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I'm in.
1 MLC360 for the CPU and 1 MLC360 for the GPU.
Custom Parvum case for all of that. ETA : soon™

I have a MLC 360 on my Predator 360 prefilled 1080 Ti GPU block and my CPU on my Predator 360 on separate loops.

I'm disappointed the pump doesn't have a standalone PWM header to control the pump alone. It seems to be integrated with the fans. redface.gif

My Predator 360 had a dedicated pump header. rolleyes.gif

If I wanted to replace the stock fans in push/pull what would people recommend for high CFM radiator fans.

Noise is not an issue, I use a headset and even my 3000 RPM system fans I can't hear currently. thumb.gif

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post #4 of 331 (permalink) Old 12-08-2017, 10:02 AM
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Subbed, i'm waiting for your system pic with the MLC tongue.gif

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I'm kinda new to this part of water cooling and I'm intrigued by the Phoenix product but have a couple of pre-sale questions:

1. I want to be sure I get the right GPU waterblock for my EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black Edition, what model should I use?

2. Are the GPU waterblocks full coverage?



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Subbed, i'm waiting for your system pic with the MLC tongue.gif

Once I get the fans installed in push/pull I'll post a picture. ph34r-smiley.gif

I have some 3000 RPM Vardar fans somewhere, just need to go through my terribly messy huge spare parts box and see if they are there. redface.gif

And I'll need to get a second 8 PWM fan controller to hook all my Vardars up to.

I'll have six of them on it as I'll have both my Predator 360 and MLC 360 in push/pull.

Edit: I'm starting a 12 Step support group for people addicted to ethical hacking.

Yes, it'll be called 'Anonymous Anonymous'. wink.gif

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I'm disappointed the pump doesn't have a standalone PWM header to control the pump alone. It seems to be integrated with the fans. redface.gif

I just read the MLC manual because i remembered that my Predator could do this:

Connecting the pump directly to motherboard fan header (OPTIONAL)
If you want to control the speed of the pump and the fans separately you should follow the steps below:
STEP 1:
Disconnect the pump’s cable from the fan splitter hub. you will need to remove cable ties in order to do so.
STEP 2:
Connect the pump’s connector to the CPU fan header (preferably) on the motherboard.

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I'm kinda new to this part of water cooling and I'm intrigued by the Phoenix product but have a couple of pre-sale questions:

1. I want to be sure I get the right GPU waterblock for my EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black Edition, what model should I use?

2. Are the GPU waterblocks full coverage?

SC Blacks are reference PCBs so a standard MLC 1080 TI EKWB block will work. smile.gif

Yes, they are full coverage but definitely get a backplate as well. thumb.gif

If you want to go all out replace the stock thermal pads with:

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=fujipoly+17+w%2Fmk

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SC Blacks are reference PCBs so a standard MLC 1080 TI EKWB block will work. smile.gif

Yes, they are full coverage but definitely get a backplate as well. thumb.gif

If you want to go all out replace the stock thermal pads with:

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=fujipoly+17+w%2Fmk

Thanks for the answer. smile.gif



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I'm disappointed the pump doesn't have a standalone PWM header to control the pump alone. It seems to be integrated with the fans. redface.gif

I just read the MLC manual because i remembered that my Predator could do this:

Connecting the pump directly to motherboard fan header (OPTIONAL)
If you want to control the speed of the pump and the fans separately you should follow the steps below:
STEP 1:
Disconnect the pump’s cable from the fan splitter hub. you will need to remove cable ties in order to do so.
STEP 2:
Connect the pump’s connector to the CPU fan header (preferably) on the motherboard.

Oh yes, you are right.

I'm sure I did this with my Predator and forgot. redface.gif

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