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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/02 08:56:30 (permalink)
Hello guys, where is located the hadron's serial? I need to register it...
Also im watercooling it with Seidon 120V, pictures in 15 days!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/03 10:14:43 (permalink)
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Hello guys, where is located the hadron's serial? I need to register it...
Also im watercooling it with Seidon 120V, pictures in 15 days!


Theres a S/N on the cardboard...

CPU: AMD R7 1700X 3.8GHZ
GPU: EVGA 1080 TI FE 11GB (HYBRID KIT)
RAM: G.SKILL 16GB TRIDENT Z DDR4 3200MHZ CL14
MOBO: ASROCK FATAL1TY X370 GAMING-ITX/AC
CASE: NZXT H200I WHITE
SSD#1: SAMSUNG 850 EVO 500GB
SSD#2: SAMSUNG 850 EVO 500GB
PSU: EVGA SUPERNOVA G3 650WATT
CPU COOLER: EVGA CLC 280
FANS#1: CORSAIR ML120MM PRO x2
FANS#2: CORSAIR ML140MM PRO x2
OS: WINDOWS 10 PRO 64BIT
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/03 11:31:36 (permalink)
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I might as well show mine.
 
MSi Z97i Gaming AC
i7-4790K @ 4.4 GHz
8GB Corsair Vengeance Low Profile @ 2133MHz
EVGA GTX 780ti Classified K|NGP|N
Corsair RM650 ATX PSU
Vertex 3 120GB
Corsair H60 2013 Cooler
3x Corsair Air120 PWM Quiet Edition
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




GREAT! This was amazing idea with WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE.
I hope EVGA will show pictures of this on Twitter, Facebook and similar places.
Really cool idea when you didn't had place for cables.
 

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http://www.evga.com
http://www.intel.com
http://www.nvidia.com
https://watercool.de
http://www.lian-li.com
 
https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#intro
 
 
 

 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/03 22:33:27 (permalink)
Just wanted to share my recent build in the Hadron Hydro. This is my first custom watercooling loop and custom sleeving. The sleeving was done based on Lutro0's tutorials. Let me know if you guys have any questions on how I did anything/how anything was set up.
 



 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/04 05:11:08 (permalink)
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Just wanted to share my recent build in the Hadron Hydro. This is my first custom watercooling loop and custom sleeving. The sleeving was done based on Lutro0's tutorials. Let me know if you guys have any questions on how I did anything/how anything was set up.
 



 




I see here lot of amazing mods in Hadron.
I understand guys your task is much harder because less space to work but look fantastic and everyone dream for silent and strong RIG but in small case, in office or house.
That's same pump as I recommend before few days from EKWB?
Amazing. I even think she can be connected with graphic only with fittings and 45 angle adapter. 
Excellent now you can only to change color of liquid and tubes every 3-6 months.
You can made MOD RIGS section, you deserve lot of + for this build.
 

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http://www.evga.com
http://www.intel.com
http://www.nvidia.com
https://watercool.de
http://www.lian-li.com
 
https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#intro
 
 
 

 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/04 17:35:46 (permalink)
The pump specifically was the EK-DDC 3.2 PWM X-Res 100 Combo. It fit perfectly into the bracket that the stock EVGA pump/res combo mounts to. I had some concern regarding the EVGA pump leaking, so I went the EK route. The coolant was Mayhems Pastel White, so hopefully I can get a year out of it. Next time might be kinda cool to go for a grey/silver fluid. 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/01/29 23:42:16 (permalink)
jw will evga ever make any bigger computer case at all like mid or full tower that would be sweet 

CPU: i7 8700k
GPU:  Evga 2080 XC
MOBO: Gigabyte z370 Aorus Gaming 7
RAM: 32GB Corsair Pro RGB DDR4
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 Titanium 
Case: 
Cooler: Evga 280mm Aio Cooler  
Mouse & Keyboard: Corsair 
 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/02/02 13:25:45 (permalink)
Hey guys. 
I've posted my build on overclock.net, and I recognize some of your builds and user names from that forum, but I thought I might as well post here as well. ;)
 
My main goal here was to incorporate most of the parts I already had from a previous build, but put it all into the beautiful Hadron Air. I did not want to tear the thing apart completely, although some people have done some amazing things with it, I still prefer the case in its default look. Only main mods I had to do was remove the harddrive cage and the front panel and add spacers to allow the rad and fan to pull in fresh air.
I did originally have the 1TB 3.5" HDD and the SSD velcro'd to the back of the case, just above the GPU, but it was ugly and I wasn't 100% convinced it was secure enough, so I opted to leave the SSD in the case so it could be a standalone machine, and moved the mass storage to a 4 bay USB3 enclosure.
 
