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post #1631 of 1712
Maybe I've got something wrong here, but I am also from Germany and the Hardwarelabs 420 X-Flow Radiator is currently on Amazon for under 100€.
https://www.amazon.de/gp/offer-listing/B01636KGKS?ie=UTF8&condition=new&creative=22566&creativeASIN=B01636KGKS&linkCode=df2&childASIN=B01636KGKS&tag=geizhals10-21

edit: Oh, yeah, I think that you want the thicker version, right? Because that one is only 30mm.
Edited by ZippyO - 4/30/17 at 12:20pm
post #1632 of 1712
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Maybe I've got something wrong here, but I am also from Germany and the Hardwarelabs 420 X-Flow Radiator is currently on Amazon for under 100€.
https://www.amazon.de/gp/offer-listing/B01636KGKS?ie=UTF8&condition=new&creative=22566&creativeASIN=B01636KGKS&linkCode=df2&childASIN=B01636KGKS&tag=geizhals10-21

edit: Oh, yeah, I think that you want the thicker version, right? Because that one is only 30mm.
Yes, you are right. But look at the vendors. Super bad reputation or only 9 reviews, that's too dangerous for me.

I will just measure it myself, when my 303 arrives next week!

But thanks for your answer.

greetz
post #1633 of 1712
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Thanks for your answers! Do you think a 477mm rad will fit at the top? Your GTS Xflow is hard to get here in germany and the only real alternative is an Alphacool Xflow. The GTS is 467mm, taken from one of your posts above, and the Alphacool is 477mm...so what do you think?

I ordered the 303 today and gonna try my current rads in the case with top and bottom exaust and will compare the temperatures to my current ones.

greetz
I tried to measure it..it seems to be approximately 477mm clearance so can't say and I could easily be 1mm off... .
Btw I got all my HWLabs rads (5) from the watercooling UK... they've got reasonable shipping rates and no VAT - at least for Australia, so it was very reasonably priced overall.
     
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post #1634 of 1712
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I tried to measure it..it seems to be approximately 477mm clearance so can't say and I could easily be 1mm off... .
Btw I got all my HWLabs rads (5) from the watercooling UK... they've got reasonable shipping rates and no VAT - at least for Australia, so it was very reasonably priced overall.
I think the Xflow setup is really aesthetically pleasing because of one tube on the right and one on the left, but here in germany there are many used 420mm rads with "normal" port placing up on the internet for half the price of the xflows. Hard decision. smile.gif

Thanks for measuring btw! I think the Alphacool won't fit then.
post #1635 of 1712

Is anyone having vibration issues with the tempered glass panel? On the front side where the tab slides into the case to hold the panel, it vibrated badly and makes a lot of noise. If i push it hard enough at certain angles it stops.  Any idea how to fix it?

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post #1636 of 1712
No vibration issues here at all.
I am not even using rubber dampeners for the lower fans, so....
What actually causes such heavy vibrations for you? o.O
post #1637 of 1712
No vibration issues here, and I have dual D5's near the glass. Plus my fans have the bully in dampeners (SP120PWM)
     
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post #1638 of 1712
Hey guys, i need some tips to finish my build. I own InWin 303 and going for all white Ryzen build. My white case was black inside so i wrapped it with white winyl foil. From outside one cannot tell that it's not painted. With Ryzen and AM4 there is very limited compatible cooler selection that will work out of a box. With my motto: "go big or go home" i have bought Corsair H110i (280 rad). Tubes in this bad boy are so massive that i am not able to bend them to look clean. I am also planning to put there 3x 140 Enermax Cluster Advance on the "top", 3x 120 Enermax Cluster Advance on the bottom and 1x120 at the back. After long thinking putting H110i rad on the bottom is my only option to save the build without reselling and swapping my AIO. It will be also the easiest way of routing tubes to make it clean.

So right now i have 3 options:
a) put 3x120 fans on the deep bottom and then put 280 rad on top of them (it will fit),
b) bite the bullet and put rad on far bottom and then buy 2 extra 140 Enermax fans on top of the rad,
c) use 2 corsair 140 fans at the bottom with rad on top of them without 3rd fan.

With second option i probably would not fit 3rd 140 fan next to them because of tubes and offset. So which option would look better in your opinion? I personally think that going with 3x120 will be more clean looking. I would not see the bottom fans that way unfortunately.
Edited by djgromo - 5/3/17 at 6:03am
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Hey guys, i need some tips to finish my build. I own InWin 303 and going for all white Ryzen build. My white case was black inside so i wrapped it with white winyl foil. From outside one cannot tell that it's not painted. With Ryzen and AM4 there is very limited compatible cooler selection that will work out of a box. With my motto: "go big or go home" i have bought Corsair H110i (280 rad). Tubes in this bad boy are so massive that i am not able to bend them to look clean. I am also planning to put there 3x 140 Enermax Cluster Advance on the "top", 3x 120 Enermax Cluster Advance on the bottom and 1x120 at the back. After long thinking putting H110i rad on the bottom is my only option to save the build without reselling and swapping my AIO. It will be also the easiest way of routing tubes to make it clean.

So right now i have 3 options:
a) put 3x120 fans on the deep bottom and then put 280 rad on top of them (it will fit),
b) bite the bullet and put rad on far bottom and then buy 2 extra 140 Enermax fans on top of the rad,
c) use 2 corsair 140 fans at the bottom with rad on top of them without 3rd fan.

With second option i probably would not fit 3rd 140 fan next to them because of tubes and offset. So which option would look better in your opinion? I personally think that going with 3x120 will be more clean looking. I would not see the bottom fans that way unfortunately.


option D: change out the tubes with softer ones for the bends that you need to make it fit & look how you intended it to.
post #1640 of 1712
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Originally Posted by 44TZL View Post

I tried to measure it..it seems to be approximately 477mm clearance so can't say and I could easily be 1mm off... .
Btw I got all my HWLabs rads (5) from the watercooling UK... they've got reasonable shipping rates and no VAT - at least for Australia, so it was very reasonably priced overall.

Can I ask how you take your photos of your build? I am really struggling to take a good picture of mine without it a) focusing on the light from RGB strips or b) using a flash and it severely over powering the colours of the build, literally every picture I take doesn't accurately represent the colours

Glass off, too bright



Glass on using flash overpowers all the colours in the case



I've since added another 120mm radiator to the rear and wanna get the next pictures good (currently using a Nikon 3200)

thanks
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