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Anyways, I guess I continue doing leak test and see what ideal I can come up with to sell a full water cooled system local, so I can grab a nice full size tower.



As you can see this case is just to small and everything seems so crammed.


Edited by ITAngel - 9/5/12 at 9:10pm
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They used stock voltage for 4.4ghz
what about cooling the 1366 platform or socket 2011 platform and overclocking that requires more volts to oc than the 2600k

Everybody knows or should know the 2600k consume less watt than the platforms I listed above.
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My leak test is usually the time it takes to fill and bleed my system, but I do use compression fittings, which almost guarantee no leaks.
    
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My leak test is usually the time it takes to fill and bleed my system, but I do use compression fittings, which almost guarantee no leaks.

Can you link compression fittings? I have an idea, I might use it to cool down the GPU instead, and put the CM Hyper 212 Plus on the CPU again with faster 120mm fans http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835706015 XD.
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Can you link compression fittings? I have an idea, I might use it to cool down the GPU instead, and put the CM Hyper 212 Plus on the CPU again with faster 120mm fans http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835706015 XD.
Just get compression fittings that match your id and od of your tubing
xspc,enzotech,bitspower are some manufactures that make them
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Just get compression fittings that match your id and od of your tubing
xspc,enzotech,bitspower are some manufactures that make them

Ic, Well the tube is 3/8" so what I found on the book was ID 9.5mm(3/8")UV sensitive Water Tube 400cm x1. What does the 9.5mm means? Is it length?
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I normally run it for 2-3hrs and check for leaks and then power the whole thing up after than, run some prime95 overnight not just for temp recording but to heat up the tubing as well and then tighten up the compression fittings again, coz once you run the system at full load the heat will soften the tubing a bit making it more flexible and if you are using compression fittings, when you first put it all together and you think you have tightened your compression fittings to its tightest fit, once you run it at full load overnight you would be able to twist it 1-2times more. and then after a week you will prolly be able to twist it once or twice and I would stop at that coz if you go any further you might just end up cutting the tube altogether. xD
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Hi guy's.
I've never watercooled a pc (H100 on the way),
But when you do leakage testing...
None of you would turn their PC upside-down(motherboard highpoint).
So when it leaks , the fluid goes away from the mobo and/or will be at the fittings lowest point.
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I ran my leak test full max setting for 10 hours. Going to leave the system off for 3-4 hours and check for leaks. I really don't think is going to leak at this point.
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