A lot of the high-end GPU's in Smaller sizes like the Gigabyte/Zotac GTX 1070/1080 are 2 slots. Yet they are only 2 slots because of their heatsink and fans and because of the DVI port.
Now if you would Watercool such a card, they become a single slot due to the waterblock being less...
I've recently finished my custom loop in my Cougar QBX Kaze!
I've already posted this to the sffpc subreddit, but why not here too! :)
The start of the journey -- I picked up the QBX Kaze locally on a whim, and ended up wanting to do my first custom loop and PC update in it. Before this I had...
UPDATE 1: https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/13l-360mm-watercooled-concept.7212/#post-93772
I've been looking for a nice looking case that can be done with a custom loop, either 2x 240mm or a 360mm and above. This case would fit full GPU cards, along with a 30x120x360 Radiator with 25mm...
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...
Before buying anything, I'd like to make sure that this isn't some leaking, low quality chinese knock-off thing, but actually a good quality product, so if any of you guys have any hands-on experience with this block or just bykski blocks in general, please tell me about your experience...
Just been experimenting with doing an ITX case and realised you could totally fit all of this into beneath 20L. This idea is very basic due to my lack of design skills, and probably wouldn't work airflow wise - but the idea would be similar to the "basement" in bigger cases with the 240...
Hello everybody !
I bought myself a Shuttle SZ170R8 V2 barebone and I going to put it under watercooling.
For the components:
- Barebonne: Shuttle SZ170R8 V2 (of curse)
- CPU: I5 6600k or I7 6700k depending on the budget
- GPU: GTX 1070 or an GTX 1080
- RAM: 4x4 GO (model according to the...
The tittle that EK put on it's web is a bit misleading, the rad isn't that slim at 28mm but narrow to be exact, it's just as wide as the corresponding fan sizes. Unfortunately for now, it's only available in 140 & 280mm.
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...
So, THIS, the Rotary Terminals from EKWB is something I personally find very exciting as it enables more widespread and in general just more uses of single slot cards that are liquid cooled in SFF enclosures!
It features PTFE-coated forged brass with G1/4" threads for the ports and is...
Hey guys, first post on the forum, been reading and browsing the forum for a few months now but never made an account cause I'm weird like that.
But I'm in desperate need of guidance..... I have a node 202 with custom made holes to fit a corsair H55 like Bitwit did in THIS video.
Hi SFF freaks!
I will post some pics of my NCase M1 build which I started a couple of years ago.
I made my MiniCube in the meanwhile, but that was still a long journey!
Especially finding the right pieces for my first custom loop was a hard task. The choice is sort of limited here in...
To preface this you should take a look at the Acorn build log here: https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/the-acorn-mitx-2-matx-evga-hadron-conversion.715/
Since then a lot has happened (gpu issues, complete failure of the water cooling loop, ssd failure, hdd failure, etc..) but I...
Squeezing as much power as you can into a SFF case can, as you all know, be quite a challenge. Cooling all that hardware *and* keeping it quiet is (arguably) even more challenging.
One thing I really want to attack in a future incarnation of my toaster games rig is water-cooling. In fact, my...
Sketchup model of the EK Waterblocks Coolstream 240 SE radiator.
This has been modeled from the few mesurements I found on EK site and reviewing sites.
Outer shell size, fan mouting point and water inlet / oulet position are accurate (from EK mechanical drawing).