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Needless to say the case industry has evolved a lot in the past decade. We went from appreciating fan mounts on side panels and full black interiors, to clean acrylic windows, to loving tempered glass, going too far with temper glass, and going back to the basics with mesh airflow.
The user experience with cases has gotten a lot better, we have many more options to choose from in terms of colors, sizes, water cooling potential, airflow potential, mobility. Obviously cases evolve to fit our hardware needs, our visual preferences, and our styles, so there have been some substantial changes.
As a result, we wanted to look back at the past 10 years to see how the best cases of the decade have shaped where we are today. Starting with the Corsair D, it was the definition of elegance in a super tower. Clean lines, aluminum elements push-to-release side panels, a large window, full black interior with hot-swap base, proper chamber separations for PSU, and support for a mm radiator up top.
It was also the case that put Corsair in the spotlight because of their innovations, but that would eventually backfire because of their lazy designs. Do you remember the Thermaltake Level 10? It eventually evolved to the Level 20 that had a similar design DNA. The Cooler Master has a special place in my heart. It was because of the Hardware Canucks review that I bought that case and it was my very first gaming tower.
They got so many things right in terms of exterior mesh design, the full black interior, the size was perfect for a mid-tower, it was built very well, priced well, and looked like a big leap forward compared to traditional mid-towers at the time, like the Antec The Corsair T with a curvy exterior, swappable side panels for mesh or acrylic, modular hard drive cages that became the standard based off of this design, and awesome cable management layout with a ton of rubber grommets.
The snail shape enclosure housed a full ATX motherboard and power supply, probably had better cooling than most cases ofand the only equivalent in terms of a case weirdness today is coming from InWin with their ridiculous plastic laundry bin cases and absolutely gorgeous 3D printed abstract shells. Nevertheless, the modding community still loved it. The NZXT Phantom also made a strong impression with properly utilized interior space with modular sections, removable 5.
Probably the last popular and somewhat decent BitFenix enclosure is the Prodigy, with that unique small box design and flexible handles. The interior supported ATX power supplies and long graphics cards. They even launched a new one recently, the Vector RS, with strange exterior design choices. If you need the Fractal Design case, get the R5 or the R6.
The case of the year for was Phanteks Enthoo Primo. It really put the company on track to dominate from a features perspective. Ever since the Primo, we have had fantastic focus on user experience from Phanteks. This was their first case ever too, with many of the features trickling down into lower-tier SKUs. The most recent Enthoo Luxe 2 or the Enthoo is a reminder how good design can last for years.Final NCASE M1 Build - Fully Watercooled
In we had a massive fail streak. This includes the Cooler Master HAF Stacker, cool concept but terrible execution, with poor space optimization and worthless modules on their own.Forums New posts Search forums. New posts New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. Log in Register.
Until one game did use the CPU more than any other game before, which resulted in temperatures of the components, one should have a look at. Touching the fittings and tubing wasn't possible when the machine was under load, which got me concerned even more. Therefore I asked around here and got some feedback. I had only one mm radiator on the side panel to cool the hole system.
Since the GPU is a Titan X and highly overclocked on top, the system pulled around W off the wall while running games and the solid opinion was, that one mm radiator is not enough to prevent the fluid becoming unhealthy hot. So the first thing I did was installing another mm radiator on the bottom of the case.
This had only little to no improvement at all.
I tried different fan orientations and assumed, that bottom intake and side exhaust would bring the best results. But I was wrong. Best result was the opposite: side intake, bottom exhaust. That made me think, that the air didn't had a chance to rise from the bottom upwards, because the GPU sitting right above the radiator significantly blocks the flow. The next logical step was then thinking about how to improve air flow and I still had some pictures in mind of someones mod about mounting the GPU vertically.
I then made some early measurements inside the case and came to the conclusion I would give it a try. Disclaimer: I never modded a case before. I am not an expert with a Dremel. If you expect a superb build here with matching color schemes and high-polish photos, I have to disappoint you. This is just for sharing my knowledge and reporting difficulties. Maybe it helps someone anyways.
And it helped in deed. So for my new build I thought it would be a good idea to replace the feet by higher ones. I enlarged the holes for the stock feet by drilling with a M4 drill and finally mounted the new feet to the bottom. Spoiler: Fotos of new feet. Spoiler: Right way.
