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Alright now Chris, you pickin on us engineers? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmYDgncMhXw
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmYDgncMhXw

LOL! That is too funny. I am going to share it with my colleagues at work! biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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BITSPOWER white fittings will go perfectly with the next build that I am presently designing. I am going with a black and white theme and I truly believe that they will give the build a prestigious look. Please consider making them as many of us think that they will become a hot seller.

Thank you for your time.

Quest99
M5studios@hotmail.com


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Originally Posted by TPE-331 View Post

Alright now Chris, you pickin on us engineers? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Electrocutor View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmYDgncMhXw

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Originally Posted by TPE-331 View Post

LOL! That is too funny. I am going to share it with my colleagues at work! biggrin.gifthumb.gif


"Will he lead a normal life? No. He'll be an engineer."

Electrocutor.....this is too funny! Everyone must watch through to the end of the video. TPE-331.....My brother is a mechanical engineer, so that gives me a license to poke fun. smile.gif
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BITSPOWER white fittings will go perfectly with the next build that I am presently designing. I am going with a black and white theme and I truly believe that they will give the build a prestigious look. Please consider making them as many of us think that they will become a hot seller.
Thank you for your time.
Quest99
M5studios@hotmail.com
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Quest....this is an awesome picture. I simply must learn how to do this. Was this also Sketchup?
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Maybe you could get them to send you the fittings in pieces. Powdercoat them and then assemble after they have been baked.
Unless of course the roataries need some special tools for assembly.
Isn't there another manufacturer (Enzo Tech??, Not sure if that is the correct one) that makes fittings that look similar to the BitsPower ones? Have you tried asking them?

Hey asg. After seeing the pictures that Axis took....it doesn't look like reassembly of the rotary fittings is something I want to be doing. I've played on the Enzo Tech site, and they have a lot of choices if you want to use barbs...but a much more limited collection of rotary angles and extenders. I'd much prefer a large Bitspower collection if possible. Lets see if they come through.
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If you read my build log flow concept so far, you'll see that I am planning to use multiple G1/4" connections on the same radiator and 1/2" ID Y's in order to try to maintain unrestricted flow. The key is to use the 1/2" ID T's and Y's before going through multiple G1/4" places; that includes the rads, some of the water blocks, and other things. In your case, you will have 2 RAM blocks, 4 GPU blocks, 1 CPU block, 2 motherboard blocks, and an Aquero block. You would want to force full pump pressure through the CPU block, but I would bet you can get much better flow rate if after it you ran through RAM, motherboard, and Aquero blocks in parallel to some extent. If it were me, I would also run through your GPUs in 2x2 parallel/serial. You had said that the water loop I proposed for my build log was pretty complicated, but if you're game, I can tinker with running some numbers and try to come up with an optimized design for having so many more blocks for you if you wish: would just need a complete list of WC components (including not listed ones, like tube length, 90's, 45's, qdc's etc) and any predefined requirements. The HL SR-1 rads only have a single set of G1/4" connectors, so there will still be some restrictions aside from the cpu, and the AC AMS rads have multiple albeit much more restricted flow rates; but who doesn't like a challenge.
I do have a concern that your stated two D5's, even at full setting 5 won't be enough to get through all the pressure drops and still have good enough flow rates, but I can play around with numbers and placement to see if it can be done if you like.

Electrocutor....actually, I'd be quite interested in seeing your mock-up of an extreme loop for my build. I'm intrigued by the Y-Block concept. If you have some time to design, take a shot at it. I don't yet know the actual blocks I'll be using though, although I'll lean towards less restrictive blocks. I fear there won't be anything out for the Asrock Extreme 11 quickly, so may not have board blocks....and I haven't decided on whether I'll use memory blocks (leaning this way though).

Do that thing you do!
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Quest....this is an awesome picture. I simply must learn how to do this. Was this also Sketchup?

Thank you Chris!

Yes sir, along with 6 hours of rendering on Kerkythea. thumb.gif
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