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Finally finished the build, swapped the R9 290 Tri-X out for the EVGA 1080 FTW, and the stock fans for the SP120's, changing the orientation to a push outwards. Super happy how this turned out, it's almost completely silent, and so powerful.

And word of advice, H100i V2 fits... but it was a massive PITA. I couldn't align the tubes to the back of the case because my motherboard's WiFi NIC was in the way, so I had to replace the 140mm front intake fan with a 120mm slim fan. The process of actually getting the H100i V2 with its fans into this case with this motherboard was almost impossible, but I managed to get it done in the end.



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Awesome. I'm jealous of your gtx1080, OnEMoReTrY! I haven't been able to find any in stock, except for people trying to price gouge them.

My build is almost done. I got all of the parts yesterday, and got most of the build done last night. I'm hanging with the kids today, and I'll finish up tonight.

And dmnota, I had no trouble with the h100i V2. It's a tight fit, and as you said I had to take off the bottom radiator bracket, but it was pretty easy. Also, instead of leaving the bottom screws off the fans as you suggested, I just used the extra shorter screws from the unused bracket. I just put them in the rear hole of the fan with a screwdriver that fit through the front hole (I'll have pics in my full build post). So everything is nice and secure, and no metal screws near the mobo :-)
Edited by goatgruff13 - 7/2/16 at 9:08am
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No major drawbacks I've noticed so far. I've done some light benchmarking - noise and temps are all decent. Although, this is my first foray into OCing so take that with a grain of salt. The build quality of all the pieces is high enough - and tubing so tight - that it doesn't have much wiggle room.

If you're feeling extra ambitious and patient you might look into adding some grommets to the fan-radiator and radiator-case connections. I was a little underwhelmed with what came with the cooler. I have two tiny screws mounting the radiator; there's no buffer between the metallic surfaces. The fan mounting screws are extra long and don't have the greatest aesthetic. If it helps I can try to weasel my camera in there.
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Finally finished my Skylake Build. I'm very happy with it. So small and quiet.

Only thing that bothers me is the gpu temparature. The heat dissipation sucks for the gpu. Everything else is fine.

Im considering buying a gpu waterblock for my 1080.

But isnt a gpu block AND a cpu block too much for a single 240mm rad? Cpu is running at 4.2Ghz with 1.22 vcore (still testing). Opinions?!

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Finally finished my Skylake Build. I'm very happy with it. So small and quiet.

Only thing that bothers me is the gpu temparature. The heat dissipation sucks for the gpu. Everything else is fine.

Im considering buying a gpu waterblock for my 1080.

But isnt a gpu block AND a cpu block too much for a single 240mm rad? Cpu is running at 4.2Ghz with 1.22 vcore (still testing). Opinions?!


240mm is actually quite fine. jayztwocents had a video on it.

Why did you choose to have the two SP120 as intakes, I mean cold air is good and all but now you have both gpu and fans pushing air in and non exhaust?

E: Btw can you post some more photos. I am still yet to finish my build that I started ages ago but it will look quite similar to yours. Do you have a drain valve?
 
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240mm is actually quite fine. jayztwocents had a video on it.

Cool! Have to check it out. (Love that guy)

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Why did you choose to have the two SP120 as intakes, I mean cold air is good and all but now you have both gpu and fans pushing air in and non exhaust?

1) cold air
2) less dust in the case

The 120 Fans (Quite Edition btw) are strong enough to push out the hot air in the rear opening. They wont turn lower than ~1000rpm because of the fan curve in the Bios. An exhaust is not really necessary. smile.gif

Cpu and case temps are superb. The problem is the orientation of the gpu. The hot air gets blown right under the top. I could drill some holes for better heat dissipation, but I dont like ghetto mods. tongue.gif edit: gpu temps are better when I open the case.

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E: Btw can you post some more photos. I am still yet to finish my build that I started ages ago but it will look quite similar to yours. Do you have a drain valve?

Sure! I can take some photos.

Nope, dont have a drain valve. ^^¡
I just use the fillport (top of res.) just attach a tube with fittings to fill/drain the loop.





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Cool! Have to check it out. (Love that guy)
The 120 Fans (Quite Edition btw) are strong enough to push out the hot air in the rear opening. They wont turn lower than ~1000rpm because of the fan curve in the Bios. An exhaust is not really necessary. smile.gif

Cpu and case temps are superb. The problem is the orientation of the gpu. The hot air gets blown right under the top. I could drill some holes for better heat dissipation, but I dont like ghetto mods. tongue.gif edit: gpu temps are better when I open the case.
Sure! I can take some photos.

Nope, dont have a drain valve. ^^¡
I just use the fillport (top of res.) just attach a tube with fittings to fill/drain the loop.





I have yet to set up a proper loop but from what I tested myself with intel stock cpu cooler and identical setup + 120m front intake was that when all of the fans were intake I had my 970 running 8-10C higher on load than with SP120 as exhaust.

E: Have you tried draining the loop yet? I was planning to do the same but I wasn't sure if the liquid would actually flow out?

Here is how far I have got with my setup. Just moved back to Latvia after graduating from Scottish university and have yet to decide if I want to finish it or try to get one of the new Bullet series from Case Labs.


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I have yet to set up a proper loop but from what I tested myself with intel stock cpu cooler and identical setup + 120m front intake was that when all of the fans were intake I had my 970 running 8-10C higher on load than with SP120 as exhaust.

This!!! Thanks mate!
Temperature dropped by 10 degrees. smile.gif
Made the two Fans exhaust.

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E: Have you tried draining the loop yet? I was planning to do the same but I wasn't sure if the liquid would actually flow out?

No, didn't try it yet.
I sure do hope the liquid will flow out. lol
It has to!

Im optimistic, because its a very small loop.



Here are some pics:





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This!!! Thanks mate!
Temperature dropped by 10 degrees. smile.gif
Made the two Fans exhaust.
No, didn't try it yet.
I sure do hope the liquid will flow out. lol
It has to!

Im optimistic, because its a very small loop.



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Nice, good to hear I could help and 10C is actually quite a lot as well. Mind sharing your current temps for GPU and CPU? thumb.gif

Awesome setup btw. Mine will look so close to yours actually even the red liquid and EK-XRES 100 however I'm going with flexible tubing since I move my PC quite a lot. How is the noise btw? And any specific reason why did you chose not to add another 120mm in front as intake?
 
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Nice, good to hear I could help and 10C is actually quite a lot as well. Mind sharing your current temps for GPU and CPU? thumb.gif


CPU idle: ~30°C
CPU load: ~70° C after 7 Hours Prime95 v28.9 (peak was around 80°C)

GPU idle: ~40°C
GPU load: ~70°C in Heaven 4.0 Benchmark


Since yesterday, when I flipped the 120 fans to exhaust, the CPU temps get a bit higher, because the hot air from the gpu gets pulled through the rad.


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Awesome setup btw. Mine will look so close to yours actually even the red liquid and EK-XRES 100 however I'm going with flexible tubing since I move my PC quite a lot. How is the noise btw? And any specific reason why did you chose not to add another 120mm in front as intake?


Thanks a lot smile.gif Its my very first custom watercooling loop.
It's barely noticeable when it's dead silent in my flat. While gaming the gpu Fans get quite loud. Thats why Im considering a GPU waterblock.

I'm checking out some slim Fans (11m) from Rajintek. A standard 25mm Fan would fit just soso... the Res. would touch the Mainboard.
But I wait for the GPU block and will check how the temps turn out.

btw Excited to see some pics from your build
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