Involved in this new itxcase, just as tester,
and i'd like to show this "Expandable SFF Case for watercooling enthusiasts"
209 X 161 X 372 MM
1st expand: 27mm (fans, drives) 235 X 162 X...
Just as the title says: is there any interest in a case roughly the volume of the Ncase M1, but capable of holding two 30mm thick 280mm radiators? I am in the (early) process of creating such a case for myself; but since I'll be doing the work of creating the case anyway, I wanted to gauge...
A huge ITX system that is all about beauty and raw power.
Supported by Watercool
Made with <3 by Enter Plasma
9900K & RTX 2080 with heavy OC in a Shift X
Custom, high end, high performance Watercooling
Custom RGBW Cables in MDPC-X Sleeve
"Fixing" the Phanteks...
[This was my first successful custom water cooling loop, go gentle]
So I was finally able to finish my extremely long overdue water cooling loop. I'm sure no one remembers my custom case project by this point, but I basically gave up on it until I decide to get mini itx or some nonsense. So the...
Please see post #12 for updated parts/questions
Its been some time since I have posted here, but glad to see the forum live and strong.
Putting together my 1st water cooling build and need your advice/opinion/critic. I already have a GTX 1060 and will be reusing my...
The much maligned PC gaming sector has received a boost in a new survey conducted by EEDAR. According to the 2018 Gamer Segmentation Report conducted on 5,000 US gamers, mobile gaming is the number one way to play games as 90% of those surveyed chose that option. But then it gets interesting...
Hey guys (and gals)!! First timer here at hard forums, and I just had a few questions and I was hoping to run into someone who has experience. It seems that the customary thing to do is list specs (Sry I think I've only ever posted a handful of times in my life) so here they are:
- I5 8600k @...
HEATKILLER IV Pro Threadripper Water Block Review
WaterCool.de does not mess around when it comes to water cooling enthusiasts computers for well over a decade now. Many of us have been waiting with bated breath for Watercool's entry into the Threadripper cooling market, and it finally is with...
We were getting the HEATKILLER IV PRO water block fired up here on the test bench for a bout of AMD Threadripper abuse and I left a bunch of extra air in the lines so we could get a look at the flow pattern during startup.
Seems that FrozenCPU is running a 25% off all orders over $100 for President's Day. The code to use at checkout is "presidents".
In honor of president's day we are issuing a 25% off coupon on all in stock purchases over $100 dollars from Friday 2/16/2018 until midnight Monday 2/19/2018. Use...
Manufacturer of custom watercooling equipment EK issued an apology yesterday for it's AMD Threadripper waterblocks. The EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition CPU water blocks were "not up to EK standards so action had to be taken." EK has come up with a new cold plate for Threadripper...
I did some looking on Reddit and some other forms and didn't come up with anything solid. My question is about the liquid I need for my parts.
A nickel plated mono block on my impact 8.
A nickel plated fury x block.
And a nexxos xt 45 full copped rad.
Tubing is ek-zmt.
Any help would be...
Reeven NAIA 240 All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Today we are reviewing Reeven's first AIO cooler to come to market, the NAIA 240. It breaks with tradition a bit in that it is a refillable system rather than permanently closed as we see in many others. Let's see if its Frag-Harder lights and...
When we took delivery of the Phanteks Threadripper waterblock, we also asked Phanteks to send over its waterblock for the GTX 1080 Ti. We are getting it out onto the test bench and show you what is in the box. Damn that is purty.
We have seen huge delta in Threadripper cooling since launch (TR4 cooing reviews here, here, here and here), and along with what has been a very narrow market, we are now seeing some more players show up. Watercool has announced its new TR4 block and has it up for pre-buy as of tomorrow...
XSPC RayStorm Threadripper Waterblock on Ryzen 7
If you could mount your Threadripper custom cooling waterblock on your socket AM4 Ryzen 7 CPU, wouldn't you? Of course the answer is yes. However, the results turned out a bit different than we thought those might.
This WC build will be for my 7800x. Wish me luck :)
Case *TBD* but the cases top on my list will support the below build.
EK-COOLSTREAM XE 360 (TRIPLE)
$99.99 1 $99.99
MODMYTOYS RED CARBON FIBER ENHANCED COMPRESSION FITTINGS, 3/8" X 1/2" SIX PACK - CHROME
$35.95 1 $35.95
KOOLANCE QD3 QUICK...
ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX 1080 Ti Platinum Edition - Part 2 - It’s time to let the liquid flow and put the ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX 1080 Ti Platinum Edition to the ultimate test. We will connect a Koolance Liquid Cooling System and test GPU frequency, gaming performance, and of course push the video...
AMD R9 290 Watercooled - Kraken G10, Kraken x31, Gelid VRM Kit
I don't have a lot of Ebay feedback since I don't use it much, but here is my heatware.
Feel free to PM or respond with any questions.
Good condition. Had this card for less than 2 years, bought a Kraken G10, Kraken x31 and Gelid...
I have spare Aquacomputer GTX Titax X ( 700 series ) waterblock. I was thinking (out side the box a little) what would happen if i added it into my custom loop, have it placed GPU side facing up inside tub and fill it with "dry ice" .
Added pic of the PC, PS 2nd strix is...
Thank you for checking out my build! More pics below, or here: http://imgur.com/a/xFLZx
First watercooled rig. First time overclocking. Second PC build for me. Many parts were reused from my previous build and bought on sale. Used for daily work (teleconferencing) and 4k 60hz gaming. I also do...
So I just finished this mITX build in the NCASE M1. I'm very satisfied with the results and the PC works great. The idea sprung from seeing Bluehandstech's M1 build, I instantly knew I had to get this case and watercool it. I decided early on that I was to use hardline tubing only, and with...
I am planning my water cooling setup now for when I build my new PC. I decided to water cool this one since i have not done that in 15 years or so. I know what I want to use for my reservoir, but not sure how much volume of liquid I will need. I am only planning on cooling the CPU, GPU, and...
So I have a box of bitspower fittings, extra D5 pumps, and 2-3 fan rads that were semi-retired (or put away for the time being) after my last build... I've moved over to an easy to manage AIO H100i and lightly OC'ing the 2600K and am running my 980ti on the stock cooler... suits my needs atm...
I have a Swiftech 360mm rad, a Swiftech pump, and a swiftech res I'd all need to fit in this case, as well as my 13+ inch Zotac 980ti. I would prefer a white case, a window works but isn't necessary. Any suggestions?
I'm building my first custom loop. I've build some closed loop Corsair-type systems before, but this is a bit more complicated.
- I just got all my parts, but I am not sure how can I make sure that all my parts are working before I start building the loops. There is no cooler that comes...
So I was cleaning my case yesterday when I noticed what appeared to be some corrosion on the silver in my reservoir..
In my loop I use:
-EKWB copper/acrylic blocks
-Silver bitspower compression fittings
-EKWB Coolstream XTX240, XSPC RX360 V3 radiators
-A Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 250...
I've just put together my new PC.
i7 6700k (not overclocked atm.)
EK-CoolStream PE 240 (dual block)
EK-CoolStream SE 120 (single block)
EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM (pump)
NB-eLoop Fan B12-PS - 120mm PWM (fans on the blocks)
My idle is 40C and under stress it is stable at...