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post #21 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-28-2018, 05:16 PM
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Also Barrow makes Distribution plates for alot of cases including the PC-011 and even InWin's 303 (I've been looking too)
Barrow Distribution plates/reservoirs
I bought for friend Evolv ATX build Barrow distribution plate and this cost me on 11/11 £65

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It's nice to see companies making these distribution plates vs having to custom make them. I would love to have one in my Enthoo Pro M SE, whenever I move my build into it.

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It's nice to see companies making these distribution plates vs having to custom make them. I would love to have one in my Enthoo Pro M SE, whenever I move my build into it.
Hi there

I bought this distribution block or waterway for friend

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Barr...895089814.html

You can try contact FormulaMod if they or Barrow/Bykski will make this distribution block for Enthoo Pro M,but for sure I would ask them

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None and not too much an issue with Aluminum and that's still an Ok pumps EK has. Find some more of them cheap China Vertical ones. Just the Block is the Melter Plastic and cracked at the top of the thread came back spilled all over a board and killed it lol. I fixed it Teflon your Threads and go get some Plastic and Vinyl tube of Loctite it won't leak promise you lol.
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It's nice to see companies making these distribution plates vs having to custom make them. I would love to have one in my Enthoo Pro M SE, whenever I move my build into it.
The one @jura linked for the Evolv ATX will go right in. The Evolv ATX and Pro M are the same chassis under the panels.

I'm still using the Evolv ATX, and I looked at it and thought "that's pretty cool". Then I traced out my loop in my head and realized it wouldn't do anything for me, and would actually add a bunch of connections and use more tubing length than the way I am currently setup, not to mention that it would be a lot harder for drain and fill. But....if I was doing a different layout, or different components, this would be really great.

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So I went ahead and got this case but swapped out the cooler. I swapped out the Rad with the Coolstream SE, The cpu block with the normal EK Velocity Block, EK Vector RTX 2080ti block. Everything seems to turned out just fine, and I was thinking could I expand out and add a second radiator??
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So I went ahead and got this case but swapped out the cooler. I swapped out the Rad with the Coolstream SE, The cpu block with the normal EK Velocity Block, EK Vector RTX 2080ti block. Everything seems to turned out just fine, and I was thinking could I expand out and add a second radiator??
Looks great. I plan on getting the same barebones case and building it out instead of buying the prebuild x602/603.

Were there any special parts you needed to purchase to make this build work? I don't have experience with liquid cooling but the case just looked very nice...can't help myself.
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So I went ahead and got this case but swapped out the cooler. I swapped out the Rad with the Coolstream SE, The cpu block with the normal EK Velocity Block, EK Vector RTX 2080ti block. Everything seems to turned out just fine, and I was thinking could I expand out and add a second radiator??
I am pretty sure you are mixing copper and aluminium by doing that. And that will lead to corrosion over time. Unless the distibution block isn't made of aluminium.
If the distrobution block isn't made of aluminium you at least also have to swap out the fittings that came with the case because they are made of aluminium, just a reminder if you hadn't done that.
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I agree, it is really a hard sell for the informed at $500 just for the case/kit. Like a couple others have reviewed, the X601 base spec does come in at a pretty strong value though, esp. if you are not necessarily looking at trying to get huge OC's. I ended up picking one up for 1450 out the door and 5ghz on the 9600k + 150 core/500 mem on the 1070 Ti was a shoe in. GPU barely cracks 50c and CPU peaks at about 60c under p95 for 1h+. Not terrible really. I do think the pump is the real weak point, looking into the possibility of swapping that out with an EK-D5 PWM G2 if possible.

Also, FWIW to anyone considering it, build was mostly OK, however the pump was connected to CPU fan header, and rad fans were connected to a chassis header (with one running full blast, just needed some connector re-seating). Reworked that to use the dedicated pump header and CPU fan header, but probably nit picking. PSU is meh, but modular and sleeved extensions are nice.
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I've spoken to an owner and apparently the distro plate severely limits a radiator being mounted on the side panel 360mm mount. They said there only appears to be enough space for a 20mm thickness rad+fans.

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