Vlada011Very nice.You used Alphacool fittings new line or some other brand? This is expensive hardware.
knightsilverFlyinion's, How ya liking the Ryzen 7 3700X ? Looking to replace a x58 early next year, and im diff interested in the pcie_4 bandwidth. Do ya do any modeling or CAD?
TwoEvilOneVery nice rig, and nice kitchen and den too. Never really thought of the kitchen as the place to build, but i can see it works, LOL.
GTXJackBauerThe problem with having different RGB fans is running so many different programs, let alone different specs and audibles. I personally like having one set of fans from one mfger and software.
GTXJackBauerI've been seeing some RGB support brackets lately which look pretty cool. I'm sure there are more through google searches and amazon.
xmanriggerLooks great.Just my OCD kickin in, but I think you could easily clean up the tubing routing. EVGA states either port on the HydroCopper block can be used for inlet or outlet. Normally, I would connect to the same one you did. It cools the core first. But unless you are overclocking the card to the tits for benchmarks, the cooling difference is negligible. It would be more efficient (slightly less tubing) to go from the CPU block to the GPU to the other port. This not only uses less tubing, but it would straighten out the run making it neater. This in turn would relocate the lower inlet line to be shorter and a bit straighter. Again, making it neater. Lastly, shorten the run from the rez to the rad. Take the kink out of it and make it vertical.The in/out orientation on the pump top kinda sucks. I would have gone out from rez, to rad, to CPU, to GPU, back to rez. Only my opinion. Rock whatever makes you roll. Anyways, nice build.
GTXJackBauerVery nice Fly! Much roomier case to work with.
flyinionGTXJackBauerVery nice Fly! Much roomier case to work with. Thanks! Yeah much more room. I plan to probably add a 420 in the front or a thicker 360 push/pull in the bottom later on, but I'm going to learn how to bend PETG tube before I do that. Also, can you spot the problem in the last photo with the GPU closeup? I didn't notice it until a couple hours after the system was on and had even done stress testing. Guess I checked for smoke and forgot to make sure everything was actually working. Noticed it looking at the pic later after I sent it to someone. Yeah.......that middle fan isn't turning on the rad. I though I was going to have to pull it out to fix it, because in my infinite wisdom I used a technique I saw in a youtube video and zip tied up all the fan/RGB cables along the backside of the fans/rad. The RGB is daisy chained together, the PWM connectors are in a 3 way splitter from EK that is only 10mm long and when I went to plug it into the CPU header (only possible before bolting in the rad) apparently the connector for the middle fan pulled out when I twisted the splitter around. I actually managed to fix it in place with about 10-15 minutes of fiddling last night with a high powered LED light in the bottom and looking through the open spots in the top of the frame. I was actually able to get fingers up there. So happy I didn't have to pull the rad out. I could have done it with the length of those two tube but I'd have needed an extra pair of hands to support it etc while I fixed the splitter.
GTXJackBauer Didn't even realize that. I thought you were referencing to the GPU RGB not matching the rest unless of course the camera is playing games with my eyes. If not, I'm sure some tweaking in PX1 could fix that. Replacing a fan is actually fairly simple without the need to remove a rad or loop unless it's too tight up there for ya. As for the fan not spinning, you could run one fan and still get cooling to your silicon. As long as the pump(s) are working. You could possibly get away with passive cooling before it gets to the danger zone but with no pump flow, that would spike the temps but you should be covered there with the safety mechanisms built-in the silicons/MB.
GTXJackBauer Didn't even realize that. I thought you were referencing to the GPU RGB not matching the rest unless of course the camera is playing games with my eyes. If not, I'm sure some tweaking in PX1 could fix that.