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Gallery i9 9900K + Evolv X build

MorePower

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Case - Phanteks Evolv X
PSU - Seasonic Prime Ultra 850W Titanium
Motherboard - ASUS ROG Maximus XI Extreme
CPU - Intel i9 9900K
GPU - ASUS Strix 2080 Ti OC
AIO - ASUS ROG Ryuo 240
Memory - G.Skill TridentZ RGB 32GB
NVMe M.2 - Samsung 970 Pro 512GB
SSDs - Samsung 860 Pro 1TB x 2
Fans - Corsair LL120 RGB x 2/LL140 RGB x 4
CableMod Black/Blood red cables
Monitor - LG 34GK950G
 

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JD

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Nice and clean! Those covers do a great job at hiding all the cabling
 

sswilson

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Are those replacement cables or extensions?

And as JD said.... nice and clean! Looks great!
 

MorePower

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Thanks. I don't think I can get it any cleaner with the wire management. I tried placing most of the fan wiring first and the heavier cables on top. The covers do a nice job.

Those are the replacement cables. I didn't want to add any more bulk with extension. It would of been too much.
 
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Not really my choice of a case for airflow (just my opinion). It looks good but it doesn't provide good airflow when compared to others. For fans I would have gone with NF-A14/NF-P14S or ML140's for best overall performance in both static pressure and airflow applications. Otherwise than that it's a nice Christmas present and build.
 
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Lysrin

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You guys are both commenting on airflow, but isn't that the newer Evolv that improved the airflow issues over the original? Personally even if the new one is a little airflow restricted it has so many other pluses going for it that a degree or two here and there wouldn't matter, to me anyway.
 
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Dark Knight

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You guys are both commenting on airflow, but isn't that the newer Evolv that improved the airflow issues over the original? Personally even if the new one is a little airflow restricted it has so many other pluses going for it that a degree or two here and there wouldn't matter, to me anyway.

Yes we are commenting about the newly released Evolv X model. You can refer to the Hardware Canucks video on the Evolv X. It didn't bring that improvement to airflow that it should have. It's still quite restrictive especially when compared with mesh style front panels or even Fractal airflow inlets.
 

rjbarker

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Yes thats a very clean looking machine...very nice....just need a GPU in there !!!! Like how the Samsung Pros are mounted :thumb:
 

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