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No harm is going to be done, just like KaRLiToS said the PC is going to shut down. Some pumps have an rpm signal cable that you simply connect at the mobo CPU fan header and enable the corresponding alert from the bios.
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UPDATE: Third day of building (almost finished)
Third day of building and its almost finished, I'm having a hard time detoxing from gaming wink.gif

Ok, like you read earlyer in this thread, my pump died. But the weird thing was that it did run with the top of. I contacted EK and they replied 9 minutes later (9 minutes!!, great customer service) they said that I could just send it to them and I would get a replacement. But I didn't want to wait weeks for my replacement pump and I also didn't feel like buying a new pump since I want to save up for an Laing MCP655 or something similar. Anyway I opened the pump up thinking that I might be able to fix it but there was nothing inside, lol, just a rotor and an rubber O-ring, there was however a big part of the pump that I couldn't access, and of course that was the part were the problem was. Here are some pictures of the pump:







Anyway after an hour of researching on the internet I found out that the EK DCP 2.2 (and 4.0) are actually rebranded Phobya pumps (well, I dont know if they are rebranded phobya pumps, for all I know the phobya pumps are rebranded something else...).
I found out that the rotor and the axle weren't connected to the body (anyone who knows how an electric engine works knows what I'm talking about) so I pulled out the rotor+axle+magnet that was only held in place magneticly and I discovered that there was a little o-ring that had fell of the axle en jammed the magnet in its rotation motion (but only with the top on, probably because there is enough room with the top of to rotate.

So I took that o-ring out and put it back in its place and what do you think happened... the pump worked again. When thinking back its funny that such a little unimportant part could jam the entire pump.

Here you can see the o-ring on the end of the axle, where it's supposed to be.


And here you see a 'reconstruction' (made it in 5mins in photoshop, I know it looks horrible) of where the o-ring was jamming the entire pump. I hope this helps to understand what the problem was since I'm having a really hard time explaining something that technical in English.


So now on to the build it self.

I installed the loop again, but now with a working pump.


After a few minutes the pump started leaking. Quit a lot actually, like 1 drip each 20 seconds.


So I had to drain the loop AGAIN... rolleyes.gif At the start of this build I decided not to put in a t-line because I thought you only drain your system once every 6 months and I don't like the way it looks but if I had know that I would have to drain the loop twice before I even installed it I might have considered it...


Some pictures of when I was filling the loop. I also made a video of it but I haven't watched it yet so I don't know if its good enough to post here.






Some pictures of the rig while leak testing (don't worry I'll try to make much better photo's tomorrow when its done leak testing).






To avoid all confusion, I didn't take this picture with flash, I NEVER take pictures with flash. I just hate the way it looks, all the sharp shadows.
It was already getting dark and I didn't like the pictures with just the light from the lamps in the ceiling so I put my macbook in front of it and tried to light it that way. It looks horrible but I thought I'd post it anyway.


I couldn't wait till tomorrow to see how it would look in the dark with the blue CCFL's so I hooked them up to my spare PSU that is running my pump and I took a few photo's, I think it looks great.





Thats it for today, remember to click on the pictures to see them in high quality.
The next update should be tomorrow and will probably be the last one for a while. We'll see...

Greetz

-CiBi
 
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Good job Bram smile.gif

Yeah, I know how annoying it can be to keep draining the loop. I thought it would be plug and play with my loop but had to drain it a few times regardless. Always good to have an extra bottle of coolant just in case thumb.gif

Also, nice introduction. I'm 20 and also in university (Electrical Engineering), during projects I like to design a lot of high res images to depict processes etc. my team members always tell me that the report or whatever I'm doing is not a work of art tongue.gif

Love being creative at times but my major is more of a performance before looks one lol biggrin.gif
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UPDATE: Third day of building (almost finished)
Third day of building and its almost finished, I'm having a hard time detoxing from gaming wink.gif
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Ok, like you read earlyer in this thread, my pump died. But the weird thing was that it did run with the top of. I contacted EK and they replied 9 minutes later (9 minutes!!, great customer service) they said that I could just send it to them and I would get a replacement. But I didn't want to wait weeks for my replacement pump and I also didn't feel like buying a new pump since I want to save up for an Laing MCP655 or something similar. Anyway I opened the pump up thinking that I might be able to fix it but there was nothing inside, lol, just a rotor and an rubber O-ring, there was however a big part of the pump that I couldn't access, and of course that was the part were the problem was. Here are some pictures of the pump:







Anyway after an hour of researching on the internet I found out that the EK DCP 2.2 (and 4.0) are actually rebranded Phobya pumps (well, I dont know if they are rebranded phobya pumps, for all I know the phobya pumps are rebranded something else...).
I found out that the rotor and the axle weren't connected to the body (anyone who knows how an electric engine works knows what I'm talking about) so I pulled out the rotor+axle+magnet that was only held in place magneticly and I discovered that there was a little o-ring that had fell of the axle en jammed the magnet in its rotation motion (but only with the top on, probably because there is enough room with the top of to rotate.

