trthskr4Cool project. Wish I had one of those 1080 Ti's though.
notfordmanVery cool project CoolGTX. I like how Thermaltake has stepped up their products. I'm curious on how you will solve the hose issue. Guess I'll just have to stay tuned, huh?
bcavnaughNice!Where did you find them clear acrylic blocks for the Fans?
MSimWhen i read RGB Bling, i was expecting you did this lol
Cool GTXnotfordmanVery cool project CoolGTX. I like how Thermaltake has stepped up their products. I'm curious on how you will solve the hose issue. Guess I'll just have to stay tuned, huh? Sandwiching the front intake fan between two clear acrylic blocks to hold the FTW3 Radiators far enough back in the case to work with the stock hoses. Figuring-out how to bolt it all together was a little tricky.
Cool GTXLike I said earlier; Phobia blocks are on the small side for the ID - so not perfect airflow, but it works. I did not want to "open up" the clear blocks as they would become cloudy I have since gutted an additional fan per radiator, to add even more of a step back and relieve any pressure on the hoses. I need to update the photos Currently: 25mm spacer (old fan gutted), Phobia block, new fan, Phobia block, Radiator, & fan Best to have matching fans. I'm pressurizing the radiator with the front fan pushing a little more CFM