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|07-13-2020 07:03 AM|
Ryzen 9 3900X
Asrock X570 Phantom Gaming Tb3 ITX
Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200 32GB
Aorus 1080ti WB waterforce
960GB NVME SSD Corsair Force
|06-02-2020 07:44 AM|
all plumbed up and live, pending OS install. Not quite as planned out as it could have been, turns out the pump inlet/outlet is not what I had hoped (or even considered TBH), the GPU is being feed through into the outlet...shize. I'm assuming you can't just reverse a pump impeller and this means re routing the tubing, maybe I just roll with it and see how it runs??
Hope, you mind me asking, but where did you get that shroud for the radiators? Is it 3D printed? Can you share?
Edit; Just realized that you already shared the plans.... Thanks!
|05-30-2020 12:03 PM|
|05-26-2020 10:37 PM|
Radiator Duct + mesh infill STL's
V2 of the duct is performing really well, takes much longer to reach saturation temp which I assume has something to do with increased flow?
The real bonus to this setup is the noise reducers on the pumps, they're barely audible now and gaming temps have improved, winning.
Attached are the STL's for both the dual pump duct (which requires a mini GPU) and the original version which is for a full length Asus strix card. Please double check the length of your card if you're going to use the full length card version of the duct, the measurement from top of radiator to the bottom of the notch is approx 45mm. I'm using 30mm rads.
I've also attached the mesh infills & 120 to 140 fan adapter which are essential if you want to do the twin fan setup like this. My 2700x is running 4.3ghz & the GPU is +380 and the water loop hasn't got passed 55 degrees.
Note I run my shift horizontal under the TV, it draws air over the I/O, down the gap in the front panel, through rad 1 and then ducted through rad 2. All exhaust is out the bottom of the case including the power supply exhaust. The result is a very cool mobo even when the water loop has maxed out.
Not sure how this would go if the fan direction was reversed and the case stood vertically, heat rises but you are dumping all the hot rad air directly onto the mobo, a slim 120 on the lid might solve that issue though? it just works so well horizontally.
|05-11-2020 10:04 AM|
|RaduV||Probably Shift X doesn't suffer as much from GPU overheating since its designed for custom cooling. Some mods I did to improve cooling and be able to use dual AIO.|
|05-03-2020 06:20 AM|
|nyk20z3||Makes no sense why they didn't make mesh panels for the Shift X?|
|05-03-2020 04:15 AM|
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
Motherboard: Gigabyte X570 I Aorus Pro WiFi
Memory: G.Skill Trident Z Neo 3600 MHz
Storage: Intel 660P Series, 500 GB & 1 TB
Graphics: Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT
PSU: Corsair SF600 Platinum
Case: Phanteks Evolv Shift TG
Fans: Noctua NF-F12 (2x), NF-A14, NF-A12x15
Cooling: EKWB ZMT Tubing, Velocity Strike RGB, Vector RX 5700 +XT Special Edition, EK-Quantum Kinetic FLT120, EK CoolStream SE 120 (2x), and Fittings.
Awesome build, surprised that you've mange to fit the slim fan in the top cover. Guessing you've used adapters otherwise cables will stick in to the fan.
|05-03-2020 04:05 AM|
MSI Z390i MPG Gaming Edge AC
CORSAIR Hydro H80iV2
2x16Go 3200 HyperX
PNY XLR8 CS3030 1To
PNY XLR8 CS3030 500Go
Shadow Wings 2 Fans 140mm
ZOTAC RTX 2070 SUPER MINI
Step 2 :
NZXT KRAKEN G12
CORSAIR HYDRO H55
NOCTUA NF-A12x15 PWM
Bottom CORSAIR Hydro H80iV2 1x120 fan + 1x120 NOCTUA NF-A12x15 PWM (push-pull) -> intake (will try exhaust later)
Top front Shadow Wings 2 1x140 -> intake
Bottom/front CORSAIR HYDRO H55 1xNOCTUA NF-A12x15 PWM -> exhaust
Currently my biggest problem is the front panel. Hot air is badly evacuated
After 1 hour gaming (without front panel)
Love it, should have picked up the chromax fans though.
|05-03-2020 04:03 AM|
|RaduV||Planning to cut a hole next week in my shift X to mount the GPU AIO on top of the PSU. Will post pics after.|
|04-02-2020 12:50 AM|
HTPC Dual SSD Bracket
Hello Evolv Shift owners! I've been looking out for a new case for my HTPC for a while. It's an older PC and doesn't have m.2 support so run's purely off 2.5" disks. I'd like to move to a raid 5 with three disks and keep the current setup of an ssd for the system disk.
Main question is, considering a 3.5" disk fits between the case and the shroud on the back, would the phanteks dual ssd bracket fit as well? Best I can find for the dimensions of the bracket are 3.3” x 1” x 4.7” (85mm x 25mm x120mm )(Wx H x D).
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