Finished my new monster watercooling setup.

Rizen

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I feel like this is [H] worthy and wanted to share as I am quite excited to finally finish this project. I was piecing this together on and off for about 6 months. I've had the CaseLabs case for about 2 years (bought it used off the forum here) waiting for the right time. It's both incredibly quiet thanks to being able to run the fans at very low rpm, while still delivering very low temperatures. Hope you enjoy.

Computer setup:
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-core CPU
32GB Corsair DDR4 3600MHz
MSI MEG X570 Ace motherboard
NVIDIA Titan X Pascal GPU
EVGA Nu Audio Pro audio board
Samsung 970 Evo 1TB NVME SSD
Crucial MX500 2TB SATA SSD
Seagate Barracuda 3TB + WD Red Pro 6TB HDDs
XFX Black Edition 1250W power supply
CaseLabs TH10 fully aluminum case

Cooling:
3x Hardware Labs SR2 480mm radiators
2x EK Quantum Kinetic Reservoirs w/ D5 water pumps
24x EK Vardar X3M 120mm RGB Fans
EK Velocity AM4 CPU waterblock
EK Titan XP GPU waterblock
AquaComputer OCTO fan/pump controller
AquaComputer Farbwerk 360 RGB controller
A lot of Bitspower fittings
 

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n0ob3r

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I don't mean to necro a thread (it is less then a month old!), but I like this setup.

Did you create this setup for over clocking or just running stock? I am interested to see if you overclocked and how much you were able to keep the temps down with just air.
 

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Good job but the fans on front are triggering my OCD.
I know, :( But it's the design of the case. The 120mm fan openings actually aren't even side to side. The one fan is missing because I can't fit a fan there with the 480mm rad mounted in that location.
 

Rizen

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I don't mean to necro a thread (it is less then a month old!), but I like this setup.

Did you create this setup for over clocking or just running stock? I am interested to see if you overclocked and how much you were able to keep the temps down with just air.
Thanks. I built it to combine high performance with low noise. I can run the fans at very low RPM and the case is actually quite a bit quieter than you'd think. My NAS sitting in the corner of the room is louder when the fans spin up. But the temps are incredibly low. The other day I was playing WoW Classic, ambient air temp was around 68F, and my CPU/GPU load temps were 36C each. This is my Titan XP running at 2088MHz boost clock. WoW Classic actually pushes the GPU hard when you run 8X MSAA at 144fps, my GPU sits right at the power limit the entire time.

My 3900X isn't a great overclocker but I will be picking up a 5900X or 5950X and will be pushing that as well.
 

n0ob3r

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I would personally be interested in future updates to this case and if you have any lessons learned. I am on the fence about getting a large case like this or going in the opposite direction and trying to fit all the parts into a super small case.

again, really enjoyed seeing this.
 
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