EVGATech_GabrielTVery nice, Like the white and green.
ARIOS-X1Very Nice Build! I even liked the Orange style as well, you've done this very professionally!
Bee666EVGATech_GabrielTVery nice, Like the white and green. Thanks! always wanted To try This colour scheme.
EVGATech_GabrielTBee666EVGATech_GabrielTVery nice, Like the white and green. Thanks! always wanted To try This colour scheme. You're very welcome. It came out very well, Congrats.
rjohnson11A great build so thanks for sharing
CpCrunchGamerAwesome Node 202 BuildI have the Exact same Case. with a z270i mobo and a asus strix 1080it OC I want to do something like your build. ? I will be posting pictures of my node 202 1080 ti current Funky Setup,, but looking forward to upgrading it and making it look bad ass
XrayMan Looking great.
NarcolepsyI started doing my watercooled Node 202 project at about the same time as you started this refresh. It took me a lot longer to decide on how to do it and which parts to use, so I had the advantage of using some of your ideas to help me. I'm an OCAU member so I put my log up over there, but I thought I owed it to you to post in here and say thanks for a little inspiration and assistance. I've only just finished the cooling so I'll also be copying most of how you've done the acrylic window as well. Thanks for sharing with us all, and thanks for helping me with my build even if you didn't realise you were :D
RedAlert19WOW! I'm so excited that I stumbled upon this because it it exactly the solution that I've been looking for, as I am having cooling issues with my new Node 202 build. This looks amazing and I was over here thinking I was about to buy a full watercooling loop and mount the radiator on the outside of the case in a shroud, meaning major case modding and it looking pretty weird. I have a couple questions, though:1) With the modded side panels, are you still able to use the base that came with it for standing in the tower position?2) Did you ever get temperature readings for your system? If so, I would really like to know the results! Tanks again for sharing this, you're doing God's work out here!
AisthetikosHello. Amazing build Bee666! I am looking to migrate from my old Node 202 to the slim, and really love the watercooling in this build. Can you share the fittings parts list that was used for this build? I was trying to get it from the OG post, but being my first WC build, I'm afraid I may miss a 90 or so
BaratakBeautiful and tasteful build, well done and a +1!
solomonshvmy 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!
Bee666AisthetikosHello. Amazing build Bee666! I am looking to migrate from my old Node 202 to the slim, and really love the watercooling in this build. Can you share the fittings parts list that was used for this build? I was trying to get it from the OG post, but being my first WC build, I'm afraid I may miss a 90 or so Hi Aisthetikos. Of by heart I believe these are the following fittings (Although I may be missing a few so always purchase a few extra just incase) 14x EK ACF 10/13mm1x EK T-Block 3 Way1x EK X-Block 4 Way14x EK ACF 90 Degree Rotary Fitting2x EK 90 Degree Elbow Fitting1x EK GPU Terminal 90 Degree Rotary1x EK Rotary Extenders M-M2x EK Extenders F-F1x EK Extenders M-F1x XSPC Temperature Probe Fitting2x EK Stop Plug Fitting However, I would probably add a few more extra EK ACF or 90 degree or Extenders just incase as I can't remember precisely how much of each fitting (I just kept grabbing fittings out of my box when I needed them whilst building this haha) Any further questions let me know =)