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Wow, I missed 150 pages of updates?! And I hear your getting married?! nice! Congrats!

As for the blocks I posted a picture of the block updates via twitter. I figured I would start using that to post progress of stuff.
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But, but, not everyone doo's twitter.

 

doo's = does for those who don't get it

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While you have everything easily accessible, you should try having the res go into the direct inlet instead of the 90-degree inlet and see if you get any difference in flow.
It's certainly worth a try, that's how I run my dual D5's in my Switch rig. But I think that the difference will not be much, especially if a "hard" 90 is used at the inlet. Would love to be proven wrong, though.
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Originally Posted by Wibble360 View Post

Hey Chris, just wanted to say congrats on the engagement and thanks for such an entertaining and informative thread, it's a pleasure to read and I look forward to each update!
I've been lurking here for a while mainly checking up on this thread but had to make my first post after hearing the good news!
Also, I've got to say - monster build and I'm sure the benchmarks will be through the roof but...
In a build of this caliber??!! Please reconsider - these active Genelecs would absolutely cream the Creative speakers and you could add a high quality DAC into the build to make it even better - just a suggestion!

thanks Wibble! I'll give the speakers some consideration! I wasn't planning on anything too high dollar in the office, ...just because I have two other rooms with my nicer sound components. But...I'll take a look. Thanks again!


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I heard Corsair is going to release a AX750i and AX850i, will you upgrade to ether one when they come out?

I saw that. When I upgrade....I'll probably go 1200i though....unless something else comes out with more bells and whistles.


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While you have everything easily accessible, you should try having the res go into the direct inlet instead of the 90-degree inlet and see if you get any difference in flow.

Which inlet are you talking about? On the pump?


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Originally Posted by nateman_doo View Post

Wow, I missed 150 pages of updates?! And I hear your getting married?! nice! Congrats!
As for the blocks I posted a picture of the block updates via twitter. I figured I would start using that to post progress of stuff.

Thank you sir! Hope you are back safe and sound from last mission. I'll repost any good pics here in my thread. Don't think that will get anybody in trouble. For those that didn't know...Nateman ran into some OCN admin's who didn't like him having a thread selling his blocks, unless he was going to pay the 'artisan' fee to OCN. The fee was way too high for someone who just does small batches in their spare time...so OCN terminated the thread on the custom Asrock Extreme11 blocks. Nice, huh?


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But, but, not everyone doo's twitter.

doo's = does for those who don't get it

I doo. He doo. You should doo it to. thumb.gif
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Current status of Nateman_doo's blocks.




You can find him on Twitter if you want to see what he be doo'ing. Sorry. Can't stop.
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Current status of Nateman_doo's blocks.

You can find him on Twitter if you want to see what he be doo'ing. Sorry. Can't stop.

doo we have to keep doo'ing this?
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doo we have to keep doo'ing this?

Doo'd! Where's my car?!
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But, but, not everyone doo's twitter.

doo's = does for those who don't get it

I really am not a twitter person. I got it a while back when EVGA did a "thing" where if u followed them you would have won something. I didnt win, and once in a blue moon i post something. But just look for my screen name here. Im deathly afraid to post any links anymore.
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Which inlet are you talking about? On the pump?
On the pump top, you have two inlets. The inlet that looks to be in the middle of the opposite side of the motor is the actual inlet; the one on top (on the edge of top) is just routed to the actual inlet via a channel and 90-degree. It may or may not make much difference, but is worth a try in case you get an extra .2+ gpm from it.
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just read through the 42 pages of this build. It's all kinds of epic.
LOVE the work put on it and the perfectionism on every detail. I wish I had that kind of patience.
Subb'd and rep'd, cpachris, this is one of the builds that will certainly win the MOTM once done.
Keep up the amazing work and good luck.
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