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Looks great!! Can't wait to see the loop filled with coolant wink.gif Thank you for the advice too. Slow and steady is obviously the key to making this work. May I know what fittings you are using? I've seen someone else using the Bitspower C47 fittings. I've yet to purchase any so want to make sure I get the right stuff!
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Looks great!! Can't wait to see the loop filled with coolant wink.gif Thank you for the advice too. Slow and steady is obviously the key to making this work. May I know what fittings you are using? I've seen someone else using the Bitspower C47 fittings. I've yet to purchase any so want to make sure I get the right stuff!

Bitspower have 2 fittings for this size tube. Both usually being used for their crystal links for SLI. One has 2 rubber o rings in it and the second one is thinner and only has one.
 
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I guess my only questions is..how is the power connections going to work on the bottom g card with that tube there?
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I guess my only questions is..how is the power connections going to work on the bottom g card with that tube there?

Well I am using the single o ring for that reason. There is room between the tubing and the gfx card for the connectors and because of the small fitiing it should not be in the way.
 
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This looks awasome! Really well done and attention to detail, really looking forward of some good shots of the acrylic tubing with fluid, and also your cable management, especially on the back of the mobo tray! With your attention to detail, I bet that it will look great on both sides! smile.gif

One question though, I have been thinking of doing an acrylic backplate for my 780, but I dont know if the acrylic can take the heat from the GPU, what have you done to avoid that, or do you know it would be a problem on the back of the GPU? smile.gif
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This looks awasome! Really well done and attention to detail, really looking forward of some good shots of the acrylic tubing with fluid, and also your cable management, especially on the back of the mobo tray! With your attention to detail, I bet that it will look great on both sides! smile.gif

One question though, I have been thinking of doing an acrylic backplate for my 780, but I dont know if the acrylic can take the heat from the GPU, what have you done to avoid that, or do you know it would be a problem on the back of the GPU? smile.gif

Thank you very much for your nice comment Winther.

Well the gfx cards GPUs should be below 50 degrees celcius, let alone the rear side of the cards. Plus there are a few small standoffs and the backplates are basically vented with the bg hexx pattern on it. So I am not affraid it will bend or something like that.


I have been waiting for sooooo looooong for this moment. The moment to fill up the loop for the first time and leaktest it.
I NEED to do it before it is done. Because after I close the front end I can't get to those cables and wires anymore. And those fittings. If there would end up being a leak I'd have to disassemble everything, undo all motherboard cables. the lot. So I wanted to give it a try right now.

I finally received that final XSPC fitting for the top of the reservoir. I have made a picture of the finished inside product of the connection reservoir to fillport. It is a real basterdised one biggrin.gif A piece of 16/10 tube, an Alphacool straight 16/10 fitting, an Alphacool 45 degree revolvable 16/10 fitting, an XSPC reservoir fillport, a Bitspower 45 degree adapter and a Bitspower fillport.

Then it was time to fill the loop, test the pump, the lot for leaks, the Coldzero parts, the fans, the fancontroller and the LED board + some leds.

The filling was a mess because I didn't have a high point in the loop te bleed the air out. But guess what, a piece of MDPC-X sleeving helped me out perfectly! Another great purpose for it biggrin.gif

I put a piece of it through the fillport untill in the reservoir. That way air could escape through the sleeving when water was being added. It went soooo smooth after that.

I used a bend piece of tube to fill up the system. It wasn't good enough for in the build, but good enough for being used as a nice standing up filling hose smile.gif

And don't forget my ghetto PSU on/off switch. This way I don't have to reach around the back of the case. Very easy to use.

So far the only thing not working correctly is the far left fan. I will have to investigate if it is the fan of the controller channel.

The last thing I had fun with were the individual LEDs. I think the use of them will be perfect for a slight illumination of the parts above the GPU blocks.
In real life it looks absolutely stunning. I am really happy with it.

I still need to figure out if I will add some rear fans. I just love the look of the grill like this.































