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Hi guys, back again with my final build smile.gif

Don't hesitate to tell me if something goes wrong with my build !! Maybe I missed something smile.gif

Well done thumb.gif "webflo" It certainly looks crowded in there wink.gif.

What size tubing are you using? and why such a large pump?
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post #1902 of 6293
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Well done thumb.gif "webflo" It certainly looks crowded in there wink.gif.
What size tubing are you using? and why such a large pump?
Thanks smile.gif So my tubing are 19/13 with the brand "Tygon R-3603" (allow more curve but less flexible than Tygon R-1000 I used before)
And for the pump, the Aquastream XT is the quietest pump I heard...That's why I choosed it smile.gif I have also a DDC1-T but I found it very noisy and the top provided with the pump didn't allowed me to add my 19/13 fittings side by side (not enought space between the threads). Also I liked too the provided monitoring of the pump, directly using USB smile.gif As I'm noob I found this more secure to see what's happend with the pump. The only bad thing with this Aquastream is the way the outlet are done: the outlet in on the top... so the inlet are in the front and for complex build, it should be better if it was reverse. Like that I could join my res or rad by the top and propulse the water horizontaly to the CPU. What's why my loop seems to be a little complicated if you look at my pictures....
Anyway, I kept my DDC1-T just in case, and maybe one day I will add it to my build and having 2 loop for better temps smile.gif
    
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post #1903 of 6293
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SSD+HDD in 5.25 bay using silverstone's adapter bay
The graphics card can 'technically' fit in the PCIE_1 slot ... but at an angle rolleyes.gif Since there's next to no performance loss from Gen3 x8, might as well use it ... !

Very nice! biggrin.gif
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post #1904 of 6293
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Hi guys, back again with my final build smile.gif
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Finally, a lot of cable anyway :'( but thanks to the clips, they did the job: everything is flat and I can close my case \o/
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There is one annoying bubble.I shaked the case in all directions but no way, the bubble remains :'( Once the bubble is in the CPU part, once its in the pump outlet.... After 1h of (quick) bench still here...I think the 90° adapter at the pump outlet causes thes bubble. What did you think ? Have I to modify the fitting of the pump outlet or Can I keep my loop as is ? But app
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About the temp:
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The HHD is about 30°/33°, and the GPU at 29°.
after 1hour of Prime95, the GPU reached 34° and the HDD stil at 30°/34°
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But amazing for a noob like me in watercooling is right after stoping Prime95, the CPU temp go down to 34° \o/ Didn't have to wait 15minutes smile.gif
Final words, I'm pretty happy with my build, maybe if I have the courage I will check for the bubble and the pump outlet but for now, it's enought for me smile.gif
Don't hesitate to tell me if something goes wrong with my build !! Maybe I missed something smile.gif

@webflo

Looks to me you're having problems bleeding that air bubble because you have your loop as:

Res -> Rad -> Pump etc

try changing it to:

Res -> Pump -> Rad ...
post #1905 of 6293
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post #1906 of 6293
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Build
CPU: I5-3570K (XSPC Rasa Water Block)
Mother Board: ASRock Z77 Pro4-M
Video Card: Evga GTX 680 (EK FC-680 Water Block)
Power Supply: OCZ Fatality 1000 Watt (Sleeved)
Ram: 8GB Corsair Dominator GT (2000 MHZ)
Hard Drive:120GB Corsair Force 3 (OS), Seagate 2TB Green (Games)
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Can I Please Be Added to the Club. I will be uploding final Pics of Computer Soon.

Wow, very nice thumb.gif
post #1907 of 6293
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I had mine facing downwards. Helps a bit, to get the warm air out of the case
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Your choice. With the PSU fan up, the PSU will get cooler air and (assuming it is thermostat controlled) run quieter. With the PSU fan down, it'll help cool the graphics card, but the hotter air will make the fan run higher and may impact the longevity of the PSU.
I'd say if your graphics card exhausts entirely out the back, have the PSU intake up top, there's no need to have the PSU and GPU's intakes in the same area. If your GPU exhausts back into the case, take your pick. Or try both and see which works better for you. If your GPU is fanless, having the PSU fan down is probably a good idea. If you have no GPU, it probably doesn't much matter which you do.
Mine is fan up. I probably should try fan down sometime, but it's working and I'm lazy.
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If you have a graphics card that dumps heat in the case then I would definitely suggest adding a pretty powerful fan on the back exhaust.
I have a dang Ares dumping inside but it does ok even while running gpu compute tasks cuz I have a Ultra Kaze on the back tongue.gif

Thx for your replies, guys!

I've got GTX 570. Unfortunately, 670 is still not available here and 680 is waaay too expensive frown.gif

So I guess I will put the PSU upwards for now and check temps. If they are way out of normal, will try reversing.

Edit:

Also, what's the difference between traditional Silver Arrow and Silver Arrow SB-E in terms of this case? Is the newer SB-E bigger, cooler or something? Is it better for this case or worse?
Edited by XSCounter - 5/12/12 at 4:38am
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corsair hydro H100
Ocz vertex 4 512 Gb
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Sorry for the Crappy cell phone picture rolleyes.gif
Sweet you got the H100 in there. I guess that means other 240 rads could fit in there. Is it mounted or just wedged in there?
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Love the front grill. Did you just take it out and spray paint it?
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Build
CPU: I5-3570K (XSPC Rasa Water Block)
Mother Board: ASRock Z77 Pro4-M
Video Card: Evga GTX 680 (EK FC-680 Water Block)
Power Supply: OCZ Fatality 1000 Watt (Sleeved)
Ram: 8GB Corsair Dominator GT (2000 MHZ)
Hard Drive:120GB Corsair Force 3 (OS), Seagate 2TB Green (Games)
Drive: LG dvd Burner
Can I Please Be Added to the Club. I will be uploding final Pics of Computer Soon.

That is one sexy beast thumb.gif
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