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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/01 13:56:05 (permalink)
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/05 06:36:11 (permalink)
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/05 06:55:53 (permalink)
Added a 12" bitfenix fan splitter braided cable.  The backplate helped with the installation.  First thing I tied down was the supplementary power cable and the bitfenix fan splitter.  Used a 1"x1" inch sticky back connector to hold down the tie strap.  The Audio cable is so well hidden it runs underneath the MB and underneath the EVGA Z87 shield.  Used locking pliers from my tackle box to work in some of the tight places.  Would recommend replacing any cable you can with braided cables.  I was very pleased to tuck the USB 3.0 motherboard header between the GPU and MB.  To do this I took the battery out (pay attention to which is + when you replace battery as I forgot and had to look at pictures online).  I kinked the cable a bit to with pliers to train it to bend back.  To hide the USB 3.0 you attach the USB 3.0 header to the mother and than slowly attach the GPU to the MB and it will fit.
 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/05 10:00:55 (permalink)
 

z87 classified  4770k  titan x reference 
hadron z87 stinger 4770k 980 reference
hadron z87 stinger 4690k 970 reference
z87 classified 4670k 2x 970 sli  reference
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/05 10:12:15 (permalink)


z87 classified  4770k  titan x reference 
hadron z87 stinger 4770k 980 reference
hadron z87 stinger 4690k 970 reference
z87 classified 4670k 2x 970 sli  reference
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/07 17:25:59 (permalink)
First post here, just finished my Hadron Air!
 
I spent about 4 hours getting the cables all fixed up, had to cut a bunch down since I decided to use custom white sleeved extensions. 
 
Rig Setup:
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  • GTX 760 HAWK @1350MHz
  • 8GB ADATA XPG V2.0 @ 1600 CAS9
  • 128GB Samsung 840 Pro
  • 1TB Seagate HDD
  • 160GB Seagate HDD
  • Panasonic Slot-load DVD/CD writer/reader
  • EVGA Mini-ITX cooler
  • Gigabyte Z87N-Wifi board
  • Custom White Sleeved Cabling
And I have my fans setup currently as intakes, because the Cougar's I bought are too thick, and the 24-pin connector rubs the blades when flipped the other way lol Just ordered some Gelid Slims and will see what kind of temps I get. I've been pretty lucky so far with the power supply, it's been pretty dang quiet - at least during idle/general computing lol it gets pretty dang loud at load, but I'm gaming with headphones so I can't hear it :)
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/09 08:58:23 (permalink)
@mike a - I love what you did with that intake fan, I already ordered one to try that myself.  It may not be much, but anything helps in a mini-itx build.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/24 17:09:40 (permalink)
Does the asus 780 poseidon fits in the case hadron hydro with the evga Watercooling? Please someone answer or recommend me what 780 or 780ti is compatible with this case and Watercooling?
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/04/29 22:29:21 (permalink)
Thanks for the wiring pics. I cant wait for my case gets here so I can get started.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/05/01 03:18:10 (permalink)
I like how Jacob put metal badge on Hydro series pump.
I keep two EVGA case badges, one for D5 X-Top one for something else.

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/05/08 10:15:06 (permalink)
just got my hadron hydro. works great. looks great. cools great.
decided not to build it myself (damn kids), and instead ordered it pre built.
not sure about their liquid loop mounting choices though :-(
guess where they put the missing metal piece

apart this nag, nice system: evga stinger z87, evga water cooled 780, samsung 1Tb ssd
post edited by ugandy - 2014/05/08 10:19:19
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/06/02 15:23:21 (permalink)
My EVGA GTX 670 fan was starting to rattle. Figured I'd do what any sane man would do and strip the whole system and watercool the whole thing.
This was my first ever 'loop all the things' build. I checked all the forums I could and watched more watercooling how-to's than I cared for. EVGA support, Swiftech, and FrozenCPU were really helpful in answering my questions and recommending additional parts for me.
 
