You might as well air cool it with that number of fans.
Looks sweet........but noisy!
What is stopping you from turning your dream case into reality? 6G's ?
bla bla bla...show me a business plan!
who is stamping the parts, what is that finish
Case looks great.
You could use a few less fans. That thing(if ever constructed) will be able to fly.
But I like the design. Do you have dimensions of it?
PS: Don't forget to plug in your cables
That's really bad ass man. Amazing job on the 3d design, I've just recently began learning 3d designing with 3ds Max.
I gotta say though, I have 4, 120mm fans, a large 240mm and the video card fan in my case, with 6 fans on the outside for my two 360mm rads. For a total of 11 fans. It is very loud. All of your fans are in the inside so it will be a little quieter, but still enough to have to turn the volume up a little more (I do )
Also I think it would look even better if it had 1/2 OD tubing. And well, I really like being to look into my case to see the UV blue liquid, tubing, etc. etc. What about a side panel?
Anyways, sweet job. If this ever goes live i'll look into getting one.
First off, that's looks awesome. The final rendering is amazing. Looks like it would be comparable in size to a thermaltake armor. I hope that you can get it built.
Now for my stupid question. From what I can see you have 2 fans sandwiched together in row of 3(6) and a row of 4(8). Or is the back row of fans just a spacer? I'm asking because I don't see the benefit of the back row of fans. If they are just a spacer to remove dead space then it makes more sense. End of stupid question.
1. You have way too much time on your hands to do such a beautiful job on the renders. You could have gone with 1/10th the detail and still got the design across.
2. When and where can I buy one? Seriously, I want to be first on the wait list. If you have solidworks files for this, I'd take those too because I can get it fabbed if you've got those.
Thanks for your kind words.
I don't think your question is stupid. If you do your research, you'll find that the most efficient cooling configuration for a radiator is push-pull with shrouds such as this: -
FAN (push) - SHROUD - RADIATOR - SHROUD - FAN (Pull)
When I designed my case, I wanted to ensure that I could install this configuration with the added bonus of having unrestricted air flow. In other words, not using the radiator to vent hot air from the case. This is why I've mounted the rads in separate chambers at the top and bottom with clear air flow across the case. I don't think you could get more efficient radiator cooling without having an external rad system......
Wow, those CAD plans look oddly similar to my computer...
QUIT STALKING ME!!! lol.
Lian Li case... check
Enermax Rev85+ 1050w... check
Watercool CPU, GPU, and NB waterblock...check (I need to take another pic, but I swapped out the EK block for the Watercool one recently).
Only, I have an X-Fi card and took out my second GTX285 to run in another computer (otherwise, it was watercool'ed as well, but I have yet to actually NEED dual GTX285's). Oh, and I hate case fans, so other than the enermax PSU, Im fanless. The radiator is that tall floor standing thing to the right... totally passive.
On a side note, I would skip having seperate loops (thats what it looks like). The watercool blocks can easily be run off a single DC pump and on a single radiator. They really arent that restrictive. One large radiator would make more sense.