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Hmm..I'm not the best on running tubing either...I would post a pic in the OCN Watercooling Club and Photo Gallery I bet you would get tons of responses....

I still can't believe how huge that thing is! Your board looks so tiny in there! I thought my M8 was big, but it's actually gonna be a little crowded inside. Especially compared to yours!

Loop order really isn't all that important after res->pump....I actually like the order you have set up, although you could probably get away with res -> pump -> Rad 1 -> Rad 2 -> CPU -> Mobo -> RAM -> Rad 3 -> Rad 4 -> GPUs -> res
That would eliminate a little bit of tubing around the mobo, as for the gpus, I'm not sure how you could get rid of that long run. Also, are you going to run any 45s or 90s or is it all straight compressions?

Looking really good Cesar!
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip;15419331 
Hmm..I'm not the best on running tubing either...I would post a pic in the OCN Watercooling Club and Photo Gallery I bet you would get tons of responses....

I still can't believe how huge that thing is! Your board looks so tiny in there! I thought my M8 was big, but it's actually gonna be a little crowded inside. Especially compared to yours!

Loop order really isn't all that important after res->pump....I actually like the order you have set up, although you could probably get away with res -> pump -> Rad 1 -> Rad 2 -> CPU -> Mobo -> RAM -> Rad 3 -> Rad 4 -> GPUs -> res
That would eliminate a little bit of tubing around the mobo, as for the gpus, I'm not sure how you could get rid of that long run. Also, are you going to run any 45s or 90s or is it all straight compressions?

Looking really good Cesar!

thats a smart idea, thanks I will post up a shot in that thread and see what the pundits think. Doubling up the rads is also another good idea, plus rep. I might have a solution for the GPU run, just have to test it. I have the whole loop set with just one elbow and the rest straight compressions. I have about a dozen elbows on hand though, just trying to get max flow rate as possible. Back to the drawing board rolleyes.gif
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Cesar...have you thought about running the gpus on a completely separate loop? You already have the 2 pumps and reservoirs...might give you a little more freedom to move components around for a cleaner layout.
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May I ask what size tubing your are using for this build? Looks very nice! I am really interested to see the rest of your build. I Love this case, thinking about getting it for my next build. Keep up the great work!
 
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip;15420469 
Cesar...have you thought about running the gpus on a completely separate loop? You already have the 2 pumps and reservoirs...might give you a little more freedom to move components around for a cleaner layout.
I might make them separate loops; if it made the tubing cleaner. But I like the idea of having redundancy built into the system, one pump goes down and the other will still keep things from melting down. I am tinkering with the routing. I want to avoid criss crossing the tubing, I feel it draws your eye to the intersections, and unless that's what you think looks good in your case (I don't), you want to try different lay outs. It's kind of like composing a picture. Going to have to experiment, take a pic, and solicit feed back. smile.gif
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May I ask what size tubing your are using for this build? Looks very nice! I am really interested to see the rest of your build. I Love this case, thinking about getting it for my next build. Keep up the great work!
Thanks for the compliment. I am using 1/2 ID and 5/8 OD tubing. I still have lots to work on, but I am not shy about showing unfinished pieces. One thing is sure, I don't want mediocre so this should be an adventure.
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post #96 of 222
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Well here is the revised tubing layout. I think its an improvement. To my eye it kind of looks like rib cage/heart/collar bone.

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I still have to figure how to run the tubing on the PSU side, but I think what I have is on the right path.
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Looks amazing, I might actually order one of those cases after looking at the magnitude of it.
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Actually, I like that!!! Looks a lot better! I'm gonna have to have you help me with mine!
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Looks amazing, I might actually order one of those cases after looking at the magnitude of it.

Yeah, with this case your are only limited by your imagination. Because of the large scale it is a bit tricky to keep everything looking proportional though.
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Actually, I like that!!! Looks a lot better! I'm gonna have to have you help me with mine!

I hope I can pull of the cable sleeving.......
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post #100 of 222
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Look what I got!

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I also got the FX-8150 in the mail yesterday, but I don't think I can install it any time soon. I have read I first have to boot up with my 1090T and flash the bios first before installing......
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