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Weekend TJ07 Loop Tune-Up

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This weekend I plan on tuning up my loop adding some new 45 degree angle fittings and replacing all of my fans in my system with some Gentle Typhoon AP-14s. Just wanted to get some ideas from the members of OCN on any changes I should make to my loop or anything else.

Currently I have my loop setup Res/Pump(MCP655)->Radiator(RX480)->GPU(EK5970)->CPU(EK Supreme HF Rev 3.0)->Res

Here is a photo of my setup, I will try and upload some more pictures tomorrow on my day off.

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I plan on installing two of the 4 45 degree angle rotaries on my GPU to make the line from the bottom of my case look cleaner and to lessen the bend going from the GPU to CPU. One more of the 45s will be on the CPU on the intake which comes from the GPU and then I plan on placing another of the 45s on my rad to make the bend from the pump a little cleaner, will post a pic of the bottom section of my TJ07 tomorrow.

As far as the rad mounted typhoons go would pulling the air through them from inside my case as a exhaust be better then having them intake cool outside air?

Thanks
Specops53
post #2 of 5
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Today I will be starting my weekend tune up of my TJ07 water loop.

I now have all the fittings that I need 5 45 degree rotaries, and one 90 degree rotary. Also all the fans in my build will be replaced with gentle typhoon ap-13s.

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Here is the messiest part of my build the back side of the radiator.

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I will be monitoring this thread all day looking for any recommendations the OCN team might have.

Thanks

Specops53
post #3 of 5
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Time for a lunch break, I have the TJ07 Disassembled and have installed the new fittings on the rad. I have run into a few small bumps along the way. One thing that I have found to be annoying about the D5 XSPC res is its mounting system the screw standoffs easily pull out of the rubber cup that holds them. Off to by some crazy glue to glue them into place.

Here is a photo of the rad with the new fittings on it.

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post #4 of 5
a TJ07 is soo tempting me even tho i only just watercooled my 650d like a month ago... i want more rad!!
post #5 of 5
What size fittings/Tubing are they?
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AOC Maybe 34UM95-P? Logitech Wireless Keyboard EVGA SuperNOVA 850W Gold G2 /w EVGA Black Sleeving 
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