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Lian Li's PC-Q17 is an ROG modification of the NCase M1
My guess is a fan stickied to the perforations panel will do better than same fan at 10mm distance but I'm no expert.
Was wondering how to improve air flow and keep it aesthetic. Was thinking of this mod doable with a Dremel, I only did a small section:. Joined Oct 12, Messages That's the only thing preventing me from replacing my desktop with one of these. That'd help a lot, too. After learning of 2. My goals for PC builds are as quiet and compact as possible, in that order.
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Feb 22, 1, 3, A: M1 V6. See the Ordering and Shipping tabs on the M1 product page for any other order-related questions you may have. Q: What other parts will be available? Other parts are TBD. Q: Will there be a window option? A: Currently planned as a separate item available through wmod.
Q: Will x fit? A: See the specs towards the end of this post. Also see the GPU compatibility list. Q: Which parts are backward compatible? Volume CPU Heatsinks that extend beyond the front edge of the motherboard may interfere with the 3. Spoiler: M1 V6 User Manual. Last edited: May 7, Reactions: rgarjrsnarfke2Plaklijm and 49 others. GerryMz Trash Compacter.
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Apr 23, 52 Necere said:.Your watercooling solution for the M1 NCase. It has 8 ports for complete control over your watercooling setup. Made of acetyl and acrylic, it is the only watercooling solution on the market made specifically for the M1 Ncase.
Write review. We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer. I just received my frozenQ reservoir from the forwarder and upon seeing the res on hand I can say that the build quality is very good, I had doubts before when I read feedback on the forums but now Im happy I decided to get this res. Btw the reservoir came in with all the fittings and screws.
I wont be able to use the reservoir yet since I will get my M1 case in December. If you are doing watercooling in a ncase this is the only way to go, fits very well and looks good. Pros -A niche product, built specifically for this case -Fits the Ncase V5 perfectly - mostly solid construction -Can have fittings attached to it in six! Deep scratches from the roughing process are visible. Final thoughts. The reservoir is almost a necessity if you plan to do any custom watercooling in your Ncase m1.
The fact that its mounted externally frees up valuable real estate inside the case for other components. It's a little rough around the edges, but it's nothing you can't fix with a little sanding and paint. Great Reservoir for the Ncase M1.
I love the fact that it is mounted on the outside of the case rather than trying to squeeze a res inside. Solidly Built. Definitely recommend for those who have an M1 and want to watercool. Fits perfectly to the rear of my Ncase M1 v2. Great build Quality, solid and quite heavy in the hand. It feels very nice in your hand, solid, good quality. It arrived well packed. No leaks, everything fits nice. The price is a little high, but you are paying for an exclusive item, just like the M1 case. I recommend.
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Product Reviews Write review. How do you rate this product? Enter your name: optional. Customers also viewed.Do you have a Youtube channel as well with this kind of content on it? I would love to see this post turned into a longer video if possible. Maybe I can share on it on my website. Oliver can you please tell me what wires you connected for the power button.
Hey Oliver, I also try to make a custom cable but something went wrong. Can you maybe post some details Offenbach the Pinout? Can anyone help? Glad you liked it. Looking forward to it. I would love to know how that power button and activity light are done. Was just wondering what voltage of the vandal switch you got? I am looking to get one to do this mod but dont know if i should get 3,6,12v?
I am not worrying about the activity led at the moment, just the power button. I think the 3v would be best for connecting it to the power led pins on the motherboard correct? I used a 6V vandal switch, but 3V would work with a resistor unless you wanted it much brighter. May i ask for the lenghts of the cables if by any chance you have them?
And how loaud is the PSU under load? Thank you. The motherboard is the Asus P8z77? And the cooler Noctua but what model? And what temps do you have with your processor? Current temperatures with ambient temps at I love the power switch. Was it difficult to do? Did you really have to buy of those 12mm switches from AliExpress? I asked for a sample of each. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Schematic for soft-blinking HDD load light. Next Post Audioswitch. Hi, can i know how u mount that 3. HI, Oliver can you please tell me what wires you connected for the power button.
Very nice! I understand no problem. I also ordered one.Skip to main content of 61 results for "ncase m1".
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