it looks like the one on nzxt website
Great build, looking at building something similar myself. Have you considered mounting the h55 on the rear fan slot? That's what I was thinking of doing but don't know if it will fit.
what clock are you running the CPU at and what are your load temps with it?
So the PSU does work with this case? Why dos some outlets say that the SF750 cable is too short?
so fresh and so clean clean =).....
So clean! What a powerhouse for the size!
Nice build. Have you done any overclocking with this set up? Interested to know how the mobo VRM temps are?
Why did you buy two aio coolers, what's ag12 gpu matte, and are your temps really that good?
He bought a second aio because a g12 is an aio mount for a gpu allowing it to be liquid cooled.
Could you tell me which Backplate that is?
looks like it might be a included one with the gpu itself
Yeah, I found out later on. I thought you had to take it off when you install the Kraken G12. Maybe not with the 20 series GPU's.
It's the one came with the evga 2080ti xc gaming.
Thanks! Like I said earlier. I thought you had to take it off for the G12.
Such a nice, clean build, man. I would suggest you do a pull effect by moving the radiator front and the fan behind it, and get yourself another NZXT RGB fan!
I tried in the beginning, but there is no enough room, because the Corsair H55 is longer than I expected.
Why you didn’t use two M22 Aio
Because M22 is not compatible to the nzxt g12.
cool build. did you face any clearance issues with the g15?
Hi, i just did a similar build, did you have the rear H55 as an exhaust or intake?
I set it as intake.
Like this build a lot. Didn't know about the GPU Matte existing untill now.
How did you install the H55 in the Kraken G12 to the front cooler bracket? It looks like there's no space for the tubing.
This is EXACTLY what I want to build a full 9 months later. You are a revolutionary.
Nice build! Love it.
Just a question, does the kraken x52/x62 fit with the kraken g12 inside the h200 case? Is there enough space between the psu shroud and the g12 or i need to use a "low profile" AIO?
I know right. Because aesthetic is more important