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Poll Results: If I changed tubing color which color would look best?

 
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how did you get a reverse atx tj07?

I had the mod done at chilled pc smile.gif
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The New revision of Tj07 has rails on both sides so you can run regular or reverse set up.
The case was nice, but it looked a little rushed. The one that I received anyway.
It seems ABS is making cases for silverstone especially the TJ11.
I think it would have been sick if you did dark red plexi instead of the traditional MDPC white that everyone rocks.

I like the contrast of the black and white, I'm not sure how dark red would look? If I get tried of the blood red, I might do all white turbing, or black
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I like the contrast of the black and white, I'm not sure how dark red would look? If I get tried of the blood red, I might do all white turbing, or black

+1 on the black and red getting old after a while. Someone else has a TJ07 build (his is silver) on here with black interior and it looks clean.
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speaking of girls and vegas... here's one from CES today:
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hi.

So despite getting the wrong 580 water block, I just went ahead just bypassed it so I could do some leak testing. I'll just get the right block tomorrow and throw it in.

Having a problem now though. At rest with no pumps on, the res is full. When I turn the pumps on, the water level severely drops in the res, now this wouldn't be a problem, but I have the return feeding in through the top. The hole I'm using on the res has a nice long tube that goes 3/4 of the way down the res. The problem is when the water drops, it drops right below that tube, and the air in the loop is going though the loop, getting shot back into the res, then -i think- just picked up by the pump again to go through the loop. Is the only way to fix this by just having the return at the bottom of the res? Or do I need to let the bubbles work out? I can see the bubbles in the loop, there's pockets, but they aren't going away after a few minutes. Nor can I open the res to add more fluid because the return is through the top. Help smile.gif

Here's a short video to help explain.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgWjP1fhzQY

I tried to go to the back and show how it's setup, but there's not enough light. Here's what it looks like. the Y is the drain, although I probably should have put it at the bottom of the rad instead of the top. biggrin.gif

Man, I really hate how my flash and camera make everything look so crappy lol

20120113_011104.jpg
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post #126 of 182
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hi.
So despite getting the wrong 580 water block, I just went ahead just bypassed it so I could do some leak testing. I'll just get the right block tomorrow and throw it in.
Having a problem now though. At rest with no pumps on, the res is full. When I turn the pumps on, the water level severely drops in the res, now this wouldn't be a problem, but I have the return feeding in through the top. The hole I'm using on the res has a nice long tube that goes 3/4 of the way down the res. The problem is when the water drops, it drops right below that tube, and the air in the loop is going though the loop, getting shot back into the res, then -i think- just picked up by the pump again to go through the loop. Is the only way to fix this by just having the return at the bottom of the res? Or do I need to let the bubbles work out? I can see the bubbles in the loop, there's pockets, but they aren't going away after a few minutes. Nor can I open the res to add more fluid because the return is through the top. Help smile.gif
Here's a short video to help explain.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgWjP1fhzQY
I tried to go to the back and show how it's setup, but there's not enough light. Here's what it looks like. the Y is the drain, although I probably should have put it at the bottom of the rad instead of the top. biggrin.gif
Man, I really hate how my flash and camera make everything look so crappy lol
20120113_011104.jpg

You have it setup as private so nobody will be able to see your video, it needs to be public. I had trouble using the acrylic tubes that come with the EK multi-option reservoirs, there was so much turbulence in the reservoir that it was creating little tiny bubbles and the longer I had the system on the more would collect.
Edited by Systemlord - 1/13/12 at 3:09am
post #127 of 182
I'll be using a EK Multioption x2 reservoir soon (150 advanced) and I want to see your video to understand your problem but the video is set to private!
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post #128 of 182
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That's weird, I've never had a movie upload as private before, they're usually always public. Anyway I fixed it. I'm uploading another one now that there's natural light, should be up in a few min.

This video is much brighter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALOlACpS6k4
Edited by jermzz - 1/13/12 at 11:03am
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That's weird, I've never had a movie upload as private before, they're usually always public. Anyway I fixed it. I'm uploading another one now that there's natural light, should be up in a few min.
This video is much brighter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALOlACpS6k4

So after thoroughly looking at your video, the first thing that i noticed, was the water coming down from the top inlet port. There is something clearly wrong with the water leaking inside the top. I don't have an EK adv. reservoir so I cant comment on the fault more precisely.
But what i mean is that not all the water from the 90° fitting is going through that long tube only (which it should). The water is being somehow split in the top, that is why you have it showering around the inside of the res and letting air being sucked in through the long tube. That my guess on it at least rolleyes.gif
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So after thoroughly looking at your video, the first thing that i noticed, was the water coming down from the top inlet port. There is something clearly wrong with the water leaking inside the top. I don't have an EK adv. reservoir so I cant comment on the fault more precisely.
But what i mean is that not all the water from the 90° fitting is going through that long tube only (which it should). The water is being somehow split in the top, that is why you have it showering around the inside of the res and letting air being sucked in through the long tube. That my guess on it at least rolleyes.gif

Yep, that was definitely the problem. I went down to the store and got the correct 580 block, installed that and moved the hose to the bottom port of the res and it's perfect now. A couple people said it would be fine at the top, but I guess in this situation that wasn't the case. oh well, its all in and working great now!

here's a couple pics of the 580 and how it all looks now. I'll get some better ones later after I clean my grubby fingerprints off everything biggrin.gif. Gotta go to work mad.gif

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