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I did find this, I think near this post it was a topic and some one changed out their LED's you will have to dig




http://www.overclock.net/t/1418637/phanteks-enthoo-primo-owners-club/2540#post_21611684
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Using wider strips is problematic as the diffuser will not fit over them we end up with dots of light instead of a line of light.
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Originally Posted by skywalker311 View Post

Enthoo Primo front and side LED color

I need two red led strips that will fit the front and side of my case. I know that it can't be no more then 5.5mm wide. I've seen the post on mod zoo forum. If you change the leds on your case and if by chance it red. Could you please send me add a link from where you got it.
If you know one that is on newegg that be great.

Here you go mate, here is the link to the Red LEDs - https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo/top-emitting/nfls-ss-x300-series-30-high-power-led-super-slim-flexible-light-strip-sample/880/

And here is how to do it - http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php?/topic/883-enthoo-primo-front-led-color-change/
post #3474 of 18657
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Originally Posted by Torus15 View Post

Thanks for that, not looking good for the Lamptron then.
Does anyone else think that the door is on the wrong side of the case.
If you have the case on your desk it would be nice to see whats behind the door and have the window side visible.
Looking at the hinges I'm sure that you can't swap them over, has anyone tried?

Well the hinges yes ..... A few pages back I talked about offering a door frame with changeable inserts .... window, grille etc


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Originally Posted by tolis626 View Post

Regarding the whole CPU/GPU temperature discussion (chrisnyc75 and JackNaylor), I think a good and simpler analogy is liquid flow and bottlenecking.

Consider a big container like a bottle or something, that you can fill from the top and it has a hole for liquid to escape at the bottom. After a point, no matter how much liquid is poured in, the flow of the liquid will almost exclusively be dictated by the size of the hole at the bottom. .

Most certainly a factor.........dunno why Intel so excited about shrinking the die as that flies in the face of good cooling. Not to mention with the individual traces being closer together, voltage becomes more of an issue. Pop off the IHS and ya see just how tiny the surface is .....assembly method diminishes heat transfer and even the IHS is tiny.


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Originally Posted by The Redtide View Post

For those of y'all who are pushing air into your case with your upper radiator: What filters are you using?

I was using the ones that come with the case but they have a huge impact on temps. It was Doyll that 1st raised the issue about the bottom inlet area but I found the top to be even worse, at least in my case. I was seeing a 1.3C temp drop across my 280 in the bottom and only a 0.9 at the top on the 420 which made no sense. Some hypothesizing led to a conclusion that my bottom air flow was being augmented by inlet air going in thru the front fans, thru the grille at bottom of case and up thru rad ..... obviously you wouldn't get that with say a 480 on bottom.

So I took the top grille off, yanked out the bottom filters and Delta T went from 12.8 to 8.4C
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 3/29/14 at 11:51am
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post #3475 of 18657
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Well the hinges yes ..... A few pages back I talked about offering a door frame with changeable inserts .... window, grille etc
Most certainly a factor.........dunno why Intel so excited about shrinking the die as that flies in the face of good cooling. Not to mention with the individual traces being closer together, voltage becomes more of an issue. Pop off the IHS and ya see just how tiny the surface is .....assembly method diminishes heat transfer and even the IHS is tiny.
I was using the ones that come with the case but they have a huge impact on temps. It was Doyll that 1st raised the issue about the bottom inlet area but I found the top to be even worse, at least in my case. I was seeing a 1.3C temp drop across my 280 in the bottom and only a 0.9 at the top on the 420 which made no sense. Some hypothesizing led to a conclusion that my bottom air flow was being augmented by inlet air going in thru the front fans, thru the grille at bottom of case and up thru rad ..... obviously you wouldn't get that with say a 480 on bottom.

So I took the top grille off, yanked out the bottom filters and Delta T went from 12.8 to 8.4C
Seems to me like a big difference for a simple filter. Have you tried using a different filter?
post #3476 of 18657
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Originally Posted by Phantatsy View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Well the hinges yes ..... A few pages back I talked about offering a door frame with changeable inserts .... window, grille etc
Most certainly a factor.........dunno why Intel so excited about shrinking the die as that flies in the face of good cooling. Not to mention with the individual traces being closer together, voltage becomes more of an issue. Pop off the IHS and ya see just how tiny the surface is .....assembly method diminishes heat transfer and even the IHS is tiny.
I was using the ones that come with the case but they have a huge impact on temps. It was Doyll that 1st raised the issue about the bottom inlet area but I found the top to be even worse, at least in my case. I was seeing a 1.3C temp drop across my 280 in the bottom and only a 0.9 at the top on the 420 which made no sense. Some hypothesizing led to a conclusion that my bottom air flow was being augmented by inlet air going in thru the front fans, thru the grille at bottom of case and up thru rad ..... obviously you wouldn't get that with say a 480 on bottom.

So I took the top grille off, yanked out the bottom filters and Delta T went from 12.8 to 8.4C
Seems to me like a big difference for a simple filter. Have you tried using a different filter?
Top grill was the biggest difference, not the filters. The top grill is (pattern R1.5 T3.0) mesh with 22.68% open area.. 77.32% of the vent area is blocked by the mesh.

I would love to find a source of hexagonal hole mesh with 2.5mm holes (H2T2.5 90*) 64% open area or even better 4.5mm holes (H4.5T5) 81% open area... and replace the stock grill with it. biggrin.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1418637/phanteks-enthoo-primo-owners-club/2120_20#post_21466857
Edited by doyll - 3/30/14 at 4:20am
post #3477 of 18657
enthoo primo case badge size

I need some help please. I'm getting a new case badge plate made that goes inside the case. The thing is I need the measurement to send and at the moment I've got no way to measure it.
If anyone can help me that be great. I need the WxHxD in mm. Also here a picture of the plate that I need measure.
Thanks
post #3478 of 18657
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enthoo primo case badge size

I need some help please. I'm getting a new case badge plate made that goes inside the case. The thing is I need the measurement to send and at the moment I've got no way to measure it.
If anyone can help me that be great. I need the WxHxD in mm. Also here a picture of the plate that I need measure.
Thanks

It's 43mm x 83mm with 2mm radius corners. As far as thickness goes, which is I guess what you meant by 'D', I'm not positive. IIRC it's pretty thin, like 1mm or so. I had a custom plate made to replace it from Coldzero, but the thickness of it didn't factor into it for me. The plate I got made by Coldzero is acrylic several times thicker than that metal Enthoo Primo one was.
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thanks
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I've been mulling over switching chipsets and a few possible boards have caught my attention. I know regular ATX will fit, but lets say I were to put a E-ATX board in, would I have to remove the reservoir bracket if the board is too wide?
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