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The parallel loop is back and working well.
I can't wrap my mind around that actually working and cooling the GPU effectively.
It appears to be a pass through at the terminal which would give minimal flow through the block.
 
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I can't wrap my mind around that actually working and cooling the GPU effectively.
It appears to be a pass through at the terminal which would give minimal flow through the block.
its actually more effective than you'd think for cooling the gpu. I actually get better gpu temps from running a parallel loop and better cpu temps running serial loop though the gpu first. personally I think running them parallel looks cooler and sacrificing 5c on cpu temps to have it look pretty is something im willing to do. :)
 
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Really enjoying this 3080 launch, sniped myself a 1080ti with a waterblock already attached for a really great deal a couple days before the NDA lifted. This thing is HUGE, there's about 2mm of clearance between the terminal and the side of the case :eek:.

The parallel loop is back and working well. Going to be passing it forward on my waterblocked Vega 56 if anyone's interested in picking up a cheap compute card, you know were to look. ;)

Never thought I would be saying this but, we all EVGA now!
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looks good and simple, and glad if it works well
 
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Made some changes to the bench. The single 240 rad I had before didn't properly cool both the gpu & cpu so I went back to one part water cooling and one part air cooling.

Also this way I can, relatively easy, change out the motherboard.
 
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Made some changes to the bench. The single 240 rad I had before didn't properly cool both the gpu & cpu so I went back to one part water cooling and one part air cooling.

Also this way I can, relatively easy, change out the motherboard.
something that catch my eyes, the thick aluminum tray
looks pretty and solid
 
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very nice looking.
can i ask what that yelloish substance in the reserator is plz?
 

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very nice looking.
can i ask what that yelloish substance in the reserator is plz?
i believe it's a sponge, stops bubbles/ing
 
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something that catch my eyes, the thick aluminum tray
looks pretty and solid
You mean the Streacom BC1 bench or the aluminum bracket I put on it? The latter supports the pump and reservoir.
L-bracket
very nice looking.
can i ask what that yelloish substance in the reserator is plz?
i believe it's a sponge, stops bubbles/ing
Thank you, @basco. And yes, it is as @tigger wrote, a sponge. So no bubbles and debris get sucked in.
 
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You mean the Streacom BC1 bench or the aluminum bracket I put on it? The latter supports the pump and reservoir.
the bench, looks pretty solid
 

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Here's how mine looks now. mostly finished. straightened GPU-pump in pipe.
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Spent the morning building the one on the right, then rebuilding the one to the left on a matching P3.
Can the feet be moved to the opposing edge to invert the system?
Just wondering as the radiator hoses don't appear long enough to mount them the correct way with hoses at the base of the radiator.
 

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Can the feet be moved to the opposing edge to invert the system?
Just wondering as the radiator hoses don't appear long enough to mount them the correct way with hoses at the base of the radiator.
Only way I can see to fit your concerns would be if it is hung with the VESA mount. No holes for the feet anywhere but where they are.

Ran these types of cases for years, still have yet to have a "no coolant" issue with the AIOs.
 
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First attempt was not good... The second tho... Quite good + painting.




 

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120-140 fan? good enough, looks fine

Nope not for that reason, i will update more pics when i get the new motherboard.

Everybody will see.
 
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Yes I still have a HDD for backups present, what can't be seen is the 2x NVME drives and 2x Sata SSD's totalling over 2tb of solid state storage.

The airflow in this case is awesome for an ITX build, running the card at 1920mhz @ 875mv rock solid in any load situation and am lucky to touch 60 degrees with the stock fan curve. bloody awesome.

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RTX3080 really didn't fit right in the old case so built my gear into the fantastic NR200P, specs as shown in my specs.

Yes I still have a HDD for backups present, what can't be seen is the 2x NVME drives and 2x Sata SSD's totalling over 2tb of solid state storage.

The airflow in this case is awesome for an ITX build, running the card at 1920mhz @ 875mv rock solid in any load situation and am lucky to touch 60 degrees with the stock fan curve. bloody awesome.

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Looks great. How's your CPU temperature in games?
 

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Looks great. How's your CPU temperature in games?
Cheers! Gaming 62-66c for the most part, cpu stress tests are about 75c give or take.
 
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Damn nice! Glass side panel or the vented one?


Arghhh being tempted to go small PC again :p
 

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Damn nice! Glass side panel or the vented one?


Arghhh being tempted to go small PC again :p
Vented panel with a 120mm fan bolted in the aio bracket directly over the cpu heatsink (and you can probably barely see a 92mm fan under the heatsink), function over form.

While it is SFF its really not a lot smaller than some smaller mATX cases out there at 18L capacity, but as you can see 3080's are large cards.
 
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