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Hey all.
Im working on the specifics of my loop so I can finalize my parts list smile.gif



Res>Pump>CPU>Rad>Res

1 Is a fill line which I will take to the top of the case, and I will mod this in.
2 is a drain line, It will be a Y Fitting with a BitsPower valve on it, also with one of these.

The Lamptron FC5 V2 will be there to monitor temps and flow rates.
The orange line to the res is a temp sensor, the line to the pump is the pumps RPM line, and the line to the Rad will be a BP flow sensor.

Parts:
XSPC Raystorm 750 RS360 Kit
BP L Block
BP Temp Sensor
BP Flow Sensor
PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID 3/4OD
Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Reservoir
Koolance PMP-450
Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black 45 Degree (x2)
Monsoon Free Center Compression Fittings
Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black Sealing Plug (x2)
Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black Mini Valve
Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black Y Block
Bitspower Matte Black Mini Dual G1/4 Extender
Lamptron FC5 V2

Pretty obvious where everything goes, but feel free to ask any questions, and dont hold back on the critique, as long as it is constructive.
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looks good to me!

onlything id say is get your tubing at your local hardware store... they have like 25' for like $3... my local hardware store also has black tubing.


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looks good to me!

onlything id say is get your tubing at your local hardware store... they have like 25' for like $3... my local hardware store also has black tubing.


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Thanks smile.gif Ill check it out and see if they have clear.

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Thanks smile.gif Ill check it out and see if they have clear.

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Mmmmm, tbe XSPC kit already comes with 7 ft of tubing, and reservoir, and pump, and fittings......

I also would recommend a better rad: Alphacool Full Copper. Either UT60, XT45, or ST30. Best performing rad all around, also less restrictive than most, and all copper: fins, tubes, and chambers are all copper.
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Mmmmm, tbe XSPC kit already comes with 7 ft of tubing, and reservoir, and pump, and fittings......

I also would recommend a better rad: Alphacool Full Copper. Either UT60, XT45, or ST30. Best performing rad all around, also less restrictive than most, and all copper: fins, tubes, and chambers are all copper.

Im getting the kit because for the same price I can get ONLY the rad and and Raystorm block. It makes sense to get the kit because in future builds I can use the barbs and the X20 if I choose to. Or I can sell the parts I dont use.

For what I need, Im not going to spend extra money on another rad until I put my GPU block in, but that wont be for a few months.
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