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Re: DeeBee Xtreme - Fractal Node 202 Full CPU & GPU Watercooled 2020/01/23 19:50:57 (permalink)
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Do you mind to take more photos? I have similar components and am trying to figure out what watercooling equipment to buy. I'm unsure if an EK Vector + XSPC TX 240mm Radiator + ML 120mm fans would be able to fit. I'm also unsure if I have enough clearance on the side(width) to be able to close the case.


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Re: DeeBee Xtreme - Fractal Node 202 Full CPU & GPU Watercooled 2020/01/26 16:44:06 (permalink)
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my Node 202 custom loop build.
 
-ryzen 2600X @ 4.1 GHz
-G-skill 3200MHz CL14 RAM, because ryzen is a picky little s**t when it comes to memory. anything other than samsung B-die wouldn't go faster than 2666MHz and performance took a big hit. went through 3 ram kits before shelling out 2x for the fancy RAM. 
-RTX 2080 (reference board)
-EK supremacy EVO and Alphacool Eisblock GPX-N waterblocks
-Tecnofront iTRAP res and Phobya 220 pump
-XSPC TX240 res and Noctua NF-A12x15 PWM fans
-assorted fittings/adapter from EK, barrow, bitspower, koolance, phobya, alphacool, swiftech, monsoon and enzotech (at least 2 of each). extras that i had laying around from previous builds. still can't believe how a build this tiny consumed so many damn fittings. 
-Corsair SF600 PSU... because why bother with anything else. 
-primochill 3/8 - 5/8 tubing that was on clearance at microcenter, 10 feet for $8!
 
 



 
Do you mind to take more photos? I have similar components and am trying to figure out what watercooling equipment to buy. I'm unsure if an EK Vector + XSPC TX 240mm Radiator + ML 120mm fans would be able to fit. I'm also unsure if I have enough clearance on the side(width) to be able to close the case.




I know I am not the person you directly asking for. But I can hopefully assist as the OP of this post.
 
I would highly recommend a 90 degree GPU terminal adapter (See Ek-FC 90 Terminal) as that was definitely needed in my build otherwise there would be no clearance near the GPU terminal for 2x90 degree fittings as it will clash with the radiator or case side panel.
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Re: DeeBee Xtreme - Fractal Node 202 Full CPU & GPU Watercooled 2020/01/26 16:47:13 (permalink)
tbchan3
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my Node 202 custom loop build.
 
-ryzen 2600X @ 4.1 GHz
-G-skill 3200MHz CL14 RAM, because ryzen is a picky little s**t when it comes to memory. anything other than samsung B-die wouldn't go faster than 2666MHz and performance took a big hit. went through 3 ram kits before shelling out 2x for the fancy RAM. 
-RTX 2080 (reference board)
-EK supremacy EVO and Alphacool Eisblock GPX-N waterblocks
-Tecnofront iTRAP res and Phobya 220 pump
-XSPC TX240 res and Noctua NF-A12x15 PWM fans
-assorted fittings/adapter from EK, barrow, bitspower, koolance, phobya, alphacool, swiftech, monsoon and enzotech (at least 2 of each). extras that i had laying around from previous builds. still can't believe how a build this tiny consumed so many damn fittings. 
-Corsair SF600 PSU... because why bother with anything else. 
-primochill 3/8 - 5/8 tubing that was on clearance at microcenter, 10 feet for $8!
 
 



 
Do you mind to take more photos? I have similar components and am trying to figure out what watercooling equipment to buy. I'm unsure if an EK Vector + XSPC TX 240mm Radiator + ML 120mm fans would be able to fit. I'm also unsure if I have enough clearance on the side(width) to be able to close the case.




I know I am not the person you have directly asked, but as the original OP I can tell you that if you want to watercool a GPU in the node 202 with a 25mm thick fan + 20mm radiator, you definitely need a 90 degree terminal adapter (See EK-FC 90 Terminal), otherwise you cannot fit 90 degree fittings on the regular terminal without clashing the radiator/case side panel, unless your graphics card PCB height is 120mm and the terminal protrudes past the radiator (even then it may still clash with the bottom panel).
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Re: DeeBee Xtreme - Fractal Node 202 Full CPU & GPU Watercooled 2020/02/01 00:43:24 (permalink)
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