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2020/03/16 23:33:55 (permalink)
Hello 
So I've wanted to build my "dream rig" for some time now. Over the last year I've been purchasing parts for this build.
Initially I had an MSI 2080 Gaming x Trio GPU but have recently acquired the beloved 2080ti KPE!
 
Before KPE ------> https://imgur.com/a/H7jOMAH 
After KPE --------> https://imgur.com/a/hQR42xa #Frankenstein 
 
Below is a list of some of the parts that have been used in my build
 
Case: O11D (I have the xl on hand for my future watercooling adventure) ;)
CPU: 9900k (10900k in hand, delidded, liquid metal applied, copper ihs installed)
GPU: MSI 2080 Gaming x Trio -------> NOW EVGA 2080Ti Kingpin Edition
RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Royal (silver) 4000Mhz CL17
MB: Z390 Gigabyte Aorus Master (Z490 in hand)
PSU: Seasonic Snow Silent 1050, 80 Plus Platinum 1050w
CPU Cooler: Deepcool Castle 360 EX
Fans: 120mm Lian Li Bora Digital
Storage: 1TB Samsung 970 M.2 NVMe EVO, 2x Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD
 
 
 
Currently I'm acquiring the remaining necessary parts for custom water cooling!
I have most of the parts necessary but the rads are out of stock and my Byski GPU block is still in transit. 
Very much looking forward to posting the progress bit by bit as I attempt custom water cooling among many other mods for the first time ever in order to FINALLY have my true "Dream Rig"!
 
Future build progress will include but wont be limited to..
- Lapping the die of my 9900k because I hate myself :) (no longer needed on a 10900k)
- modding the byski gpu water block to fit properly
- bending acrylic tubing with zero experience beforehand
- painting my black hw labs 360 rads white (the white variant became avaliable)
 
 
EDIT:  I have upgraded to a 10900k and z490 aorus master board for this build.
post edited by MentalityX - 2020/07/11 11:35:33
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/16 23:35:49 (permalink)
Oh and I'm well aware there's only one thumbscrew holding up the KPE right now.. I couldnt be asked to put another one in since I'm going to be tearing down this build for watercooling soon.
 
Ask me about the Red clip if you noticed it.
post edited by MentalityX - 2020/03/16 23:38:33
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/16 23:36:59 (permalink)
The KPE wont fit as stock in the O11D as you can see. XD
 
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/16 23:59:02 (permalink)
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The KPE wont fit as stock in the O11D as you can see. XD
 


I'm interested in your solution for that issue

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/17 01:12:42 (permalink)
You basically have 3 options.
1. Buy an O11D XL
2. Put the KP in a waterblock and build a custom loop.
3. Mod the stock kp cooler by placing some 90degree fittings on the gpu somehow.
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/17 06:49:26 (permalink)

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/21 04:13:48 (permalink)
The "before" looks better to me.

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/21 10:46:57 (permalink)
Your not wrong. Just wait for the hardline cooling pics xd
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/21 11:07:23 (permalink)
Nice 'before photo"


 
"After KP photo"
 


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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/22 20:00:46 (permalink)
The ks will run faster .

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/24 10:56:49 (permalink)
Oooooooooooooooooooooo defo watching with interest OP! The before pics look amazing, even if it's currently a little jank with the Kingpin stuffed in. Confident you'll get it back to looking damn nice once the WC stuff is done . On the hardline bending stuff, I've only done that one time, but it seems to mostly be taking it slow + having plenty of excess so you don't get worried about running out and then mess a bend up because of said worry :D. Mine was a much simpler CPU only loop though, so props for taking on the challenge!
 
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The ks will run faster .

If it clocks noticeably higher the KS can win out, but IIRC the mitigations nerfed the IPC very slightly, a 9900K at the same clocks is a teeny bit faster. IDK what clocks the OP is running, but if it's a well binned 9900K it should do some good numbers, especially on water. 

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/29 06:48:59 (permalink)
After I blew through 3 sticks of tubing I made a simple jig out of some scrap lumber I had. It has a 90 and a 45 degree angle on each end. It really helped with complicated bends. I would love to put a pic of it up but need more posts I guess.
https://postimg.cc/gallery/pK8nkqn
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/03/29 08:38:25 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby MentalityX 2020/07/03 13:08:27
Looks like you are going all out on your build. Looks great! I do agree the MSI card looked better, but the performance.. lol

Just a heads up, every custom watercooled KPE thread I've seen so far shows that the AIO cooler on the RTX 2080Ti KPE isn't worth replacing. The AIO has a custom block with better contact than any of the waterblocks for a custom loop, even the one that EVGA made for it. The one you are looking at doesn't fully work with the KPE without making some cuts to the Bykski block.
Examples:
https://forums.evga.com/Modified-2080ti-Kingpin-Using-EKWB-and-Coldplate-m3002608.aspx
https://forums.evga.com/Installing-the-Bykski-Block-on-the-EVGA-2080ti-Kingpin-m3025547.aspx


If you still go through with it... Make sure to read into the details of those threads, like the thickness of the thermal pads are a huge deal. Also, if this is your first time with water cooling, I highly recommend soft tubing and don't forget a drain port. 

