Author Topic: SFF modding for Big Typhoon cooling  (Read 4302 times)

Offline reel

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Re: SFF modding for Big Typhoon cooling
« Reply #20 on: November 17, 2006, 02:21:23 PM »
its around 700-800 pesos cheaper than the nemesis. sports top and side plexiglass panels too!

clunky power switch but overall, same build quality as the nemesis

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Offline dulber

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Re: SFF modding for Big Typhoon cooling
« Reply #21 on: November 17, 2006, 03:01:18 PM »
The Aspire Qpack 901 sells for 2000Php at PC Hub in Gilmore without power supply.
The top and side panels maybe made of another non-magnetic metal but the entire case structure is Aluminum and extremely light and flimsy.

Case rigidity actually improves once computer parts and peripherals are installed.

The HDD cage support bracket is part of the super structure. After I sawed it in half the case became skewed -- before the parts were put in. It whipped back in shaped after the parts were installed.

I'm quite satisfied with it.
Even my wife likes the way it looks and is keeping it for herself.
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Offline jon9412833

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Re: SFF modding for Big Typhoon cooling
« Reply #22 on: September 06, 2007, 01:44:36 PM »
Another excellent guide for 901 type of modding! Am really looking forward getting a 901 case. My only concern here is that it appears na mas mahal na ngayon ang 901 kesa few months ago?

Offline juke

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Re: SFF modding for Big Typhoon cooling
« Reply #23 on: September 11, 2007, 11:04:27 AM »
Post ko na rin dito for future reference.






The interior parts....


Left:






Right:






Top:










The rig:












The Temps:

Thermalright Ultra 120-X with 92mm Koala fan on E6300 @ stock
Palit 8800GTS 320/320 on stock hsf, stock clocks

Fans configuration:
1x 60x60x25 Sunon fan on rear pci slot, exhaust
1x 80x80x32 Sanyo San Ace fan on psu rear, exhaust
1x 120x120x38 Delta fan on right side panel, exhaust
1X 120x120 fan filter on rear, no fan installed

*Setup has no intake fan.






Specs:
E6300 @ 1.86GHz / Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme with 92mm Koala fan, ~80cfm
Asrock Conroe1333-D667
Palit 8800GTS 320MB/bit
Team Xtreme 2x1GB DDR2 800 4-4-4-10 @ DDR667 4-4-4-10
Seagate 160GB SATA2
Seagate 250GB SATA2
LG H620N 18x SATA DVD-RW
HEC WinPower 550AB
Aspire 901 mATx case
Delta 120x120x38mm ~90cfm exhaust fan on right window panel
i5-3570k / Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme
Asrock z77 Extreme6
G-Skill ECO 2x2GB + 2x4GB DDR3-12800 1.35v
Palit Jetstream GTX680 2GB
Seagate 10GB+
LG H620N 18x SATA DVD-RW
Corsair HX620W psu
Coolermaster Cosmos S
Asus VG278H 120Hz 3D
Logitech G15 v2
Logitech MX518