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post #21 of 32
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I gota ask, with all the room in the case, did you have to use 2 elbo fittings? And with 10+ feet of tube, lol. You gota be taking full advantage of that pumps head.

cool case, its like a mini fridge
I do not understand your question on the elbow fittings...please be a bit more specific here so that I can answer.

I was definitely pusshing the pump head when I primed the system. I also made a mistake when I plumbed it up though. I feed from the pump outlet to the bottom of the Radiator not the top so it had a hard time filling the Radiator...Once it was running it was OK though. I will plumb it the other way when I tear it down to install my 7950 blocks.....
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post #22 of 32
Are you running the water to the chipset and then the CPU? or the CPU and then to the chipset?


Seems counterproductive, either one is getting warm water, but you do appear to have good temps. Now, you are going to add a GPU waterblock to the same loop, or adding a new loop for the GPU alone?
post #23 of 32
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NB = 30C Idle, 33C Load
CPU = 33C Idle, 40C Load
Case temp = Cool
your NB temp is the same as mine, only im blowing air on it w/ 120mm fan
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post #24 of 32
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I do not understand your question on the elbow fittings...please be a bit more specific here so that I can answer.

I was definitely pusshing the pump head when I primed the system. I also made a mistake when I plumbed it up though. I feed from the pump outlet to the bottom of the Radiator not the top so it had a hard time filling the Radiator...Once it was running it was OK though. I will plumb it the other way when I tear it down to install my 7950 blocks.....
I'm talking about the only 2 "L" elbows in your loop.. Unless you got more than 2? You know, the ones going from your CPU block to the chipset block.. If your gona redo the loop i'd try to take out any elbows it will make the pump happyer.

I've attached a pic were I pointed them out
post #25 of 32
Elbows are one of those things you don't want to see but you want to use--I see why you used them too--I had to do pretty much the same thing with my WC rig. I mean otherwise you have a ridiculous loop of another foot of tubing--no other way to do it IMO.
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post #26 of 32
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Since it is 1/2" tubing with a MCP655....It doesn't seem to be effecting to much...The temps are more then acceptable right now....I will take them out when I get my 7950gx2 blocks.
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post #27 of 32
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Are you running the water to the chipset and then the CPU? or the CPU and then to the chipset?


Seems counterproductive, either one is getting warm water, but you do appear to have good temps. Now, you are going to add a GPU waterblock to the same loop, or adding a new loop for the GPU alone?
Water goes to the CPU first then the NB....Wanted the cool fluid to go to the most demanding source first.
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post #28 of 32
Just for general info, A friend of mine who has water cooled for a while says each 90 degree elbow is about like having another foot of tubing restriction...Just his opinion but he is pretty reliable about things like that..So with your big Laing pump it shouldn't have to much of a bad effect...
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post #29 of 32
mtuccio: see there ya go, lol.


So 2 elbows would be 2 feet of resistance. So adding a 1 foot loop instead of 2 elbows would be 1 less foot of resistance...

I dono take it for what its worth but your gona have to reroute it anyways with your gpu blocks. Looks cool though!
post #30 of 32
looks nice, but you have alot of excess tubing running through the case... and thoes 90º elbows are making me and baby jesus cry right now
    
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