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post #1701 of 7089
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Can you put the fans between the top of the case and the radiator mount? It looks like there is enough room but I've only seen it mounted like in your picture.

No, He cant
post #1702 of 7089
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Originally Posted by Ally1987 View Post

Nice, just what I thought.

So all I need is this one, right?
https://shop.ekwb.com/ek-tube-zmt-matte-black-15-9-9-5mm

Yes thumb.gif
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post #1703 of 7089
Ordered one for my older system.
Hopefully, a reliable product.
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post #1704 of 7089
This guy has something to be proud of:). thumb.gif
post #1705 of 7089
Hi all,

Just wanted to ask a question to all you owners of one of these kits. How are you finding pump and fan noise? Non existing? Noisy? Noisy if you dont adjust the speed and silent if you do?

Thanks a lot for your help.
post #1706 of 7089
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Originally Posted by fixall View Post

My case came in today... biggrin.gif

I'll post some updated pictures once I get the Predator mounted in the front.



I do have a quick question for EK though... When I pick up the QDC kit for my exisiting waterblock, should I also pick up some Ekoolant Evo... Or would it be alright to just top the loop off with some distilled water?

*edit
The Predator 360 MOST DEFINITELY fits in the front of the Phanteks Evolv Atx, it's very tight though (you just barely have enough room for the USB/sound cable up top). On another note... Swapping the fans from pull to push is a pain in the ass and involves losing the fancy wire management. I'm waiting until my Titan X comes in before I install everything else, but here's a quick pic.

IMG_0418_zpsun2ozghs.jpg



Looks good man!, so the big question is, is there enough space for a push-pull?
post #1707 of 7089
The way to control the pump is with voltage. When the pump it is connected directly to the power supply, the pump runs at it's rated speed. which is the way ya want it to run. You can control the fan speeds through various methods, also what ya want;)
W.P.
post #1708 of 7089
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Originally Posted by Nilla09 View Post

Looks good man!, so the big question is, is there enough space for a push-pull?

Thanks, this is shaping up to be a fun build!

I just tested it out, and you can most DEFINITELY fit a push/pull setup in the front with no modifications. Even had a few millimeters left over. biggrin.gif
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post #1709 of 7089
It is unnecessary to control the pump speed. All ya will do is screw things up. If the pump is noisy etc., then the pump is the wrong pump or it is faulty:o
post #1710 of 7089
Nilla,s, (definitely drool worthy), pic doesn't look like a man to me, (fortunately), but then what do I know:thumb:biggrin.gif.
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