Personal thoughts: The included compression fittings were down right PAINFUL to use as opposed to the 2 additional fittings i got for the card (which went on without any special tools or swearing whatsoever).
 
 

 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/06/03 01:56:51 (permalink)
Front side of Hadron is best looking front panel.
Nice cooling, no worry for CPU/GPU at this summer.

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/06/04 05:22:03 (permalink)
My recent lan box build. 
 
ASRock Z87E-ITX
4670k w/ ACX cooler
Corsair 8GB Dominator 2000mhz CL9
Powercolor R9 290x
Samsung 840 EVO 250GB SSD
Seagate 3TB 7200rpm
Corsair AF120 fans
 





 
 
 

Corsair 540 AIR
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/06/05 22:47:29 (permalink)
My current planned specs are as follows:
Case = EVGA Hadron Air
Motherboard = EVGA Z97 Stinger
CPU = i5 4670K
CPU Cooler = EVGA ACX
RAM = HyperX Fury Black Series 8GB (maybe 16GB)
GPU = EVGA GTX 780 Ti SC (with EVGA's back plate)
SSD = SanDisk Extreme II 480GB
 
I am planning on switching the exhaust fans with the Corsair Air Series AF120 LED White since there aren't any green. Other than that I am good to go, but I am just waiting on some videos reviews for the Z97 Stinger. It looks like a great MoBo, but I want to see some professional testing and opinions.
post edited by donkikongo - 2014/06/12 08:52:35
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/06/19 20:01:40 (permalink)
Just built a new LAN rig with the Hadron Hydro. Being able to fit hardware this powerful into such a small space is great.
 
I'm very happy with the case overall, but there are some things that could be better. Making the drive cage removable would make it possible to install an H100i without modding the case. I did not have any issues with the PSU fan. The only time I hear it is right when I turn the system on and it goes to 100% for a second.
 
CPU temps max out at 50C in games at 4.2GHz. Higher clocks are possible with this cooling, but I have not had the time to push it further.
 
CPU: i5 4670K @ 4.2GHz
Mobo: ASRock Z87E-ITX
RAM: 2x4GB DDR3 1866
GPU: EVGA GTX Titan*
SSD: Crucial M500 480GB
Cooling: Corsair H100i - required cutting a small piece of metal at the top of the case
 
*gets borrowed from my main rig for LANs, otherwise I use the iGPU.
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/06/23 03:36:50 (permalink)
my build:

 

 
 

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/09 06:48:08 (permalink)
Nice rig man!
Congrats!

 
My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/victorleidi
Case: Hadron Air (PSU 500W Gold +)
Motherboard: Asus Z97i-plus
CPU: Intel core i7 4790k 46-46-45-44
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
Thermal Paste: Noctua NT H1
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC + ACX cooler
RAM Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz 2x4GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
Monitor: AOC IPS LED 21.5pol i2269 Slim
Áudio: Edifier MP300 Plus 22W RMS (1x sub 15W + 2x 3,5W)
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Surge Protector: Clamper Energia
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/09 07:38:42 (permalink)
Upgrade Humble Hadron Air version 2.0 
I replaced the 2 white led stripes to a LED RGB stripe with controller.
For some reason, when I first installed the LED stripe i tied it directly into MOLEX output 12v PSU Hadron Air, the LEDs wasn't working, or working very feeble (remember that this LED RGB stripe has a total length of 80cm and estimated consumption of only 3.4 w). Thus, I had to make changes and adapt the output power of the LED stripe controller to be connected to the power jack in my home by a 12v source (those that feed power to routers, modems, cell phones etc. ...) and it worked. Now I can turn the LED on and off independently the computer is on or not, so it was even better!
Also arranged a backplate for the EVGA GTX 780.
This Backplate serves primarily for two things: protection of exposed electronic components of GPU and improve the aesthetic / visual machine.
Follow demonstration photos and video of this 2.0 version 
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRPwMb6kkRk&list=UUHgg2l0lniVcj5A69GRgvEg
 



