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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X

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Hello,

 

I have a quick question on setting up cooling in a Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X Case. As I understand, it comes with 3 140mm fans to begin with. I would like to also use a 360mm rad for liquid cooling, although 240mm is acceptable if that is optimal for air flow. My question is how would you configure the fans + radiator to optimize cooling and air pressure, as well as what fans should I purchase to supplement the existing ones in the vacant spaces (if any). Thanks all!

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exhaust rad and the rest intake i guess?

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21 minutes ago, BSula99 said:

Hello,

 

I have a quick question on setting up cooling in a Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X Case. As I understand, it comes with 3 140mm fans to begin with. I would like to also use a 360mm rad for liquid cooling, although 240mm is acceptable if that is optimal for air flow. My question is how would you configure the fans + radiator to optimize cooling and air pressure, as well as what fans should I purchase to supplement the existing ones in the vacant spaces (if any). Thanks all!

Move the existing front fans to the top, put the rad at the front with the included fans it comes with. make sure the 140mm fans are spinning slower than the RAD fans  (usually can be done in the BIOS of your motherboard)

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