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The GPU waterblock is only cooling the core, isn't it? I assume that in that way, it makes the product much more versatile.

Full cover block. We will have multiple versions, perhaps a universal as well.


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The thickness will be around the width of the DDC which is 62mm.

do you guys have a Fractal Define S to test if it fits in there with a mainboard installed?

There might still be hope although it says only up to 55mm. It seems that the dimensions only apply when using 140mm sizes.
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On the define S, you can run thicker radiators if they are 120mm based (120/240/360). If you use low profile ram, you can use any thickness if you're okay with an ugly build covering your motherboard.
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The thickness will be around the width of the DDC which is 62mm.

do you guys have a Fractal Define S to test if it fits in there with a mainboard installed?

There might still be hope although it says only up to 55mm. It seems that the dimensions only apply when using 140mm sizes.
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Top – 420, 360, 280, 240, 140 and 120 mm radiators. (A thickness limitation of 55mm for both radiator + fan applies on 420, 280 and 140 mm radiators)

We actually have one in office, though already built. I will ask if they can test it for you. @tiborrr


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The thickness will be around the width of the DDC which is 62mm.


So, I am wrong biggrin.gif

Anyway, so I guess the rads gonna be like 35mm? Are those SE?
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Oooooh, rather lovely. Which Vardar fans were used, out of curiosity?

Also, any word on if pre-filled GPU blocks will be avaialble for non-reference cards... Or if the quick disconnects will be available separately (in black! tongue.gif) so one could add the GPU block of their choice and more coolant?

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Oooooh, rather lovely. Which Vardar fans were used, out of curiosity?

Also, any word on if pre-filled GPU blocks will be avaialble for non-reference cards... Or if the quick disconnects will be available separately (in black! tongue.gif) so one could add the GPU block of their choice and more coolant?

All of these things are being looked into smile.gif


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i think those are custom F4s. I zoomed in and saw '2000 RPM'
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