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post #251 of 782
Holy crap. 1. you're from Australia. 2. Your build is probably the best in AUS. Better than Maxishine's!
post #252 of 782
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Originally Posted by AlPh4Kil1 View Post

Holy crap. 1. you're from Australia. 2. Your build is probably the best in AUS. Better than Maxishine's!

Yeah man, Thats why I love this build so much.... Straya
post #253 of 782
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Originally Posted by AlPh4Kil1 View Post

Holy crap. 1. you're from Australia. 2. Your build is probably the best in AUS. Better than Maxishine's!

Thanks mate, glad you like it smile.gif

First of 4 Aqua Computer temp sensors is done,

1 will connect to each flow meter in the general area the flow is meter is mounted (1 per loop)

2 will connect directly to the Aquaero,

Aquabus will link them all up nicely.




post #254 of 782
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Originally Posted by soth View Post

First of the new cables,
This is the 8 pin motherboard cable, no heat shrink biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



I'm about half way through 2 of the PCI-Ex cables, and 75% done on the 24pin.
The colors are nice thumb.gif
post #255 of 782
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With today off work its time to sort out this pump placement,

Tools I'll be using today:

Hole punch, Digital vernier, level, square level + a drill



Firstly, we work out how far it is from each stand (and each screw)

The totals are 130mm between each stand, and 135mm between each hole.



The length of the stand is 58mm and width is 28mm. The widest point of the entire assembly is the pump covers (60mm)

Next using a square rule, we work out the optimal length from the front of the case for each

The reason I have the drive bays and motherboard tray in place still is to get an accurate idea of how much space needs to be left for tubing and cabling.

I worked out that the best placement for both sides is 270mm, the motherboard side was better at 260mm, the PSU side was better at 273mm.

260mm and 265mm did not leave enough room for Sata cabling so 270mm it is.

I realize some these shots don't have the level bubble straight, these are just photographs of the process. As the level sits about 5mm above the ruler. if I'm not holding it in place it doesn't sit level.

Motherboard side optimal 260mm



PSU Side optimal 273mm



Final measure up.



All that's left now is to remove other items form the case (motherboard, drive bays), tape and mark the area and use the hole punch to mark each hole.

Edit:

After another test fit using both sets of pumps at 270mm it just didn't work (not enough room for quick release between south bridge and pump).

I'm starting to think maybe using a mirror method for these pumps isn't going to work frown.gif

Back to the drawing board i guess.
Edited by soth - 11/29/12 at 4:59pm
post #256 of 782
Thread Starter 
Cabling for first drive bay.



post #257 of 782
You should do a video update soon, When you put the loop together.
post #258 of 782
Update with a video would be nice! biggrin.gif
post #259 of 782
I'm so jelly!

subbey dubbey!!
post #260 of 782
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I'd have to buy a new camera to make a decent video, my digital camera is a few years old now and cant even charge by usb... it has a battery you have to take out smile.gif

I'll see what I can do.... but no promises.

First bay finished, started work on cabling for second,




Going to try and approach the pump's again on the weekend from a different perspective, if it doesn't work I guess I'll have to give up on the symmetry idea.
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