I wouldn't bother with lapping. This is the best block you can get for your board:
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-momentum-aorus-z390-master-d-rgb-plexi
 
I have that on Z390 Master and my i9 9900KS sits around the low 30C range, it tops out around 45C if I push it to 5.2GHz. Keeps the VR's nice and cool too.

As for Radiators, I would recommend:
https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Custom-Cooling/Radiators/hydro-x-xr5-config/p/CX-9030003-WW
 
I have that same case, I use 3 of those 360mm corsair rads currently, they use a brass/copper mix for the internal materials. I wouldn't recommend the front panel reservoir for that case, the pump is very weak... at least not enough to hold pressure in a full loop with three 360mm radiators. 

If you are looking for a Pump/Reservoir I'd recommend this:
https://www.newegg.com/p/37B-000B-001N8?Item=9SIAC8W6MG2208&Tpk=9SIAC8W6MG2208
 
That pump kit is awesome but no longer in production, so now is time to grab them before they are out of stock. It comes with everything you need to mount it in that case.
 
 

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/03 13:01:51 (permalink)
Hello I'm back to report that I'm about to FINALLY begin the custom water loop build. But.. I will now be using a 10900k and z490 board instead of the previous 9900k and z390 board. Look forward to posting some progress pics.. heres a little teaser i guess
https://imgur.com/a/xEny2SC
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/03 13:06:58 (permalink)
Also I have been thinking about trying an experiment with the case by wrapping it in window tint to give it a one way mirror effect where it will only show the internal components when it is turned on and the RGB is lit. Thoughts?
 
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/03 13:10:06 (permalink)
Hey there! Thanks for checking out my build progress. I was wondering if you think the pump on the ek block style res is sufficient for this build?
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Looks like you are going all out on your build. Looks great! I do agree the MSI card looked better, but the performance.. lol

Just a heads up, every custom watercooled KPE thread I've seen so far shows that the AIO cooler on the RTX 2080Ti KPE isn't worth replacing. The AIO has a custom block with better contact than any of the waterblocks for a custom loop, even the one that EVGA made for it. The one you are looking at doesn't fully work with the KPE without making some cuts to the Bykski block.
Examples:
https://forums.evga.com/Modified-2080ti-Kingpin-Using-EKWB-and-Coldplate-m3002608.aspx
https://forums.evga.com/Installing-the-Bykski-Block-on-the-EVGA-2080ti-Kingpin-m3025547.aspx


If you still go through with it... Make sure to read into the details of those threads, like the thickness of the thermal pads are a huge deal. Also, if this is your first time with water cooling, I highly recommend soft tubing and don't forget a drain port. 

I wouldn't bother with lapping. This is the best block you can get for your board:
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-momentum-aorus-z390-master-d-rgb-plexi
 
I have that on Z390 Master and my i9 9900KS sits around the low 30C range, it tops out around 45C if I push it to 5.2GHz. Keeps the VR's nice and cool too.

As for Radiators, I would recommend:
https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Custom-Cooling/Radiators/hydro-x-xr5-config/p/CX-9030003-WW
 
I have that same case, I use 3 of those 360mm corsair rads currently, they use a brass/copper mix for the internal materials. I wouldn't recommend the front panel reservoir for that case, the pump is very weak... at least not enough to hold pressure in a full loop with three 360mm radiators. 

If you are looking for a Pump/Reservoir I'd recommend this:
https://www.newegg.com/p/37B-000B-001N8?Item=9SIAC8W6MG2208&Tpk=9SIAC8W6MG2208
 
That pump kit is awesome but no longer in production, so now is time to grab them before they are out of stock. It comes with everything you need to mount it in that case.
 
 




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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/03 13:30:17 (permalink)
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Hey there! Thanks for checking out my build progress. I was wondering if you think the pump on the ek block style res is sufficient for this build?
RainStryke
Looks like you are going all out on your build. Looks great! I do agree the MSI card looked better, but the performance.. lol

Just a heads up, every custom watercooled KPE thread I've seen so far shows that the AIO cooler on the RTX 2080Ti KPE isn't worth replacing. The AIO has a custom block with better contact than any of the waterblocks for a custom loop, even the one that EVGA made for it. The one you are looking at doesn't fully work with the KPE without making some cuts to the Bykski block.
Examples:
https://forums.evga.com/Modified-2080ti-Kingpin-Using-EKWB-and-Coldplate-m3002608.aspx
https://forums.evga.com/Installing-the-Bykski-Block-on-the-EVGA-2080ti-Kingpin-m3025547.aspx


If you still go through with it... Make sure to read into the details of those threads, like the thickness of the thermal pads are a huge deal. Also, if this is your first time with water cooling, I highly recommend soft tubing and don't forget a drain port. 

