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I have to say in a Define R5, the Predator looks amazing.
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140mm spec would be great.

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Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post

140mm spec would be great.

As cool as that'd be, and I'm assuming you're talking about 280 and 420 rads, is we're already struggling to fit these things in some cases. Imagine if they were bigger. I know there's no way a 280 would fit in the arc mini.

Be nice to have that option though.
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I connect the pump directly to motherboard and pump output is always max.
In that case, I think flowrate is enough and extra pump is not necessary, but someone might feel flowrate is little low.
If change the GPU block connection to parallel, flowrate might be a slightly increased.

I have no digital flow meter so I cannot calculate exact figures of flowrate.
I upload movie of flow indicator with waterwheel, Please refer to this movie.


Temps would give a better idea.
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Can someone upload a pic please, that shows how much space there is for the ram, in a Fractal Define S/R5 with and Predator 360 in the top? Is there enough clearance? Especially when i also add shrouds to the radiator for even better sound dampening. Motherboard will be the ASUS MAXIMUS VIII HERO which also has high Headspreaders and the ram will be the GSkill Trident Z.
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Originally Posted by joker47 View Post

Can someone upload a pic please, that shows how much space there is for the ram, in a Fractal Define S/R5 with and Predator 360 in the top? Is there enough clearance? Especially when i also add shrouds to the radiator for even better sound dampening. Motherboard will be the ASUS MAXIMUS VIII HERO which also has high Headspreaders and the ram will be the GSkill Trident Z.
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My system is a Define R5 with a Predator 360 with ram that is 41mm tall and there is a good bit of clearance. I'm considering a system with the same motherboard and ram actually and it seems like it'll be a close fit but a fit none the less.

Photo added. Hopefully it's clear enough. If not I'll try to get a clearer one

Edited by Wovermars1996 - 10/30/15 at 12:49pm
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Thanks for the quick answer. A shoot from another angle would be great though wink.gifwink.gifthumb.gif
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adios H105 !

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Hello guys, first time posting here. I have recently brought an EK Predator 240, since doing that I have brought a whole lot of seperate parts, 360 rad, d5 pump/res combo, GPU block, evo block and connectors. Now what I am wondering is there any way to reuse the predator with pump and build onto it with the new parts I have ordered? And if so will running 2 pumps cause any issues?
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Im very interested about that how its gonna work on that 240mm rad and 1000 rpm for 4690k @ 4,5Ghz @ 1,16V + gtx 970 rolleyes.gif

Hot.


After going through this like u are about to. I am pissed at myself for now just getting a custom loop. Much much easier for when u want transfer case or upgrade GPU.
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