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Fisheke

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  1. Thanks for the feedback! Good point about the crisscrossing of the tubes. I'll rotate the CPU block 180 next time I upgrade the CPU. It's this way now because frankly that's "right side up" according to the EK-logo-sticker on there. I personally like the individually sleeved wires, but could do a better job of hiding the combs :-).
  2. Hey, I’m sorta proud of it after all, so posting it here. I used to run this hardware in a tiny air cooled DAN A4 case (hence the upsizing). The H210 is a huge case compared to that one. Old hardware for now because I’m holding out for Zen3. It is my first custom-loop project tho, so there’s probably a lot of rookie mistakes (and mis-buys, but that’s behind us now ). Case: NZXT H210 MB: ASRock Z370 Gaming ITX/ac CPU: 8700K @ stock speeds with an EK waterblock. GPU: Aorus RTX 2080Ti with an EK waterblock. Rest: some m.2 SSD and some RAM. PSU: Corsair SFX in the basement with Cablemod cables. Rads: 1x240mm in the Front, 1x120mm in the back (EK SE’s) Fans: 120mms in the front, top and read. The GPU is blocking a second fan on the front-radiator; so there is a slim Noctua in the front-panel hiding as well. Res: EK Quantum Kinetic (DCC pump). Controlled by an Aquacomputer QUADRO. What do you guys think? Where did I go wrong?
  3. I have one of those in my latest build, and because the software is that bad (it is mostly still mockups, the buttons don’t actually do anything) I relegated it to only controlling a few EK D-RGB things. No way you can actually use it to control speeds based on different temp probes. Switched to aquacomputer/aquasuite for exactly that reason.
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