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Is anyone watercooling in a W2? I'm giving it some though in mine, but can't figure out if it's actually going to perform THAT well given the limited rad space... x2 240's front and bottom for an OC'd 5820K + GTX 1080 might be a pushing things a little?
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Is it possible to fit Noctua NH-U14S to UMX4 ? Anyone tryed fit 165mm cooler there?
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Is it possible to fit Noctua NH-U14S to UMX4 ? Anyone tryed fit 165mm cooler there?

I would not know for sure, but the max height in the UMX4 is 162mm... that extra 3mm is likely too much. Usually the tolerance in cases is only 1-2mm at the most in my experience, but you never know. Would need to be tested to be sure.
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Im just thinking what is the best cooler for this case. NH-D14 Im not sure... that airflow is different and it will looks not that amazing... C14S?
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Is anyone watercooling in a W2? I'm giving it some though in mine, but can't figure out if it's actually going to perform THAT well given the limited rad space... x2 240's front and bottom for an OC'd 5820K + GTX 1080 might be a pushing things a little?

I'm running a slim 240 (magicool) and a nemesis GTX 240MP in the UMX4 cooling an OC'd 5820K @ 4.6GHz / 1.3? V and a 980ti with evga SC bios (1100 MHz clock) (hotter than a 1080) temps are 40 degrees on GPU under gaming load but its not as quiet as I would like with Noctua 2000 rpm PWM fans running about 50-70% depending on the game with water temps are around 38 degrees, the max for my pump is 40 degrees so don't want to push the temps much higher.

Edit: should also note that under full load (AIDA 64 CPU, RAM, FP, GPU) fans run near 100%, loud, but temps are pretty much the same.
Edited by Psycownage - 7/27/16 at 1:21am
post #156 of 939
Hi Atomicus

I am watercooling within my W2
I have an XSPC ION Rad/Pump which is mounted with a little modification in the top front fan location.



I have mounted my Rad at the bottom, it is only cooling my 4.3GHz 5820K at the moment, which even in a 30C+ room only hits 61C under full gaming load on it's hottest core. you could add another rad to the front of the case but in my case that may make the reservoir move too far over the board, unless I modded the mounting bracket which is also possible.

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Do you think there's any chance of a 280 at the front, and a 240 at the bottom? (Both slim 30mm rads)?
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Hi Scottland, yeah that would fit, especially slim rads.
it does depend on how long your GPU is too, but most modern GPU's are sensible anyway. The card in mine is an MSI R9 290 Gaming 4G Card which is pretty long at 276mm.

As an example the Founders Edition GTX1080 is 266.7mm long
Aftermarket cards like the GTX1080 Extreme Gaming from Gigabyte @ 289mm would be a very tight squeeze, but if you were watercooling a GPU you wouldn't grab a long AIB like that I don't think.
    
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Hi Scottland, yeah that would fit, especially slim rads.
it does depend on how long your GPU is too, but most modern GPU's are sensible anyway. The card in mine is an MSI R9 290 Gaming 4G Card which is pretty long at 276mm.

As an example the Founders Edition GTX1080 is 266.7mm long
Aftermarket cards like the GTX1080 Extreme Gaming from Gigabyte @ 289mm would be a very tight squeeze, but if you were watercooling a GPU you wouldn't grab a long AIB like that I don't think.

Thanks - I already have a pretty long GTX 1080 that I plan on including in the loop - but I can just fit in a 30mm rad in the front with about 5mm to spare smile.gif

I'm looking at the Hardware Labs GTS X-Flow rads specifically because they seem to offer optimum cooling when used with low rpm rans, I'm trying to keep it as quiet as possible.
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Thanks - I already have a pretty long GTX 1080 that I plan on including in the loop - but I can just fit in a 30mm rad in the front with about 5mm to spare smile.gif

I'm looking at the Hardware Labs GTS X-Flow rads specifically because they seem to offer optimum cooling when used with low rpm rans, I'm trying to keep it as quiet as possible.

The non-XFlow GTS are actually better performing than the XFlow. The flow restriction is worse in the non-XFlow, but this shouldn't matter unless you have a useless pump or a very complex loop. The regular GTS is actually one of the best performing rads when it comes to low RPM fan speeds.

I currently have a Nepton 240M up front in my W2, which is 52mm including fans. There is an approx 20mm gap before the GTX 1080, so I don't think you'd want much thicker than a 30mm slim rad in there, but in theory you could get up to 40mm but that might look crammed in and wouldn't necessarily offer better performance anyway. The GTS would fit perfectly and is ideal for lower fan speeds.

A 280 rad I thought would be OK up front given that the case comes with x2 140mm fans there anyway, the only issue is height. but I think it would be OK. That said, the Hardware Labs rads apparently do come in a bit wider than most other brands, so this could be a potential issue and would have to be checked.

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Edited by atomicus - 7/27/16 at 3:21am
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