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No, I was just curious. No need to post another unicorn photo.

I can only tell you that my computer is standing in a dust free area / room, the temperature in this room is around 19/20C.

I use 3x 120MM Noiseblocker eLoop B-12 PS as front intake on 800rpm (really quiet and enough air movement). I know these fans are PWM. But I prefer them on a fixed 800rpm.

I use 2x 120MM Noiseblocker eLoop B-12 PS at the top of my case attached to my H100i V2 radiator. I have placed them above the radiator and not beneath.
This will make sure the air will get pulled through the radiator correctly and will not leave any hot air.

I use 1x 140MM Noiseblocker Casefan eLoop B14-PS as rear fan to exhaust on a 800rpm.

I also make sure that i un-dust my case every week with a compressor.. this will take me 2 minutes. Make sure you have your fans locked.
Don't let your fans move when you blow air in.. this can cause really bad damage.

That's the secret.
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Originally Posted by alanthecelt View Post

iv'e been building pcs for ~25 years, not normally very involved, but usually reasonable specs, that GPU is just one that was to hand at work

so... more stuff arrived today








vent panel is a little glossier than i hoped ah well.
i can make the anodized ally a little more glossy to match

I wish that top vent was flush with the case. Otherwise looks terrific.
    
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yer.. if i had direct access to a milling machine i would have slotted it in the same pattern then re anodized or painted
but
i had to cut by hand....and seeing the exposed cut would never be pleasing

also... went to work out the plumbing from pump to gpu.. to only find that there was interference with the gpu mounted vertically..
looks like by flipping the pump bracket i can gain a few mm clearance.. spacers and screws ordered.. fingers crossed
also on way is a taller res for the pump
Edited by alanthecelt - 4/11/17 at 9:17am
    
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I can only tell you that my computer is standing in a dust free area / room, the temperature in this room is around 19/20C.

I use 3x 120MM Noiseblocker eLoop B-12 PS as front intake on 800rpm (really quiet and enough air movement). I know these fans are PWM. But I prefer them on a fixed 800rpm.

I use 2x 120MM Noiseblocker eLoop B-12 PS at the top of my case attached to my H100i V2 radiator. I have placed them above the radiator and not beneath.
This will make sure the air will get pulled through the radiator correctly and will not leave any hot air.

I use 1x 140MM Noiseblocker Casefan eLoop B14-PS as rear fan to exhaust on a 800rpm.

I also make sure that i un-dust my case every week with a compressor.. this will take me 2 minutes. Make sure you have your fans locked.
Don't let your fans move when you blow air in.. this can cause really bad damage.

That's the secret.

That really doesn't explain 20+ degrees lower than every other test and user out there, and significantly lower than could be expected from a custom loop of top quality components.
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A 6600k sits in my primo right now, attached to a 480 rad. It loads out from 45-50s c across the 4 cores with an ambient in the low 20s. I find your temps a bit off for max load of 43 lol. My 6600k idles in the low 20-26c across cores
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Im about to start my build and got this case, how difficult is it to fit an RX360 on top and RX240 up front? I've read about a lot of modifications up top? I'm just planning on doing a push on the rx360s up top so my fans will show
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Im about to start my build and got this case, how difficult is it to fit an RX360 on top and RX240 up front? I've read about a lot of modifications up top? I'm just planning on doing a push on the rx360s up top so my fans will show

It's a bad look with thick rads. Even if I had modded the top the rx would hang at an unattractive level. Also fitting 2 thick ones, I know I tried it, didnt workout at all. Not to mention performance is even worse.

This is with fans modded at the top and a rx rad. What it would look like


Thre's a slim 240 in the front. You could put a thick but fitting it might be an issue. However, once again performance just isnt as good.


This is with 2 slim 360s



These are both from my pc before many revisions in this case.
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It's a bad look with thick rads. Even if I had modded the top the rx would hang at an unattractive level. Also fitting 2 thick ones, I know I tried it, didnt workout at all. Not to mention performance is even worse.

This is with fans modded at the top and a rx rad. What it would look like


Thre's a slim 240 in the front. You could put a thick but fitting it might be an issue. However, once again performance just isnt as good.


This is with 2 slim 360s



These are both from my pc before many revisions in this case.

Didn't know it was going to be that bad... How about 2 x Nemesis 360gts, one on top and one up front? Will I be safe from butchering the top of the case? I don't mind modding a little bit but not too much
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post #669 of 1027
You don't need to do anything to the case to fit 2 of those. That's what I have in my bottom pic
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So I got evolv my top cut figured I post it here and in the evolv thread for those interested. Joe over at ModMyMods did this for me. Very reasonable pricing and I highly suggest you guys to hit him up. Joe was very accommodating in offering to cut this panel by request, and was in constant contact about the panel. I sent him just a basic idea of what I wanted and he got it done. thumb.gif I choose to use a decimex filter (which amazon sent to me with some wrinkles which I will have to iron out or eventually replace it with modders mesh). I think for a cost effective measure this was a great job to a very problematic solution to us evolv owners.










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