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Build I just completed. It's all AMD, All 7nm, All PCIe 4.0 with a 280 Kraken X62 in Push/Pull Noctua Industrial fans. Stuffed into a NZXT H210.

The case only fits a 240 AIO. It will fit the X62 but you have to take out the wire rail, top fan and whole front assembly to get it in. Install is much harder so while it isn't as easy as going with the X52 240. It will fit.

This is my All-in-one, Workstation/HTPC/Gaming PC.

Comments

  • 4 days ago
  • 1 point

Do you think to performance would have suffered with the 240 rad? Sick build stuffing a massive CPU and GPU in this tiny box.

  • 4 days ago
  • 2 points

Honestly I think in a normal environment like sitting on a desk in a reasonably cool room it would be fine. If anything this case would choke the GPU more than anything. Especially if you only had 2 120mm fans in push config at the front.

I have this sitting in a media closet and live in Phoenix, AZ so in the summer the closet can be closer to 90 degrees (32c) so I wanted to make sure that I had more than enough cooling. With the PC sitting about 12-15ft away from where I use the PC noise isn't a factor. So to me the ability to really ramp up these overpowered fans made sense. At the full 3,000rpm though they are audible from 20ft and sound like I have a drone hovering in the closet. I don't let them ramp that high though haha.

For the CPU I think it would run a tad bit hotter but a 240mm AIO would be fine. GPU will take a hit however with the smaller 120mm fans IMO.

Most important thing to this build is the SFX PSU. This smaller PSU allows more air to get to the GPU from the holes in the bottom shroud. Combine this with the steady flow of air from the bottom 140mm Pull fan and it keeps the GPU perfectly cool. A full size ATX PSU would increase thermals of this build to the GPU considerably.

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

How much was the CPU?

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

they are retailing for $750

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

$749.99+AZ Tax (Stayed up all night got it from Amazon in the first few seconds it went live) After striking out at Newegg, AMD Direct and Microcenter