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I believe I can help with this question since I just went through this a couple days ago. The EK X-Res 140 bracket does not match up to any of the reservoir mounts in the case. If you want it to fit you are going to have to drill holes in the bracket to match up with the case like I did. Just take the reservoir bracket off the case, place it over the x-res bracket and take a sharpie and mark the two holes that need to be drilled out.



Just a heads up, my x-res is extremely close to the graphics card on the reservoir bracket next to the motherboard. This was really my only option for mounting because I am using a UT60 360mm on the bottom, an ST30 240mm on the front, and an XT45 420mm radiator up top.



Another option is to buy an EK-UNI Pump Bracket which screws into a 120mm fan and will fit on the x-res bracket without any drilling. It will need to be placed on a vertical fan bracket though for the x-res to be in an upright position. For example, if you take out all the HDD drives you can screw the bracket into one of the front fan mounting points and have the res there.

Thanks for sharing.
You actually have a very similar setup compared to what I want to get. I want to use my current UT60 120.3 on the bottom and buy a Nemesis 420 to mount up top.

I don't mind drilling some, hehe.
How close is your x-res to the drive bays? I really can't remove all drive cages as I have an SSD (can mount behind mobo) and two WD Blacks for storage. I don't think there is another place to store those.

I can however change to a separate pump and reservoir so I can place the pump on the bracket behind the motherboard. This will leave me with a little more room to mount the reservoir besides the graphics card I guess?

Could you measure the length of your graphics card? I want to know the distance from the inside of the pci-shield to the end of the card.
I mean this:



Edit:
What I can do is use something like this holder, secure that to one of the fans on the UT60 on the bottom and then mount the pump with my Uniholder to that.
Link

Or something like this:



Quick though about loop order gave me these options:


With the pump separate I have more freedom to move both the pump and reservoir to make it fit better.
2 loop orders (yellow and orange).

Edited by Chopper1591 - 6/5/16 at 11:09am
    
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post #13462 of 19059
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Thanks for sharing.
You actually have a very similar setup compared to what I want to get. I want to use my current UT60 120.3 on the bottom and buy a Nemesis 420 to mount up top.

I don't mind drilling some, hehe.
How close is your x-res to the drive bays? I really can't remove all drive cages as I have an SSD (can mount behind mobo) and two WD Blacks for storage. I don't think there is another place to store those.

I can however change to a separate pump and reservoir so I can place the pump on the bracket behind the motherboard. This will leave me with a little more room to mount the reservoir besides the graphics card I guess?

Could you measure the length of your graphics card? I want to know the distance from the inside of the pci-shield to the end of the card.
I mean this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edit:
What I can do is use something like this holder, secure that to one of the fans on the UT60 on the bottom and then mount the pump with my Uniholder to that. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Or something like this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Quick though about loop order gave me these options: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

With the pump separate I have more freedom to move both the pump and reservoir to make it fit better.
2 loop orders (yellow and orange). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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How close is your x-res to the drive bays?

There are two sets of removable bays in the case. I've taken them out, but looking at where the X-res ends if should fit fine with both bays in place. The only problem is that you might have trouble routing the tubing like you have in the picture with both bays installed. Maybe you could just use a 5.25 adapter for your HDD's so you can get rid of the HDD bays completely?
Quote:
Could you measure the length of your graphics card?

From the inside of the PCI bracket to the end of the card is 10.5"

Also, I'd recommend removing the bottom grommet to fit the 360mm UT60 better. There is barely enough space for the rad to fit width-wise. A lot of 360mm rads don't even fit down there because it is so tight. Luckily the Alphacool rads fit.

Here are a couple pics to give you an idea how tight the tube routing is in that HDD bay area in this case. You can also see some scratches from trying to fit the radiator in with the grommets in. mad.gif




Edited by RavageTheEarth - 6/5/16 at 3:36pm
post #13463 of 19059
Which of these two is better for the money. The Enthoo Pro M @ $94 with acrylic window or the Enthoo EVOLV model @ $179?
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post #13464 of 19059
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Which of these two is better for the money. The Enthoo Pro M @ $94 with acrylic window or the Enthoo EVOLV model @ $179?

It depends.. what are you putting in it?
post #13465 of 19059
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It depends.. what are you putting in it?

All I will have is 2 rads 240mm, EK D5 PWN pump that has also the bracket to hold the res on it behind the front 240mm.

Hardware X99 ASUS motherboard, 1x EVGA GTX 980TI with EK 780 Ti block,

I purchased the Core X9 and man this thing is huge and super heavy to move around once is fully loaded so I am returning it and getting a Mid size case. I use to have the Pro M standard and a friend purchase it from me and I do like Phanteks cases more but figure i give the Core X9 a try which is a nightmare to keep the cables in place so it doesn't look messy. Plus I hate not being able to see my hardware such as the CPU block etc...
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post #13466 of 19059
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All I will have is 2 rads 240mm, EK D5 PWN pump that has also the bracket to hold the res on it behind the front 240mm.

