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post #2411 of 2422 (permalink) Old 12-01-2018, 07:51 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post
Yeah I do wish the error code screen was placed somewhere else on this board, since my fan covers it and the headers make it a pain for fan placement
what do you use to connect all your fans?

im using an 8 way swiftech Splitter i had laying around, with my cpu cooler and bottom intake fans connect to it but now my 3 bottom fans are always at 1900.

Theyre the noisy ek vardar 3000 rpm fans too so not the greatest.


im testing my gpu before installing the blocks and top 3 fans, and i still need a rear fan so this thing is just going to get noiser lol
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post #2412 of 2422 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 02:46 PM
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I use an Aquacomputers' Splitty 9, works alot better than the Silverstone splitter box I have too.

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Quote: Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post
I use an Aquacomputers' Splitty 9, works alot better than the Silverstone splitter box I have too.
does that one let u choose individual speeds?

my current one sets the speed concurrently to whatever the speed is of the fan plugged into channel one, which is my cpu.
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post #2414 of 2422 (permalink) Old 12-03-2018, 05:10 AM
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I'm able to control it via the Mobo's control, I only have my Radiator fans connected to it so they vary their speed accordingly. I have the other three fans and my pump connected to headers on the mobo.

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post #2415 of 2422 (permalink) Old 01-18-2019, 11:21 AM
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Went with this and love the look

Its been years since i built a pc (like i still had an IDE cable). took a while to find a case i liked, everyone was just the same until i ran into this one. loved from the first time i saw it. went in knowing it was difficult to build in but it came out super clean and i really enjoyed doing it.
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Hello, I'm planning a reverse ATX, water cooled build. I wanted to use Thermaltake View 27 but the airflow is terrible and the plexiglass on the side is.. meh..

However, I saw the InWin 303 and really liked it. Also found a couple people flipped it upside down so it will need a lot less modding compared to the view 27 (in order to make it reverse ATX). The airflow doesn't seem to be perfect, but at least you can mount two 360mm radiators (I could also do something with the side panel so hopefully it wouldn't be a huge problem).. I was reading through the InWin's site, but couldn't find what are the dimensions from the inside. I'm interested in the height and width of the main compartment (not counting the PSU/top radiator mount). If anyone could measure them for me I'll be extremely grateful!
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I just ordered this case to do my first custom loop with no physical help. I have an ASUS Strix X470-I (itx) that has a 4 pin addressable RGB header and then just the normal RGB header as well. My CPU block, GPU block and reservoir/pump combo all are ASUS Aura compatible products from EK. I was wondering if there is a quality hub to plug all these RGB devices into the mobo header that you guys can point me too that fits in this case. I want to be able to have them all synced with Aura as my mobo also is Aura compat as is my RAM so there is everything covered with one software that I have experience with and know works.
I use Aura on my main rig and MSI Mystic Light for my GPU and the mystic light software is terrible. The ASUS stuff works flawlessly. Anyways cheers.

Oh and while I have you guys. Is it possible to do push/pull with a 360mm EK SE (slim) in the bottom of the case? Remember I am using ITX so I will have room for at least the rad and fans in either push or pull down there from what I have seen other builders manage however I haven't seen any pics of push/pull down there.

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had this on hold/put the case away since last year and noticed i still need an exhaust fan for my 305. any suggestions?
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the 415 x 133 x 68mm (L x W x H) incudes the fans according to techpowerup

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...C_Phoenix_360/

it would be about 17mm of space if i go off the 85mm limit. would that not work?

its a full gpu/cpu loop, in AIO form (semi-modular). according to a few reviews its amongst the top 3 AIOs


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Ah, I didn't know thefan thickness was included. In that case you should be perfectly fine as you said, 22mm is plenty for airflow just make sure you get good intake fans for the bottom as well. And yeah you're right that's definitely a 303, it looks quite nice with that AIO tbh. It seems like there's even enough tube length to be able to flip the rad and route the tubes through the center cable management hole like this if you wanted to hide the tubes a little.

so i tried a bunch of stuff and im pretty sure their render on their own site (EKWB) is false haha because i cant get this radiator to fit properly in my 305 no matter what

first off their own manual says youre not suppose to mount the radiator like that in the first place
second of all if i try it with the tubes facing the psu the female QDC is too far to fit through the holes
should i just sell all this and get anothe brand 360 AIO?

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lol that's a pretty big fail from EKWB.

I guess the marketing department didn't read the instructions from the engineers.
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