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post #2011 of 2245
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

The way you had the cards hooked up is parallel and I may be wrong but don't think it would cause the flow to drop like it has??

Ha ha good morning Scott.

It was the CPU loop that had a flow drop to 1 liter. The GPU loop gives 5,5 liter "sounds better"
Tubbing already out the pedestel. This evening i am going to dril a bigger hole for the tubing.
Then it is back to the testing again "thouth of moving one res to the back if the situations stays this way".
post #2012 of 2245
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Yes i got it.

Modifications modifications,

When you start a build and dont now much about cables you just keep building on until you get at a point "he that hole is to smal".
It is not a big deal when you dont build custom. But i do so i had to take out the back fans and the acrylic cover to reach the holes with my machine.

Job don and ready for the cables to get their place.
I also changed out the XSPC bridges between the Titans.

Changed the just finished custom panel "yes that is gon\ another modification". And to see how far i can move the pomps to the left i put the black box back in. Now i now the distance i can drill two holes to mount the plate to the floor.

Have to find a good spot in the pedestel where al the wires from the two loops meet together on the NZXT usb hub.
Thats why i had to make bigger holes so the usb and aquabus and temp wires fit tru.




I change the two quick disconnects and also put a bitspower temp sensor in the pomp.



At a draining point left bottom gpu. Also used a few crystal links between the cards.







post #2013 of 2245
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part 2 of the fun.

Put tread in the acrylic plate under the pomps. And drild a few holes
Cros on the tape where the holes for the cables go.




I use a pipe cutter to mark a line in the tubes before i saw.



Made a connection from the front res to my pomps at the back.



More work for tommorow. Putting in a tempsensor.



Close up. Had to redo the tubing at the top now it is "in - out - in - out".




So it is 23:00 hour and the evening is gone.

Something els i want to talk about befor i close my buildlog.
The Aquabus cables if i want to daisy chain them i can make a few single ones and make a splitter under the black box. From there only one cable goos to each Aquero.

On Aquabus:
- 2 pomps and the res to high speed.
1 separate cable to flow port.

And the same for the other section.

Am i right!! rolleyes.gif
post #2014 of 2245
Sounds right to me, Henry.
post #2015 of 2245
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Pfff It looks like working.

I was trying to put back the tubing in the pedestel. That was no succes. So i decide to use the hoses i got.
Pannel connectors out and fill ports in. After a while al the connectings in the pedestel where made.
I was folowing the discusion on OCN about temp and flow sensors with the use from the Aquero 6. He i want that also "never thouth about it".
Still have a few so now find a good spot to put them.

The advantage of the use of these connectors is that you can connect several things in it. Chris was mailing me 2 days ago about having problems first to get the air out. Wit that in my head i thouth "i need a spot to realease the air" thats why these blocks com in handy.


I have a few different types of temp sensors. When i put the long sensor "Aquacomputer) on in the block it almost take half of the space. I solved this by using a filling ring and a 5mm extender this way the tip of the sensor just is at the edge inside the block and dont block the flow.

The middle one is from bitspower who i going to use in my pomp.
The top one is from Koollance.



Here you see that the sensor is almost as big as the block.



The tip of the sensor just toutches the ouside of the hole in the block.



Temp sensor is now ready to go in. Oeps first sleeving. "job don".



3mm ring with rubber o-ring "speacial for 1\4" connectors.



Al the tubing in the pedestel and at the back are made. band.gif



I want to see progress. So quick all the cables pushed inside and taking a picture.
Ha ha got the feeling i don nothing at all but that is not tru.




It is a long story why i use al these connectors But i think it is going to work.
In the right corner you see the sleeved temp sensors. I wil leed the up in the corner tru my new cable cover:
- sensor incoming temp
- flow guige
- sensor outgoing temp
So this loop is complete. "just testing "i hope".




Pomps looking better this way.

More tommorow. biggrin.gif


Edited by TATH - 4/10/14 at 3:53pm
post #2016 of 2245
O ring for 1/4 connectors? Is that one extra thick?

Forgot to tell you everything on Aquabus has to have a different address, starting with 50.....then 51, 52 etc.
post #2017 of 2245
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Need help.


Idont now what it is. Mounted it all up with hoses and still not running.

The GPU loop is running smootly with the two pomps on 75% 3788 rpm and a flow of 4,1 liter \ a minute. Completely silent . The shower effect is trowing bubles about 8 cm below the fluid surface.
I wait for my battery of the camera loaded up them i make a film to show you.

If i put the back pomps on it start pushing flow and the pomps the keep running but the flow is almost zero. Lifted the case a few times for air but no flow. when i shut down the pomps it seems like al the fluid is comming back to the reservoir (reverse).

Can not upload film on ocn so i put it on you tube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tGfIZpJkso&feature=youtu.be
post #2018 of 2245
So the back pumps aren't making any noise like they have air in the line? I just started my rig back up after draining it completely and my D5 pumps always make a lot of racket until most of the air is out.....plus in my rig they are hard to prime. Maybe you still have air in there....I don't know what the Aquacomputer pump housings are like but my Bitspower pumps have always been a little hard to prime.
post #2019 of 2245
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

So the back pumps aren't making any noise like they have air in the line? I just started my rig back up after draining it completely and my D5 pumps always make a lot of racket until most of the air is out.....plus in my rig they are hard to prime. Maybe you still have air in there....I don't know what the Aquacomputer pump housings are like but my Bitspower pumps have always been a little hard to prime.

Wel at the front the are running smoothly "the pomps running horizontal" and at the back vertical.It is like building up pressure but stuck. It is still early so i can try to change my cpu block. There are small things in it. Ill be back.
post #2020 of 2245
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It is saturday,

I am doing a extra shift at the firestation.

Order have been made for more connectors for the build. Also another botle of Mayhums UV- Blue . One loop "and 880 ml res" takes about 2,5 liter.
Yesterday evening i dismanteld the bottom pedestel and going back to hard tubing in stead of the tubing i placed in this week. I hope i can finish the tubing sunday and do som testing. If that works out then i can put the pedestel under my case again. Ha i lifted the top of yesterday that was no fun for my arms. I wil lift it with my sun next time.

Problem cpu loop.
The only posibility that there is dirt in the cpu block. I see a verry small dot in the bottom part. I have a new block. Have to dismantel al the mem blocks to get to the cpu block. But if that what it takes i wil do it.
With the story from Chris still in my mind i orderd a bitpower airrelease knob.

Learnd a lot form the problem and also see that planning is inportant.

I hope to speak to you all at sunday evening when i hopefully can say problem solved.
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