The 240LT fits without any modification in the 2 Slots GPU mode. It is the ONLY supported out-of-the box 240 AIO at the moment.With the thread search I wasn't able to find the discussion. The point is that the tubes should be shorter to fit properly. And why replace the liquid?
After looking at his I am certain I could fit the EK 240, thanksCheck out @fabio build log, he has detailed parts list and measurements.
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The 240LT fits without any modification in the 2 Slots GPU mode. It is the ONLY supported out-of-the box 240 AIO at the moment.
Maybe the EKWB AIO will be added to the list, but this is a decision by @Wahaha360 to have it official.
Of course, if you want to have better clearance, tubes routing, etc, you have to customised the LT240, so shortening the tubes (then replace the coolant) is the first move.
And this seems to be strongly suggested, because there are a lot of cases from user with the Eisbaer LT, reporting issue related to the plasticizer of the included tubes.
(There are a few pages back in this forum, maybe around page 200 or 220? Just go back and look for them!)
You can of course save it if you choose. To each their own
Thank you very much for your patience and your detailed reply! I will try to find it 270 pages can be overwhelming...
OK then. Was worried there was something wrong with the liquid (looking at you Enermax).
oh boy, that was a ride. They gave the package to some random people like two blocks away.Ahahahaha, exactly!!! Oh man, the Chromax is so nice!!
BTW, I've seens you got your Asus MB!
I know you are generally against people trying to use anything aside from the LT240, but I genuinely have to ask if this is possible.
The LT 240 = 270 x 120 x 25mm
The NexXxoS ST30 (Optimum Tech's video) = 275 x 124 x 30mm
The EK-AIO 240 D-RGB = 275 x 120 x 28mm
Therefor, couldn't I theoretically fit the EK-AIO 240 D-RGB with thin fans?
Would want this setup so I could expand in future in a similar, but less gunk-chance way than the LT-240.
Thanks for any response, @Wahaha360
In case anyone wants to know, the new EK-AIOs will fit (will need to remove anti-vibration rubber pads on Slim Fan). the question is will it perform better than the LT240.
I don't have mine yet, this is a photo from a user in China.
The EK-AIO will work in *both 2-slot and 3-slot.
If I understood correctly it's just to scan some numbers on interested buyers. Just to make sure he's neither under- nor over- (which will likely never gonna happen with that many potential buyers, haha) producingso will there still be a chance to pre order in June aside from the reserve survey or will that likely take up all of the planned stock? As a few have already posted im also mostly a lurker so not too hopeful on getting one from the survey