Thank you kindly! :D
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed the build. :)
Just you. :p
It's a custom vinyl cut from a local shop. You'll have to come up with your own. Sorry! :(
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We partnered with MSI to produce the MSI "Seahawk" which is their version and the "Hydro GFX" is our (CORSAIR) version. These came out after this build was completed.
These fans were placed in exhaust due to the product's visibility placement. We wanted to show off the blade design. Optimally, I would place them as an intake instead for normal usage. Also, they are SP fans.
If you have any other questions, let me know!
I mentioned in another reply that I had brought them over from past builds.
Keep an eye out for my future builds. You just might get what you ask for. ;D
It was powder coated by the factor who produces these cases. So it's a sort of one-off case.
Please do and make sure you post it online for us to see! Send it to me in a PM!
Why not? There are a small handful of reverse ATX cases out there and people buy 'em up!
Sure does! I absolutely love how everything tied together!
Seeing as how I work for Corsair and I built this for the PAX East 2016 show, I'd say so.
We partnered up with MSI to utilize their 980 Ti Lightnings!
Hah, we'll see. :) There are only 6 in existence.
Thank you! It was done by our in-house photographer. ;)
These builds were meant to have a one or two games on them. So no need for a larger Force LE. As for the video card, we partnered up with MSI to utilize their 980 Ti Lightnings!
This is actually called Glass Vinyl. It is not etched and I wouldn't laser etch a polycarbonate side panel. Trust me.
Some day! Keep asking for it! :)
They sure were and a lot of our fans at the Corsair booth enjoyed it! I got a bunch of questions about it and I couldn't be happier that it was adored. :)
They were left overs from past builds.
Yes, my fans work with the mini. You don't have to have a PWM fan so 3-pin fans will work just fine. I also get speed control on all of them so it's not a problem at all. Good luck!
It really depends. Most likely not, but if you happen to have a thinner radiator and it doesn't obstruct or get obstructed by the 240mm radiator, then by all means go for it.
I will be doing a test soon enough so hopefully I remember to contact you about this. If I forget, hit me up in a month or so and I'll let you know.
It appears that 38mm is the largest you can feasibly fit in there.
Yes, I filled the loop through one of the many ports on it. Supposedly, you were able to buy additional panels for the Core V1, but never did I find one. You technically could've purchased two more panels with the windows on them and placed them in the other sides. Again, was not able to find them so I scrapped this build. :(
Yes, the NH-L9i will most certainly fit! You'll just have to be weary of fitment issues. It changes with different motherboards. With how small this thing is, it shouldn't be a problem for you. Happy building and make sure to send me pictures of your finished build! :)
Yeah man, it'll work! However, for an easier time building, I'd highly recommend a CLC in this case. Air coolers are a bit of a bother to throw into this case and you already have to worry about the cooler height.
No please, don't do that.
Also you know you can remove the H75's ring right? Use a plastic knife. You wouldn't have had to tape off the ring. :p
I uh.... I just forced it in there. :( I can't condone anyone to try it but I did so at my own risk and with the permission of my client and I managed to make it fit. It's really up to you though.
Yes you certainly can. This was just a build I did and you can definitely use it as a guideline for your build.
How much more "normal" do you want? I mean, you see them plugged in, that's basically what you see.
Here is an album of the majority of my publicized work. Go nuts: https://lavins.imgur.com/
Thank you! :D
Haha, those aren't zip ties. They're actually custom made acrylic Cable Combs. They're meant for custom sleeving so you'll need to de-pin your cables.
Drill 4 holes in the bottom of the case and secure the pump.
Dang bro, all these compliments make me DTF for sure.
Haha, you can achieve this level of cable management too! There are a few cable management videos around. ;)
Thank you, and indeed it would. However, I did this build to show off the new HG10 N780s. :) Keep an eye out in a few months, I think you'll like my new fully watercooled build. :)
Turns out it wasn't the weight of the cards, but the actual H75 brackets. They're causing the card to bend.
I had a Corsair SSD in there just for the show, but once I got home, I installed my drives.
Thank you! :)