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09-15-2019 11:18 AM
NewUser16
Quote: Originally Posted by snef View Post
Hi everyone

long time i post something on OCN

i just finish a build for Asus ROG for the PNK LTD accessories

the first one is named "Fleurs" and this one will be my fife's gaming pc




















I remember snef's builds from whey back when CL was in its full glory. Your builds were always so clean, perfectly matched components and this one is no exception.
09-15-2019 11:11 AM
TeslaHUN
Quote: Originally Posted by Joossens View Post
Completed over a year ago, pics are long overdue...
Alas there's a led that didn't even survived that long :-(

It's my first hardline loop, an all glass build :-)
It is also the first time I modded a case (corsair carbide air 540)

Hope you guys like it!

cheers,
Jo
This looks awesome !
Question :
All radiator fans are intake !? And 0 exhaust fan? is that a good idea ?
09-14-2019 11:04 PM
Ceadderman
Quote: Originally Posted by MrGrievous View Post
Thank you very much for chiming in! It just so happens that I will be getting the 011 Dynamic later this year (unless subject to change). Makes perfect sense that more heat will be added into the loop with addition cooling to other components, my mind is made up and will be getting the monoblock after all as the mobo I have doesnt have the best VRMs and the heatsink doesnt have the most surface area either.
Makes so much sense I got a CVIIHero Block knowing that I am going to end up in an O11 XL.

~Ceadder
09-14-2019 10:02 PM
MrGrievous
Quote: Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
No they don't cool any less, but they do add a touch more heat to the loop as you're cooling Mosfets and VRMs which put off a tad bit of heat.

Monoblocks aren't a necessity as most high end Motherboards come with quality Mosfets and VRMs, but if you're not blowing air over the socket then they help. It's much like RAM. You don't need to watercool them except in situations where airflow is minimal. Such as a O11 Dynamic with two 360s' and no extra fan blowing across/ or with a Horizontal GPU in the way of bottom mounted case fans. So a Monoblock would keep things cool in that kind of setup.

Hope I made this clear enough? The coolant temp stabilizes over a short period of time and heat is expelled at the Radiator.

~Ceadder
Thank you very much for chiming in! It just so happens that I will be getting the 011 Dynamic later this year (unless subject to change). Makes perfect sense that more heat will be added into the loop with addition cooling to other components, my mind is made up and will be getting the monoblock after all as the mobo I have doesnt have the best VRMs and the heatsink doesnt have the most surface area either.
09-14-2019 06:35 PM
Ceadderman
Quote: Originally Posted by MrGrievous View Post
Hello, I have a quick question, do monoblocks cool any less then their dedicated counterparts? Also if the VRM on the mobo stay cool does that mean the board will generally last longer?
No they don't cool any less, but they do add a touch more heat to the loop as you're cooling Mosfets and VRMs which put off a tad bit of heat.

Monoblocks aren't a necessity as most high end Motherboards come with quality Mosfets and VRMs, but if you're not blowing air over the socket then they help. It's much like RAM. You don't need to watercool them except in situations where airflow is minimal. Such as a O11 Dynamic with two 360s' and no extra fan blowing across/ or with a Horizontal GPU in the way of bottom mounted case fans. So a Monoblock would keep things cool in that kind of setup.

Hope I made this clear enough? The coolant temp stabilizes over a short period of time and heat is expelled at the Radiator.

~Ceadder
09-14-2019 08:53 AM
MrGrievous Hello, I have a quick question, do monoblocks cool any less then their dedicated counterparts? Also if the VRM on the mobo stay cool does that mean the board will generally last longer?
09-13-2019 09:16 PM
J7SC I posted this at the Core P5 thread as well... latest vid by Declassified Systems, which/who has done various other TT Core P5 (like this build) and other TT Core cases that are highly unique...

09-12-2019 11:13 AM
snef Hi everyone

long time i post something on OCN

i just finish a build for Asus ROG for the PNK LTD accessories

the first one is named "Fleurs" and this one will be my fife's gaming pc




















09-12-2019 10:53 AM
Joossens Completed over a year ago, pics are long overdue...
Alas there's a led that didn't even survived that long :-(

It's my first hardline loop, an all glass build :-)
It is also the first time I modded a case (corsair carbide air 540)

Hope you guys like it!

cheers,
Jo
09-08-2019 10:17 PM
bintang1180 Just finished antec cube (razer edition) watercooling
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