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post #5071 of 7089
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Does any one know if EK sells the qdc's separate or where i can source them ?, If not i might go with koolance black qdc's ?

We don't sell them separately but here are the model numbers to search them from an online shop.

Model numbers are : NS4D17006 (female) and NS4D22006 (male)

As for the Koolance QDC, I strongly suggest the use of the silver ones because the back ones have a long history of failure unless they recently fix their issue.
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Joyus these goodies came today; anyone know if there is a GPU with a Snow Camo color scheme?

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Hha nice. Mine arrived today also. Already fitted wink.gif

How do you guys like the Corsair ML120 fans? I am currently considering them, but noise is the most important requirement I have!
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Hha nice. Mine arrived today also. Already fitted wink.gif

hey man, i need to know which kind of screws you used for the extra fans.. i have 3 Cooler Master Jetflows, and i want to put them on my predator 360, so i bought a pack of XSPC rad screws, but they are kind of thinner than needed...

any particular type of screw? can you unscrew one of them and send a pic? sorry to bother you
     
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any particular type of screw? can you unscrew one of them and send a pic? sorry to bother you

I will not count how many people already answered your question. I will try it one last time: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=30mm+m4+screw

You need to search for "30mm screw M4". Maybe get some washer as well, since you will not have 5mm clearance between the fan and radiator fins one the two spots closest to the pump.
post #5075 of 7089
Maybe I've found the problems with my temperatures that are a little high: the case biggrin.gif
On the front the evolv tempered has an alluminium cover without any grill that can help the airflow. So I've tried to make a run on heaven benchmark without the front installed and the Gpu has never go up 48 degrees. Today when I'll receive my 3 vardars from ek, I'm gonna flip the back fan and the couple of akasa viper on top in a push position so I think the airflow will be higher than now. I've shaked a bit the case too because days ago I noticed a bubble in the Gpu wb.
Days ago I've read about someone here that has a case like mine, and before making push pull configuration he had temperatures in the 60's range on Gpu like me...
Can someone with an evolv confirm this kind of temperatures?

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Can i use liquid metall on my cpu and gpu without problems with the Predator 360 ? (and fullcover waterblock from EKWB)
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc780-gtx-ti-acetal-nickel
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Can i use liquid metall on my cpu and gpu without problems with the Predator 360 ? (and fullcover waterblock from EKWB)
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc780-gtx-ti-acetal-nickel

I used liquid metal with my GTX 1080 waterblock, because it is nickel coated. Since the CPU cooler has a copper base without nickel coating it would work, but the copper will not look as nice as before, same for the CPU.
For the GPU I used electric isolation tape around the GPU chip to avoid any damage.

Edit: EK thermal paste is pretty good. LM only gave me 1-2°C better temperatures.
Edited by Dschijn - 8/2/16 at 9:45am
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Can i use liquid metall on my cpu and gpu without problems with the Predator 360 ? (and fullcover waterblock from EKWB)
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc780-gtx-ti-acetal-nickel

I used EK-TIM Indigo Xtreme and liquid ultra for my CPU and GPU.
I used electric isolation tape around my GPU chip to keep it save.
Liquid metal works very well. But it is very difficult to clean them.
And if u don't use xxxxx-E/EP series CPU, it won't help u too much.
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Is it normal to have a bubble this big in a prefilled water block? redface.gif



Edit: My Core X9 case the video cards are vertical. wink.gif
    
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Can you try running your pump at higher speeds to get the air bubble out?
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