Temps in celcius:
CPU - ~23 idle, 45-50 load
GPU - ~30 idle, 75-80 load
 
Noise:
case fans - can't hear 'em
cpu cooler pump and fan - also can't hear 'em
GPU - can sometimes hear the dual fans when gaming for a long time
PSU - drowns out all other components. From what I've heard, it's normal and even an RMA (or regular replacement since I opened her up) would not fix it since they all come like that (apparently). It doesn't bother me so I haven't bothered to look into the issue further.
 


 
Hadron:
CPU - i5 4690k OC'd to 4ghz
CPU Cooler - Corsair H60
Motherboard - Gigabyte Z97N-wifi
GPU - Asus GTX 760
RAM - Patriot Viper III Red 2 x 4GB
Storage - Kingston SSD 120GB
Case fans - 2 x Noctua NF-S12A
Rad fan - 1 x Noctua NF-F12
 
The Deathstar:
Mediasonic Probox 4 bay USB3 enclosure
1x Western Digital Blue 1TB - programs and games
1x Seagate Barracuda 3TB - Movies and Music
2 bays open for future expansion
 
After thoughts: I thought about upgrading the GPU to a 970 or 980 with blower cooler, but the 760 from Asus is fine right now. Temperatures are a lot better since I moved the HDD out and installed new fans even with the included low noise adapters.
post edited by sconzen - 2015/02/02 13:32:08
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/02/18 16:35:51 (permalink)
Hey everyone,
 
I built this last year but I just put a new gtx 980 in it today and after some reworking the wiring to get it to fit, figured it was a good time to take some photos and post it! Only thing I dont like and need to change is the USB3 cable was just to short to route up to the board pins(really bad place for them!)  so gotta order and extender and reroute it out of sight so just pretend its not there atm :P Also there is a little dust in the pictures as I was also cleaning it at the time and ofcourse didnt think to take pictures AFTER cleaning.
 
-=Specs=-
MB: MSI Z87i AC
CPU: i5-4670k
Cooler: Corsair H100i w/ Cougar 120mm Red LED quiet fans
(No case mods were done at all to get the h100i in. Its a very tight fit and had to slightly twist the case to get it to slide into place and if i remember right 3-4 of the screw holes lined up and was more than enough to securely hold it in place.)
RAM: 8GB DDR3-1866 Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer (Red/Green)
GPU: EVGA GTX 980 Ref.
SSD: Samsung 840 Evo 500gb
 
 






post edited by devlp1213 - 2015/02/18 17:34:54
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/02/20 16:00:08 (permalink)
I Just built this a couple days ago and figured I'd share.
My whole goal was to make a small machine that was portable yet powerful enough to serve as both a Pro Tools workstation and a gaming rig.
I plan on bringing it to practices and gigs to record and mix music and using it for gaming when I'm not traveling. 
 
This is the HADRON SHADOW
 
i7-4790K  -  Gigabyte Z97N  -  Asus STRIX 970 OC  -  16GB HyperX Fury Black  -  Crucial MX100 512GB
Still need to buy a cooler, a 3TB drive, and LEDs
 



 

 
 
post edited by sonyz92 - 2015/02/20 16:04:52
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/02/27 11:31:17 (permalink)
We have taking this small EVGA Hadron Air Mini-ITX Steel PC Case and had it hydro dipped.We used the Reaper Z water transfer printing film.
 















post edited by THRASHER_2 - 2015/02/27 11:33:49
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/02/27 13:34:31 (permalink)
 That looks awesome!!!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/03/10 11:12:35 (permalink)
I know this is an old post, but here is mine:
i7-4790k
EVGA gtx-970 SC
EVGA z97 Stinger WiFi
Corsair GTX Neutron 120GB
WD Blue 1TB
G. Skill Ripjaws X 8gb 2133
EKWB 970 waterblock + Backplate
In a Hadron Hydro + EVGA Kit.

