AUDIO CARD REPLACED:
My old Creative Xtreme Audio Bulk got fried for some reason, so i replaced it with a Sound Blaster Z, it does an excellent job this far, it has gigantic red lights.41
GPU REPLACED, NO TITAN ANYMORE:
I sold my Titan you could see in the earlier posts
, re-utilized my old Amd Ati Gigabyte HD 6970 OC2. This card broke when i dropped a piece on metal on top of it while my computer was turned on. It fried istantly, and i had to replace it with a Zotac Geforce Gtx 760
. The GPU it's still under air dissipation, the dissipator is the stock one. I'm planning on putting the GPU too under water as soon as i have money to order a waterblock.
The XSPC 360 Radiator i've been taking pics of in the earlier post
started spitting liquid all over my bedroom wall, lol. I had to remove it completelly and now i'm using just the 3 radiators inside the case. Anyways this radiator was constraining all my loop, now my liquid flows really faster.CHANGED COOLING LIQUID:
I've been using the Mayhems UV clear blue 15ml as a color in my rig, but i decided to change it. I have a Flight simulator set-up with joystick, throttle, pedals and so on, and everything is oriented in a orange-based hue, so i decided to change the case color too, using an orange coolant and transparent tubing
I've been using a single Laing DDC 1 plus 12 V pump for my loop. I recently added an additional pump using the acquacomputer double top and the flow doubled intensity.. (i had problems with the flow being so slow it appeared as 0,0 L/min).
GENERAL CLEAN UP
I deleted most of the useless things inside my case. All the LEDS, Cold Cathodes and switches to turn them on are gone. Now the frontal panel fits just 3 things: a fan controller with all the radiator-fans and case temperatures, a card reader (extremely useful if you have a GoPro and connect-disconnect SD cards all day video editing) and the koolance info-panel showing the current flow rate of the liquid.
Edited by Fieel - 8/15/14 at 10:43am