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post #20491 of 20498 (permalink) Old 09-11-2019, 06:46 AM
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I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "like a fridge" but the white portions are gloss. Is that what you were looking for?
I mean something like this when you can see reflection of objects in case
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|Intel Core i7-8700K(@5GHz)+Phanteks PH-TC14PE|Nvidia GTX 1080-Ti(@2000/12200MHz)+RAIJINTEK MORPHEUS II + 2 * Phobya NB-eLoop 1600rpm|
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post #20492 of 20498 (permalink) Old 09-15-2019, 12:18 PM
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Guys, a question to PHANTEKS ECLIPSE P600S users: is white glacier? And how glacier it is?
I can`t choose between grey color and white color. I like my Meshify С white, because it matches with my mouse/CPU cooler etc, but I can`t imagine how 600S could reflect light and it is really like a fridge in interior?
The white is a semi-gloss white; however, is not a glass-smooth mirror finish.
Interior is a matte white with black accents.

The grey is what appears to be a gun-metal grey.



I went with the white for my last build and used some white paint and wrap to help clean it up a little.

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Anyone knows best radiators config for the Enthoo Luxe 2? I am planning to move from my Fractal Define R6 with 2 x HWL GTS 360 to this case and install 2 x 480 and 2 x 360 rads to maximize cooling performance and silence ratio.

I will build a 3900x/3950x and RTX 2080 Ti.

I was having a look and for the bottom chamber only 125mm width rads will fit, so my HWL GTS 360 won't work there. Then I need to see clearance for top with side and front rads + fans... so much work ahead of me.

I've ordered this case today and I hope to receive it by the end of this week, so any advice / experience is more than welcome!

Many thanks all

EDIT: What about Alphacool NexXxos XT45 Full Cooper radiators (360 and 480)?. They are 124mm width and 46mm thick, which I guess will fit in this case.

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Anyone knows best radiators config for the Enthoo Luxe 2? I am planning to move from my Fractal Define R6 with 2 x HWL GTS 360 to this case and install 2 x 480 and 2 x 360 rads to maximize cooling performance and silence ratio.
You are going to have a really hard time doing that.

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I like that case but the darn RGB's are hate RGB, even turning them off but knowing they are there, turn off
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post #20496 of 20498 (permalink) Old 09-17-2019, 01:01 PM
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You are going to have a really hard time doing that.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iCVjb6zm1w
Yes, I think so... I didn't realize before ordered it about the 125mm radiator width restriction of the bottom chamber and the 70mm max space for front radiator and fans when bottom rad is installed...

So now, let's see how it goes. Hope to see more builds on the net in the coming weeks from other mates and get some fresh ideas.
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Yes, I think so... I didn't realize before ordered it about the 125mm radiator width restriction of the bottom chamber and the 70mm max space for front radiator and fans when bottom rad is installed...

So now, let's see how it goes. Hope to see more builds on the net in the coming weeks from other mates and get some fresh ideas.
If you go with slim rads like the XSPC TX series, and or slim fans like NF-a12x15s you could probably mount 4 rads.
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If you go with slim rads like the XSPC TX series, and or slim fans like NF-a12x15s you could probably mount 4 rads.
I think I will go with the following rads setup:

2 x 360 Alphacool NexXxos XT45 V.2 for bottom and top
1 x 480 Alphacool NexXxos XT45 V.2 for front
1 x 480 XSPC TX for side

Once I receive the chasis I will confirm if I have enough space for this to then order the radiators. My next concern is if with one D5 pump will be enough to maintain a good flow rate with this setup, but lets go step by step

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