 
 
 
post edited by popingol - 2015/03/10 11:16:58
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/05/05 08:11:14 (permalink)
 



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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/05/07 14:02:58 (permalink)
Here is my project. Still not done. Would like to hide some things better. And switch to a Titan X. But here is what I got so far.
 
Specs:
-Intel I7 4790k cpu
-Evga Hadron Hydro case
-Evga Water Cooling kit
-Evga mini itx Stinger Wifi mobo
-Evga GTX 780SC W/EVGA Hydro Copper block added to it
-Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666mhz 8gb with Corsair Light kits and Mod bunker Green inserts
-Primochill PETG tubing and brushed aluminum revolver fittings
-Mayhems pastel mint green fluid and pure silver coil
-Crucial 1tb ssd
-WD 1tb hdd
-BS Mods 50/50 light kit
 
 


post edited by Purpleminibeast - 2015/05/07 14:04:44
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/05/21 23:40:03 (permalink)
Infidelity
Parts List:
 
  • i7- 4770k
  • Asus z87i-deluxe
  • 16GB Corsair Vengeance LP
  • Mushking 250gb SSD
  • Zotac GTX 670 2gb (Will upgrade when somebody release a gold plated GPU block)
 
 

 


 





I like this style a lot!!
How did you arrange the 240mm Radiator in the top?
The only fans I found in 120mm were the Scythe Slip Stream Slim.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/05/23 13:13:25 (permalink)



Asus Z97I Plus, GTX 960 SSC, i5 4690k, and Samsung 850 M.2 SSD.
Sleeved power supply, cut out SATA and Molex cables, and replaced PSU fans with Scythe and Noctua fans.
post edited by haghighihk - 2015/05/23 13:22:16

Yet Another Hadron Air Build
Asus Z97i Plus
EVGA Hadron Air
Intel i5 4670k
EVGA Geforce GTX 960 SSC
8GB EVGA Superclock DDR3-2400 RAM
Samsung 850 M.2 SSD 240GB
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/05/27 23:49:24 (permalink)
So nice. Amazing builds. Expensive hobby I guess...


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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/06/03 17:37:30 (permalink)
I would like to see but is it that possible at all...???
TITAN X Hybrid and CORSAIR H75 in same time in Hardon???
If 780 Classified worked with Hadron PSU that mean and TITAN X will work somehow, special with some i7 with low power consumption under 90-100W.
Ambient temps will be fine, only is problem space.
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http://www.evga.com
http://www.intel.com
http://www.nvidia.com
https://watercool.de
http://www.lian-li.com
 
https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#intro
 
 
 

 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/06/03 20:06:21 (permalink)
Vlada011
I would like to see but is it that possible at all...???
TITAN X Hybrid and CORSAIR H75 in same time in Hardon???
If 780 Classified worked with Hadron PSU that mean and TITAN X will work somehow, special with some i7 with low power consumption under 90-100W.
Ambient temps will be fine, only is problem space.


Minimum reccomended power supply requirement on the NVIDIA website for the Titan X is 600w, which the Hadron Air is not, but remember that not all watts are alike.
From what I can see, the minimum amps for the Titan X is 38A, which the Hadron Air will supply. Keep in mind if you're running an insane overclock, you might hit a power wall. Certainly you'd be running up the fan during games... You didn't hear it from me, though.
 
If you REALLY want to cram as much as you can in the hadron, there are 600, 650, and 700w psu's that will fit in the hadron, albeit very snug and VERY loud.

