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Hey guys!

I'm planning a 780T build for a friend with 2 360 triples. Does anyone know if it's possible to fit a PE or XE 360 rad in the front? Could use all the rad space I can get on this build ( silence is key )

.. you will lose all your hdd cages, and will have to cut the 5.25" bay to fit that on the front, and i've posted a while ago the issue with mounting 3 x 120 fans on a 360 rad push setup .. its a while to work around that .. at least it was for me when i tried to mount a 360 black ice rad ..
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.. you will lose all your hdd cages, and will have to cut the 5.25" bay to fit that on the front, and i've posted a while ago the issue with mounting 3 x 120 fans on a 360 rad push setup .. its a while to work around that .. at least it was for me when i tried to mount a 360 black ice rad ..

Don't care about the HDD cages. Do I really need to cut the 5.25" bay, even with a rad mounted in pull into the case?

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Here is my 780T including my first water cooling project:


This tubing is really not final, some things 'should be' changed.
I used two 120mm triple radiators from Alphacool with a thickness of 45mm. It was necessary to drill some extra holes and cut the bezel at its front (no need to cut 5,25" slot)


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Hi. I have a question. Watching your case pics, it seems that when left side panel is on, there is a very small gap between the panel and the case. Can you confirm if thats only an impression or if that gap actually exists? Thanks a lot.

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And my first build ever (thanks to the community for all the info out there):






Current build (~35C idle / ~47C load / ~28C ambient / ~32C inner temp )
MB: Asus Rampage V Extreme/U3.1
CPU: i7 5960x @ 4.625Ghz @ 1.3v / 125 strap
GPU: 2x EVGA GTX Titan X 12GB SC on SLI
RAM: G.SKILL RipJaws 4 8x8GB @ 2750 @ CL15 16 16 35 2T (~69000MB/s read)
SSD (OS+Software): Intel 750 / 400GB PCIe 3 version (1100MB/s read, 2300MB/s write)
SSD (Storage): Samsung Evo 850 500GB
PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 1200W
Cables: CableMod - DPP11 Red

Water Cooling - custom loop - acrylic pipes:
CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo - Nickel
GPU Block: EK Titan X - Acetyl + Nickel x2; EK Titan X Back plate x2
Pump: EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo + XRES 250
Top Rad: XSPC Xtreme Radiator RX360 v3 56mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 quiet edition (perfect fit, usage: performance at high fan speed)
Front Rad: Coolgate G2 360 65mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 quiet edition (drill 2x25mm wholes top cage, 1x bot-drainport, usage: airflow, good at low fan speed)
AF140 back - airflow - outtake
AF140 bottom - airflow - intake

Hope this is helpful to someone.

Cheers,
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Current build (~35C idle / ~49C load / ~28C ambient / ~32C inner temp )
MB: Asus Rampage V Extreme/U3.1 CPU: i7 5960x @ 4.625Ghz @ 1.3v / 125 strap GPU: 2x EVGA GTX Titan X 12GB SC on SLI RAM: G.SKILL RipJaws 4 8x8GB @ 2750 @ CL15 16 16 35 2T (~69000MB/s read) SSD [#] (OS+Software): Intel 750 / 400GB PCIe 3 version (1100MB/s read, 2300MB/s write) SSD (Storage): Samsung Evo 850 500GB PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 1200W Cables: CableMod - DPP11 Red
Water Cooling - custom loop - acrylic pipes:
CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo - Nickel GPU Block: EK Titan X - Acetyl + Nickel x2; EK Titan X Back plate x2 Pump: EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo + RES X3 250 Top Rad: XSPC Xtreme Radiator RX360 v3 56mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 QE (performance at high fan speed) Front Rad: Coolgate G2 360 65mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 QE (good at low fan speed) Bottom and back: AF140
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Don't care about the HDD cages. Do I really need to cut the 5.25" bay, even with a rad mounted in pull into the case?

Well .. you will have to measure the space from the fittings end to the first screw holes on the rad and to the same for the case, but my hunch is that it wont fit, the fittings end on a pe-xe is bigger than what my rad had (comparing it visualy) .. my 360 black ice wouldnt fit, and i had to cut the bottom of the case to align the screw holes .. and i was constrained by space to make a fan push config .. You can check this log to see if there is anything you can use, i personaly had a ton on issues while building this, and looking at other builds and solutions has helped me .. and this post for the front rad issue i bumped in to ..
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Don't care about the HDD cages. Do I really need to cut the 5.25" bay, even with a rad mounted in pull into the case?
Well .. you will have to measure the space from the fittings end to the first screw holes on the rad and to the same for the case, but my hunch is that it wont fit, the fittings end on a pe-xe is bigger than what my rad had (comparing it visualy) .. my 360 black ice wouldnt fit, and i had to cut the bottom of the case to align the screw holes .. and i was constrained by space to make a fan push config .. You can check this log to see if there is anything you can use, i personaly had a ton on issues while building this, and looking at other builds and solutions has helped me .. and this post for the front rad issue i bumped in to ..