 
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Case: Hadron Air (PSU 500W Gold +)
Motherboard: Asus Z97i-plus
CPU: Intel core i7 4790k 46-46-45-44
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
Thermal Paste: Noctua NT H1
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC + ACX cooler
RAM Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz 2x4GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
Monitor: AOC IPS LED 21.5pol i2269 Slim
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/11 01:37:53 (permalink)
very nice dude!!! :)

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/12 15:14:24 (permalink)
Another vídeo testing the midia drive Panasonic Blu-ray UJ235A with the movie The Avengers 
 
https://www.youtube.com/w...Hgg2l0lniVcj5A69GRgvEg
post edited by Victorcc1981 - 2014/07/12 15:20:51

 
My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/victorleidi
Case: Hadron Air (PSU 500W Gold +)
Motherboard: Asus Z97i-plus
CPU: Intel core i7 4790k 46-46-45-44
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
Thermal Paste: Noctua NT H1
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC + ACX cooler
RAM Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz 2x4GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
Monitor: AOC IPS LED 21.5pol i2269 Slim
Áudio: Edifier MP300 Plus 22W RMS (1x sub 15W + 2x 3,5W)
Keyboard/Mouse: Microsoft Wireless 3000
Surge Protector: Clamper Energia
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/19 23:26:28 (permalink)
What did you use for lighting on the bottom of the case?  I see you have the red LED af120, but are you using a red cathode or red led strip at the bottom.  Also, if I want to do a similar build should I use led fans + cathode at the bottom or non-led fans + cathode/led strips all around the case?
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My recent lan box build. 
 
ASRock Z87E-ITX
4670k w/ ACX cooler
Corsair 8GB Dominator 2000mhz CL9
Powercolor R9 290x
Samsung 840 EVO 250GB SSD
Seagate 3TB 7200rpm
Corsair AF120 fans
 





 
 
 




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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/20 04:49:18 (permalink)
Tought you asked me, didn't read the your question correct...
post edited by Victorcc1981 - 2014/07/20 05:10:52

 
My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/victorleidi
Case: Hadron Air (PSU 500W Gold +)
Motherboard: Asus Z97i-plus
CPU: Intel core i7 4790k 46-46-45-44
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
Thermal Paste: Noctua NT H1
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC + ACX cooler
RAM Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz 2x4GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
Monitor: AOC IPS LED 21.5pol i2269 Slim
Áudio: Edifier MP300 Plus 22W RMS (1x sub 15W + 2x 3,5W)
Keyboard/Mouse: Microsoft Wireless 3000
Surge Protector: Clamper Energia
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/23 21:03:43 (permalink)
My recent hadron air build using components from my prodigy setup. 3770K oc 4.2 with Corsair H60SE Cooler & EVGA 680SC Signature Card with token 16GB ram 3 x 128GB SSDs and 1 x WD Black 500GB. Note: Temps 55-65c across cpu & gpu average.
 
 
 
post edited by mayhem_lee - 2014/07/23 21:06:06

This one time....
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/24 19:22:45 (permalink)
Im sorry i just have to do this because im human. who ever named this case obiously had an HARDON. The worlds first case that may just give its users a HARDON. EVGA seriously who named this case? I have a HARDON waiting for an answer...
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/24 20:35:32 (permalink)
ApolloSmile
Im sorry i just have to do this because im human. who ever named this case obiously had an HARDON. The worlds first case that may just give its users a HARDON. EVGA seriously who named this case? I have a HARDON waiting for an answer...


Hahahahahahaha!
What imagination you have...

 
My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/victorleidi
Case: Hadron Air (PSU 500W Gold +)
Motherboard: Asus Z97i-plus
CPU: Intel core i7 4790k 46-46-45-44
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
Thermal Paste: Noctua NT H1
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC + ACX cooler
RAM Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz 2x4GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
Monitor: AOC IPS LED 21.5pol i2269 Slim
Áudio: Edifier MP300 Plus 22W RMS (1x sub 15W + 2x 3,5W)
Keyboard/Mouse: Microsoft Wireless 3000
Surge Protector: Clamper Energia
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/07/25 05:39:00 (permalink)
I have a question for guys that have done water cooling in the Hadron Air chassis.
 
