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Okay looking for some help making the most out of my Entho luxe water loop and based on what I've read from contributors here in this thread over the last three years I'm in good hands. << Can you believe that? ... 3 years?  Happy anniversary Doyll. cheers.gif

I'm swapping builds from the Eclipse to the Luxe because I don't see a good way to handle the heat in my Eclipse w/ over clocked CPU and 2 GPU. Both rigs and there components are in my sig below. The dual ACS coolers of the OCed 980Ti's dumps way too much heat into the case.

In the Luxe I will be adding water blocks to both GPUs and upgrading the CPU block to the newest XSPC Raystorm Pro. My idea is illustrated below and I need your help refining it for max performance. Keep in mind I have a BluRay drive that must stay and the dual bay d5 stays as well and I've done the measuring and research to know an X-Flow 360 and other components will fit. Dual bay d5 in the top two 5-1/4 bays and the optical drive in the bottom 3rd bay. The GPU blocks will be EK acetal/nickel w/backplates. I'm also considering keeping the Corsair SP120 AS HSP fans but I'll leave the rest to your better judgement. Like what is intake/exhaust loop config tubing size etc.


 

Loop run looks good to me. Seems like I read something about those crossflow radiators not being as good, maybe more restrictive? I don't think it was a whole lot and likely not enough to change up your loop layout to use something else. I always liked the idea of the crossflow rads to make cleaner plumbing lines.

As far as fan direction or fan models, not my expertise so I'll let the other cooling masters chime in there tongue.gif Corsair series fans are not really that great though as far as performance, their main appeal is the bling factor.

From the product description, "The X.Flow Radiators are designed for high flow rates. The beveled copper chambers on both sides have an identical structure. The Water is jetting at the same time through all available channels to the other chamber to which it then leaves the radiator". That said I understand flow rate is going to be controlled by the most restrictive component in the loop be it CPU or GPU Block. Still I think higher flow rate will be achieved using them making the upgrade worth while. I think the XSPC Raystorm Pro is a low restrictive block with better than average performance but the original is a tad less restrictive. The problem I've had is deciding whether to set both rads as intake with one rear exhaust or front in top out and balancing the right fans to the mix. Add to that the 6700k runs a bit hotter than a 4770k and an extra GPU I want to consider my options carefully. I like the idea of both rads set intake but have tried it both way with the current setup with very little perceivable difference. 1 to 2 c temp difference when both set to intake but I expected a bit more. Right now I don't think I'm seeing any benefit to 4x fans on the front rad but the X-Flow I'm thinking of has 6 more FPI  so I see that as being an improvement as well. In any case thanks for the response. I think I'm treading into uncharted territory so maybe I'll just have wing it on my own. If I were just trading out rads only I could nail this and know for sure it's an improvement but that's not going to happen. 

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post #14872 of 19129
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Well, the build is basically done. Snapped a few pictures last night. I'll fix the wires and take the "showcase" shots soon. smile.gif
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That is a nice looking build. thumb.gif
post #14873 of 19129
More progress while I wait for fittings

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Edit: Disregard blue fitting in upper rad, was using it for finding center to center lol. Have silver shining 90's on order
post #14874 of 19129
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Same thing for mounting pump unit in front?
Yes, the top of the case is symmetrical, same things apply for mounting the Predator that way. Just make sure you have enough space in your 5.25" bay area for the fittings and the tubing.
post #14875 of 19129
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Hello!


I got a Enthoo Luxe with i7 5820k @ 4 GHz w/ Corsair H110i GTX and a GTX 1080 Palit Jetstream OC to 1800 / 1375. I rly like the Style of the Evolve ATX so I have some questions to the Evolve ATX owners:

I would put 2 Noctua NF-A14 at the FRONT as INTAKE and 1 at the rear as EXHAUST. Two Nocua NF-A14 on the Radiator of my H110i GTX on TOP as EXHAUST too.

- When I put the Corsair H110i GTX AiO at TOP as EXHAUST (Push) will the CPU get hotter than in my Luxe now?
- Will my GPU get hotter in the Evolve ATX than in my Luxe?
- Is it worth to switch from my Luxe to the Evolve ATX?

In my Luxe now my Temps of my CPU(4 GHz @ 1.11V) and GPU are:

CPU at Prime95: hottest Core is 75° coolest is 68° (after 30 minutes)
CPU at Witcher 3: hottest Core 60° coolest 52° (after 1 Hour)

GPU at Witcher 3: 69° (after 1 Hour)

I rly would like to know if the Airflow is better/worse/same like in my Luxe. Maybe here are some Evolve ATX owners who can tell me their temps and experience?

Thanks for helping.

Can noone help me on this?
post #14876 of 19129
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Can noone help me on this?

how the hell did you manage 4ghz at 1.11v lol...

my chip isn't even stable at 1.25v



As for the case, I think Luxe might have better airflow. The Evolv doesn't have a clear exhaust on the top so you might have to use more fanspeed to force the hot air out.
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post #14877 of 19129
Hello there !

What are the best rad to put in an evolv mATX ?
I think i've got to go with 2x240 slim rad and first choose nemesis GTS but they are too wide ...
post #14878 of 19129
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how the hell did you manage 4ghz at 1.11v lol...

my chip isn't even stable at 1.25v



As for the case, I think Luxe might have better airflow. The Evolv doesn't have a clear exhaust on the top so you might have to use more fanspeed to force the hot air out.

Ok thank you! I rly like the Evolve ATX but I'm afraid my temps will go up like 5-10° on the CPU

I was stable even at 1.1V @ 4 GHz biggrin.gif 4 Hours Prime95
post #14879 of 19129
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Can noone help me on this?

4Ghz at 1.1 is quite mild and should be reasonably easy to keep cool.
Either case will work fine, the luxe has better cooling but he evolv looks cooler.
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post #14880 of 19129
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4Ghz at 1.1 is quite mild and should be reasonably easy to keep cool.
Either case will work fine, the luxe has better cooling but he evolv looks cooler.

Thanks! So how much hotter will my CPU get in the Evolve ATX you think?

And may I ask your Voltage of your 4,4 GHz OC on your 5820k?
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