Coolgate G2 360 (392 x 120 x 65 mm without top and bot port caps) fits perfectly, but to get the mount screws on place you can't go without cutting the top bay. All wholes are 25mm made with crown.
Those are the best views I can give you:



Bottom whole is for draining the system. The cap is not touching the case it's ~ 8-10mm above the ground level.


Current build (~35C idle / ~49C load / ~28C ambient / ~32C inner temp )
MB: Asus Rampage V Extreme/U3.1 CPU: i7 5960x @ 4.625Ghz @ 1.3v / 125 strap GPU: 2x EVGA GTX Titan X 12GB SC on SLI RAM: G.SKILL RipJaws 4 8x8GB @ 2750 @ CL15 16 16 35 2T (~69000MB/s read) SSD [#] (OS+Software): Intel 750 / 400GB PCIe 3 version (1100MB/s read, 2300MB/s write) SSD (Storage): Samsung Evo 850 500GB PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 1200W Cables: CableMod - DPP11 Red
Water Cooling - custom loop - acrylic pipes:
CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo - Nickel GPU Block: EK Titan X - Acetyl + Nickel x2; EK Titan X Back plate x2 Pump: EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo + RES X3 250 Top Rad: XSPC Xtreme Radiator RX360 v3 56mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 QE (performance at high fan speed) Front Rad: Coolgate G2 360 65mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 QE (good at low fan speed) Bottom and back: AF140
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Current build (~35C idle / ~47C load / ~28C ambient / ~32C inner temp )
MB: Asus Rampage V Extreme/U3.1
CPU: i7 5960x @ 4.625Ghz @ 1.3v / 125 strap
GPU: 2x EVGA GTX Titan X 12GB SC on SLI
RAM: G.SKILL RipJaws 4 8x8GB @ 2750 @ CL15 16 16 35 2T (~69000MB/s read)
SSD (OS+Software): Intel 750 / 400GB PCIe 3 version (1100MB/s read, 2300MB/s write)
SSD (Storage): Samsung Evo 850 500GB
PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 1200W
Cables: CableMod - DPP11 Red

Water Cooling - custom loop - acrylic pipes:
CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo - Nickel
GPU Block: EK Titan X - Acetyl + Nickel x2; EK Titan X Back plate x2
Pump: EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo + XRES 250
Top Rad: XSPC Xtreme Radiator RX360 v3 56mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 quiet edition (perfect fit, usage: performance at high fan speed)
Front Rad: Coolgate G2 360 65mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 quiet edition (drill 2x25mm wholes top cage, 1x bot-drainport, usage: airflow, good at low fan speed)
AF140 back - airflow - outtake
AF140 bottom - airflow - intake

Hope this is helpful to someone.

Cheers,
Tony


Hi, I would like to ask if the EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo you replaced the 100 RES to XRES 250?
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Hi, I would like to ask if the EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo you replaced the 100 RES to XRES 250?

Those are my exact items:
EK Water Blocks EK-XRES 100 D5 PWM inkl. Pump
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EK Water Blocks EK-RES X3 - TUBE 250 - 204mm

I'm ordering in EU - in my case from caseking.de - great service

Current build (~35C idle / ~49C load / ~28C ambient / ~32C inner temp )
MB: Asus Rampage V Extreme/U3.1 CPU: i7 5960x @ 4.625Ghz @ 1.3v / 125 strap GPU: 2x EVGA GTX Titan X 12GB SC on SLI RAM: G.SKILL RipJaws 4 8x8GB @ 2750 @ CL15 16 16 35 2T (~69000MB/s read) SSD [#] (OS+Software): Intel 750 / 400GB PCIe 3 version (1100MB/s read, 2300MB/s write) SSD (Storage): Samsung Evo 850 500GB PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 1200W Cables: CableMod - DPP11 Red
Water Cooling - custom loop - acrylic pipes:
CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo - Nickel GPU Block: EK Titan X - Acetyl + Nickel x2; EK Titan X Back plate x2 Pump: EK XRES 100 D5 PWM pump combo + RES X3 250 Top Rad: XSPC Xtreme Radiator RX360 v3 56mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 QE (performance at high fan speed) Front Rad: Coolgate G2 360 65mm thick in Push Pull with 6x Corsair SP120 QE (good at low fan speed) Bottom and back: AF140
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