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post #1541 of 1703
Do you guys think that a loop with only a 30mm 360 full-copper radiator in the top is going to work?
Want to put my future Ryzen 1600(x) under water as well as the next equivalent of the 1070. So possibly 1170. But that's going to have to wait for a while of course.

I am just not sure how the temps/noise would end up as I have not done a custom loop yet.
post #1542 of 1703
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Originally Posted by dogsofwar909 View Post

Saw someone who had used a dremel to widen that top hole you're mentioning, as they were able to stuff the block through from the top and have the rad sit behind the hex metal. Looked clean, but not necessarily great on the tube connections.


That is my concern with putting that Rad in the back, the tubes aren't super flexible. Going to try a few things tonight before dremmelling into anything. I don't really overclock high so might end up swapping for a different cooler if this one is too much of a PITA.
post #1543 of 1703
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What PSU did you have before that was noisy? RM650x is really nice but costy frown.gif
Silverstone Platinum 750W...also costly, but small which I needed... and I thought I would go dual GPU.. but I'll just stick to one, so RM550/650 will do.
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Do you guys think that a loop with only a 30mm 360 full-copper radiator in the top is going to work?
Want to put my future Ryzen 1600(x) under water as well as the next equivalent of the 1070. So possibly 1170. But that's going to have to wait for a while of course.

I am just not sure how the temps/noise would end up as I have not done a custom loop yet.
Should work completely fine. 1600x + 1070 is 95W + 150W TDP...a 360 can handle that easily. Thickness of a rad is pretty irrelevant anyway if you are worried about the 30mm. Push pull makes more difference than adding thickness.
Edited by 44TZL - 4/12/17 at 8:18am
     
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post #1544 of 1703
Ok. I somewhere read a similiar question but with 2x 240 radiators and people seemed to be concerned that it would not be enough, but I also think it should work.
In the end, there are even 120 AiO's for Cpu's which are not cooling amazingly, but get the job done. And then there also are for example the EVGA Hybrid-cards which also use an 120 radiator and they stay pretty cool too.

What would you guys say about this:
I maybe want to go with an Alphacool Eisbär 360 first only for the Ryzen 1600(x) as I am still going to keep my Gtx 970 for around a year.
I then want to integrate my future GPU, change the tubing and maybe even add a reservoir if I somehow end up with more money than I currently have.
This would be an cheaper alternative to a full custom loop, or am I missing something? Performance-wise it should also be not too bad.
post #1545 of 1703
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Originally Posted by ZippyO View Post

Ok. I somewhere read a similiar question but with 2x 240 radiators and people seemed to be concerned that it would not be enough, but I also think it should work.
In the end, there are even 120 AiO's for Cpu's which are not cooling amazingly, but get the job done. And then there also are for example the EVGA Hybrid-cards which also use an 120 radiator and they stay pretty cool too.

What would you guys say about this:
I maybe want to go with an Alphacool Eisbär 360 first only for the Ryzen 1600(x) as I am still going to keep my Gtx 970 for around a year.
I then want to integrate my future GPU, change the tubing and maybe even add a reservoir if I somehow end up with more money than I currently have.
This would be an cheaper alternative to a full custom loop, or am I missing something? Performance-wise it should also be not too bad.

If you have some extra cash, I would suggest getting the EK water cooling kit instead. A standalone pump & res combo is always better than integrated pumps on the blocks, especially since your planning on adding a res later on down the road when upgrading your gpu. Might as well get a kit that has a res already?

The L Series or the S Series should work just fine for your needs and isnt over the top on budget. On top of that, you get EK Vardar fans vs Eisbaer fans(cant speak much on these fans as I have not looked into their performance). I'm not sure if your planning on going hard tubing, but youll also get EK's compression fittings which looks better than the ones that Alphacool includes in their AIO kit. smile.gif

Also consider the fact that changing out the tubings on the alphacool may require you to buy new fittings. I dont think the fittings on the AIO kit works with tubings offered by other manufacturers, I could be wrong tho, havent really looked into that kit much but from the looks of it the tubing&fitting is not compatible with standard tubings.
Edited by snorex1 - 4/12/17 at 10:31am
post #1546 of 1703
The Alphacool uses standard fittings, so that should not be a problem.
The problem is, that the EK-Kit costs pretty much 100€ more, nearly double the price and I simply can't afford that as a student biggrin.gif
Hopefully my situation will change by finding an apprenticeship until August. If I have a confirmation on that, I might go ahead and spend more.
I'll probably end up buying a new mounting-kit for AM4 for 5€ and stick with Air until then.......
post #1547 of 1703
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What PSU did you have before that was noisy? RM650x is really nice but costy frown.gif

Its pretty fairly priced, its a good PSU afterall. You should never skimp on your PSU, a fancy watercooling loop isn't going to get you anywhere if your PSU fails and fries your system.

Just ask in the thread below if you need help finding a suitable PSU, finding the right PSU can be tricky and there's tons of misinformation regarding them out there.
http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies/6720#post_25976273
post #1548 of 1703
Yeah PSU is the last thing you skimp on, I'm planning on downsizing from my Cooler Master v850 (which has been a solid PSU) to a 650-750 series psu. This time I'm looking to bump up in efficiency rating too, unless I go with the EVGA G3 series.
     
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post #1549 of 1703
Hey I have not been on here for a little while. Is In Win still making the regular 303 white case with white internals like they announced a few months ago and any one know of a place that is carrying the white on white cases? Been holding out on getting a white case tell I could find the white on white case but have bean away for a while and have not kept track of what there doing with the case. Also any news on the new releases? Tried to look up release dates for the 301 and 303 type-C but have not found any thing. Might be doing a build for a coworker soon and if the 303 type-C is just around the corner I would like to hold off in getting there case tell its release so I can build in it.
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Hey I have not been on here for a little while. Is In Win still making the regular 303 white case with white internals like they announced a few months ago and any one know of a place that is carrying the white on white cases? Been holding out on getting a white case tell I could find the white on white case but have bean away for a while and have not kept track of what there doing with the case. Also any news on the new releases? Tried to look up release dates for the 301 and 303 type-C but have not found any thing. Might be doing a build for a coworker soon and if the 303 type-C is just around the corner I would like to hold off in getting there case tell its release so I can build in it.

It just depends on the carrier in terms of the white 303. It's hard to say if you'll receive one or not. We have stopped production on the white 303 with black interiors, but we also mass produced it too.

In terms of the 301, it will be released early May, and we are specifically targeting May 1st, but not confirmed at this time. The 303C we are aiming for a late Q2 release.
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