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Originally Posted by AllGamer View Post

Thank you Thank you Thank you!
Great feedback.

I actually did plan originally to have the 6 fans on the top as intake, for massive cool air, then have everything else as Exhaust., but I was unsure if the air flow as going to work well, since is going counter "nature" of the heat flow, basically the air is going top to bottom, instead of the natural bottom to top.

I guess, I'll actually have to test the different setups, to see which one works best.


Worse case scenario, I'll have to order the extra Pedestal for 2 extra 360mm, bringing total surface area to 2160mm, but aesthetically, I like the default S8 design, beautiful looking, adding the Pedestal kind of disrupt the aesthetic of it.


Since you say you also have an S8...
Is it possible to install a 240mm RAD in the Bottom Right space (next to the PSU)?

If that is possible, I'd rather do that instead of having the 120mm Rad in the rear.
and order the right door to be window + vent

then I'll use all 3 sides as intake for flesh air (720mm top + 360mm left + 240mm right), and have the 2 fans + PSU fan + front 240mm as Exhaust.

there is no natural heatflow in that case with the number of fans you have. Regardless of your orientation those fans are going to dictate flow within the case. The other advantage of top as intake is positive vs negative pressure which is something to consider.

After staring at the s8 with a front mounted 240mm rad on my desk i'm going to go with no on a 240mm side mounted rad. You might be able to do it if you had a sff psu but not with a standard sized one such as the evga 1200 p2 that i use.
    
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post #16622 of 20963
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Isn't the right pump pretty much useless in that setup? If your going to have 2 pumps and 2 reservoirs you should make it dual loops, or ditch 1 res and run the pumps in series. If the left pump dies the right pump will do nothing for the loop just pumping back into the reservoirs.

EDIT: BTW, that hot and cold coloring means nothing because the temp will equalize across the loop within a degree or two.
 
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post #16623 of 20963
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Isn't the right pump pretty much useless in that setup? If your going to have 2 pumps and 2 reservoirs you should make it dual loops, or ditch 1 res and run the pumps in series. If the left pump dies the right pump will do nothing for the loop just pumping back into the reservoirs.

EDIT: BTW, that hot and cold coloring means nothing because the temp will equalize across the loop within a degree or two.

Pumps in series have another benefit; increasing the head pressure, which means you can run the pumps slower (and therefore quieter) and still get decent flow.
post #16624 of 20963
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Pumps in series have another benefit; increasing the head pressure, which means you can run the pumps slower (and therefore quieter) and still get decent flow.

uhh, I like the sound of that biggrin.gif

Thanks for the info
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Isn't the right pump pretty much useless in that setup? If your going to have 2 pumps and 2 reservoirs you should make it dual loops, or ditch 1 res and run the pumps in series. If the left pump dies the right pump will do nothing for the loop just pumping back into the reservoirs.

EDIT: BTW, that hot and cold coloring means nothing because the temp will equalize across the loop within a degree or two.

No prob, that sketch as mentioned, it's just a whole bunch of rough ideas I was brainstorming about.

Nothing is final, until all the parts gets here and I start working on the real deal.

I'm drawing all those sketches up to get a rough ideas how many fittings, L fittings, T fittings I'll need to order, also to figure out the amount of tubes I'll need,
...still debating if I want to go hard tube right off the bat, or stay with soft tubes, then switch to hard tube once everything is working the way I want.
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Originally Posted by Edge0fsanity View Post

there is no natural heatflow in that case with the number of fans you have. Regardless of your orientation those fans are going to dictate flow within the case. The other advantage of top as intake is positive vs negative pressure which is something to consider.

After staring at the s8 with a front mounted 240mm rad on my desk i'm going to go with no on a 240mm side mounted rad. You might be able to do it if you had a sff psu but not with a standard sized one such as the evga 1200 p2 that i use.

Thanks again for the feedback, that helps me figure out what to order.

if the right side wont fit a 240mm, I'll put the two pumps there instead.

Seems like I'll have to go with a Pedestal after all.
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post #16625 of 20963
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Does your D5 have an EK logo on the back sticker?

uhm I can't see it atm, cuz my pump has ek cover on it... I bought is maybe 1.5 years ago EK PWM D5... is there any other way I can check ?
Filling the loop was painful, so I have to turn of my pc system and connect pump on MBO, so pump can push fluid to top rad.
How should I do this ?
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It's not the end of the week so there's still hope wink.gif

Not for this week, it's getting long frown.gif
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Hey, @andrejEKWB

How is it looking with a monoblock and motherboard blocks for the ASUS Rampage V Extreme Edition 10?
Pre-ordered the motherboard and I want to put it "under water" immediately biggrin.gif

Thanks
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Hey, @andrejEKWB

How is it looking with a monoblock and motherboard blocks for the ASUS Rampage V Extreme Edition 10?
Pre-ordered the motherboard and I want to put it "under water" immediately biggrin.gif

Thanks
posted just above smile.gif
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posted just above smile.gif

Thanks, didn't know it was regarding that smile.gif
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EK, Any response if the R5E10 mono block will keep the LEDS on the board or if those are built into the stock heat sinks?
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