIO 's radiator with 92mm. Will it work out?
I own the A4 Window Panel. Because KRAKEN X42 is tall, it will hit the panel. But I have a solution. The picture is a Japanese Build. Nice...
Hi geeks, :)
Do you guys have some experience with FULL-Aluminium liquid loops (obviously part-alu loops won't give good experience given the galvanic corrosion :))
I mean for example kits like EK A240G ?
I'm interested in radiator's weight, which is expected (and stated) to be much lower than...
Near new, used for measurements, never actually installed or turned on. Comes with box and accessories.
I bought these from Newegg for measurements, then the company sent me a set, so now I have duplicate sets, hoping to find them new owner.
Free shipping included for US. Will not ship...
Let me relay here an info @Wahaha360 published in the [H] forum:
The world's thinnest available PC radiators at just 20.5 mm thick
Available in 120mm, 240mm, 360mm and 480mm sizes.
build in Solidworks 2017.
I tried to upload the Solidwork files but seems the files are too big.
As the title would indicate, I'd like to know the exact hole spacings (and also diameter) of the mounting holes for a 140 mm fan/rad. I'm looking into making a small-ish AIO that needs a 75x75mm to 140x10mm adapter. But given the width and height of the fan itself is 140x100 the mounting holes...
So im busy with setting up a test bench to test delitting on different 115x cpus with Thermal Grizzlys Conductenaut and the RocketCool custom Copper IHS.
Now for testing I bought a Asetek 545LC directly from their shop. But it has some damage to the fins in the rad. Now I don't know if...
I was wondering; does anyone know whether its better to have a thick radiator, something like ~35mm, coupled with a 15mm slim fan, or does it pay more dividends to couple a ~25mm with a 25mm fan? I'm working with 57mm's of space...
I'm open for other cooling suggestions aswell!