you painted the stryker? man that looks so cool! but where you gonna put your ssd and optical drive?Hey All,
Just a Update 02.11.13
Over the weekend, after some Chinese new year festivities, I found some time for myself and worked on this project for a little bit. As of right now I have the Swiftech 280 (140.2) at the top mounted with the Courgar 140mm Fans, also I drilled holes for the UN brackets and got the Swiftech MCR320 (120.3) mounted at the front in push/pull configuration, I am in the process or waiting for my MCR220 (120.2) to dry from paint, (I painted it flat black since I had one that was gloss finish). The 120.2 will right under the 360 at the bottom location and blow air up from under the case. So I will have a full 3 Rads install by the time I am done. If you look at the front, I had just enough room at the top, and also have just enough to install the 120.2 at the bottom.
Some other updates also: Since I was not happy about what happen to my X79 Asus board, I decided to take apart my 700D (AMD Rig) and use the Asus C5FZ with the 8350 in this build (at this point, I can't afford to go out and buy another X79 board). I also was able to get a killer deal on a XFX HD6990, so now it will be running that instead of the GTX660. The only thing that sucks is that since the HD6990 doesn't have the CSQ design water blocks It will be running the regular EK Acetal GPU Block with a EK back plate. While the CPU and Pump top will sport the EK CSQ design harddware.
Also using the EK Spin Res was out of the question with the current set-up, and thanks to Vinny, I managed to get the Bitspower 250ML Tube Res from him to get it to work in this case. Thanks Vinny! However due to the mounting locations being limited, I have to drill holes for it to fit in the spot I want. I will get more pics of that when I have more time. But I was only able to work on what is shown here so far.. The Case will have a total of 11 or 12 courgar fans by the time I am done.
Enjoy the pics!