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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-10-2018, 10:30 AM - Thread Starter
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570x Dual Loop in Mirror Black

Just finished my build using the 570x. Originally, I started this computer in a 460x...then decided to add a second GPU, so I needed a case with a little more room for a custom loop. I did a single loop in the 570x and still had serious heat issues. So I bit the bullet and built this dual loop. Temps are very nice now, and I am pretty pleased with the aesthetics. Unfortunately, sorting through heat and air flow problems, I had to put all of the fans to exhaust out, so I am not taking advantage of the LL fans illuminating the front of the case, as I would like. Perhaps I will turn the fans around next time I tear it down, and see if I can still keep the temps at bay. But for now, the outside is a sleek mirrored box, then once you peer in to the inside, it is a wonderfully illuminated light show.

System Specs
Case: Corsair 570x mirror black
MOBO: Asus z370-e
CPU: Intel 8700k
GPU: Nvidia 1080ti (2)
RAM: G.Skill Trident 32gb @3600
PSU: EVGA 1000w G3
Water Blocks: EKWB CPU, 2 Phanteks GPU's
Pumps: 2 EKWD DDC pump res combos
Alphacool Radiators - 360 x-flow (front) and 240 on top
Fans: 6 Corsair LL 120mm
PSU Custom Cables from CableMod
Reservoir Mounting Bracket from Singularity
Corsair Commander and Lighting Node Pro
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