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post #81 of 176
looks nice. get some sleeved cables for the GPUs and it will be beast biggrin.gif
post #82 of 176
Looks good thumb.gif I like how you used two different colors for the tubing..

One minor thing might make it look cleaner though IMHO...
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The tube coming out of the res and going into the top rad, it would look a little better if you could go behind the motherboard tray, if you can.

Similar to how I did it here.
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Edited by PCModderMike - 3/23/12 at 8:58am
post #83 of 176
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Looks good thumb.gif I like how you used two different colors for the tubing..
One minor thing might make it look cleaner though IMHO...
450
The tube coming out of the res and going into the top rad, it would look a little better if you could go behind the motherboard tray, if you can.
Similar to how I did it here.
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Might look into that. I kind of liked the way it looks though. Plus, with all the wires behind the tray, there is not much room. But, I am open to all ideas. Want to install a t line this weekend. Where would be a good place?
post #84 of 176
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looks nice. get some sleeved cables for the GPUs and it will be beast biggrin.gif

What color you think. I am leaning towards a red for one card and white for the other...
post #85 of 176
amazing build!!

I was thinking about the loop that you have, and was thinking' what if you had it set up like this?: resi-240rad-video cards-360rad-cpu- back to resi? I know it would kind of mess up your color scheme you got going on, but it seems like your transferring the heat from the cards to the cpu and then cooling off the water twice for the cards again... I dont know, it was just a thought.

the colors are legit though. I really dig it.
post #86 of 176
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amazing build!!
I was thinking about the loop that you have, and was thinking' what if you had it set up like this?: resi-240rad-video cards-360rad-cpu- back to resi? I know it would kind of mess up your color scheme you got going on, but it seems like your transferring the heat from the cards to the cpu and then cooling off the water twice for the cards again... I dont know, it was just a thought.
the colors are legit though. I really dig it.

It is going from the res/pump to the 360 >>cpu>>gpu1>>gpu2>>240rad>>res/pump. As long as the water is taking the heat away from the components and getting cooled beofre the loop starts over again it is okay. Temps seem alright.
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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

Looks good thumb.gif I like how you used two different colors for the tubing..
One minor thing might make it look cleaner though IMHO...
450
The tube coming out of the res and going into the top rad, it would look a little better if you could go behind the motherboard tray, if you can.
Similar to how I did it here.
700

I agree. The build in general looks really good. But I would take the tube going from your pump/res to the rad., and route it in the back.
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There is enough room in the back and you can add anti-kink coil or just zip tie it in place. You would have to give the tubes enough slack so they do not kink.
But then again, that's just my opinion, the build looks good either way. thumb.gif
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post #88 of 176
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That does look clean. Perhaps I will give it a try.
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It is going from the res/pump to the 360 >>cpu>>gpu1>>gpu2>>240rad>>res/pump. As long as the water is taking the heat away from the components and getting cooled beofre the loop starts over again it is okay. Temps seem alright.

ohhhhh okay I see, its going the other way. I had it backwards. hahah
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ohhhhh okay I see, its going the other way. I had it backwards. hahah

Yeah, I am not sure that it will really matter though.
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