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  1. Hey guys, I have a simple question. Can H500P fit 2x 360mm radiators without any clearance issues for the fittings? I really don't want to place a wrong order. Thanks.
  2. Shadowhawk1773

    Gurgling/Trickling Noise

    I have just installed the Cooler Master MasterLiquid 120 to my Phanteks P400S and upon the first boot I could hear gurgling and water trickling so immediately worried and shut my PC down. Upon research it seems other AIO users have had similar problems however I want a definite answer. Is this okay or do I need to return my product and get another? When I rebooted my computer I have had the same problem. I stress tested my CPU and FPU for 45 minutes with AIDA64 and 15 minutes with CPU-Z and Cinebench. Temperatures didn't go above 50 degrees celcius at 3.8ghz with voltages not going above 1.325V. This seems good to me however should I be expecting more for my money? I am using a Ryzen 5 1600 and a Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 motherboard. Should I be concerned about leaks as I don't have another £450 to replace my GTX 1080 if it does.
  3. Sphinx818

    Sinister Rear

    Here is a shot of the Cooler Master logo that I did by hand on the penal. This MasterCase Maker 5 is also the very first one to feature a built in water channel as a rear panel.

    © Sphinx Modding

  4. I bought a liquid pro 240 cooler last weekend and went to install it tonight on my new build. When I removed the block from the box I noticed that there was liquid around the entrance to the hoses in the block (both sides) Please see photos. I believe that this may be defective and did not install it. I am now stuck with a new cooler and no computer as I do not want to risk putting this in my machine and have it leak over everything and ruin all of my components. Is this a common problem? I assumed it is the water from the cooler. But when I felt it it feels a bit like oil.
  5. Relan Morales

    Water Dispenser - Scratch Build

    Hello all, You will be seeing updates in this post from time to time. This is the work log for the "Water Dispenser" scratch build. You know what water dispensers are... this time, you will see a water dispenser computer. The goal is build a great case with the following features: 1. Fit 360 radiator 2. Custom water cooling 3. Simple and elegant 4. Looks like a water dispenser (of course)
  6. I am thinking about getting the Cooler Master Nepton 240m. What I want to know is if it will fit my Enermax Ostrog GT mid tower case? No one on Tom's Hardware replied to my questions so I decided to come here hoping for a definite answer. Now, even though it says my case can have 240mm radiators installed, I just want to be very sure it can fit the Cooler Master Nepton 240m. http://www.overclockers.com/enermax-ostrog-gt-giant-midtower-case-review/ If it won't fit, then I can just get this: http://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00NGMIBUU/?tag=pcp0f-20 (It says it compatible with the CM Nepton 240m on Part Picker site) PS: To let you know how much clearance from the CPU to the top of the case, I'm gonna install the MSI Z97 Gaming 5 motherboard. Thanks in advance!
  7. Stevens

    Project Copper build

    So, I wanted to make another build for a good while now, and this time make a build log, and maybe enter a competition or two. My background for this is simple.. I really don't like the normal cases, even though they are different, they all look they same to me. I really liked the idea of that flat wall out-of-the case build. so that is what i went for in this one. Lets start: My hardware for this setup is: 1 x Asus MB Crosshair V Formula-Z 1 x AMD CPU FX8350 2 x AMD GPU VTX3D Radeon R9 280X 3GB GDDR5 2 x Corsair 8GB 2133MHZ DDR3 Ram 1 x Corsair CX 750w PSU 2 x Kingston Hyperx 3k 120GB SSD 555/510 MB/s in Raid 0 (Windows) 1 x Seagate 2000GB 7200RPM HDD (storage) from my sponser, whom this wasn't possible without: 1 x Alphacool NexXos UT60 420mm Radiator 1 x Alphacool Coolplex pro 10 LT Res. 3 x Noctua NF-A14 iPPC-2000 PWM Fans And of cause some fittings and some cable sleeving. Coolerkit is a Danish company selling some good quality hardware for air and watercooling, and most other parts for doing your own pc modding, with cases, PSU's, cables and others. The Idea: This idea is going to have a lot of copper in it, Copper pipes, copper rad, copper paint, I think it will look really nice with the black and the little red that is on the Mb. As mentioned before, I am going for that flat wall out-of-the case build. The watercooling loop will be made with copper pipes, with the cooling units going in parallel instead of serial. Unlike some of the others making these nice custom builds I don't have a lot of experience in making 3d renders, so you will have to do with a sketch i made, remember, that its only a sketch!, the complete idea, of how everything is gonna look and how its made, is in my head, and some of it I'll have to figure out along the road. Stay tuned for more updates on the project when I start building (just waiting for the last package wich contains the watercooling units and pump) PS. I'm Danish, so I apologize for the bad English
  8. I am currently building a quiet i7-5820k/Silencio 652s based workstation but am undecided about the cooling solution. Normally I would just bang a big Hyper 612 v2 or similar in there as the quietest solution. However I want this box to be smallish, quiet and movable, and a big air cooler can damage the motherboard when moved. So looking at all in one water cooling - the Neptune's seem to be the best quiet/budget solution - so: 1. Neptune 120XL or 240M - Which would be quieter in the Silencio 652s case? Would the 120XL have to work hard and therefore be noisy? The 240M would be top mounted and therefore "directed" at me sitting right next to it. Would this make it noisier? Overall it's a quieter solution I'm after rather than an overclocking one - the machine is for work at home not play. 2. Motherboard Gigabyte X99-UD4 vs Asus X99-S - which handle variable voltage on the water block better? Dual Windows/Hackintosh build so gigabyte card easier - but.. Asus has fanexpert so automatic variable voltage to the water block is possible to keep it quieter. Anyone got experience with variable voltage on the water block with these manufacturers? Any and all thought welcome - I'd rather get it right as I won't be buying another home workstation for years!
  9. Matt Demos

    Detecting coolant leaks

    Coolant leaks can be extremely expensive and time consuming if not identified early. I didn't notice mine (Seidon 240M) until it had leaked on to my motherboard, GPU's, and power supply. Most of my hardware is black, therefore it was not readily apparent (even with the large viewing window on my Thermaltake Level 10 GT case). The best and least expensive fix I could recommend is including thin attachable sleeves that could be placed anywhere on the cooling tubes that are absorbent and change color when whetted by coolant. The other option would be a style of drip tray that is absorbent (not something that collects the coolant as this would be bad when turning the case on its side if the customer hadn't noticed the coolant collecting) and also changes color when whetted. The latter might restrict airflow and be cumbersome to attach depending on space allowance therefore I would recommend the former. I have read many times (my case included) that leaks mainly occur either on the tube fittings or the tubes themselves. This would allow the customer to place the attachable sleeves or drip tray at the lowest point in the system and give them an early, and readily apparent, warning sign to avoid further damage to there components. If you read this and agree or have found another inexpensive solution please post below.
  10. Hi im building a custom mod and im having trouble thinking about what the airflow should be... anyone with experience? that can help me optimize the airflow for max cooling? here are some pics with reference for you guys to know )
  11. wilsonwill15

    Cooler Master Nepton 240L

    Hi Guys, Am i ask if is possible to made a Nepton closer-loop water cooler with a 240mm radiator, because many of our cases do not support 280mm radiator like silencio 652 case Thanks for your atention