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Hey guys, I leave you here a few pictures of my Evolv ATX. Building in this case has been bread and butter!thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by seanbarkley View Post

Hey guys, I leave you here a few pictures of my Evolv ATX. Building in this case has been bread and butter!thumb.gif


Very nice. thumb.gif
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What voltage and speed is idle? My 5820k is setup to idle at 1.2Ghz and 0.82v. My guess is you've disabled adaptive voltage and speedstep stuff. Maybe the octocore at 4.3Ghz and 1.3v is a little too much the asetek cooler.

Also, 1.3v does sound on the high side for 4.3Ghz. Have you tried to bring that down?

Thanks for replying to this, think I've got it figured out now in that I should not expect super low temps with this chip and a h110.

But for the record, it is a dual boot machine running MacOS and Windows 8.1 right now. Temps are high when idle under both systems, though higher under macOS as it does not support speed stepping, so I'm running it at 3.8ghz constantly there. Fans are controlled in the BIOS to ramp up to maximum when the temps get above 60. Voltage is set to be adaptive and I am just running the default XMP profile for now, as my 64GB of ram is not on the supported vendor list, and I had problems getting all 64gb of it recognized in the BIOS if manually overclocking. Will have to get around to trying that again when I get some time.

Otherwise, I've got a few more fans so will try chucking them in, maybe adding a push-pull config to maybe knock a few more degrees but I'm happy with this guy overall even if he is a bit warm. The Primo really is an easy case to work with for those like me who lack small fingers and are happy to have too much space rather than too little!
post #12584 of 19100
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Originally Posted by seanbarkley View Post

Hey guys, I leave you here a few pictures of my Evolv ATX. Building in this case has been bread and butter!thumb.gif


Great build! Even better photos! thumb.gif Easily one, if not the best, looking setup.

I must ask about noise, temps and dust, so would you like to share some info about that? smile.gif
    
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^ Epic picture quality. The lighting is superb too. Nice job seanbarkley
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Originally Posted by Ypsylon View Post

Hi guys, what better place to ask my question. If it was answered then apologies because I didn't find it.

Can I use 360/45 rad on bottom in push pull setup with both HDD cages in place? By push pull I mean 25[fan]+7[rubber spacer]+45[rad]+7[spacer]+25[fan] or 25+7+45+38[gutted fan frame which will aid in draining the loop]

I'm close to deciding what case I will use and Enthoo Primo clawed itself to the top of the list (well I would obtain another CL but with recent changes to currency exchanges and prohibitive S&H - I can get 2 Enthoo Primo just for S&H+VAT - it's out of the question). I will not run extreme system (just liquid cooled cpu-vga(no oc)-RAID controller). I have spare Nexxxos 360/45 laying around and I would like to put it in there, but I would love to retain 6 HDDs mounts. I want to avoid the need for 5.25"-3.5" backplanes as I will need that space for 2.5" RAID backplanes.

Typically for the bottom of the Primo you will run into length or width issues far before height issues. 360 Rad may be to long to fit in the bottom and keep both drive bays. Check here for measurements.
post #12586 of 19100
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Originally Posted by morganism View Post

Thanks for replying to this, think I've got it figured out now in that I should not expect super low temps with this chip and a h110.

But for the record, it is a dual boot machine running MacOS and Windows 8.1 right now. Temps are high when idle under both systems, though higher under macOS as it does not support speed stepping, so I'm running it at 3.8ghz constantly there. Fans are controlled in the BIOS to ramp up to maximum when the temps get above 60. Voltage is set to be adaptive and I am just running the default XMP profile for now, as my 64GB of ram is not on the supported vendor list, and I had problems getting all 64gb of it recognized in the BIOS if manually overclocking. Will have to get around to trying that again when I get some time.

Otherwise, I've got a few more fans so will try chucking them in, maybe adding a push-pull config to maybe knock a few more degrees but I'm happy with this guy overall even if he is a bit warm. The Primo really is an easy case to work with for those like me who lack small fingers and are happy to have too much space rather than too little!

You could head over to this thread if you want some help/advice optimizing the haswell-e overclock.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1510388/haswell-e-overclock-leaderboard-owners-club
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post #12587 of 19100
i cant remember were but i saw a phanteks evolv off of a modder that had covered his case in sheet aluminium ..... cant for the love of it find were the image was ... can any one help with the modder ??
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Originally Posted by flynna3162581 View Post

i cant remember were but i saw a phanteks evolv off of a modder that had covered his case in sheet aluminium ..... cant for the love of it find were the image was ... can any one help with the modder ??
Enthoo Evolv ATX comes in 3 finishes, one is aluminum finish.
post #12589 of 19100
i know but one i saw was a black case adorned by aluminium pieces .... on the outside and inside
post #12590 of 19100
Recently did a case swap into the Enthoo Pro M Acrylic. This was a fun little project while making my previous build look 1000 times better. There are still a few small odds and ends that need to be addressed (cable combs are coming), but overall I love the case.





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