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06-01-2020 02:33 PM
Mxj1 My take at the 011XL.

It still needs a little polish here and there, but it's as done as it's ever going to be.
05-31-2020 09:51 AM
dwolvin
New case

For the first time in my life I have a computer I consider good looking. I have always built for function and not cared about looks, but this Core P3 was a fun case to move my rig to (from a Define XL). I need to make a blank plate, and may break down and put a T connector between the rads eventually to make topping up easier...
05-31-2020 06:56 AM
Regel
Quote: Originally Posted by Bart View Post
I have an addiction to Barrow flow meters, much prefer digital. Not that I care about the accuracy of the numbers, but they give you a good baseline for a loop. If you're loop gets gunked up over time, you'll see the numbers drop.

Back on topic, loving the O11D XL! I own two in white, both with triple slim rads (mad props to anyone crazy enough to put a Monsta in this thing, respect)!

Threadripper workstation, dual 1080TIs:


Recently rebuilt my 3rd rig into an XL, since it only had a single 420 rad in it's previous incarnation. All-AMD X470 rig, Ryzen 3700X + Radeon VII, cobbled together with the last of my black soft tube:
Nice! I see you're also using a X-Flow rad on top. In hindsight I should have probably flipped mine over, but somehow I had in mind that my run wouldn't work this way...

Quote: Originally Posted by Soulpatch View Post
Question about your push/pull setup. I've been trying to find some data on it and because of the search engine it's a pia. Does it really make that much of a difference across such a small system? I've got a single 360 rad (1" deep) in mine and was thinking about either adding a 240 or maybe doing a push/pull system. I'm running an I9-9900k and will eventually be running a 3080 card when they come out. So of course it'll definitely be running hot. As it stands I average no more than 36C coolant temps even after running some pretty intensive games for hours. The 360 does a pretty good job with the cpu/1070gpu. Oh, I'm also overclocked on both. 5hz cpu/2hz gpu. So it seems to be doing a pretty good job, but I'd like to be a bit better off once the new card gets dropped in.
I didn't test without the push/pull. But if you have the space, why not?

Made a short video of my finished system:
05-31-2020 12:00 AM
Soulpatch
Quote: Originally Posted by Regel View Post
Finished my build in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL.
* PC Components: 3950x, 2080 Ti, 64GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3600 CL17, Asus Crosshair VIII Formula
* 3x 360mm rads: Alphacool Monsta (80mm) in the bottom, UT-60 (60mm) in the side and XT-45 (45mm cross-flow) in the top.
* Tygon R3400 soft tubing (16/10mm) with Alphacool Deepblack fittings
* Corsair fans: ML120 push in bottom, QL120 pull in bottom, ML120 LED White push in side, LL120 push in top

This was really maximizing the amount of radiator in the case. Overkill? Possibly. Fun? Yes.

Question about your push/pull setup. I've been trying to find some data on it and because of the search engine it's a pia. Does it really make that much of a difference across such a small system? I've got a single 360 rad (1" deep) in mine and was thinking about either adding a 240 or maybe doing a push/pull system. I'm running an I9-9900k and will eventually be running a 3080 card when they come out. So of course it'll definitely be running hot. As it stands I average no more than 36C coolant temps even after running some pretty intensive games for hours. The 360 does a pretty good job with the cpu/1070gpu. Oh, I'm also overclocked on both. 5hz cpu/2hz gpu. So it seems to be doing a pretty good job, but I'd like to be a bit better off once the new card gets dropped in.
05-30-2020 08:14 AM
Bart I have an addiction to Barrow flow meters, much prefer digital. Not that I care about the accuracy of the numbers, but they give you a good baseline for a loop. If you're loop gets gunked up over time, you'll see the numbers drop.

Back on topic, loving the O11D XL! I own two in white, both with triple slim rads (mad props to anyone crazy enough to put a Monsta in this thing, respect)!

Threadripper workstation, dual 1080TIs:


Recently rebuilt my 3rd rig into an XL, since it only had a single 420 rad in it's previous incarnation. All-AMD X470 rig, Ryzen 3700X + Radeon VII, cobbled together with the last of my black soft tube:
05-30-2020 04:30 AM
Regel
Quote: Originally Posted by Fluxmaven View Post
I think I updooted this on reddit the other day... Looks good. Love thicc rads. No such thing as overkill
That might very well be possible!

The only thing I regret a bit is the Bitspower flowmeter... It looks really cool, but the readout doesn't really work. When researching this I read that this seems to be generally accepted and there are a lot of bad reviews saying the sensor gets stuck after a while... Hope it won't for me.
05-29-2020 09:35 PM
Fluxmaven
Quote: Originally Posted by Regel View Post
Finished my build in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL.
* PC Components: 3950x, 2080 Ti, 64GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3600 CL17, Asus Crosshair VIII Formula
* 3x 360mm rads: Alphacool Monsta (80mm) in the bottom, UT-60 (60mm) in the side and XT-45 (45mm cross-flow) in the top.
* Tygon R3400 soft tubing (16/10mm) with Alphacool Deepblack fittings
* Corsair fans: ML120 push in bottom, QL120 pull in bottom, ML120 LED White push in side, LL120 push in top

This was really maximizing the amount of radiator in the case. Overkill? Possibly. Fun? Yes.
I think I updooted this on reddit the other day... Looks good. Love thicc rads. No such thing as overkill
05-29-2020 08:51 AM
Regel Finished my build in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL.
* PC Components: 3950x, 2080 Ti, 64GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3600 CL17, Asus Crosshair VIII Formula
* 3x 360mm rads: Alphacool Monsta (80mm) in the bottom, UT-60 (60mm) in the side and XT-45 (45mm cross-flow) in the top.
* Tygon R3400 soft tubing (16/10mm) with Alphacool Deepblack fittings
* Corsair fans: ML120 push in bottom, QL120 pull in bottom, ML120 LED White push in side, LL120 push in top

This was really maximizing the amount of radiator in the case. Overkill? Possibly. Fun? Yes.
05-27-2020 09:59 PM
ProfeZZor X I never had a chance to post pictures of my recent rig... So here it is. Singularity Spectre case, MSI Z390 Godlike, Nvidia 2080ti Founders, Dominator Plat RGB 3600 16G, Corsair RM 1000 PSU, Thermaltake Riing fans, 3x 1TB Samsung SSD's.
05-27-2020 02:34 PM
KingT Here is my shaggy WC rig:
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