What does "slightly" mean? How much would you have to increase the dimensions to make it fit?
If you had the gigabyte 1070 mini bykski makes a block that will fit it with a little modding. Just have to shave some acrylic off one side. Which isn't part of the cooling plate.Ordered an AM4 bracket for my Asetek pump! Hopefully it fits my pump model! I am still waiting on my HDplex riser and need to figure something out for the water block for the GPU. I am thinking of the EK Theromosphere but it is just very expensive for a GPU die block only...
Hey Zack, what cable length did you use for your G-Unique PSU?
Sadly, I would probably do it but my wife would kill me LOL.So an update on plans moving forward....
By this weekend I hope to have all the parts I need to actually build my PC inside prototype one. If that happens I can then run tests on the case in terms of temperatures and airflow to make sure the design is sound. If everything checks out with prototype one I will order a production candidate frame and side panels in order to ensure my stiffening modifications work and to test a different side panel material. I do plan on selling prototype one at about half retail cost if someone would be interested in it and if it passes the full pc test. We are looking at about another 2-3 weeks before full "production" can be started on the retail version.
What a Ryzen air-cooled APU system would look like installed in the case!
Just finished bench testing my components and thankfully nothing is DOA! I have also receive everything I need to fully construct prototype one! That will be happening this weekend! With any luck, I should have some initial impressions of a fully built and water-cooled system for you by Monday!
That is looking crazy good. Do you think you'll switch to hardline tubing later?
true that, Id say give the fractal kelvin a look see id say itd be your best bet honestly less hassle with the possibilities of leaksI most likely will since flex line is proving to be a real pain.... Well I got some good news and bad news.... Good news is that I managed to fit everything in and bleeded the system.. Bad news is I had a leak around the water pump which got right into the motherboard.... Operation is intermittent so I'm going to let it dry out over night and with any amount of luck it will be working tomorrow.... The coolant is suppose to be non conductive/low conductive so I think that is the only thing that has kept the board from getting completely fried...
Water cooling sucks sometimes.... Haha