After quite a journey I recently finished my full custom loop build in the SSUPD Meshlicious so I thought I would share.
The goal was to test myself with a full custom loop SFF build with no compromise in performance.
Overall, I am very happy with the results! Water temp sits at ~35C...
I'm doing a custom loop in my NR200 and i got 4 static pressure RGB fans that i might use. I also have stock 120mm cooler-master fans as well. My question lies in how much difference airflow fans are going to make since the entire loop is on water? I know it's all about exhausting hot...
Yup, another NR200 advice is needed. Please bear in mind that i'm after looks and aesthetics compared to performance.
So, I've made a rough sketch of the layout and i don't really know how to go from this point. I would like your feedback on the layout itself and fan orientation...
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Dimensions: 296x197x197mm // 11,5 liter , vertical or horizontal orientation
CPU cooler clearance: <=106mm with SFX PSU /...
What's up everyone, I just finished my latest build using the Ncase M1 v6 and some fresh AMD goodness. My previous system was in a Dan A4 and it was great for portability but it was loud as hell under gaming and firing anything up in handbrake immediately pegged the CPU at 95c.
Hi everyone! This is my third itx custom loop build. I got Ncase at first and then PC-Q37.
I really enjoy assembling pc, and this time I want to try a sandwich style itx case custom loop.
I finally got nouvolo steck for my build, I will share some pros and cons of steck and ghost S1...
Hello to SFF community :)
Recently I got bitten by the SFF bug, and since I would like to build a new system I'm thinking of going small. I really like vertical enclosures, but I have zero experience with SFF.
What I'd like to put inside:
CPU: i5 9600k or i7 9700k
MOBO: MSI MPG Z390I Gaming...
I wanted to share my first ever Mini ITX build and also it is my first ever custom loop. I took a lot of time planning everything in order to have the most space efficient, the most powerfull build with the best cooling solution for a Mini ITX build. An almost no compromise ultimate...
Hey guys, this is my first attempt at a custom loop so excuse the im-perfections from the build.
At 24.5L, the core G3 is hardly an SFF case, but it only supports SFX PSU so it stands in a weird spot.
Anyways, if you follow any of my other post, I've mostly dealt with and experimented with all...
I'd appreciate if someone could tell me the following measures of the M1's tubing pass-throughs at the back, as these specs are quite difficult to find.
What is the diameter of the pass-throughs without the rubber grommet?
What is the distance between the pass-throughs, center to center?
Has anyone tried to swap out a AIO Cooler head pump with tubes, from a bigger radiator to a 92 mm Alphacool Radiator, to fit in one of your systems? Or do I have to learn everything I can about "Custom watercooling" and spend hundreds of $?
I'm using a Ncase M1
Let me relay here an info @Wahaha360 published in the [H] forum:
The world's thinnest available PC radiators at just 20.5 mm thick
Available in 120mm, 240mm, 360mm and 480mm sizes.
As the title says, I'm trying to analyze my options for watercooling my zotac 980ti - bitspower apparently made a block for it at one point but I can't find anywhere to buy it :/
And before anyone asks why I want to watercool it since it has such a great cooler already I'll answer...
I'm going off to college, and I'm going to need a smaller case then the Define S. So I'm planning on building in the evolv shift. I want to put a full custom hardline loop into it, as of right now my plan is to mod a basement around the bottom portion (PSU area) to put the pump, radiators, etc...
Much thanks to Josh from NFC for the window side panel. All other work was done by me. There's even a drain port hidden behind the front panel.
Hopefully @Necere will make the Ncase M5 so I can do an ATX custom loop inside it.
I loved the look of this case, and had wanted to build a custom loop in it. The Shift X was probably the smarter choice as it providers ample surface area for radiators, but that would have been too easy... The Shift isn’t really SFF, but it’s foot print is relatively small.
I'm working on a couple case ideas I have but today I thought I'd share my ideas regarding my Micro ATX version of the case.
This all started when I was trying to come up with a way to mod an S4 Mini to accept watercooling. I started off with designing an...
As the title suggests, this is just a concept.
This has been a very enjoyable project of mine that I've been working on for some time now. Being 15 and having access to a student version of Autodesk inventor 2017, I decided to make what was originally some sketches into an actual design in...