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post #31 of 39
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Here are some measurements. I will get some better photos. My res and pump and what not showed up today so it should get finalized.








post #32 of 39
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Here is a teaser before I organize and create a build log. The lines have some oil residue and dust that need to be cleaned, but you get the idea. The second hard drive cage was utilized as a mount for the MCP35x and a 2TB drive underneath it all while holding 480mm of radiator.

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Looks good!
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Here are some measurements. I will get some better photos. My res and pump and what not showed up today so it should get finalized.

Thanks, appreciate it.
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If you guys need any specific measurements let me know
post #36 of 39
Good night everyone, I'm starting to follow this thread since I'm also planning a watercooling loop with this singular case, the Enthoo Evolv; right now I've just ordered the hardware that's gonna be inside and maybe before the month's end I'll get the case.

I do still have a few doubts, one of them is if a Phobya Xtreme 200mm Radiator would fit behind the front fan.

Greetings!.
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Any updates?
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Good night everyone, I'm starting to follow this thread since I'm also planning a watercooling loop with this singular case, the Enthoo Evolv; right now I've just ordered the hardware that's gonna be inside and maybe before the month's end I'll get the case.

I do still have a few doubts, one of them is if a Phobya Xtreme 200mm Radiator would fit behind the front fan.

Greetings!.

Sorry for the necro of this post, but unless the front of the motherboard tray near the front 200mm fan is cut using Dremel/saw, neither a 200mm nor a 180mm radiator will fit. It's too bad because this would be my preferred option versus a 240mm (2x120mm) in the front.
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For loop planning I always use pipe cleaners.
I did quite a bit of "editing" on this case (basement floor) to get my pump in the right location to fit the front rad and had to cut the center peg off the case door for my reservoir.

Front radiator took some more case mods to get it mounted.





    
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