Yet Another Hadron Air Build
Asus Z97i Plus
EVGA Hadron Air
Intel i5 4670k
EVGA Geforce GTX 960 SSC
8GB EVGA Superclock DDR3-2400 RAM
Samsung 850 M.2 SSD 240GB
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/06/04 04:05:00 (permalink)
I know minimum recommended is 600W, same as on GTX780Ti Classified but people install in Hadron.
PSU inside is not some garbage. With i7-4790K on Turbo Clock and 2xSSD I can bet that could work.
Not only in Hadron AIR.
If someone change pump(as people done successful in Hadron Hydro) with 240mm radiator is possible to build and small loop. 
You see little art on pictures above. 
240mm radiator for CPU/GPU cooling is not nicest solution but could keep low temps without problem, around 50-55C.
And for 4790K and for TITAN X SC. Fans should be with low power consumption, SSD power consumption is funny, DVD-RW could be external on USB 2.0 and that's it.

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http://www.evga.com
http://www.intel.com
http://www.nvidia.com
https://watercool.de
http://www.lian-li.com
 
https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#intro
 
 
 

 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/06/15 17:51:13 (permalink)
We run TITANX's in the Hadron all the time :) No problem.


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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/06/28 02:47:45 (permalink)
Ello
 
Is the Swiftech H220-x fit into the EVGA HADRON HYDRO? I find nothing on the net.
Thx a lot.
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/07/01 18:50:07 (permalink)
 
 
 
post edited by Tehbadkid - 2015/07/01 19:13:57

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/07/21 13:44:13 (permalink)
Upgraded to Z97, 4770K and 16GB memory
 

 

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/07/21 15:44:53 (permalink)
That's your Hadron Jacob?
It's nice, excellent is for office gaming RIG or backup PC or such things.
For someone and main RIG. Next 5 years popularity of small cases will be bigger and bigger.

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http://www.evga.com
http://www.intel.com
http://www.nvidia.com
https://watercool.de
http://www.lian-li.com
 
https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#intro
 
 
 

 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/07/21 16:11:11 (permalink)
Yea, I use it as a living room PC.


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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/07/21 16:45:48 (permalink)
Maybe you could replace later with i7-4790K. 
He don't need to overclock because extremely high Turbo, but if you keep your on 4.4GHz that's same.
 
 
Performance difference between i7-4790K and i7-6770K will be very similar.
Except Z170 Stinger will support DDR4, but from performance side nothing special,
i7-6770K will work on 4.2 Turbo and people will probably try to push on 4.5GHz.

i7-5820K 4.5GHz/RVE10-EK Monoblock/Dominator Platinum 2666/ASUS GTX1080Ti Poseidon/SBZxR /Samsung 970 EVO PLus 1TB/850 EVO 1TB /EVGA 1200P2/Lian Li PC-O11WXC/EK XRES D5 Revo 100 Glass/Coolstream PE360-Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM x3
http://www.evga.com
http://www.intel.com
http://www.nvidia.com
https://watercool.de
http://www.lian-li.com
 
https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#intro
 
 
 

 
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/08/02 18:11:04 (permalink)
Still not done modifying the case but this is most of what I have done so far :)
 

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA Hadron Thread! 2015/08/02 23:36:00 (permalink)
I like Hadron case more and more...
But I would install reference card and single 120mm radiator AIO or Noctua NH-U9S.
She is small but could cooldown i7 up to 4.5GHz without problem.
This is NH-U9S in Hadron...fit even with second fan...they spin on 1600RM or 2000RPM MAX speed but they are not loud at all.
With such good cooler 4790K on Turbo clock could work without problem.
 

 
Hadron Hydro is nice too because leave option and for watercooling, but Air is real small case.
I saw one guy install watercooling and in Hadron Air. Example i7 mainsteam I would build only in mITX factor...
Because dual channel memory 2x8GB is enough for everything. ASRock make some X99 mITX board but with only two slots and on that way customers can't use proper all advatage of X99.
Only I think PSU need to be sleeved with someone who know crimp wires... I saw even Hadron PSU in some store... only PSU...
Sleeve wires occupy only 1/3-1/4 place of normal cables, and for such little case that's very important.
That's advantage and of EVGA Sleeve Power Supply Cable Set... They are excellent for small rigs as obsidian 350D and all similar cases with Micro ATX motherboards because cables use so small place and fit in every little corner between motherboard tray and side panel without problems... 
post edited by Vlada011 - 2015/08/02 23:42:43

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