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C'mon man, don't quote all those pictures. Especially when they are in the post directly above yours. Use spoiler tags

This for sure. But yeah I love my monsoon fittings. They are the only thing holding me back from going all copper. That and all the work it takes lol. Great update there Seanimus. Can we get a shot of the full case. So we, or at least I, can get a good idea on the tubing routing you are planning.
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Marodox, be a nice guy and edit your post and delete all my images..or a forum moderator...that is huge number of pictures duplicated...thanks.

Edit: thanks alancsalt for fixing
Edited by Seanimus - 12/31/12 at 1:22pm
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This for sure. But yeah I love my monsoon fittings. They are the only thing holding me back from going all copper. That and all the work it takes lol. Great update there Seanimus. Can we get a shot of the full case. So we, or at least I, can get a good idea on the tubing routing you are planning.
Yea I can try to take a shot..but will be quite difficult to get the "full picture" as it is divided into compartments/sections.

For GPU:
Reservoir (with fill port above which I can fill from middle compartment), Pump Adaptor below.
Pump adaptor Out to Slightbox with Monsoon.
Slightbox has Bulk head with Monsoon to Radiator In.
Radiator Out 1 under the case with BitsPower drain valve.
Radiator Out 2 goes to Slightbox Bulk head on right.
Slightbox has G1/4 adaptor to AQ flow Meter
AQ Flow Meter for GPU to 690 with probably Black Monsoon Fittings.
GPU to Pump Adaptor In

For CPU:
Reservoir (with fill port above which I can fill from top compartment), Pump Adaptor below.
Pump adaptor Out to Slightbox with Monsoon.
Slightbox has Bulk head with Direct Fittings to Radiator In.
Radiator Out 1 under the case with BitsPower drain valve.
Radiator Out 2 goes to Slightbox Bulk head on right.
Slightbox has G1/4 adaptor to AQ flow Meter
AQ Flow Meter to CPU with Fittings only (no Monsoon)
CPU to Pump Adaptor In
.
Edit: Changes in Fittings in Italics for the 2 loops. So in total GPU loop has 10 Monsoon Fittings. CPU loop has 6 Monsoon Fittings (lesser due to direct Bitspower fittings). Thats the biggest difference
Edited by Seanimus - 12/31/12 at 11:33am
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Just got these to finish the CPU loop ..whenever package from FrozenCPU arrives//

2xBitspower G1/4" Matte Black Rotary 45 Degree G1/4" Adapter (BP-MB45R)
4xBitspower G1/4 Male to Female Extender - 25mm - Matte Black (BP-MBWP-C62)
2xBitspower G1/4 Male to Female Extender - 20mm - Matte Black (BP-MBWP-C61)
2xBitspower G 1/4" Fitting Spacer - Matte Black (BP-MBWP-C25)
4x Bitspower G1/4" White Rotary 90° G1/4" Adapter (BP-DW90R)
1xIndustrial High-Speed Steel British Standard Thread Tap - 1/4"-19 BSPP
2xBitspower Deep Bold Red O-Ring - (10 Pack) (BP-WTP-010-DRD)

Probably missing something, should check loop again
EDIT: got these as well to connect to female part of extender
4xBitspower Mini Dual G1/4" Male / Male Low Profile Fitting - Matte Black (BP-MBWP-C42)
2xBitspower G 1/4 Matte Black Male to Male Rotary Extender (BP-MBRG)

Have no idea on how I will do fixed fittings when FlowMeter and CPU are fixed...probably need one side to be moveable to get it going...haha..my first time with liquid cooling system
Edited by Seanimus - 12/31/12 at 12:18pm
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That's good that you got the wife that cashmere - 100% - sweater.

That's bad that you draped it over the CL case. But totally OCN thumb.gif


Bloomingdales ... drool.gif o to be in the NYC area smile.gif
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Marodox, be a nice guy and edit your post and delete all my images..or a forum moderator...that is huge number of pictures duplicated...thanks.
Edit: thanks alancsalt for fixing
Sorry guys, did this on my phone and forgot to remove the pics.
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Amazing build i am enjoying watching so much and have learned so much from you. I cant wait to start my own..
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That's good that you got the wife that cashmere - 100% - sweater.
That's bad that you draped it over the CL case. But totally OCN thumb.gif
Bloomingdales ... drool.gif o to be in the NYC area smile.gif
Its a scarf..hah...yeah wife still not happy, asking where I left the bloomingdales top cover..fell over, and found it earlier this evening.
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C'mon man, don't quote all those pictures. Especially when they are in the post directly above yours. Use spoiler tags
Thanks for pointing that out. Didn't know what was going at first, when I was scrollign down fast...smile.gif
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Sorry guys, did this on my phone and forgot to remove the pics.
Well luckily AlanCSalt fixed it...no worries.
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Amazing build i am enjoying watching so much and have learned so much from you. I cant wait to start my own..
Thanks.
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This for sure. But yeah I love my monsoon fittings. They are the only thing holding me back from going all copper. That and all the work it takes lol. Great update there Seanimus. Can we get a shot of the full case. So we, or at least I, can get a good idea on the tubing routing you are planning.
Here is one shot of the GPU loop in the middle compartment:


Here's the bottom drain port Bitspower drain valve:


From post #243:
Each unit here is 3 pieces: 90 degree , adaptor and ball valve:

With bottom plate on:
This is normal mode:

And this would be when I want to flush the sysem :


Put temporary wood frame here...because from now on if I have to work on bottom compartment, I have to lay this huge beast down and remove bottom plate and work there for tubing:


Probably going to replace the whole thing with 2x4 because I cannot hit the drain ports while making it lie down...otherwise I might damage the AMS420 radiator out port

Went to dissamble the whole thing..first problem..
Right Flow meter hits the Memory chip while removing...so another reason to move it..


Here is a shot of the bulk head with G1/4 male to male adaptor. The right one needs to move the X mark. the left one like 0.5 " back.


Question on Monsoon Fittings...Do I need to put that white rubber ring in picture, where the Tygon tubing goes in?


This is the underside of the SLightBox (for new guys reading post...this is a dry run and this is prototype)


I should have cut out the entire MDF where the bulk heads go...The MDF got into the grooves of the Bitspower Bulk head..and has locked it down pretty tight.
Had to put WD40 and use this new tool...grip has to be firm and not loose...if it slips you will probably get the paint on Bitspower out.


After removing you can see the MDF wood dirt...have to dip these bulk head fittings in soap water and wash it out..


Ordered this part from Frozen CPU. To eventually thread the Acrylic, for now Aluminium.


In the mean time I am going to make new holes for the Flow Meter..
This time drill out the entire MDF until aluminium sheet.

And do a second run tomorrow.
Also I am having second thoughts on doing all Fittings between Flow Meter CPU to CPU In. May just go with 2 Monsoon and a 45.
Which means I have to return all the extra parts I ordered..
Edited by Seanimus - 12/31/12 at 7:33pm
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Is it an extra o-ring? The only o-ring I know of on the Monsoon fittings goes in the groove in the bottom and I have found putting some tape in the teeth of the pliers helps to avoid scraping paint off painted fasteners smile.gif
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Is it an extra o-ring? The only o-ring I know of on the Monsoon fittings goes in the groove in the bottom and I have found putting some tape in the teeth of the pliers helps to avoid scraping paint off painted fasteners smile.gif
Thanks the white o-ring (in my case) is extra. The black o-ring on other side is all I need.
The electrical tape in pliers is good...was just too lazy to go back into the house and search.
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