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So, I’ve moved my EKWB CE420 radiator lower in my Core P5. And so now I have a hole above the radiator that I’d like to fill with something, to block airflow from entering that way, but also just to lean up the look.
I’m looking for something that’s about 5.75” wide x 2.25” high to mount just above the radiator. I could just cut apiece of sheet metal and paint it black, but seems like a good place to put something useful.
Anyone have any suggestions?
LCD fan controller? I used to have a dual bay one when I had a 360 rad, see my profile for pics, but I recently switched to a 480 rad and got rid of it. Caselabs has various mounting gear to use to mount it to the case.

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After raiding our supply room and putting together other ('regular Intel') machines, I still had a whole pile of parts left over (various used XSPC RX 360s, MPC655 pumps and several boxes of fittings and even 'new' Primoflex tubing) ...then decided to put together a new Threadripper project (part productivity, part play & entertainment) with the used water-cooling items - after thoroughly cleaning them of course. I then got a nice Core P5 for a new MSI X399 Creation mobo, a 2950X, 2x Aorus 2080 Ti XTR WBs, 32GB Trident Z etc.

The system will put out just under 1100w heat energy (oc'ed 2950X, oc'ed 2x 2080 Tis)...It took a while, but I finally managed to put this together, with 5x XSPC RX360s, 4x MPC 655s and so forth on the cooling side. The white horizontal GPU tubes are copper, btw, ditto for the 'elbows'. More pics to follow (I left the Plexiglas off below re. reflections and please don't mind the messy computer table in the 2nd pic).

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Hello CoreP5ers [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wave2.gif[/IMG]

After raiding our supply room and putting together other ('regular Intel') machines, I still had a whole pile of parts left over (various used XSPC RX 360s, MPC655 pumps and several boxes of fittings and even 'new' Primoflex tubing) ...then decided to put together a new Threadripper project (part productivity, part play & entertainment) with the used water-cooling items - after thoroughly cleaning them of course. I then got a nice Core P5 for a new MSI X399 Creation mobo, a 2950X, 2x Aorus 2080 Ti XTR WBs, 32GB Trident Z etc.

The system will put out just under 1100w heat energy (oc'ed 2950X, oc'ed 2x 2080 Tis)...It took a while, but I finally managed to put this together, with 5x XSPC RX360s, 4x MPC 655s and so forth on the cooling side. The white horizontal GPU tubes are copper, btw, ditto for the 'elbows'. More pics to follow (I left the Plexiglas off below re. reflections and please don't mind the messy computer table in the 2nd pic).

I really, really like the Core P5 [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]



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I’d strongly consider leaving the window off and removing the posts. When you’ve got something as impressive as this I find the “open sandwich” version of this case to be better.

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It's very beautiful! The Meg Creation you used is an e-atx, the only problem when installed on P5 is the partial coverage of the holes for cables passage? I can't see how did you install the two Rx360 rad. Could you tane some more photos?
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It's very beautiful! The Meg Creation you used is an e-atx, the only problem when installed on P5 is the partial coverage of the holes for cables passage? I can't see how did you install the two Rx360 rad. Could you tane some more photos?
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Thank you . The cable pass-through for the eATX were tight, especially for the 24 pin. I had to use the Dremel tool to cut the metal for the opening back just a bit (a few mms). All five 360 rads are mounted 'on their side' and running 'North-South - two of them on the front and three on the back. Of course, that involved more Dremel tooling and drilling for tubes etc. More pictures to come once I prep the build-log for which I took lots of pictures I have to choose from.
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Possible a silly question, but has anyone seen this used in a horizontal layout? With the motherboard laying flat on the desk?

I'll take that as a no...

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