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Looks great bart and I am jealous. Glad to see you felling better and getting it going!! At that temp the only thing you can do is game or play with the female species of human!! I prefer computers my self!!!!biggrin.gif
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Jeebus ! I did convert online, -27c is -16f and -41c is -42f !!

correction
-27C = -81F
-41C = -110F


my bad, I was the one mistaken. lol
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Looks great bart and I am jealous. Glad to see you felling better and getting it going!! At that temp the only thing you can do is game or play with the female species of human!! I prefer computers my self!!!!biggrin.gif
Me too, they're easier on the head. biggrin.gif I'm just glad I can finally game again, even though I have nothing to play. I *was* playing Tomb Raider, but I wasn't really impressed. I might pick up Assassins Creed: Black Flag, as I've heard good things about it. I much prefer "open world" games like Fallout 3 or Skyrim, and Black Flag is open world from what I hear. I just need to update my 7950 drivers to the latest betas from AMD. Looking good so far though. I managed to patch the leaks I have, and the micro bubbles are working their way out, slowly but surely. Flow rate seems good (3.1 LPH with both D5s, 2.0 LPH with only one), water temp is good, etc. I'm a happy camper, FINALLY. Bloody thing is noisier than heck when I crank up the fans though. smile.gif
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for the leak use a new o ring.

And for the top hand tide. does it have a o-ring to.

If i where you dont fill the res to much ( leave room for the pressure).

Up and running great. I need to get som connectors to finish my loops. And then the wiring of the psu.
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Me too, they're easier on the head. biggrin.gif I'm just glad I can finally game again, even though I have nothing to play. I *was* playing Tomb Raider, but I wasn't really impressed. I might pick up Assassins Creed: Black Flag, as I've heard good things about it. I much prefer "open world" games like Fallout 3 or Skyrim, and Black Flag is open world from what I hear. I just need to update my 7950 drivers to the latest betas from AMD. Looking good so far though. I managed to patch the leaks I have, and the micro bubbles are working their way out, slowly but surely. Flow rate seems good (3.1 LPH with both D5s, 2.0 LPH with only one), water temp is good, etc. I'm a happy camper, FINALLY. Bloody thing is noisier than heck when I crank up the fans though. smile.gif
3.1LPH is nothing, am I right? Do you mean 3.1gpm perhaps (too much)?
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yeah, i would turn the pumps down. i would definitely rather push 2gpm instead of over 3gpm.
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3.1LPH is nothing, am I right? Do you mean 3.1gpm perhaps (too much)?

3.1 LPM is more likely, which is just under 1 GPM. With the two GPU's in series this sounds about right, even with dualD5's at max speed.
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3.1LPH is nothing, am I right? Do you mean 3.1gpm perhaps (too much)?
DOH! That's a typo. It's 3.1 LPM
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3.1 LPM is more likely, which is just under 1 GPM. With the two GPU's in series this sounds about right, even with dualD5's at max speed.
Correct! Also consider that I have 2 pairs of QDCs in the loop, plus the C-shaped tube connecting the GPUs.

The system seems to be running fine. I've plugged the res leaks, and the air bubbles have worked their way out of the system for the most part. So I'll leave the D5s at max speed. One of them is semi-broken, and I can't adjust the speed since I broke the adjustment shaft thingy. But I have a kill switch for each pump, so I can simply shut one off if I like.
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for the leak use a new o ring.

And for the top hand tide. does it have a o-ring to.

If i where you dont fill the res to much ( leave room for the pressure).

Up and running great. I need to get som connectors to finish my loops. And then the wiring of the psu.
The Bitspower res is screwed on, so no o-rings where it leaks. I got them plugged though, with scotch tape. smile.gif
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The Bitspower res is screwed on, so no o-rings where it leaks. I got them plugged though, with scotch tape. smile.gif
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The Bitspower res is screwed on, so no o-rings where it leaks. I got them plugged though, with scotch tape. smile.gif

He Bart i was looking at the Bitpowersite the have a o-ring. Look for yourself

http://www.bitspower.com.tw/thumb/BP-D5TOPUK150AC-CLCL--600X400-4.jpg

ha ha (you dont see me smile) the bottom have a 0-ring also. Dont tiden the bottom scews to hard (but you already now that.


Just went back to my storage of spare parts. Both the 150 ml res and the upgrade kit (BITSPOWER) have O-RINGS 2.
I hope you still have the manual.

YOU NEED O-RINGS mad.gifrolleyes.gifbiggrin.gifthumb.gif
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