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post #181 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Khalam;14130189 
guys which of the below linked fittings would you say I need and how many?wink.gif just to remind its for my double loop, loop 1 pump/res to up top rad to cpu to pump/res, second loop pump/res to the rad below the res, mounted in the front of the case going to top gpu, down through video spacer to the second gpu and back to pump res.

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Bitspower-14Inch-BSPP-Blank-Fitting-Matte-Black_1038.html

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Bitspower-14Inch-BSPP-12Inch-ID-34Inch-OD-Compression--Matte-Black_1049.html

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Bitspower-14Inch-BSPP-45-Degree-Short-Fitting-Matte-Black_1044.html

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Bitspower-14Inch-BSPP-12Inch-ID-34Inch-OD-Rotary-45-Degree-Comp--Matte-Black_1198.html

do I need any other ones?


Nice fitting's! You should be good to go with what you have listed. Have you mapped out the loop yet? I'm considering these myself.
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post #182 of 1907
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Originally Posted by SQLinsert;14130260 
Hey, does this case actually include a 120x2 radiator oem? Thanks. Do you think there are any stability issues in terms of metal warping with mounting the top radiator that way? It wouldn't eventually become to heavy? People say the case is sturdy and I'm currently looking at it for possible future needs. Thanks again. cool.gif

No rad included....I plan on weighing in my rig once done but I'm afraid it'll break my scale... Case is sturdy but with all the weight I'm throwing in I'll wait to say one way or the other.
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post #183 of 1907
its mapped out the way I described above;) im wondering how many of each fitting do I need?
post #184 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Khalam;14132388 
its mapped out the way I described above;) im wondering how many of each fitting do I need?

Whoops my bad:o....well it looks to me like you'll need the standard 2 fitting's per component. So....
- first loop Pump (2 fitting's at least) this depends on what pump and where it's located. My read of the case is count on a few 45 degree angles to help with flow overall. I'd say get at least one 45 for each component. It's a PITA to have a connection not work out for the sake of a 3 dollar piece..

-Res - Assume it's a standard tube res but either way I wouldn't forget about the fill port.

-second loop samething (2 fitting's min but plan on a few 45 degree's to make it flow well).

-as with the fill port I'd do a drain as well..so perhaps a t-line fitting or three way connector fitting would help with that. IMHO

This is the one I just got.
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post #185 of 1907
this is the way the loops are gone go, do you think that 16x compression fittings and 4x each of the above linked will be enough?

Loop nr 1: Koolance PMP-450 [13mm, 1/2" ID]/Koolance RP-452X2 Dual 5.25" Reservoir Rev1.2 (RP-452X2) going to an RX360 Rad cooled by 3x gentle typhoons 1850 rpm in the front going to the VID-AR699 gpu blocks (top one first) through the Dual VID Connector Adjustable 1 Slot Spacing going back in to the pumps/res

Loop nr 2: Second Koolance PMP-450 [13mm, 1/2" ID]/Koolance RP-452X2 Dual 5.25" Reservoir Rev1.2 (RP-452X2) going to an RX360 Rad cooled by 3x gentle typhoons 1850 rpm mounted up top going to the Koolance 370 CPU block and back to the pump/res
post #186 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Khalam;14132735 
this is the way the loops are gone go, do you think that 16x compression fittings and 4x each of the above linked will be enough?

Loop nr 1: Koolance PMP-450 [13mm, 1/2" ID]/Koolance RP-452X2 Dual 5.25" Reservoir Rev1.2 (RP-452X2) going to an RX360 Rad cooled by 3x gentle typhoons 1850 rpm in the front going to the VID-AR699 gpu blocks (top one first) through the Dual VID Connector Adjustable 1 Slot Spacing going back in to the pumps/res

Loop nr 2: Second Koolance PMP-450 [13mm, 1/2" ID]/Koolance RP-452X2 Dual 5.25" Reservoir Rev1.2 (RP-452X2) going to an RX360 Rad cooled by 3x gentle typhoons 1850 rpm mounted up top going to the Koolance 370 CPU block and back to the pump/res

16X looks like enough. Sorry not knowing the placement of the parts is hard to give any definitive number... looks like you'll have enough but getting few extra 3 dollar pieces may save you a headache down the build..wink.gif
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post #187 of 1907
more like 12-15$ in ireland:( as for placing, the 2 pumps are gone be in the dual 5.25 bay res, the 360 rads in the front and up top
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what's that structure in the background have to do with anything?
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post #189 of 1907
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Originally Posted by vertex;14128823 
Well work has begun...

You can see (I hope) that the 420 rad on Top is mounted in a push pull and there is barely enough room at the fitting end to "fit" the fitting's. On the bottom I cut out a 120mm hole at the front to fit a 360 rad there. The challenge is the 360 lies flat but the 240 that stands vertical in the front so it covers part of the 360 as it's directly above (pic 3). So I can only get 3 fans in push at the bottom and 2 fans in pull on the top of the 360. With the 360 rad pushed all the way to the front I have just enough room for the PSU (pic 2). The 240 rad fits in front and leaves me 4 x 5.25 bay's to use. I've opted for a Res, Disk drive, Aftermarket hot swap bay for a 2T HD (still in shipment), and a Fan controller. Waiting on my new MB and after that can do more.biggrin.gif

What type of 420 rad it that?
post #190 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Makav3li;14147156 
What type of 420 rad it that?

I think he's missing a few millimeters of rad there
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