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fabio

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Do I read the data sheet correctly?

Having the case flipped and using the LT 240 a graphics card can still be up to 140mm in height?

@fabio
Did you measure the dimensions of the pump/reservoir combination you are using?
In case you already postet length and width and hight of the combination I'm sorry for asking...
Which one? :D
 

gwertheim

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That's is true, I know of some local manufacturers here in the UK. Would it be a plan to try and get say 50 unit made and shipped to people in Europe and America ?

Thanks again,

This pandemic has hit alot of companies hard.
@Wahaha360 is the boss, he can answer that question.

Based on what I am hearing, shipping is also backlogged too.

Until everything calms down, I wouldn't count on anything besides some good entertainment, a good meal, bad news until maybe July and a nice bottle of scotch to make us forget this shit storm.
 

Cronos83

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Which one? :D
The DC-LT with the mounted reservoir.
I can't find the combined outer dimensions... the pump goes into the reservoir if I'm not mistaking, so I can not simply ad the thickness of pump and reservoir...

I'm asking because I was wondering whether that combination would fit in the graphics card section in 3 Slot mode with a short 17cm or 19cm itx graphics card.
Or maybe even with a 24cm long card...

If I had a case I would check myself, but... yeah you know :D
 

fabio

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fabio

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The DC-LT with the mounted reservoir.
I can't find the combined outer dimensions... the pump goes into the reservoir if I'm not mistaking, so I can not simply ad the thickness of pump and reservoir...

I'm asking because I was wondering whether that combination would fit in the graphics card section in 3 Slot mode with a short 17cm or 19cm itx graphics card.
Or maybe even with a 24cm long card...

If I had a case I would check myself, but... yeah you know :D
So, the Reservoir https://www.aquatuning.co.uk/water-...24196/alphacool-eisstation-40-dc-lt-reservoir

plus the pump https://www.aquatuning.co.uk/water-...ool-dc-lt-2600-ultra-low-noise-ceramic-12v-dc

mounted have total dimensions: 60x40x47mm
 

max31092

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@fabio
Thank you for your insight on the dimensions für the 2,5".
Just ordered the 5TB Seagate. I hope I'll soon be able to get a case and can test if it fits.
 

fabio

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@fabio
Thank you for your insight on the dimensions für the 2,5".
Just ordered the 5TB Seagate. I hope I'll soon be able to get a case and can test if it fits.
Cool!! I can give you the rough space tomorrow! I just have to measure the thread space 👌🏼
 

eozef

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Hey there, is there any chance that I could get one, I am from Sydney, Australia. Cheers
 

tinyitx

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Hey there, is there any chance that I could get one, I am from Sydney, Australia. Cheers
Not just no chance from Sydney, Australia but from the rest of the world as well.

As the cases are manufactured in China, the current stock is available through QQ to people in China as the postal system is pretty much so screwed up that delivery to other country means extensive delay. And according to posters in Chiphell, ordering through QQ has been suspended last week as an inventory check is being carried out, perhaps wanting to confirm if the stock is enough cover the 300+ orders placed through QQ.

Do not feel bad. Relax and plan your T1v1.1 in the meantime.
 

eozef

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Not just no chance from Sydney, Australia but from the rest of the world as well.

As the cases are manufactured in China, the current stock is available through QQ to people in China as the postal system is pretty much so screwed up that delivery to other country means extensive delay. And according to posters in Chiphell, ordering through QQ has been suspended last week as an inventory check is being carried out, perhaps wanting to confirm if the stock is enough cover the 300+ orders placed through QQ.

Do not feel bad. Relax and plan your T1v1.1 in the meantime.
what a shame. I will take that I guess.
 

kazuma86

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Jan 12, 2020
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Not just no chance from Sydney, Australia but from the rest of the world as well.

As the cases are manufactured in China, the current stock is available through QQ to people in China as the postal system is pretty much so screwed up that delivery to other country means extensive delay. And according to posters in Chiphell, ordering through QQ has been suspended last week as an inventory check is being carried out, perhaps wanting to confirm if the stock is enough cover the 300+ orders placed through QQ.

Do not feel bad. Relax and plan your T1v1.1 in the meantime.
Yup, try to join over 4 days, No approve at ll. I think i will be wait and hope this situation going better ASAP.
 

tyen

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Dec 17, 2018
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Anyone have any thoughts about how to go about mounting this 120x15mm fan over the motherboard?

In the photo it's mounted on a old 3d printed base I made for an older project. I don't have that 3d printer any more but am thinking that it may make sense to design one specifically for this case.

 

Cronos83

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Mar 13, 2020
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Anyone have any thoughts about how to go about mounting this 120x15mm fan over the motherboard?
Maybe you can attach a piece of wood to the 3d printed fan mounting bracket. Than somehow use the ventilation holes in the bottom of the case to mount the wood... like a stand for the fan bracket....

Or maybe a L-shaped metal bracket that can be attached to the fan bracket and the ventilation holes of the case...

...or... wait for it.... zip ties 😁