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  • 0091/2
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    Originally posted by Omega53 View Post
    How do you guys spend your sundays?




    Is that the new lg square monitor on the right? What do you usually use the left monitor for? The tall monitor doesn't look ergonomic to use.
    Last edited by 0091/2; Jan 25, 2023, 06:47 PM.

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  • KAC
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    Damn lol

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  • Omega53
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    How do you guys spend your sundays?





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  • KAC
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    Well screw it then. I am not touching my system until the next build. Pretty unhappy with the EVO11D and will move to a bigger case to accommodate all the crap I have in my case.

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  • demo
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    Yeh I read the ground wires can be different. I wouldn't risk it personally.

    Yes Enthoo 719

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  • Nunz
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    All cables have to be matched to PSU/model. If you mismatch, you could very easily short out the entire PC/PSU/component as the pin-outs are different across models.

    demo is that the Enthoo 719?

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  • demo
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    No idea if it will work with EVGA PSU. I've read the 24 pin outs can be different across PSU's but not sure if that applies to pcie cables as well.

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  • KAC
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    Looks very clean. Will see if I can order. Will this work with EVGA PSU?

    My system with the thicc boi…

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  • demo
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    System with new Corsair 12VHPWR cable






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  • AdamK47
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    Originally posted by 0091/2 View Post

    Did you install the 3x 8TB in the 3 onboard m.2 slots? Is the heat-sink enough to keep the drives from throttling? I see you have the gen z.2 installed. Is the 3rd PCI-e card the PCI-e 5.0 m.2 add-on card?
    The 1TB Rocket 4 is on the motherboard M.2_1. Two 8TB Rocket Qs on the GEN-Z.2 card. The 3rd 8TB Rocket Q in an M.2 to PCI-E 4X slot adapter with heatsink in the bottom 4X slot.

    Did all that so I can retain 16X PCI-E 4.0 for the 4090.

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  • 0091/2
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    Originally posted by AdamK47 View Post
    Finished build for 2022.
    AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
    Asus X670E Crosshair Extreme
    32GB Corsair Dominator DDR5 6200
    MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming Trio
    1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
    Three 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 24TB RAID-0
    Corsair 7000X case
    Corsair H170i Elite cooler
    Corsair AX1600i power supply
    Did you install the 3x 8TB in the 3 onboard m.2 slots? Is the heat-sink enough to keep the drives from throttling? I see you have the gen z.2 installed. Is the 3rd PCI-e card the PCI-e 5.0 m.2 add-on card?
    Last edited by 0091/2; Nov 6, 2022, 05:58 PM.

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  • |MaguS|
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    Here are my 3 computers. One is my HTPC and the other two are the wifes and mine desktop. Specs are below...

    HTPC:
    5600X
    16GB Ram
    3080 Ti

    White ITX
    5800X
    32GB Ram
    3080

    Black ITX
    3700X
    32GB Ram
    3060 Ti

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  • Talon_262
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    Mounted some RGB strips to snazzify the case interior:



    Last edited by Talon_262; Oct 25, 2022, 12:45 PM.

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  • the_sextein
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    Very nice system Adam. You did a great job making it tidy as well. Have fun!

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  • AdamK47
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    Originally posted by Destroy View Post
    Nice (expensive) rig.

    How quiet it is under heavy gaming?
    It's always subjective. It's much quieter compared to when I had a 12900K and 3090. The 3090 Ti that replaced the 3090 was a bit quieter. This new 4090 is much quieter. The 7950X uses a lot less power compared to the 12900KS so I keep fan RPM low on the new 420mm AIO. It has a lot of surface area to dissipate heat.

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  • Destroy
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    Originally posted by AdamK47 View Post
    Finished build for 2022.

    AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
    Asus X670E Extreme
    32GB Corsair Dominator DDR5 6200
    MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming Trio
    1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
    Three 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 24TB RAID-0
    Corsair Crystal 7000X case
    Corsair H115i Elite cooler
    Corsair AX1600i power supply
    Nice (expensive) rig.

    How quiet it is under heavy gaming?

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  • AdamK47
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    Finished build for 2022.



    And of course, blue.



    AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
    Asus X670E Crosshair Extreme
    32GB Corsair Dominator DDR5 6200
    MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming Trio
    1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
    Three 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 24TB RAID-0
    Corsair 7000X case
    Corsair H170i Elite cooler
    Corsair AX1600i power supply
    Last edited by AdamK47; Oct 16, 2022, 08:23 PM.

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  • shrike126
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    I'm still waiting on a window vent panel to arrive. But until then, the setup's largely complete. Now to just add some decoration.







    The back wall I think I'm going to take all the shelving down and paint a dark gray or near black color to give the room a bit more personality.



    Last edited by shrike126; Jul 15, 2022, 09:27 AM.

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  • KAC
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    Got the second thicc boi.