So I took that o-ring out and put it back in its place and what do you think happened... the pump worked again. When thinking back its funny that such a little unimportant part could jam the entire pump.

Here you can see the o-ring on the end of the axle, where it's supposed to be.


And here you see a 'reconstruction' (made it in 5mins in photoshop, I know it looks horrible) of where the o-ring was jamming the entire pump. I hope this helps to understand what the problem was since I'm having a really hard time explaining something that technical in English.


So now on to the build it self.

I installed the loop again, but now with a working pump.


After a few minutes the pump started leaking. Quit a lot actually, like 1 drip each 20 seconds.


So I had to drain the loop AGAIN... rolleyes.gif At the start of this build I decided not to put in a t-line because I thought you only drain your system once every 6 months and I don't like the way it looks but if I had know that I would have to drain the loop twice before I even installed it I might have considered it...


Some pictures of when I was filling the loop. I also made a video of it but I haven't watched it yet so I don't know if its good enough to post here.






Some pictures of the rig while leak testing (don't worry I'll try to make much better photo's tomorrow when its done leak testing).






To avoid all confusion, I didn't take this picture with flash, I NEVER take pictures with flash. I just hate the way it looks, all the sharp shadows.
It was already getting dark and I didn't like the pictures with just the light from the lamps in the ceiling so I put my macbook in front of it and tried to light it that way. It looks horrible but I thought I'd post it anyway.


I couldn't wait till tomorrow to see how it would look in the dark with the blue CCFL's so I hooked them up to my spare PSU that is running my pump and I took a few photo's, I think it looks great.




Thats it for today, remember to click on the pictures to see them in high quality.
The next update should be tomorrow and will probably be the last one for a while. We'll see...

Greetz

-CiBi


Excellent post, excellent work, excellent diagnosis on the pump. You highly deserve +rep for your work and especially on how you found out how the pump failed (yes, I liked the photoshop illustration biggrin.gif).

You don't mention though if your pump still leak? Were you able to locate the leaking problem?

Geart work CiBi thumb.gif

(PS: T-Line (drain line) is a must, ALWAYS)
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Really awesome build. Love the pics and those Photoshop skills are hard core that would take me days
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I just noticed that if you upload pictures in portrait they automatically get rotated to landscape, does anyone know why that is? mad.gif

Also the next update will be delayed, all the snow melted overnight and we had water coming through the roof so I've been busy cleaning that up. I expect to have the next update ready by tomorrow evening.
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Good job Bram smile.gif

Yeah, I know how annoying it can be to keep draining the loop. I thought it would be plug and play with my loop but had to drain it a few times regardless. Always good to have an extra bottle of coolant just in case thumb.gif

Also, nice introduction. I'm 20 and also in university (Electrical Engineering), during projects I like to design a lot of high res images to depict processes etc. my team members always tell me that the report or whatever I'm doing is not a work of art tongue.gif

Love being creative at times but my major is more of a performance before looks one lol biggrin.gif

Thank you for the kind words!
I used to study ICT so we often had to design a simple logo or make a simple website for a program we wrote. I also spend way to much time designing those, I realised I liked designing more then programming so I decided to become a graphic designer.

What's the moral of this story? Do something you like!
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Excellent post, excellent work, excellent diagnosis on the pump. You highly deserve +rep for your work and especially on how you found out how the pump failed (yes, I liked the photoshop illustration biggrin.gif).

You don't mention though if your pump still leak? Were you able to locate the leaking problem?

Geart work CiBi thumb.gif

(PS: T-Line (drain line) is a must, ALWAYS)

Thank you. I started water cooling about a year ago after browsing the OCN water cooling club and following tons of build logs, I'm really happy that there are people enjoying my own build log.
And getting praise from an experienced builder/water cooler like you is the highest honour I can imagine. You sir just made my day. thumb.gif

The pump doesn't leak any more, I forgot to mention that in the update. After draining the loop I disconnected the pump and opened it up, everything seemed fine so I made sure the O-ring was placed correctly and closed it back up. I was probably too careless when I closed it after fixing it.
The rig has been leak testing for 24 hours now and everything is still 100% dry so I think I'm in the clear.

