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I think it will be easier to compare loop orders once I get everything in place, the plan was to run the long tube from pump>RAD behind the motherboard mounting plate if it would fit. I think it will be easier for me to consider dtrunk's and what others have suggested when I got all the parts in place and BEFORE I start cutting the tubing biggrin.gif.

It looks like I can go ahead and order because it seems like I didn't miss anything, at least nothing that somebody didn't already point out. thumb.gif

Thanks again everybody for helping me out.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by MADworld View Post

I think it will be easier to compare loop orders once I get everything in place, the plan was to run the long tube from pump>RAD behind the motherboard mounting plate if it would fit. I think it will be easier for me to consider dtrunk's and what others have suggested when I got all the parts in place and BEFORE I start cutting the tubing biggrin.gif.
It looks like I can go ahead and order because it seems like I didn't miss anything, at least nothing that somebody didn't already point out. thumb.gif
Thanks again everybody for helping me out.

It looks ok in my opinion, I'm eager to see how it goes for you. I will be doing the same thing pretty soon, the only difference would be that I'm opting for the XSCP X2O 750 Dual 5.25″ bay Reservoir Pump.
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post #23 of 24
You should be able to use that t-fitting without any issues, although I might be worried about how good of a seal it is making with the pump.

I would put the T at the lowest part. In your case, that would be the pump outlet. That way, it would be easier to drain most of the liquid, whereas if it was at the reservoir inlet, the liquid in the lower part would still be there.
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post #24 of 24
+1 for moving to a bay res/pump combo mainly because of your case. You have the mouting in the bottom of the case for a 240 rad so personally I wouldn't obstruct that with your res as much as I like using tube res'.
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