Hardware X99 ASUS motherboard, 1x EVGA GTX 980TI with EK 780 Ti block,

I purchased the Core X9 and man this thing is huge and super heavy to move around once is fully loaded so I am returning it and getting a Mid size case. I use to have the Pro M standard and a friend purchase it from me and I do like Phanteks cases more but figure i give the Core X9 a try which is a nightmare to keep the cables in place so it doesn't look messy. Plus I hate not being able to see my hardware such as the CPU block etc...

I would just go with the Evolv. I'd recommend the new tempered glass evolv. It's $10 more bucks and looks great, and has RGB lighting which is awesome. It's a beautiful case. Throw a 240 up top and a 240 on the front and call it a day.

I really wish they would revamp the Primo with the features of the Evolv such as the removable top radiator mount and the RGB lighting. Not to mention the lack of 5.25 inch bays which is absolutely awesome if you ask me. I should have drilled out my bays when I was building the case.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811854040
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 6/5/16 at 4:27pm
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I would just go with the Evolv. I'd recommend the new tempered glass evolv. It's $10 more bucks and looks great, and has RGB lighting which is awesome. It's a beautiful case. Throw a 240 up top and a 240 on the front and call it a day.

I really wish they would revamp the Primo with the features of the Evolv such as the removable top radiator mount and the RGB lighting. Not to mention the lack of 5.25 inch bays which is absolutely awesome if you ask me. I should have drilled out my bays when I was building the case.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811854040

I see thanks that push me over the budget including shipping and time I need the case. I also do like the standard version so that may be the way I will go. Thanks for the info though. thumb.gif
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post #13468 of 19059
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Which of these two is better for the money. The Enthoo Pro M @ $94 with acrylic window or the Enthoo EVOLV model @ $179?
You say Evolv, but do you mean Evolv ATX?
Both sense you said Evolv, both Evolvand Pro M are good.
It's more about how they look and overall sze than performance.
Evolv is mATX and smaller (230 mm x 450 mm x 400 mm) compared to Pro M being ATX (235 mm x 480 mm x 500 mm)
Pro M is better value and better airflow.
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You say Evolv, but do you mean Evolv ATX?
Both sense you said Evolv, both Evolvand Pro M are good.
It's more about how they look and overall sze than performance.
Evolv is mATX and smaller (230 mm x 450 mm x 400 mm) compared to Pro M being ATX (235 mm x 480 mm x 500 mm)
Pro M is better value and better airflow.

I see I got the vibe that the pro m was better at airflow versus the others. After thinking about it I don't really show case my case and I am always wanting more performance from my system so I guess once the balance is off you have to choose from aesthetics or performance. Looking at this monster of a case here with 12 fans currently running and two rads on top makes me question whether or not this is that fine line that separates performances from aesthetics. biggrin.gif I am almost considering not returning the case and staying with it. But is huge! lol .... I need to do something about the wiring if I keep it.

On a side note i do like the Pro M and with the full temper glass not bad for the price. Anyways, I guess I have some thinking to do and if I end up keeping the Core X9 then I better keep it for a very long time. biggrin.gif
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There are two sets of removable bays in the case. I've taken them out, but looking at where the X-res ends if should fit fine with both bays in place. The only problem is that you might have trouble routing the tubing like you have in the picture with both bays installed. Maybe you could just use a 5.25 adapter for your HDD's so you can get rid of the HDD bays completely?
From the inside of the PCI bracket to the end of the card is 10.5"

Also, I'd recommend removing the bottom grommet to fit the 360mm UT60 better. There is barely enough space for the rad to fit width-wise. A lot of 360mm rads don't even fit down there because it is so tight. Luckily the Alphacool rads fit.

Here are a couple pics to give you an idea how tight the tube routing is in that HDD bay area in this case. You can also see some scratches from trying to fit the radiator in with the grommets in. mad.gif




I have thought about using the 5,25 bay for my HDDs. I hope it fits though, I have two drives, a fan controller (single) and a DVR. I can switch to an external dvd if needed.

Its just difficult to measure stuff without actually having the case to measure tongue.gif

With the gromet you mean the bracket to mount fans on?

I plan to mount fans between the case and the radiator so I have slightly shorter tubing.

It looks like routing tubing won't be possible even with only the top hdd cage in place.

I will have to measure my card again but I seriously doubt my x-res will fit next to my r9 290.
I have seen 50mm reservoirs so I might have to go that route.
How much room do you have to spare on either side of your reservoir? By the looks of it I should be able to use some extenders to raise the pump mount a little, this will make it possible to place it in the hdd bay a little. Do you understand what I mean?

As a second option:
How much room do you have to place the pump/res next to the pci slot? Mounted to the rear of the case.
    
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