- Feb 11, 2020
Idk if this sounds stupid or not considering youre 3d printing it. But if you were to cnc it you could route the tube on top of the case with copper tubing and fitting and it could act as a handle, but im not sure of the rigidity. Ive also contemplated of a similar build but i lack the modeling knowledge. What if you rotate the radiator 90 degrees and use thick 25mm fans, granted youd lose airflow in the case. Not sure how much air circulation mobo, vram requires. Would also help with the tubing inside case.
Case looks sick tho ,definetly on my follow list
Thanks for the appreciation!
I have a version in mind where the rad is turned sideways in case I want to support full length GPUs, but I don't see how it can help with the tubing, because the radiator outlets will be on one side, so either motherboard or GPU will now need 2 tubes to get from the other side.
Once I get the current layout printed, I will play with the actual components in order to check the possible tube routes. Maybe I will have an option to downsize back, but currently I'm at about 5.5L (not counting case feet).