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post #41 of 76 Old 07-20-2012, 08:22 PM - Thread Starter
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I think he thinks your running osx on it?
Anyways the build looks great, especially the case.
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Nah, no way. That would violate the EULA. Wink wink, nudge nudge.

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Duh. Measure twice, cut once. Or measure twice, buy once. First wrinkle. I was going to have radiator connections in the back but the case, but it won't quite work as neatly as envisioned. Radiator to radiator connection interferes with mounting the 68 mm case top. Yes, I could mod the top, but I sort of hate to drill holes in this case labs stuff...just too nicely thought out. Well, this opens all sorts cans of worms up, like even putting the radiators in parallel rather than serial....I'm going to sleep on it.


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Use the G1/4" connections that face down instead of off the back?
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Nah, no way. That would violate the EULA. Wink wink, nudge nudge.

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Blah. Couldn't sleep. Visions of water loops danced in my head....So I settled on this orientation for radiators. LOL, then got inpatient and rough-installed aquaero stuff. Wish I had taken pictures of all the variations I tried along the way. Nap time. Then more coffee and plumbing today.


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Well, I originally planned on both of the pumps going into the bottom area, but I had clearance issues up top with the hard drive cage. So I wound up putting the reservoir in horizontally. If I had two MCP35x2 pumps or even mcp35x instead of the Aquastream, I could have had both pump systems in the bottom. Alternatively, I could have left the radiator in the bottom of the case rather than side mounting it, but I like the aesthetics of this better. LOL for one thing the radiator hides the rats nest of cabling caused by me using extensions. There are two separate pump loops, each loop draws from the bottom on the side opposite where it enters.


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Here's the Aquastream and my drain port hole drilled; the fill port was backordered. Fits in pretty easily, lots of room around stuff.


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OK, 6 hours of leak testing...so far so good.... I have a short in a fan wire....grrr. Of course just noticed I left the hard drives plugged in. Oh well, no power to MB and GPU...that's where the real money sits anyway....


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