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I AM PULLING MY HAIR OUT but I have great help here and the money so why not.

LOL don't do that, it hurts.

Hopfully it does help. biggest concern that should be done i feel is that

INTERNAL ONLY AND DRAIN VALVE

the rest can easily be played with in time. but without a drain valve it makes a loop so hard to change, and without it being internal the loop has a high chance of leaking.
I will be internal only for sure I DECIDED THIS PC WILL NOT BE MOVED
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Okay how does this look complete I hope.http://order.store.yahoo.net/sidewindercomputers/cgi-bin/wg-order?sidewindercomputers
Do you have thermal paste already? How about kill coil / biocide?
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Kill coil, is essential a silver soil you put in the loop, usually res to attract bad stuff.

also it apears you have 2 spare compression fittings as the 90degree fittings have compression fittings on them already.

also i still suggest a drain valve. for when you want to move change your loop adding the gpu block. other than that it looks great, of course aside from not having coolant.
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Okay how does this look complete I hope.http://order.store.yahoo.net/sidewindercomputers/cgi-bin/wg-order?sidewindercomputers
Do you have thermal paste already? How about kill coil / biocide?
Thermal paste check ARTIC SILVER 4 i think. Biocide negative . Kill coil negative I WILL ADD THESE THANKS
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Kill coil, is essential a silver soil you put in the loop, usually res to attract bad stuff.

also it apears you have 2 spare compression fittings as the 90degree fittings have compression fittings on them already.

also i still suggest a drain valve. for when you want to move change your loop adding the gpu block. other than that it looks great, of course aside from not having coolant.
I am trying to figure out what to do about the coolant I need to make orange liquid by either dye or uv. The drain has me puzzled not really sure what to order there or I should say the best way to go about it..
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for the t block you need something like this as it is out of stock atm on that website. but there are lots of possibilities.
- http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bimabltbp.html

for the ball valve go with this
- http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bisishmivawi1.html

i had a black version of this
- http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bishsimatoma1.html
but the website only gives the next length up in black via
- http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bimablmatoma.html

a plug might not be a bad idea
- http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bimablg1stfi.html
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Well its all ordered now just waiting for shipping. Thanks for all the help I really would not of got this far without you guys. Well I may have but I would of had 300.00 dollars in fitings that would not match of and warter leaking all over:weirdsmil. I will be doing a build log soon time willing from start to finish with pics of this Newbs PROGRESSION I am sure there will be some mistakes made and some laughter.I am quite green so sit back and enjoy the show that follows..
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Chad, I hope you get your parts before I do. That way, I can learn from all YOUR mistakes and save myself some headaches!! tongue.gif I plan to screw mine up too. I just hope the screw up isn't leak related!! Have you considered buying a power supply tester thingy so you can power up the loop outside the PC to test for leaks? I put one of those on my order (less than $20). Sounds like a handy little thing to have in the "nerd toolbox". smile.gif
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Chad, I hope you get your parts before I do. That way, I can learn from all YOUR mistakes and save myself some headaches!! tongue.gif I plan to screw mine up too. I just hope the screw up isn't leak related!! Have you considered buying a power supply tester thingy so you can power up the loop outside the PC to test for leaks? I put one of those on my order (less than $20). Sounds like a handy little thing to have in the "nerd toolbox". smile.gif
No need to buy something to jump start a PSU. Just take a piece of wire and jump it between the green wire and any of the black wires. I have an old PSU I ripped out of an old Dell that sits around permanently jumped in that manner just for bleeding and leak testing
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No need to buy something to jump start a PSU. Just take a piece of wire and jump it between the green wire and any of the black wires. I have an old PSU I ripped out of an old Dell that sits around permanently jumped in that manner just for bleeding and leak testing
I know, but I HATE the idea of jump-staring a power supply. I know lots of people do it without issue, but it just feels WRONG to me. I'd rather spend $15 on the gizmo and another $3 for a manual switch. Just personal perference know. I'm a bit O.C.D./A.D.D. when it comes to electrical, plus I'm clumsy so I could easily fry myself or the P.S. biggrin.gif
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