How much space is available above the motherboard inside the chassis to mount a radiator?
What size radiator have you guys used?
 
I am looking at a 240mm x 54mm thick radiator, and was wondering if that will fit inside the case mounted to the top, or if there would be too much intrusion overhanging the motherboard?
 
Thanks!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/08/03 21:21:18 (permalink)
Figured I'd post mine up, finally.  I'm actually in the process of trying to find a 1U PSU to throw in that will power a Titan-Z, but if I can't make that work, I will soon replace the R9 290X for a Titan Black or 780 TI on liquid (I'm so over AMD right now).  Anyway, current specs are as follows:
 
Chassis: EVGA Hadron Hydro
CPU: i7-4770k @4.2ghz
GPU: PowerColor LCS R9 290X @ 1125mhz core & 1450mhz (5800mhz effective) memory
Mobo: Asus Maximus VI Impact
RAM: Patriot Memory Viper 3 2400 CL11 16gb (2x8gb)
Storage: 2x Samsung 840 Evo 500gb in RAID 0
Optical: Panasonic Blu-Ray Combo Drive
Cooling: EVGA Hadron Hydro kit with all Swiftech fittings, PrimoChill 3/8" x 5/8" Blood Red tubing, Alphacool Plexi reservoir w/ Alphacool Ceramic pump, Corsair High Static Pressure 120mm Fans
 

 
Please Note:  I get asked all the time why I put in so many extra angled fittings.  Simple reasons: 1) to keep the tubing as straight as possible so I wouldn't have to worry about kinks and could avoid using anti-kink springs, and 2) to give myself plenty of room above the reservoir for filling.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/08/04 04:25:54 (permalink)
Jfeil
Figured I'd post mine up, finally.  I'm actually in the process of trying to find a 1U PSU to throw in that will power a Titan-Z, but if I can't make that work, I will soon replace the R9 290X for a Titan Black or 780 TI on liquid (I'm so over AMD right now).  Anyway, current specs are as follows:
 
Chassis: EVGA Hadron Hydro
CPU: i7-4770k @4.2ghz
GPU: PowerColor LCS R9 290X @ 1125mhz core & 1450mhz (5800mhz effective) memory
Mobo: Asus Maximus VI Impact
RAM: Patriot Memory Viper 3 2400 CL11 16gb (2x8gb)
Storage: 2x Samsung 840 Evo 500gb in RAID 0
Optical: Panasonic Blu-Ray Combo Drive
Cooling: EVGA Hadron Hydro kit with all Swiftech fittings, PrimoChill 3/8" x 5/8" Blood Red tubing, Alphacool Plexi reservoir w/
 
Please Note:  I get asked all the time why I put in so many extra angled fittings.  Simple reasons: 1) to keep the tubing as straight as possible so I wouldn't have to worry about kinks and could avoid using anti-kink springs, and 2) to give myself plenty of room above the reservoir for filling.


Awesome build man!!
Congrats, looks pretty nice.

 
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Case: Hadron Air (PSU 500W Gold +)
Motherboard: Asus Z97i-plus
CPU: Intel core i7 4790k 46-46-45-44
Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
Thermal Paste: Noctua NT H1
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC + ACX cooler
RAM Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz 2x4GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
Monitor: AOC IPS LED 21.5pol i2269 Slim
Áudio: Edifier MP300 Plus 22W RMS (1x sub 15W + 2x 3,5W)
Keyboard/Mouse: Microsoft Wireless 3000
Surge Protector: Clamper Energia
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2014/08/08 15:40:28 (permalink)
Somewhat of a "Budget" build... Mini-HTPC :)!
 





 
I need to buy a matching keyboard (Back-Lit in red) for this one.


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