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post #251 of 2215
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For those watercooling their 303, the single fan in the back, i flipped it over and used it as an intake, and i'm seeing 2 degrees cooler after 30 mins of gaming...the highest my GPU got was 40C, CPU highest was 38C..


I set the 3x120s to intake, the single 120 to intake, the triple 140's to exhaust...the 4x 120s i have it on 700RPM, while the 140's i have it on 850RPM...this proves to be effective, lots of air gets pushed out of the back of the case.
first thing i have done with my case smile.gif
post #252 of 2215
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Originally Posted by FXformat View Post

For those watercooling their 303, the single fan in the back, i flipped it over and used it as an intake, and i'm seeing 2 degrees cooler after 30 mins of gaming...the highest my GPU got was 40C, CPU highest was 38C..


I set the 3x120s to intake, the single 120 to intake, the triple 140's to exhaust...the 4x 120s i have it on 700RPM, while the 140's i have it on 850RPM...this proves to be effective, lots of air gets pushed out of the back of the case.

That is the set up I'm running except I only have 2 120 on my radiator as exhaust and the PSU kinda help exhaust too I guess. However my 4x intakes are running at 900 RPM, and the 2x exhaust are doing 1200 RPM atm. It's kinda loud so I might have to turn it down.
post #253 of 2215
Skimbro, isn't the H80 supposed to be mounted the other way? Tubes at the bottom? You may get some bubbles caught in your pump.

Looks good otherwise, I also set mine as an intake and that sucker workgs great.
post #254 of 2215
@trekxtrider It is, but it won't fit with the Graphics Card there.
Edited by skimbro - 7/21/16 at 12:47pm
  
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post #255 of 2215
Yeah it will, we have almost the same card and mine fits fine. I found the tubes connected to the CPU block rotate to accommodate it, look at my latest rig pic. It looks like it but the tubes don't even touch the graphics card, and the glass panel still goes on.


Edited by trekxtrider - 7/21/16 at 4:07pm
post #256 of 2215
Ordered some of the goodies for my loop. First ill go with the soft tubing, hard stuff will have to wait wink.gif august will be a bit of fun for me with my pc. Also, prepare yourselfs for totally messed up loop biggrin.gif
post #257 of 2215
@trekxtrider Hmmm, let me try again.
  
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post #258 of 2215
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Hi folks, just wanted to share what i just did today for the InWin 303...boy this case is the best value for the money hands down, i would pay $150 for this easily...working on it was rather difficult because the steel plates are twice as thick as normal cases...i had to drill a 1" hold to the bottom chamber to run my outlet line from the pump..i had to widen the hole for the rad inlet so i could fit a 420mm rad in there...the 420mm rad fills the case out a lot better than a 360, but it's not easy to fit in. The top 3 fans are 360mm together, notice how much gape there is to either side...


Finally, i fabricated a bracket and used a PCI riser card to mount the video card vertically, so i'm able to see the liquid flow through it...i'm not done yet, will add LEDs and light up the case..and LEDs to light up the video card, and sleeve the pump cables and cover up the empty PCI slots...let me know what you guys think.


InWin, this is the orientation you guys should've made it...made me work so hard to make it happen smile.gif...please hire me as the next design engineer i have lots of ideas for cases...

The top two psu mounting holes are misaligned and will have to be redrilled.

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And yet another one! My plan was to fit the PSU in the same place as you did, glad to see it's a easy fit. My psu is 180mm long, but enough space left i see. Saves me a ton of headache. Looks sick!thumb.gif And the direction of the fan with the exhaust right before the radiator, well done sir.
Edited by lovin spoonful - 7/22/16 at 12:56pm
post #259 of 2215
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It's not hard, but it's not easy, definitely have to practice bending, through trial and error you'll get it perfect eventually. As for getting a custom loop to cool just just a CPU doesn't really make sense, if you're gonna do it, do both, if not then stick with an AIO. There are no budget options when it comes to watercooling, i'll give a breakdown of how much my loop cost me.


GPU Block 130
CPU Block 85
EK Pump 120
EK Res 65
420mm rad 150
3x 140mm RGB Fans 75
3x 120mm RGB Fans 70

8x Bitspower 16mm fitings 85
Bitspower dual rotaries, drain valve 90 elbows, straight 90s, extensions, adapters... 300
Mayhems white coolant 25

Well over $1000 for this loop, you can get cheaper parts from China, ie Barrow, but it's still gonna rack up to a lot of money...the fittings creep up on you.


But my setup is done, and my loop looks great, and my battlestation rocks smile.gif



FXFormat what desk is that? I'm moving soon and looking for a nice desk with lot of surface area as my current L shape desk doesn't have enough surface area to have the 27" Benq monitor and the Computer on it comfortably.
post #260 of 2215
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FXFormat what desk is that? I'm moving soon and looking for a nice desk with lot of surface area as my current L shape desk doesn't have enough surface area to have the 27" Benq monitor and the Computer on it comfortably.



I built that desk myself, pic might not show it but that's a 40" gigantic monitor....you can put 3x 27s on this desk...
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