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If you wanted to water cool the CPU, RAM, Motherboard, and two 680's would you need to run two loops? Also 5 loops, I'm gonna have to go back and read up on everything your running, I don't even know what would use so many loops.

You don't have to run that much stuff on separate loops. In fact it will be easier and cheaper to run one loop. The difference in flow and temps will be negligible assuming that you have two pumps in series. This many loops is only for fun/excess smile.gif
     
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If you wanted to water cool the CPU, RAM, Motherboard, and two 680's would you need to run two loops? Also 5 loops, I'm gonna have to go back and read up on everything your running, I don't even know what would use so many loops.

You don't have to run that much stuff on separate loops. In fact it will be easier and cheaper to run one loop. The difference in flow and temps will be negligible assuming that you have two pumps in series. This many loops is only for fun/excess smile.gif

Wouldn't the heat build up in the water as it progresses to each device? After the CPU, VRM's, and possibly RAM I would assume you would accumulate a lot of heat and you haven't even reached the GPU's yet. Not to mention anything else you may want in the loop. I would consider myself green, so there may be even more on the loop. Would you need multiple radiators or something, and then two pumps? It's years down the road for me to do this but it's still fun to talk about it.

Also your build is exceptional, and if I could ever try and do my own water cooling build I would aim for quality such as this. Make everything look clean and professional, and have people who come over stare in disbelief.

Is there by chance a single post with a complete list of all your parts you're using, I'm unfortunately using a phone and jumping pages sucks. I just want to see what you why you need 5 loops.
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Wouldn't the heat build up in the water as it progresses to each device? After the CPU, VRM's, and possibly RAM I would assume you would accumulate a lot of heat and you haven't even reached the GPU's yet. Not to mention anything else you may want in the loop. I would consider myself green, so there may be even more on the loop. Would you need multiple radiators or something, and then two pumps? It's years down the road for me to do this but it's still fun to talk about it.
Also your build is exceptional, and if I could ever try and do my own water cooling build I would aim for quality such as this. Make everything look clean and professional, and have people who come over stare in disbelief.
Is there by chance a single post with a complete list of all your parts you're using, I'm unfortunately using a phone and jumping pages sucks. I just want to see what you why you need 5 loops.

Typically you'd want two rads for that kind of loop. Generally flow rates are high enough that loop order doesn't make that big of a difference. If you care like I do, you'd have rads in between blocks. For example my gaming loop is:

Huge Iwaki aquarium pump -> 360 rad (to remove pump heat) -> cpu -> 560 rad -> 3xGPU -> 560 rad -> res

However like I said, you probably won't see even 1C difference if you rearranged it.
     
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BTW I know that IB has "launched" but when are we supposed to be able to buy it? I don't see it in the shops yet.

I need to pick up a 3770K for a matx air build I'm doing as a mini workstation for a buddy.
     
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I ended up finding the the build list, I over looked it.

Still great build and it's awesome you can fit a workstation/folder and a gaming rig in one box. I can't wait to see the final product!

Edit: I would like to know when Ivy is available too, I'm buying a laptop in two months and would like to see as many reviews as I can before I make a decision.
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That sleeving looks amazing! Adding length to cables seems like a real big pain though redface.gif
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They'll start selling Ivy at the end of the month. I've been arranging boxes and making inventories and all that kinda crap because of the shipments are arriving. Lol have to see if I can snatch a pic for you guys, there's like 300 retail boxes of 3770k and 3570k's. Not allowed to take pics for some reason redface.gif

I like the idea of gray sleeving with some red stren smile.gif personal fav is gray with orange, but red is def better for your build :thumb
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I ended up finding the the build list, I over looked it.
Still great build and it's awesome you can fit a workstation/folder and a gaming rig in one box. I can't wait to see the final product!
Edit: I would like to know when Ivy is available too, I'm buying a laptop in two months and would like to see as many reviews as I can before I make a decision.

Thanks dude!
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That sleeving looks amazing! Adding length to cables seems like a real big pain though redface.gif

Yeah I guess you can buy sleeved extensions but I'd rather make the length exactly right at this point.
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They'll start selling Ivy at the end of the month. I've been arranging boxes and making inventories and all that kinda crap because of the shipments are arriving. Lol have to see if I can snatch a pic for you guys, there's like 300 retail boxes of 3770k and 3570k's. Not allowed to take pics for some reason redface.gif
I like the idea of gray sleeving with some red stren smile.gif personal fav is gray with orange, but red is def better for your build :thumb

Yeah I love grey and orange too, if I'd gone with the gigabyte board then I would have smile.gif Thanks for the update on IB - don't risk your job though haha smile.gif
     
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So to build the workstation loop I also needed a rx360 rad from my gaming rig. So this meant that it was time to take the gaming rig apart. Here you can see it minus one fan that was clicking and had been removed. Yes you can cool 3 480's, a 920 and motherboard block with 5xAP15s but yes your water gets pretty warm lol.

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So once the radiators were removed, I could take some side by side pics with the new case:

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Yes the TX10 is huge!

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So enough posing, it's time to take the guts apart:

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You can see how the window was hiding some messy wiring. I hadn't bothered to tidy and sleeve much after putting in the Koolance res and STX because the TX10 was already on the way.

Lots of dust to be cleaned, here you can see the "saddlebag" setup of the external rads

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About to take the fans and reservoir out:

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Top fan and PSU removed:

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Parts on the ground, parts on the ground looking like a fool with my parts on the ground!

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The STX is a sexy card:

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Thanks for the update on IB - don't risk your job though haha smile.gif
It's not a real job or anything, just helping out as an family friend owns the place. It's not like I get paid a lot, I just do it 'cause I get to play with hardware I'm too poor to buy biggrin.gif I can't recall the exact date the selling should start as I work at assembly side, but it's either 29th or 30th IIRC. edited, it's 29th.

Shame that you disassembled the helicopter, it was so cool biggrin.gif
Edited by Blizlake - 4/24/12 at 10:29pm
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