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post #831 of 1051
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Wow - this looks great! I will definitely blatantly copy emulate this design if/when I end up doing this mod for better ventilation Agreed that the chevron/parallelogram design looks a bit busy for this case's styling, but it doesn't look bad either!

Just popped in to say this thread has been very informative (if exhaustively long) as I begin my Evolv ATX build. Got the case three days ago, and the rest should be delivered tomorrow. Can't wait to start my build and see how it looks/performs!

Hi! same here!
My water cooling parts will probably arrive on Thursday (shipped today by ekwb). I will decide on this mod once I have the loop up and running and checking temperatures. But this is my first build so I really don't know which temps should be ok. I need to do some more research. What I will do from the beginning to the case, is put some washers on the front panel and block non-used holes on the radiator mounting.
post #832 of 1051
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Hi! same here!
My water cooling parts will probably arrive on Thursday (shipped today by ekwb). I will decide on this mod once I have the loop up and running and checking temperatures. But this is my first build so I really don't know which temps should be ok. I need to do some more research. What I will do from the beginning to the case, is put some washers on the front panel and block non-used holes on the radiator mounting.

What components will be cooled by your loop? And what/how many radiators will you have?
post #833 of 1051
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What components will be cooled by your loop? And what/how many radiators will you have?

This is my HW. The GPU and CPU will be the only ones that will be water cooled. I was thinking on placing the 360 rad on top with the three silent wings 3 120mm fans. On the front I will leave the two 140 fans that came with the case as inlet and I'm not sure whether to leave the 140mm fan at the back as outlet or inlet and whether or not to change it for an extra silent wings 3 I have.

Mobo: Asus Maximus VIII Hero Alpha
Processor: Intel Core i7 6700K
GPU: MSI GTX 1070 Sea Hawk EK X
RAM: G.Skill 32(4x8)GB DDR4 2133MHz (will work a 3000Mhz)
PSU: Corsair RM650x 80+ Gold


Loop:
pump/res combo: EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM
CPU block: EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel
Rad: EK-CoolStream PE 360
RadFans: 120x120x25mm be quiet! Silent Wings 3 PWM High-Speed 2200 U/min 28.6 dB(A)
Tubing: EK-HD PETG Tube 10/12mm
coolant: EK-CryoFuel Blood Red Premix
post #834 of 1051
Just finished by build. I have the gts360 mounted on top chassis, will wait for custom too panel. I need to make this ram hit 3200mhz. 2933 is my beat atm

AMD R7 1700
Asrock X370 Taichi
Gskill trident-z 3200 cl14
Samsung 960 evo 250gb nvme
Nvidia Titan X (pascal)
Ek supremacy evo nickel WB
Ek titan-x wb
Evga 850 supernova g3
Aquacomputer aqualis with d5 pump
HL blackice gts360 radiators with Corsair sp120 performance fans

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post #835 of 1051
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This is my HW. The GPU and CPU will be the only ones that will be water cooled. I was thinking on placing the 360 rad on top with the three silent wings 3 120mm fans. On the front I will leave the two 140 fans that came with the case as inlet and I'm not sure whether to leave the 140mm fan at the back as outlet or inlet and whether or not to change it for an extra silent wings 3 I have.

Mobo: Asus Maximus VIII Hero Alpha
Processor: Intel Core i7 6700K
GPU: MSI GTX 1070 Sea Hawk EK X
RAM: G.Skill 32(4x8)GB DDR4 2133MHz (will work a 3000Mhz)
PSU: Corsair RM650x 80+ Gold


Loop:
pump/res combo: EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM
CPU block: EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel
Rad: EK-CoolStream PE 360
RadFans: 120x120x25mm be quiet! Silent Wings 3 PWM High-Speed 2200 U/min 28.6 dB(A)
Tubing: EK-HD PETG Tube 10/12mm
coolant: EK-CryoFuel Blood Red Premix

I am not sure how much heat the 6700K generates, but I am thinking you should be fine with the single 360mm. I believe they should be able to dissipate at least 1000W if not more of heat. It is really easy to add a radiator in the front if you want slightly more cooling capacity. I wouldn't feel comfortable with anything over 95-100F water temperature....but that's just me.

I have a 7700K and a 1070 Strix running on two 360mm Radiators and hardly hit 90F at full gaming loads. But, the 7700K is a serious contributor to heat output. The 7700K runs at 140F in my case.

This is a super good read on watercooling information...http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2196038/air-cooling-water-cooling-things.html
Edited by tbuttery - 4/25/17 at 2:54pm
post #836 of 1051
Can someone please help me with my new build, I already bought the case with all my hardware except my 360 rad, I already have a Alphacool UT60 280mm rad which I'll be using in front and I wanna know if I can also have a Alphacool XT45 360mm on top with fans in push ( inside)? or do I have to use a Alphacool ST30 360mm instead?
    
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post #837 of 1051
Yes and prolly not a good idea. Why not read the the thread and look at the pictures. I have personally put up pics with thick rads in this case and so have others. Make some effort to search
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Yes and prolly not a good idea. Why not read the the thread and look at the pictures. I have personally put up pics with thick rads in this case and so have others. Make some effort to search

I have and in fact for past several days been searching google for my answers, maybe As a result of not being able to fully understand or find the specifics i decided to ask fellow members who have higher knowledge with this case, you really don't have to be hostile about it.


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You mentioned it's probly not a good idea. You mean not a good idea to have 45mm rad on top, 30mm rad on top due to airflow issues or you mean something else?
Edited by I-Siamak-I - 4/25/17 at 4:59pm
    
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post #839 of 1051
Dont use a thick rad on top. Use a 30mm or less.
post #840 of 1051
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Dont use a thick rad on top. Use a 30mm or less.

Cool, is that because of the airflow issues? I have also been following this topic for past month or so and have seen a lot of ideas on modding the top panel. I still wanna use the rad tray on top so i will do what was suggested and cover any open hole and such. I will also remove all the side mesh from the top panel for extra airflow.
    
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