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hey there! i've been building computers for many years, but this is my first foray into water cooling. i've been planning this build since May 2011. i'm excited and scared, but taking my time and looking forward to the results. i finally began to put her together this weekend and so far i'm loving it. =)

i'd like to take a quick moment to just thank all the great people on OCN who take the time to share their experiences and insights.

and a very special thanks to my wife for being supportive and understanding, and for being a general nerd as well. =) she helped me put this together, particularly the bay mounting and the reservoir, and i couldn't have done it without her! =) love you, hon!

Naiad (ney-ad) - Classical Mythology . any of a class of nymphs presiding over rivers and springs.

i thought it an appropriate name for my first liquid cooled build. the part list can be found in my sig rig, while a more extensive list of water cooling components can be found in this thread here.

all the tech was tested beforehand and confirmed to be working. all my WC parts have been cleaned with a mixture of white vinegar and distilled water, then rinsed with distilled. my rads and blocks were flushed with running tap water, then rinsed with distilled, as outlined by Martin here. There was no flux detected.

the case i'm using is a Mountain Mods H2gO, a great little case, very efficient. i like small form factor builds, and for me, this is the case to do SFF internal WCing.

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in the front of the case are three 5.25" bays. normally with this case one has to have a dvd drive in the bottom slot. it's just how the case is made. the dvd drive is secured to the bottom of the case, and the mounting rack is secured to the dvd drive.

well, i decided that with this case i wanted to finally forgo having a dedicated, built-in dvd drive. instead i went with a fan controller and a dual bay reservoir. the res is more for the bling and to revel in the water cooling, but it is helpful for filling and draining the loop.

so, to make this happen, i needed to cobble something together. =)

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a wise man on OCN once said, "Every case needs a little ghetto." wink.gif i feel that, and this is the ghetto section. wink.gif it may not be pretty, but it works. i secured the mounting rack to the case with a combination of L-brackets, screws, nuts, washers and layered sound proofing foam (i'm hoping this will also help reduce collateral pump noise). it works surprisingly well, is very stable, and i get the bay options of my choice.

if you see the black duct tape on the bottom of the case, that is because i replaced the acrylic case feet with rubber feet, so i taped over the empty screw holes to reduce air leakage.

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a couple of quick notes: i took a few measures to help with sound proofing, in addition to the new rubber feet. i put a little sound padding under the PSU, and have TFC fan noise absorbers between the fans and the case (and will eventually also have them between the fans and the shrouds.)

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this is the bay res, from FrozenQ PC Mods:

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it's a real beut to behold, i think, and i can't wait to power it up. it comes with a built in MCP35X pump. i reoriented the pump to output vertically. this works better with my case design, as well as giving me the space to use my compression fitting and ball valve.

the ball valve is great. eventually i'll put my water temp sensor in there (it's not ready yet.) and then, when i want to drain the loop, i just close the valve, remove the temp sensor (with a small rag for the small amount of liquid left over), attach the drain tube, then open the valve again to drain. note that i added a couple of o-rings to the ball valve.

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the 45 degree fitting didn't reach as far i wanted, so i switched it for a standard compression fitting, which should do just fine.

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and here are a few customary general shots:

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more to come as i apply the GPU block, get the tubing in place, and wire everything up! also, fan shrouds and temp sensors will be made in a few weeks then added to the build.

thanks for reading!

*UPDATE 1/09/12*

today i applied my first GPU water block. wow, that was harrowing. =) it just makes me so nervous because the GPU is so complex, fragile and intrinsic to what i use my PC for. i took it all very slowly, but in the end i think it came out just right!

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tomorrow is tubing and beginning the leak test!

*UPDATE 1/10/12*

tubed up the case today and i think it looks great! i have to say, it's really exciting to have a case all my own that looks (i think) awesome like all those cool WCing setups that inspired me in the first place.

since this is my first liquid cooled build, i'm all about the whole "water in my computer" thing. wink.gif it's still new and exciting for me. =) so, my aesthetic is sort of built around flowing rivers, so the blue tubes, and the blue and white mobo (water and foam) with wave-like heatsinks. =) i'm enjoying it, and look forward to a nice, ethereal evening look once i set up the UV lights.

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i was a little worried about the curl and any potential kinking, but that setup is so tight i don't think it actually can go anywhere.

unfortunately we ran into a snag with filling the res. couldn't get to the fillport cleanly, so the leak test will have to wait until tomorrow. we switched out the angled fitting on the lower port of the 240 rad and are going to attach that to the fillport tomorrow in order to get an angle to clear the acrylic mobo tray. i'll probably have to leave in a permanent fill tube there, and just use a stopper to close it up.

assuming there are no more difficulties, i should have it all up and running in the next day or so thumb.gif

oh, something else i've been doing while waiting to do the leak test is prepare some wires.

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this is the inverter for the LED in my res. it came with PCI bracket that had an on/off switch. i didn't really want that in my case taking up space, and i want to run as few wires as i can between the top and bottom areas, so i picked up some wire cutters. i cut the wires, stripped them, then connected the ON wires together to that it will always be on so long as my computer has power.

