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post #181 of 404
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I know the Bitfenix Recon (internet connected) fan controller, has a USB cable that plugs onto the USB header, and you can at-least view your RPMs, Temps from anywhere in the world including your smart phone (browser based so no app needed).

Ohhh, thanks, I'll have to look into that one.
post #182 of 404
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Well, I hooked everything up tubing wise and fired it up. I'm going to run the pumps and Monsta 360 for about 24 hours non-stop to make sure there is no leaks in the main part of the pedestal. So far, everything is working great. I'm trying to bleed the micro air bubbles out of the loop so it quiets down. But man, with 2 D5 pump, this thing has MASSIVE amounts of flow!
post #183 of 404
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Well, I hooked everything up tubing wise and fired it up. I'm going to run the pumps and Monsta 360 for about 24 hours non-stop to make sure there is no leaks in the main part of the pedestal. So far, everything is working great. I'm trying to bleed the micro air bubbles out of the loop so it quiets down. But man, with 2 D5 pump, this thing has MASSIVE amounts of flow! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Those monstas take a good while to bleed. I love the performance on mine so far, OCed my 690 to +400, and the temps did not go above 34C (While folding for over 3 hours), with ambient at around 22.
post #184 of 404
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Those monstas take a good while to bleed. I love the performance on mine so far, OCed my 690 to +400, and the temps did not go above 34C (While folding for over 3 hours), with ambient at around 22.

So I've noticed. Usually after about 15 minutes my D5 bay res on an RS360 fully bleeds, and my other rigs on RX360's only take a little longer.

This one has been going for like 45 minutes now, and I've moved it to every angle I could, turned off one pump them then other to try to reduce turbulence, etc ... and while it is "quieter" and smaller bubbles are there, it's still pretty full of air. Good news is, no leaks so far. I guess I'll let it just run while I play some games. biggrin.gif
post #185 of 404
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So I've noticed. Usually after about 15 minutes my D5 bay res on an RS360 fully bleeds, and my other rigs on RX360's only take a little longer.
This one has been going for like 45 minutes now, and I've moved it to every angle I could, turned off one pump them then other to try to reduce turbulence, etc ... and while it is "quieter" and smaller bubbles are there, it's still pretty full of air. Good news is, no leaks so far. I guess I'll let it just run while I play some games. biggrin.gif

I put a bits power 90 degree fitting on the bleed screw, and then the copper G1/4 screws on the back of the rad (the rad has a bunny tail) and I would unscrew that a lil to vent out the air. I used a rag to contain the lil water trying to escape, and I also used that to fill my loop.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Cant wait for you to hook that up with the case and look at how the tower looks like.
post #186 of 404
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I put a bits power 90 degree fitting on the bleed screw, and then the copper G1/4 screws on the back of the rad (the rad has a bunny tail) and I would unscrew that a lil to vent out the air. I used a rag to contain the lil water trying to escape, and I also used that to fill my loop. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Cant wait for you to hook that up with the case and look at how the tower looks like.

Me either. biggrin.gif

Most likely I'll have it hooked up this weekend.
post #187 of 404
amazing so far cant wait to see more
post #188 of 404
Great Job on the Sleeving! cheers.gif Looks like your Having fun with this one.. smile.gif
post #189 of 404
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No work tonight, got too many other things pressing on my time tonight, but I guess I will ask what you guys think which way would be better for my loop order.

Pumps/Res --> Monsta 360 --> GTX 580 ==> GTX 580 --> RX360 --> Raystorm CPU block --> Pumps/Res

-OR-

Pumps/Res --> Monsta 360 --> Raystorm CPU block --> RX360 --> GTX 580 ==> GTX 580 --> Pumps/Res

I know it shouldn't matter TOO much. Just debating who would get the best benefit for the Monsta the most, the GPU's or the CPU.

Thoughts?
post #190 of 404
The GPUs should get the Monsta.. just my 2cents.gif
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