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post #571 of 1480
Well,thanks for the reps and encouraging words, guys, but...
to be honest I don't know how to proceed - I wanted to buy asus VIII Impact motherboard with full coverage waterblock from EKWB to accompany it. This is still valid decision...
GPU situation on the contrary is very tricky now - I really wanted to get GTX970 mini and EKWB waterblock for it. RX480 will not fit into pure 180mm clearance - but now we have very tall 1070mini from gigabyte which will fit but not with any proprietary waterblock and to make matters worse because it's so tall tubes could go only next to the radiator side. So should I get some generic NZXT solution and cool memory with some custom made cooper rads? My experience here is very minimal nowadays - around ten years passed since the moment I was cooling GPUs with custom modified phase change system smile.gif
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Well,thanks for the reps and encouraging words, guys, but...
to be honest I don't know how to proceed - I wanted to buy asus VIII Impact motherboard with full coverage waterblock from EKWB to accompany it. This is still valid decision...
GPU situation on the contrary is very tricky now - I really wanted to get GTX970 mini and EKWB waterblock for it. RX480 will not fit into pure 180mm clearance - but now we have very tall 1070mini from gigabyte which will fit but not with any proprietary waterblock and to make matters worse because it's so tall tubes could go only next to the radiator side. So should I get some generic NZXT solution and cool memory with some custom made cooper rads? My experience here is very minimal nowadays - around ten years passed since the moment I was cooling GPUs with custom modified phase change system smile.gif

If you're looking for high power, low size, and you must have it now, there is always the AMD Fury. However, depending on how popular that mini 1070 is, I am anticipating seeing some waterblocks surface within the next few months.

My thought is, maybe put the gpu cooling idea on hold for a couple months. That way we can see if any more graceful solutions show up, rather than trying to hack together an aio system. If you absolutely must get this system running asap, then I would suggest getting the CPU/Mobo Monoblock installed, running the GPU under air temporarily, and just redo the loop when something better arrives.

Worse case scenario, nothing comes to market, and you can just go with the AIO solution, like you suggested. smile.gif

I hope that makes sense, I am still waiting for the coffee to kick in redface.gif
     
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post #573 of 1480
I like the idea upgrating the Gpu to VR but lets wait for more option and i am more interested of the Asus version if they do some.ph34r-smiley.gif
Also still on hold for the samsung m.2 1tb in my regeon.
Edited by fer9001 - 8/23/16 at 8:46am
post #574 of 1480
I think the most important thing with these cases it to plan, especially with cable management. I find that short cable set by Silverstone isn't good enough for cable management, investing in custom cables (although costly) is the best thing or make your own, Silverstone CP07/CP11 is a must for the hdd/sdd's though.
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I think the most important thing with these cases it to plan, especially with cable management. I find that short cable set by Silverstone isn't good enough for cable management, investing in custom cables (although costly) is the best thing or make your own, Silverstone CP07/CP11 is a must for the hdd/sdd's though.



This is my build, no custom work done to the cables smile.gif

*Edit*

Although not perfect, its damn close for what you can do with a non modular psu with stock lengths.
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post #576 of 1480
Yes, your build was awesome. What I'm really trying to say is that WE can do BETTER with correct managment. I wouldn't go with a non-modular psu and tuck the cables at the top and I would ditch the aio cooler because of space. With correct cable lengths things could look so much cleaner, like the TU110 build you posted, If we started doing things like that people would want to build in these cases even more !.
post #577 of 1480
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It just hit me like a brick, why aint the Asetek 760 GC a thing anymore?! we would be all over that like flies on ****!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1353062/asetek-760gc-cpu-gpu-cooler-review/0_100

This would be perfect for our small machines!
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It just hit me like a brick, why aint the Asetek 760 GC a thing anymore?! we would be all over that like flies on ****!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1353062/asetek-760gc-cpu-gpu-cooler-review/0_100

This would be perfect for our small machines!

Because everyone thinks a single 120 is too small for a couple and GPU. I think it would be fine, actually I am looking again at water cooling my tu100 via one of those swiftech 140mm rads with the built in pump. Putting a 3570k and a gtx 750ti would not get very hot at all.
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Yeah, that i understand, but in this case we use low power cpu's and gpus so i dont think it would be a problem tbh. might have to find one of these tongue.gif
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post #580 of 1480
Check on ebay for some of the server grade stuff. I got a pair of leaky 1u dual cpu water coolers for 30$. They use the same setup as the corsair h5sf, but with 2 pumps one for each cpu.

Its made by coolIT

I think they have something like it.
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