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  • KAC
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    Gay I herd… nvm.


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  • andino
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    Nice rig KAC.

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  • Nunz
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    Ahh you have the glass off. Gotcha.

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  • KAC
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    Originally posted by Hapatingjaky View Post
    Why is one of the PCIe power cables red?

    FAIL...

    not properly color matched 0/10
    It’s style you nub.

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  • KAC
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    It’s open case. Exhaust works better as pulling air in from the back (pc against a wall) does nothing. I just need air dissipated out of the area so except bottom everything is exhaust. In a closed case yes it should be intake at the back.

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  • Nunz
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    KAC I'm kinda surprised to see you running 7 exhaust fans to 3 intake. Doesn't make much sense for the air flow?

    Is the top rad an intake? It looks like exhaust but it's a little hard to be sure.

    I'd flip the side fans to intake at a minimum if you don't want to make the AIO an intake.

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  • Hapatingjaky
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    Why is one of the PCIe power cables red?

    FAIL...

    not properly color matched 0/10

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  • KAC
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    Gays. Thought about making a change for a bit.



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  • Hapatingjaky
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    Originally posted by demo View Post
    Haven't had any dramas with either water or air in it. Air flow is great, intake from bottom and side, exhaust at the top. It's like a wind tunnel in there.
    Post some pics of your trash setup so we can judge.

    There are a couple of reasons why I dislike the O11D XL:

    1.) The USB-C front port is not 10Gbps. I use an Asus Arion with a Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB in it and I can get nowhere near the speed of the drive due to the fact that USB-C port on the front is pretty much trash. I purchased a 6ft USB-C Super Speed cable to run to the port on the IO of the motherboard and can max out the speed without issue.

    2.) The length of PSU supported is incorrect. I contacted LianLi on this after purchasing the case based on what they originally spec'd on chassiss support for PSU's. The AX1500i should've fit but it didn't I had to cut a portion of the chassiss out for it to work. LianLi has since changed the supported PSU length without contanct.

    3.) With the case being lists as XL meaning extra large would indicate that it would have ample room to work in for both aircooling and liquid cooling, but its not. I've worked in mid-tower cases that had more room to work with then the XL.

    4.) Cable managing is a pain. Even with using LianLi UNI fans I still have a rats nest of cables in the chassiss that are hard to hide. Especcially when you have to use a fan hub or two. Depending on how many components, fans, hubs etc I would recommend looking at something larger.
    Last edited by Hapatingjaky; May 7, 2022, 08:27 AM.

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  • demo
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    Haven't had any dramas with either water or air in it. Air flow is great, intake from bottom and side, exhaust at the top. It's like a wind tunnel in there.

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  • Nunz
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    I thought it had good space until I went with a custom loop. For air cooling, there's plenty of room in there. With the res and rads though.. not so much. Case shrunk tremendously lol

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  • Hapatingjaky
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    The XL isn't very XL, the case is just too small for anything really. I don't like working in mine and I am currently looking at maybe getting something new.

    I like the entire front glass panel and the side panel, just need to browse more.

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  • KAC
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  • Nunz
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    It works fine but it has limitations as does any other case. KAC you just don't know how to build PCs
    Last edited by Nunz; May 6, 2022, 08:11 AM.

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  • KAC
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    I just leave the glass open as I am mining but it is a pathetic case. Great for show boating but nothing else.

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  • alitayyab
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    Originally posted by KAC View Post
    That looks like a perfect case for me. Lian Li is so garbage it isn’t even funny.
    Agreed. Briefly used a O11dynamic XL. Tough to build in (cable routing was a pain). Could never get airflow right (no matter what fan config i tried). Eventually sold it. In my defense I had just recovered from COVID when I got it.

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  • KAC
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    That looks like a perfect case for me. Lian Li is so garbage it isn’t even funny.

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  • alitayyab
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    Using Corsair 7000D (Air version). Has tons of space that I am never going to use. Upgraded from a 5000D (even that was sufficient for my use, but got a great price for it).

    Build quality is better than the 5000, much better than the 680X that I had before. It is a bit on the pricier side though.

    Edit: Quick Grab

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  • Nunz
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    We'll see. What ever case I end up moving to will likely get this loop transplanted until I know what case I'm buying and what size rads I can put within the loop.

    With the upcoming GPUs looking to be even more power-hungry though, I just don't see 2x360 handling the next gen cards with maxed power limits, not even the thiccboi 60mm+ rads. It's fairly agreed on that 1mm surface area per 1watt of power, and with a 450watt GPU + 100w CPU (during gaming), I'm not that far off for the low WaterT delta I'm chasing.

    I do agree though, bigger case will help me. I'm really hoping this CaseLabs revival works out, because they have the horizontal mount case I want. I just refuse to pay these crazy prices to buy one used and then have to design and build my own front-IO panel to modernize it.

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