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R U a YUMPY ? biggrin.gif

LMGTFY tongue.gif

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1799714

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Almost forgot U R YUMPY so go all the way to end of thread to see reservoir bracket installed. biggrin.gif

Ah, he got it installed, have to get my backup system for sale then maybe biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

Here's my Enthoo Primo w/ a R4BE, but it's still very much a work in progress.

Enthoo Primo R4BE

I had barbs and flexible tubing in just a CPU loop to the top rad & one of my cards still on air just to take it for a spin, but I'm still saving up for the memory. Wanting to put in a 64GB kit. Had to cannibalize a couple 4GB sticks from another build just to make sure everything works so far.

Now I'm just getting started to work on the acrylic tubing now that my R4BE blocks are finally here ...

XSPC R4BE Blocks

Looks nice biggrin.gif how high is the northbridge?

And do you think the lga 2011 is worth it over the 1155, assuming i can sell off my backup parts at the price of motherboard cpu and ram?
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Ah great, thanks Unicr0nhunter for your pic, that's a monsta on the bottom right? smile.gif
My build will look like about the same I guess, except I'll get the R4E instead of the BE, can't find it anywhere and it's 100€ more, huh!
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My building is going well too, im leak testing now

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Ah, he got it installed, have to get my backup system for sale then maybe biggrin.gif
Looks nice biggrin.gif how high is the northbridge?

And do you think the lga 2011 is worth it over the 1155, assuming i can sell off my backup parts at the price of motherboard cpu and ram?

Well, there's not a 'northbridge' on the board. If you mean the red 'Republic of Gamers' block it just houses LEDs so it can light up for show. AFAIK there's nothing else under it. I'll be too glad to get rid of it. It's 23mm tall btw. The chipset heatsink is 15mm. The VRM/Mosfet heatsink is 32mm, and the I/O cover/heatsink is 40mm.

As far as if it's worth it to you, I dunno. I haven't had my board powered up but for about 30 minutes so far, and it's my first 2011 socket, so I'm probably not the best one to ask such things.
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Ah great, thanks Unicr0nhunter for your pic, that's a monsta on the bottom right? smile.gif
My build will look like about the same I guess, except I'll get the R4E instead of the BE, can't find it anywhere and it's 100€ more, huh!

Yeah it's a 360 monsta in the bottom and a 480 XT45 up top, both push-pull, and that's a Photon 270 D5 pump combo that just barely squeezes in between them.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 1/30/14 at 7:33am
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The leds are possible to turn off i guess?

Meant the top heatsink.. have to be able to route two hoses up and back its possible with my sabertooth so i would assume it can be done on the rampage thumb.gif
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The leds are possible to turn off i guess?

Meant the top heatsink.. have to be able to route two hoses up and back its possible with my sabertooth so i would assume it can be done on the rampage thumb.gif

There looks to be a plug just to the right of the ROG block that I suspect will disable the LEDs, and I think there might be a way to turn it on/off in the BIOS also. Doesn't really matter to me though. It's going bye bye to make room for my R4BE waterblocks.

The top heatsink is for the VRMs/Mosfets. It's 32mm tall and sits ~15mm from the top of the board. The 4 & 8 pin CPU plugs are right above it, among other things.
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Originally Posted by Roxycon View Post

At least you didnt use LMGTFY tongue.gif

looks like the chipset is grayish frown.gif looking to upgrade/sidegrade to a 2011 setup

the res bracket is still usable with an e-atx right?

Is not actually a e-atx despite what Asus says. It is a little more wide but the screws are in the normal position for a atx. RiVE en RIve-BE have the same dimensions. You can check how it looks in my build log too but fits perfectly. With the normal bracket however and a reservoir there it gets very hard to insert the sata cables (if you forgot to insert before mounting everything like I did tongue.gif )

Hah, nice Unicr0nhunter, you manage to fit the photon there. I almost got the Aqualis but decided against because with two long vga cards there I measure around 80 mm clearance for the reservoir in the bracket and thought that was not going to work....
Edited by Gabrielzm - 1/30/14 at 9:10am
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Nice build you've got there Gabrielzm, I see you have 2x D5, with a 4930k and 2x 780Ti KingPin and a 480 UT60 and 360 monsta I'm planning, a single D5 will not be enough? (I've always had problem choosing pump lol)
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Cpu power delivery will make it a little tougher on the x79 worse case scenario would be taking off one set of fans rolleyes.gif
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Nice build you've got there Gabrielzm, I see you have 2x D5, with a 4930k and 2x 780Ti KingPin and a 480 UT60 and 360 monsta I'm planning, a single D5 will not be enough? (I've always had problem choosing pump lol)

I actually measure flow in my loop. One D5 would give me around 1 GPM (0,9-1,1) which is plenty. With two I got 1.7 GPM. I went dual for several reasons: redundancy, easy bleeding and especially to run the two pumps quieter that a single. So my loop runs now at 1 GPM but both pumps are sitting comfortably at around 45% of the PWM curve.

I need to update the log. I change both pumps to the drive bay using a dual top which have consequences to reservoir position... Still a work in progress. I will change soon the xspc 280 mm rad with a UT 60 280 mm at the bottom to make a nice drain. On top I will change the 480 mm xt45 with a 420 mm xt45 to make a easy fill port and have more room on the front of the bays to place the pump, fan controller and a 120 mm or 140 mm fan to help the air flow in front. Finally to finish it I will change the tubes for clear and use a red pastel mayhem. But it is now functional and I am back to work and gaming on it with an almost silent system. Quite pleased with the case and its potential. Thks Kimir for commenting on. BTW pay attention to a UT60 on top since the clearance to motherboard cpu power might or not be a problem. Check out jesse review of the Phanteks Entho Primo in the mod zoo he measure that clearance.
Edited by Gabrielzm - 1/30/14 at 9:07am
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