 
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Words can not encompass... drool.gif

 

Your talent is the real deal and your approach to mods is the definite one, congrats man thumb.gif

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It's really coming together now!
Some cool ideas you incorporated there, the switch on the 24-pin, so you can cycle the coolant right there.
I like the fact that your fill port is hidden, so it doesn't spoil the look of the top of the case. It also makes filling a lot easier, for the bay res.
The tubing came out great. I trust that you had no leaks, and won't be needing to disassemble things.
As for the ColdZero parts, they speak for themselves! The lighting is working great with the 5.25 bay panels. thumb.gif

Edit:
As for the rear fan(s), it's up to you, but that could wreck the look of the lovely rear CZ plate. Idk if it's really necessary, I put one 92mm in the back of mine, but the air flowing from it doesn't seem to get very hot, even under load.
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Thank you very much for your nice comment Winther.

Well the gfx cards GPUs should be below 50 degrees celcius, let alone the rear side of the cards. Plus there are a few small standoffs and the backplates are basically vented with the bg hexx pattern on it. So I am not affraid it will bend or something like that.


I have been waiting for sooooo looooong for this moment. The moment to fill up the loop for the first time and leaktest it.
I NEED to do it before it is done. Because after I close the front end I can't get to those cables and wires anymore. And those fittings. If there would end up being a leak I'd have to disassemble everything, undo all motherboard cables. the lot. So I wanted to give it a try right now.

I finally received that final XSPC fitting for the top of the reservoir. I have made a picture of the finished inside product of the connection reservoir to fillport. It is a real basterdised one biggrin.gif A piece of 16/10 tube, an Alphacool straight 16/10 fitting, an Alphacool 45 degree revolvable 16/10 fitting, an XSPC reservoir fillport, a Bitspower 45 degree adapter and a Bitspower fillport.

Then it was time to fill the loop, test the pump, the lot for leaks, the Coldzero parts, the fans, the fancontroller and the LED board + some leds.

The filling was a mess because I didn't have a high point in the loop te bleed the air out. But guess what, a piece of MDPC-X sleeving helped me out perfectly! Another great purpose for it biggrin.gif

I put a piece of it through the fillport untill in the reservoir. That way air could escape through the sleeving when water was being added. It went soooo smooth after that.

I used a bend piece of tube to fill up the system. It wasn't good enough for in the build, but good enough for being used as a nice standing up filling hose smile.gif

And don't forget my ghetto PSU on/off switch. This way I don't have to reach around the back of the case. Very easy to use.

So far the only thing not working correctly is the far left fan. I will have to investigate if it is the fan of the controller channel.

The last thing I had fun with were the individual LEDs. I think the use of them will be perfect for a slight illumination of the parts above the GPU blocks.
In real life it looks absolutely stunning. I am really happy with it.

I still need to figure out if I will add some rear fans. I just love the look of the grill like this.
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Words can not encompass... drool.gif


Your talent is the real deal and your approach to mods is the definite one, congrats man thumb.gif

You are TOO kind Dr. M. Really too kind. Thank you very much.
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It's really coming together now!
Some cool ideas you incorporated there, the switch on the 24-pin, so you can cycle the coolant right there.
I like the fact that your fill port is hidden, so it doesn't spoil the look of the top of the case. It also makes filling a lot easier, for the bay res.
The tubing came out great. I trust that you had no leaks, and won't be needing to disassemble things.
As for the ColdZero parts, they speak for themselves! The lighting is working great with the 5.25 bay panels. thumb.gif

Edit:
As for the rear fan(s), it's up to you, but that could wreck the look of the lovely rear CZ plate. Idk if it's really necessary, I put one 92mm in the back of mine, but the air flowing from it doesn't seem to get very hot, even under load.

Thanks Comissar thumb.gif
I was also thinking the same about the fans. I even thought about using clear ones and killing the leds. I just don't know. The rear fans would be intake fans and the top ones exhaust fans.
I also have mesh to be used as dustfilter in the rear. But I love the grill so much I even want to risk loads of dust there applaud.gif
 
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