Originally Posted by MaN227 @jarramundi
is that the EK Predator 360 AIO? using their vadar fans? or what fan?
if I am correct on this assumption is it also correct you are using push/pull on that rad? as intake or exhaust?
how do you find the temps? I see you have 2 front 2 bottom intake and the 4 120's in the rear.
this is the aio i was looking at. I even have the same gpu
any insight is appreciated , particularly to air flow and cooling. very curious about the front fans and how much air they move. thinking with the 2 bottom fans that the front don't do much , that the bottom would have to be blocked for front fans to pull more air from the bottom.
any issues with rear I/O connections and managment/clearance with rad fans?
looks good bro
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It most certainly is the Predator 360 AIO, i am using it in push as an exhaust. It was very fiddly to get in, in that combination and it is not an overly nice fit but does the job.
There are 4x Noctua NH14 IPPC 3000rpm fans in the front, an a 120 Noctua NH12 IPPC 3000rpm in the middle as well as the 3 EK Vardar fans on the rad.
The airflow in the case didn't seem to be too bad for the amount of time i had to get in going and to play with it. I decided to use the fans to direct the airflow in the way that In Win marketed the case, bottom 2 fans pulling up and front 2 pushing towards the rear.
The 980ti HOF is a great card, heavy as all hell, so mine sags considerably. I will be fixing this when i am home from work next.
The rear I/O connections can be a pain in the arse as yiu have to take the back side glass panel off, however its not a huge deal.
As for case temps, i will have to get back to you between tbe 14th and 28th of december, as i am currently working until then (i worm away from home on a long roster), so if you are happy to wait i can provide some better photos for you.
Hope this helps a little