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I wont be able to see it, even with plexi...the computer will in a cabinet under the kitchen bar...only one side will be visible... maybe a little bit of the front ...but definitely not the top.
[Edit] think you meant top part...bottom part is the pump.
Edited by Seanimus - 8/7/13 at 5:33pm
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I wont be able to see it, even with plexi...the computer will in a cabinet under the kitchen bar...only one side will be visible... maybe a little bit of the front ...but definitely not the top.
[Edit] think you meant top part...bottom part is the pump.

Ah, I was initially thinking of this part. Could you maybe add a extra res to it and have it feed into the res on the all in one? Or even just a piece of bend acrylic or something to act as a mini res/water level indicator.

 
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Ah, I was initially thinking of this part. Could you maybe add a extra res to it and have it feed into the res on the all in one? Or even just a piece of bend acrylic or something to act as a mini res/water level indicator.


did not see this construction befor. have to take a look at the aqua site
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you can get a clear cover for the res model, not sure on this one though
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Study all the options with Aquacomputer radiators at this link. It may decide how you build your next computer.
http://forum.aquacomputer.de/weitere-foren/english-forum/99639-new-radiators-airplex-modularity-system/

Waiting on response from AQ on that radiator, to see if USB will tell me the FillLevel. And if so, I will just have a graphical display of my reservoir on the desktop.
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Build Parts for son's build looks like below for now....
Still thinking of number of things.
Also have a lot of parts from previous build like SATA drives, Cable/sleeves/clips etc.

This time I am going to spread out the spend. Last time I bought all the parts; and had things like CPU and others just sit there for 1 year.


This cost is more than I originally thought of spending for my son's build. But the Case and Graphics card is driving it up.
The case not much of a choice -- in terms of reverse layouts.
The graphics card -- the cheaper one like 680 hydro copper is $100 cheaper.
Doing without built in water block and buying a separate water block will be another $100 cheaper (if going 670)....not even worth the saving.
Edited by Seanimus - 8/10/13 at 6:39am
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going to keep going here or start another thread?
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Start new thread I guess...wanted feed back on parts in this thread--since we have the crowd.
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Parts look good to me what memory are you going to use??
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The GeiL EVO from my existing build. Never used the 32GB...and its a waste in my computer unnecessarily occupying CPU Lanes and increasing the temperature. So 8-16GB from that.
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