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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:
05-24-2020 04:17 PM
oreonutz
Quote: Originally Posted by Sc00ter View Post
This guy's got it figured out!

In all honesty, if static electricity wasn't a serious concern, I'd have a similar setup with the radiator and pump sitting on shelves above the MB on my desk. Talk about making things easy to work on and NEVER having to worry about particular case flow issues.
LOL! I have all my Components in my case, but I run all my cooling up on a shelf, with Pumps and Rads, and it does make it easy to fill, drain, and clean dust. Right now cables are everywhere, but next weekend I plan on tiding it all up. It also has the advantage of the Rads getting Fresh air, gets you another degree c or so, lol.
05-24-2020 04:09 PM
Sc00ter
Quote: Originally Posted by 0451 View Post
My desktop computer
This guy's got it figured out!

In all honesty, if static electricity wasn't a serious concern, I'd have a similar setup with the radiator and pump sitting on shelves above the MB on my desk. Talk about making things easy to work on and NEVER having to worry about particular case flow issues.
05-24-2020 02:06 PM
oreonutz
Quote: Originally Posted by 0451 View Post
Haha thanks. It's just temporary while I clean my loop and work on some case mods. This has been my computer desk since I was 8. When I was a kid I built a computer inside the bottom drawer with a Pentium 4 2.8 ghz and GeForce FX5600 before I knew anything about thermals and before case modding was a thing.
LOL! I love it!

Thats sounds a lot like my child hood. My dad was an AMD Employee back in the bay area when I was 5. He used to bring home all kinds of cool computer stuff and show it to me. We built my first PC Together when I was 6 Years Old (early 1990's), one of my earliest memories. Crazy how times have changed since then.
05-24-2020 12:49 PM
0451 Haha thanks. It's just temporary while I clean my loop and work on some case mods. This has been my computer desk since I was 8. When I was a kid I built a computer inside the bottom drawer with a Pentium 4 2.8 ghz and GeForce FX5600 before I knew anything about thermals and before case modding was a thing.
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