Originally Posted by GaMbi2004
ress->pump(in the basement)->240->CPU->120->GPU->back to ress
Come on ;D they are not that long.. ok two of them are (240->CPU and GPU->ress) but having those long, will allow me to have the rest really shot
flow seams good
I AM thinking about getting some angle fittings for some of the components.. that would bring down the length of some of the tubes.
yea, they don't kink easy, or tough I had a sharp bend from ress to pump that kinked on me
fixed easy with a bit shorter tube / softer bend
but then again, I havent tried any other tubes.
suggesting another loop?
*edit* oh, you mean that they DO kink easy when bend?
Mine doesn't.. one of the main reasons I chose them.
First off, sorry for the late reply, work has been busy
I've just mounted my Pump in the basement, basically the same location as yours (those pumps are so damn big, that's the only feasible location), although I am mounting my Res on the door, as some other members have posted in the past. My loop will be Res>Pump>240>680SLI>120>CPU>Res. I don't like the length between the CPU and Res, I might switch it up, but in my brain that order makes the most sense. I have heard many times that loop orders do not matter, but I can't help but to test it myself. Ideally, for the least amount of tubing, I should have bought one of those X-Flow Slim Radiators for the front. One port on each side of the Rad makes life so much easier in this case.
But yes, angled fittings saved my life. All of mine were BitsPower, and I had purchased 10 regular, x4 45's and x2 90's, which seems to be just the right amount. A few more 45's wouldn't hurt, though
I'll post some pics when I have everything put together, should be Monday. Still waiting on my damn EK SLI Water Bridge.