I must say that I now see the use of a T-Line and the next time I upgrade or expand my loop I will include one.
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Really awesome build. Love the pics and those Photoshop skills are hard core that would take me days

Thank you thumb.gif
 
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I just noticed that if you upload pictures in portrait they automatically get rotated to landscape, does anyone know why that is? mad.gif

Also the next update will be delayed, all the snow melted overnight and we had water coming through the roof so I've been busy cleaning that up. I expect to have the next update ready by tomorrow evening.
Thank you for the kind words!
I used to study ICT so we often had to design a simple logo or make a simple website for a program we wrote. I also spend way to much time designing those, I realised I liked designing more then programming so I decided to become a graphic designer.

What's the moral of this story? Do something you like!
Thank you. I started water cooling about a year ago after browsing the OCN water cooling club and following tons of build logs, I'm really happy that there are people enjoying my own build log.
And getting praise from an experienced builder/water cooler like you is the highest honour I can imagine. You sir just made my day. thumb.gif

The pump doesn't leak any more, I forgot to mention that in the update. After draining the loop I disconnected the pump and opened it up, everything seemed fine so I made sure the O-ring was placed correctly and closed it back up. I was probably too careless when I closed it after fixing it.
The rig has been leak testing for 24 hours now and everything is still 100% dry so I think I'm in the clear.

I must say that I now see the use of a T-Line and the next time I upgrade or expand my loop I will include one.
Thank you thumb.gif

 

Yeah, although I'm already that far in my major that I don't want to switch. I think I like Engineering just a bit more though, but it takes considerably more effort for me, while designing is more relaxing and comfortable for me just as making music. I think it will remain a hobby since pressure may change my opinion of designing esp. if I can't get creative ideas tongue.gif

 

The pump image is exactly something I would spend way too much time on in projects (I'm not at all advanced in Photoshop though)... I recognize a lot of myself here biggrin.gif

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Great work Bram. And really like how you talked about yourself and the whole format of the log. Very Impressed Mate keep up the great work.

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Yeah, although I'm already that far in my major that I don't want to switch. I think I like Engineering just a bit more though, but it takes considerably more effort for me, while designing is more relaxing and comfortable for me just as making music. I think it will remain a hobby since pressure may change my opinion of designing esp. if I can't get creative ideas tongue.gif

The pump image is exactly something I would spend way too much time on in projects (I'm not at all advanced in Photoshop though)... I recognize a lot of myself here biggrin.gif

Believe me there is a lot of pressure!
In the first year about 40% of the students give up and quit before the finals, this is because of the enormous workload and the countless deadlines during the semester.
Most students with my major (graphic design) easily spend more then 50 hours a week working on assignments and then you also have to attend around 30 hours of classes and lectures each week (I must admit we often skip theoretical classes or work on assignments while attending them).

But I thrive under stress, I enjoy a little sleep deprivation now and then and I really like what I do so I guess it all works out. thumb.gif
We also have less finals then most students and we don't really have a dress code for oral exams. biggrin.gif Seriously you should see some of the people walking around on the campus blinksmiley.gif
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Great work Bram. And really like how you talked about yourself and the whole format of the log. Very Impressed Mate keep up the great work.

MybadOmen

Thank you!! exhappysmiley.png In some way this build log started over a year ago when I was browsing your Venom build log and though: "hey, I guess I'll try water cooling..." thumb.gif
 
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Believe me there is a lot of pressure!
In the first year about 40% of the students give up and quit before the finals, this is because of the enormous workload and the countless deadlines during the semester.
Most students with my major (graphic design) easily spend more then 50 hours a week working on assignments and then you also have to attend around 30 hours of classes and lectures each week (I must admit we often skip theoretical classes or work on assignments while attending them).

But I thrive under stress, I enjoy a little sleep deprivation now and then and I really like what I do so I guess it all works out. thumb.gif
We also have less finals then most students and we don't really have a dress code for oral exams. biggrin.gif Seriously you should see some of the people walking around on the campus blinksmiley.gif
Thank you!! exhappysmiley.png In some way this build log started over a year ago when I was browsing your Venom build log and though: "hey, I guess I'll try water cooling..." thumb.gif

Yeah I know about that. I have contacts doing an art major at university, that's keeping me from going pro and get a degree in it. And about failure rates, I believe I saw my fair share of people quitting as well. There were 120 students first year in EE, 56 remained in second year and there are only 35 or so left now with 9 being able to graduate this year tongue.gif

I knew that before I started though.
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