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similarly, i bought two temp sensors. i did this because i couldn't find the one temp sensor i wanted: a stopper sensor that lead to a display read out. so i bought two separate parts and fused them together to make what i wanted. =)

wire cutters rule. =)


*UPDATE 1/23/12*

OK! =) it's been about two weeks since i updated this post. if you follow the thread, that is because i received a faulty pump top and my build hit a roadblock. thankfully, Alex of FrozenQ was kind enough to ship me a new top to replace the faulty one.

i received that top today and it tested great. =) so it's back to the build! =)

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my fill tube. i leave it in the case with some extra water in it and i just cap off the end. that's a female-female connector, so i can just remove the cap and attach a funnel for when i'm filling, then cap it off again when done.

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Leak test. tested for about 6 hours, including tipping the computer around and fully onto its back in order to release air bubbles. no leaks occurred.

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some fan shrouds i made with the help of a buddy of mine and his dremel. these were cheapo 3 dollar yate loons.

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shrouds installed. i also shortened the tubing from the pump to the cpu, as per the recommendation from begjr2.

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wiring in this case is tough, given the small size and no cable storage area. we tried to just keep the cables low and as short as we could. you can also see where we tucked away the SSD.

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we added some sound foam to the bottom chamber. i didn't want it up top because i like the shiny aesthetic and didn't want to ruin it.

ok, everything's set up. =) here are some general pics!! =)

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in the bottom left corner is my water temp readout.

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filters from Demciflex. love 'em. magnetic, easy to clean, look nice, do a great job. got a couple of fan grills for the exhaust, and i swapped out the power button for one with an LED.

note, i do exhaust out the front on the two ports with the fan grills. all 4 others fans are intake, in order to maintain positive pressure in the case to keep out dust. all my rads are on intake, with fans on pull.

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Temp Results

k, after a nice 1.5 hour gaming session everything is stable, cool and quiet! =D this is insane! i'm not used to it being this quiet, so when i expect the fans to ramp up and they don't, i still worry. =)

here are my temp results

Temps on Stock Coolers
CPU @ 4ghz
Idle: 40c (1.6 ghz downclock)
Game Load: ~70-75c

GPU
Idle: 43c
Game Load: 80c


Temps on Water
CPU @ 4ghz
Idle: 35c (1.6 ghz downclock)
Game Load: Mid-40s (High of 55)

GPU
Idle: 31-33c
Game Load: 50c


Total Change
CPU @ 4ghz
Idle: 5c (1.6 ghz downclock)
Game Load: 25-30c

GPU
Idle: 10c
Game Load: 30c


my water temps never went about 35c. i'm still not sure what my ambient temps, but i'm very happy with my setup. =) thanks for everything! i welcome any thoughts about these results.

*UPDATE 1/25/12*

so, today i received the final part of my build: a custom fan filter.

in the prior shots, the fan filters you see have been standard 120mm round filters from Demciflex. that's all well and good for the bottom fan ports, but the top fan ports not so much. they're just too close together. observe:

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so, with the help of Vincent of Demciflex, who was very patient, we designed a custom filter for the 240 rad fan ports.

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i think it came out great! =)

and that's it! =)
Edited by nicodemus - 1/25/12 at 6:29pm
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Looking awesome! thumb.gif
Subscribed for sure biggrin.gif
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Wow! This is a nice build log, dude. smile.gif I look forward to seeing it completed. smile.gif
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updated with GPU water block. i hope i never get used to the sight of such a svelte GPU! =)
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updated with tubing pics. it's coming together!
Edited by nicodemus - 1/10/12 at 7:45pm
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well, i've hit a big snag. =/

i started my leak testing today, and the pump wouldn't run. very frustrating to be so close to done and then hit a wall. you can read all about it here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1198309/mcp35x-wont-pump

anyway, after cleaning up a whole lot of coolant and banging my head against the wall, it looks like when the pump is secured to the pump top, the pump won't run. when loosened or unsecured it will run, but then it leaks into my case.

i'm in talks with Frozen CPU to see what we can do. =( what a sad way to halt this journey. everything was coming along so well, too.

i guess on the bright side, when i did manage to get some coolant flowing in the case, there were no others leaks found. just from the pump/top/res.

i'll update when i know more, but for now this is unfortunately on hold.

*edit* update and good news! it seems this is an issue with old pump tops for the FrozenQ fusion dual bay res. Alex has kindly agreed to ship me a newer, working top. =D huzzah!
Edited by nicodemus - 1/12/12 at 10:15am
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Subbed biggrin.gif Nice name by the way
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thanks for the support, guys! appreciate it! =D

here's hoping the pump top will come in quickly.
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I love the build man real nice. The only I would probably change would be shorten the tube going from the CPU to the pump. Or route the tube so it goes down the 1st hole where your hdd are at under the mb tray to the pump. This way itwould look really clean andsharp
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I love the build man real nice. The only I would probably change would be shorten the tube going from the CPU to the pump. Or route the tube so it goes down the 1st hole where your hdd are at under the mb tray to the pump. This way itwould look really clean andsharp

ok, i'll take that into consideration and look at it again. making that change would be easy for me, too, at this point, because the pump is currently not attached as i'm waiting for the replacement pump top. i was trying to leave myself a little slack, or wiggle room, in case i wanted to make changes or something went wrong. it did serve that purpose well, actually, when the pump wouldn't work and i needed to remove it, but i could stand to shorten it down a little. =)

i just saw your Black or White mod build, very sweet! =) great work!
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