Check Complete Watercool Configuration

      Check Complete Watercool Configuration

      I have the following PC components for which I want to order a complete Watercool cooling system;

      PC Case - NZXT H200 (nzxt.com/products/h200-matte-white)
      Motherboard - ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING Mini-ITX
      CPU - Intel i9-9900K
      GPU - nVidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (Founders Edition 11GB VRAM)

      I believe the following Watercool parts are needed for the complete configuration;

      1 - HEATKILLER® IV PRO (INTEL processor) COPPER NI - Product no.: 18001
      1 - HEATKILLER® IV Backplate INTEL 1150/1151/1155/1156 - Product no.: 10013
      1 - HEATKILLER® IV for RTX 2080 Ti - ACETAL Ni - Product no.: 15624
      1 - HEATKILLER® IV eBC - Backplate for RTX 2080 and RTX 2080Ti - Product no.: 16066
      1 - WCP D5-PWM - Product no.: 30048
      1 - HEATKILLER® D5-TOP - Product no.: 31010
      1 - HEATKILLER® Tube 100 D5 - Product no.: 30203
      1 - HTSF2 2x120 LTX - Product no.: 24002
      4 - Noiseblocker BlackSilentPRO PLPS - 120mm (PWM) - Product no.: 60045 (2 extra to replace case fans)
      1 - Splitter PWM to 6x 4Pin - Product no.: 60322
      2 - Mayhems Ultra Clear 13/10mm (ID 3/8"- OD 1/2") - Product no.: 50300
      8 - Barrow Compression Fitting 13/10 silver nickel - Product no.: 50316

      This my first watercool project, so I would appreciate any advice, especially if I'm missing anything. My biggest concern is having enough room in my NZXT H200 case to install the pump/reservoir combo. (You can see the inside of the case via the URL above)

      Thanks,

      Jason
      In case anyone searching has a similar question, I received a response via email which pointed out that;

      My configuration did not require 1 - HEATKILLER® D5-TOP - Product no.: 31010 (the pump installs into the D5 Tube)
      And that the total height of the pump and tube, (196mm), may be a difficult fit for the NZXT H200 Case
      You wouldn't need a seperate D5 pump top.

      Also note you'll need mounting brackets with the reservoir unit to mount the pump at the bottom or the cable shroud!

      Final tip, 1x 240mm radiator for a 2080TI and a 9900K... I would go external, other the PCI bracket and mount a mo-ra on the back of the case. I'm running a 7920x and 2080ti on a 360, and it gets pretty toasty :)

      Willem wrote:

      You wouldn't need a seperate D5 pump top.

      Also note you'll need mounting brackets with the reservoir unit to mount the pump at the bottom or the cable shroud!

      Final tip, 1x 240mm radiator for a 2080TI and a 9900K... I would go external, other the PCI bracket and mount a mo-ra on the back of the case. I'm running a 7920x and 2080ti on a 360, and it gets pretty toasty :)

      I completely agree with regards to the radiator space - I wouldn't want to operate those two components on a single 240 as well.

      You are also right on the mounting: the reservoir comes without any mounting material. You can either hang it on the front radiator with the basic mounting kit and adapter brackets, or use a stand.
      Is there a customized HEATKILLER water block for my...
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