I wouldn't bother with lapping. This is the best block you can get for your board:
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-momentum-aorus-z390-master-d-rgb-plexi
 
I have that on Z390 Master and my i9 9900KS sits around the low 30C range, it tops out around 45C if I push it to 5.2GHz. Keeps the VR's nice and cool too.

As for Radiators, I would recommend:
https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Custom-Cooling/Radiators/hydro-x-xr5-config/p/CX-9030003-WW
 
I have that same case, I use 3 of those 360mm corsair rads currently, they use a brass/copper mix for the internal materials. I wouldn't recommend the front panel reservoir for that case, the pump is very weak... at least not enough to hold pressure in a full loop with three 360mm radiators. 

If you are looking for a Pump/Reservoir I'd recommend this:
https://www.newegg.com/p/37B-000B-001N8?Item=9SIAC8W6MG2208&Tpk=9SIAC8W6MG2208
 
That pump kit is awesome but no longer in production, so now is time to grab them before they are out of stock. It comes with everything you need to mount it in that case.
 
 








If your asking about the EK flat reservoir/pump combos they work great, i am using one of the 240mm flats on my build right now for just the cpu and having no issues. Nice and quiet. Its on a custom loop with a 360MM x 80MM super thick radiator. But if your combining the cpu and gpu in a single loop not sure how you will get along. 
post edited by sparetimepc - 2020/07/03 13:35:05




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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/13 12:44:41 (permalink)
We need to see some update photos

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/13 13:11:17 (permalink)
 
I like the idea of the window tint, just never seen it on a case before. It'd be interesting to try, that's for sure. 
 

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Re: 10900k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/16 23:20:09 (permalink)
Hello. Sorry I've been slow to update this post. I've been busy.
 
Here's a little spoiler porn to compensate. This is after I slapped it all together in a haste to do a test run with plain distilled water. I used an ek leak tester first and passed which worked great btw.
 
https://imgur.com/a/8NuxjgK 
post edited by MentalityX - 2020/07/16 23:23:43
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/16 23:25:27 (permalink)
Does anyone know of a way to remove this ROG branding on the glass of the XL? I thought it was supposed to be etched in but It doesn't appear so to me. I could be wrong though.
post edited by MentalityX - 2020/07/16 23:27:35
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/16 23:30:38 (permalink)
About the only way to remove the branding would be to replace the glass. Your build looks so awesome I think you should just ignore the branding. 

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/16 23:47:28 (permalink)
I also think it still looks awesome regardless of the logo anyhow. Thank you for the compliment!
I'm curious if anyone who owns an XL variant of the 011 could tell me if their ROG logo is also like this below.
 
Look at this up close. https://imgur.com/a/At2PDNz
Do you see the faint lines near the logo? Its the edge of some adhesive that seems as if it was left from applying this logo.. kind of lame of production to do this if so.
Anyhow the logo can be felt as a raised piece of material and maybe just a thin material that is glued on. Am I just dead wrong here or what?
I'm about to heat it up and go at it with a razor just to find out otherwise heh.
 
 
post edited by MentalityX - 2020/07/17 00:02:39
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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/17 09:43:23 (permalink)
 
I love the distribution plate in the case, that's a beautiful build. What fans do you have in there...they seem to glow. 
 

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Re: 9990k 2080ti KPE Rig (Build In Pogress) 2020/07/17 13:39:56 (permalink)
Thank you! They do seem to glow with all the white going on in the case.
They are the newer Corsair QL Fans
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"Crystal" 10900k 2080ti KPE Rig 2020/07/18 18:54:51 (permalink)
Alright Boys and Girls I'm back to reveal the "final" build post. 
I intend to re-do some things.
Like some bends (mainly GPU), change some fittings (the Thermaltake fittings on the Res./GPU/CPU are too big IMO), and see about the white coolant I purchased (thoughts on pastel white coolant for this build?). I also intend to replace the 2080ti kingpin backplate with a plain white backplate that will have a layer of acrylic underneath which will light up very soon. (order pending) 
 
I purchased this backplate from JMMods https://www.jmmods.com/ shoutout to them as they are very intimate with their customers and I appreciated that a lot. (message them on their FB page for direct contact).  A second-order will be placed for a more custom mirrored backplate* (Lookout for these pictures in the coming weeks)
 
The plain distilled water has captivated me so much I decided to leave it this way for at least the near future (a week or two).  Expect some more pictures after I swap coolant to pastel white.
 
My first bend went great but I did have some trouble with the GPU bends. I  bought more tubing so I can redo these at a later date since I know I can do them better. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
https://imgur.com/gallery/JIe50N5
(I'm currently writing out the final post :) )
 
 
post edited by MentalityX - 2020/07/18 21:24:20
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Re: "Crystal" 10900k 2080ti KPE Rig 2020/07/19 01:18:05 (permalink)
Very nice build, clean and shiny for sure.  I have never used one of the distro plates before, excellent !!!! 
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