Because of the mounting mechanism is not the same, it will be a choice you have to make at purchase. But for performance and low noise levels I highly recomend the D5.Will there be an adapter included to switch between a ddc / D5 pump or will the choice have to be made on purchase?
Thank you @OrganX12 we really appriciate it! To France it will be easy to ship
Thank you man! Yeah it'll got some simple feet to raise the case for better airflow under it.Had to make an account just to say this looks amazing! Will definitely be looking to grab one if/when it releases as it seems like an ITX custom loop dream case.
One small thing to note however, is that the bottom intake does seem quite close to the ground, but I'm sure you've got something figured out for that already.
Keep up the great work! Excited to see how this progresses.
Thanks mate! Unique things are the bestI don't see how I didn't see this thread before, but this is some fantastic work (loving Fusion 360 yet?).
This is honestly a work of art. I'm loving the style across the entire thing.
Having a unified look with such a (may I say) nonstandard front is a near impossible thing, and I'm saying this from my own design experience, which really isn't much.
I am going to be watching this thread.
I think 65mm is the space you have in each side. You can use 15mm slim fans with max.50mm rads, and 25mm normal fans with max.40mm rads. So HWLabs rads are not supported. They are 54,7mm wide which is way to much. The case supports 2x240 or slimmer 2x280 rads.What size of rads it will support? Two 240/280, one top and one buttom? And will be supported HWLabs rads? Because they much wider then others.