Originally Posted by Qgon
Thanks for your reply!
I will replace the 200mm with 2 Noctua NF-A14 FLX fans. I replaced the 2 stock Corsair fans of my AiO with 2 beQuiet Silent wings 2. I wanted to have a quiet yet good performing system
Will it be enough though to have "Just" the 2 140mm NF-A14 as INTAKE and 1 NF-A14 as EXHAUST paired with the 2 SIlent Wings as Exhaust too? All my fans are running at 900-1000 rpm
And one question came to my mind too. Is the Evolve ATX same/better/worse than the Enthoo Luxe? I'm leaning towards the Luxe but I'm not sure yet because the Evolv ATX might get very hot when I got the Corsair AiO as EXHAUST top?
You will be fine with what you have described above in the Luxe. However....were it me.....I would be inclined to use the SW2 as intake and the NF-A14 on the H110i. This is simply because the SW2 have notoriously bad static pressure when used on rads, and that rad is as restrictive as they get. The NF-A14 would perform a bit better on the rad at similar speed/noise levels, while the SW2 will do nicely as intakes. And....the wild card for you....the two F140SP included with the Luxe would probably have the best noise/performance on the rad of any of the fans mentioned. They would actually be the best choice for your rad in that scenario, with the Nocs as intake and exhaust.
The Evolv ATX gets a little tricky, and will likely run a little warmer than the Luxe with your setup. With the added restriction of the Luxe, you would definitely need to lose the SW2 in favor of something with better static pressure. You could very simply use the two F140SP that are included for intakes in the Evolv on your H110i and move your two NF-A14 to the front as intake - again, using the F140SP becomes part of your best configuration. You would also need to isolate the front and rear of the rad - in other words, fill the open space in the rad mount, which is easily done with damping material, tape, cardboard, plastic sheets....I use 3M self-adhesive damping material, it takes about 2 minutes to do the job and you can't see it.
After I could no longer deal with the size of the Primo, I spent a long time debating between the Evolv ATX and the Luxe. I was fortunate that I had both on hand at the time, so I got to do some first hand fitting and trials. I went with the Evolv ATX, but my build is much different than yours and a lot of my decision came down to things like the res I wanted to use fitting cleanly in front of the GPUs, pump mounting location, etc, which are obviously nothing that will be relevant to you. If I was doing a build similar to yours, I would have used the Luxe without question.