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Originally Posted by Jinto View Post

I can't figure out your loop order, could you go over it?
My guess:
CPU/pump -> GPU-> rear rad -> front rad -> t-res -> CPU/pump

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Originally Posted by alcal View Post

Sure!
Arbitrarily starting from cpu/pump:
Apogee drive - 6990 - 120 rad - 180 rad - t-line - apogee drive
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Originally Posted by MiiX View Post

My guess:
CPU/pump -> GPU-> rear rad -> front rad -> t-res -> CPU/pump
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Hehe nice guess smile.gif
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alcal- nice rig smile.gif
BTW- how much did frozen charge you for that window?
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alcal- nice rig smile.gif
BTW- how much did frozen charge you for that window?

It was $50 for the installation + $40 or so for the 9.5" by 9.5" bolt on kit. It was kinda pricey, but I know I would have ruined the case had I tried it myself, so I didn't mind spending the money.
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A few retroactive pictures of my TJ08-e water build:

impressive. very nice looking plumbing job you did smile.gif didn't think you can get that fitting behind the mobo tray like that. guess there is more space behind the mobo tray then I thought biggrin.gif

hope you did a clear coat on those polished copper, or you may have some maintenance issues a few years down the road biggrin.gif
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Alcal, how are your temps?
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A few retroactive pictures of my TJ08-e water build:
Partslist:
-i7-975EE & Swiftech Apogee Drive II
-6990 & Alphacool NexXxos ATP 6990
-Asus R3G
-12gb Crucial Tracer Ballistix 1866 @ 9-9-9-27
-2x 1.5tb Seagate 3.5" drives up top
-256gb Samsung 830 velcroed and an 80gb old intel drive on the bottom
-OCZ Fatal1ty 180mm PSU
-Magicool 180mm and EK 120mm rads
-Lots of Alphacool copper fittings
-Phobya fillport
-DD dreamflex tubing. I know nothing about this stuff, but I wanted color so tygon was out of the question
- Corsair SP120 high performance on some Lian Li fan controller in the 3.5" bay
-Phobya 180mm Red LED
-And of course a TJ08-e, with window courtesy of FrozenCPU.com
Most of the parts I ordered as well as the rig I was tearing apart to feed this one biggrin.gif

The first version of the loop + cable management. The cables were very tricky because my fillport is behind the mobo tray and my 5/8" hoses can't have ANY cables cross them for the side panel to fit on flat.


Here is the (at least for me) horror story: I thought everything was good, loop had been in use for about two days--I was retweaking my 975 OC and turned on prime when a hose popped off the Apogee Drive II. Fluid got on the rear rad, fan, and all over the bottom of the case, but I yanked the power before it had a chance to BSOD on its own, so I think the parts are fine. None of them seemed wet when I was draining it later.
The cause of the leak seems to have been too tight a bend in the hose going to the drive, and it just popped out of its compression fitting when the pump started vibrating when it ramped up the speed during the prime run.
Afterwards, I ordered a bunch of angled fittings so that I would only have to run straight hoses, and get rid of that messy loop. The result is quite pretty if I do say so myself. I won't get a chance to fill it for a few weeks as I will be away on vacation, but I think it's ready to be leak tested once more when I get back.

Revised loop pics:



How did it pop off? Wasnt it a compression fitting? how did you manage that?
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Alcal, how are your temps?
Don't know really. I'm not expecting great temps from a 6990 and a bloomfield chip--They are both known for dumping heat so I'm not execting close-to-ambient temps at all. I think with the old loop I had cpu idling at around 40 (but that was with the powersaving features off and at 4.3ghz) and the 6990 was around 37 on both cores. Never loaded the GPU but CPU at load was high 50's I think.

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How did it pop off? Wasnt it a compression fitting? how did you manage that?

No clue really. I think the bend in the hose was too tight and so the combination of the vibrating pump and the hose trying to straighten itself, along with perhaps user error in tightening the fitting (though I'm not sure) could have caused it to pop. My alternative hypothesis is that the pump failed for some reason and the fluid heated up, and the thermal expansion caused the hose to pop off. Not sure why the pump would have failed and I think I heard it working fine right before the hose popped so that's a bit of a long shot.
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Hello! I'm planning to buy this case in the next 2+weeks. Actually my choice is either the Fractal Arc Mini or this one. I really like the minimalistic/clean design of the tj08-e.

I'll post some pics when I get my hands on it.

Here's my build

Processor: Intel i5 3570k
Motherboard: Asus Maximus V Gene
Ram: Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer or Corsair Dominator GT 2x4gb 1600/1866
Gpu: Asus 7950 DC2T 3gb version 1
HDD: Seagate Barracuda XT 2tb (planning to add one in the future)
80gb (for torrent)
SSD: Samsung 830 128gb (also planning to add one in teh future)
Psu: Seasonic X-760w or Seasonic P-660w
HSF: gonna stick with the stock for awhile, my budget is tight right now but maybe I would go for an H80i? any suggestions?
Case: Silverstone TJ08-E


Planning to remove the HDD cage. My question is, will the 7950 DC2T get enough air thru the front fan? The card uses 3slot pci.

Might have chosen the Bitfenix Prodigy if not for my videocard 3 slot pci.
Edited by rpch - 11/30/12 at 10:12pm
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Hello! I'm planning to buy this case in the next 2+weeks. Actually my choice is either the Fractal Arc Mini or this one. I really like the minimalistic/clean design of the tj08-e.
I'll post some pics when I get my hands on it.
Here's my build
Processor: Intel i5 3570k
Motherboard: Asus Maximus V Gene
Ram: Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer or Corsair Dominator GT 2x4gb 1600/1866
Gpu: Asus 7950 DC2T 3gb version 1
HDD: Seagate Barracuda XT 2tb (planning to add one in the future)
80gb (for torrent)
SSD: Samsung 830 128gb (also planning to add one in teh future)
Psu: Seasonic X-760w
HSF: gonna stick with the stock for awhile, my budget is tight right now but maybe I would go for an H80i? any suggestions?
Planning to remove the HDD cage. My question is, will the 7950 DC2T get enough air thru the front fan? The card uses 3slot pci.
Might have chosen the Bitfenix Prodigy if not for my videocard 3 slot pci.

Yup. That Air Penetrator fan pushes a lot of air, and if you turn the PSU so that the fan is pointing up, there is a massive amount of positive pressure in the case. Are you getting a fan for the rear 120mm fan mount? Also, if you want a cheap cooler to use in the meantime that's better than stock, you could grab a Cooler master Hyper 212+ or really any of its variants. That should take your 3570k to a 4.4ghz OC for around $25
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