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Durelene arrived, more pics after work.

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I've also ordered 500 x Genuine Molex ATX (Mini-Fit Jr. Series) Female Pins (39-00-0038) for the PSU cabling without heat shrink.

I don't suppose you could link those could you?
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I don't suppose you could link those could you?

I ordered these from a place called Mouser Electronics,

It was one of the few places I could find that would ship to AU at a reasonable price,

http://au.mouser.com/Search/ProductDetail.aspx?R=39-00-0038virtualkey53810000virtualkey538-39-00-0038
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Ahh cool! Seems quite expensive for postage, I just got a quote for 100 and it was 39$ postage.

I just had a look at RS components too

http://australia.rs-online.com/web/p/crimp-terminals/6706307/

Similar pricing, I've got one just down the road from me and they are pretty good order stuff in the next day from sydney if they don't have it
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My fingers hurt just looking at all those cables that you sleeved!!!! cryingsmiley.gif

This is one epic build. Can't wait to see it finished!!! coolsmiley02.gif
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Ahh cool! Seems quite expensive for postage, I just got a quote for 100 and it was 39$ postage.
I just had a look at RS components too
http://australia.rs-online.com/web/p/crimp-terminals/6706307/
Similar pricing, I've got one just down the road from me and they are pretty good order stuff in the next day from Sydney if they don't have it

Sorry I should have mentioned I contacted mouser via email and obtained a significantly better shipping quote, I was in a rush when i replied due to work.

I did up a quote a few minutes ago on rs-online and the amount I paid at mouser was $5 cheaper.

That being said I wasn't aware of rs-online being locally based, it may have arrived sooner, I'll bookmark it for next time smile.gif
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My fingers hurt just looking at all those cables that you sleeved!!!! cryingsmiley.gif
This is one epic build. Can't wait to see it finished!!! coolsmiley02.gif

Thanks for the subs smile.gif

I read a lot of remarks about Durelene tubing in the plasticizer thread suggesting it is yellow, or opaque. Perhaps this is the case when it contains fluids but personally I can't see the difference between Durelene and Tygon 3603 except that the 3603 bends much easier from the added plasticizer.

It's dusk here (hence the shadows), but even earlier with more light without picking up and feeling the softer tube Its hard to know the difference. I'm not a plastics expert, but having no plasticizer in my loop can only be a good thing.

If I get some time later I'll put some fluids and dyes in some for a better comparison.

P.S both are brand new samples that have been cleaned with distilled water and never used in a loop.

Pics of Durelene






Pics of 3603




Side by Side (3603 is left, Durelene is right)




Now on to something I'm really annoyed about.

I guess I should have known better than to think a $79USD pump/reservoir combo from XSPC was a good plan.

I found a bit of time and thought why not mock up the front panel and found this...



The reservoir is larger than the drive bay's its specifically made for. I thought perhaps mountain mods bays were smaller, but to my dismay the same is true for a HAF-X Case.

More Pics.




Now this may not bother some people but I want everything to be straight. So the way I see it I have a few options.

1) Changeover to 2 x Koolance RP-452X2 Rev.2.0
2) Changeover to 2 x Bitspower dual x d5 pump top and use 2 x EK CSQ Bay Spin reservoirs.
3) Changeover to 2 x EK dual d5 top and use 2 x EK CSQ Bay Spin reservoirs.
4) Try the 'Y' design of the Alphacool dual bay twin d5 reservoir. (Yeah that's not going to happen)
5) Attempt to shave the plexi from the sides of the XSPC and create a clear reservoir without a face plate (not ideal)
Edited by soth - 10/19/12 at 2:36am
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One thing I forgot to show you with the first Aquacomputer radiator is the modularity system.

All of Aquacomputer's rad's are shipped with stainless steel side panels.

However you can buy these in blue,black and red to suit your build.

You can also add pumps to the radiator and join multiple radiators together.

Pics of building the second radiator (Under the modular panels the fins on the radiator are bent in some places , this is from factory and not my carelessness)












This is the top panel for the case that this radiator will be attached to this weekend once it is cleaned and flushed.This radiator will only be pushed by 3 fans due to the clearance between the motherboard panel and the top of the case.


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Sucks about the bay res man. mellowsmiley.gif
Well, at least that rad is mega sexy, and the gelid fans look good set up and sleeved.
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2) Changeover to 2 x Bitspower dual x d5 pump top and use 2 x EK CSQ Bay Spin reservoirs.

^^ this!
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