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OK so I get you want to go Corsair everything right? So you're using a H100 even though you're going watercooling? Where's the Corsiar PSU too!

Im actually still using all the Corsair pumps, the H100i for the cpu, and the H70 and H50 for the HD6970's. Im adding red tubing and setting up them in a parallel. I don't have all the details worked out yet but I am going to use a flow meter to test the pumps independently in different setups to see how good they do. Also I have a great aftermarket pump that was designed for RV water systems but it has a good GPH rate and great PSI and head pressure, Its also self priming and can be ran dry with no damage. The real issue is figuring out how im going to set it all up, I may have the powerful pump on the three big RADs. I am open for any opinions. I should get the rest of the parts within two weeks or so(im stationed in South Korea). I wanted to do sum thing different and the project out grew the Zalman case I had so I ordered a Corsair 800D. I have been talking to Corsair threw letters trying to get Sponsored and get some free stuff and so far it sound good! biggrin.gif I got the Corsair cables for extera and I intend to wrap the Cougar psu cabels in PET. I dont have a Corsair PSU yet because im on a budget and I already invested alot of money in the 1000w Cougar PSU, but I do intend on replacing it with a 1200w Corsair (hopefully for free!). Overall though im happy as long as I have a all red and black build at the end..... I have a 16gb Red Vengance RAM kit(1866) but I also scored a great deal on 4gb(2000mhz) kit of those two black ones you see for like $10!, but will eventually get the the other half of the 32gb kit which I will probably still order the black ones bc they go along good with the rest.

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I think the Bacardi is to blame tongue.gif

lol thats the good thing about it lol biggrin.gif Even if I crack one bottle drilling holes for tubing I can just buy another one and get Fu#$ed up in the process lol! tongue.gif
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Nice photography. Looking good thumb.gif

Thanks! And the if you see good pics its because my wife is a photographer and she is good at it..... but that being said the crappy ones are from me lol rolleyes.gif
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Looks good, However it would be better if you posted pic in order. Unboxing, Start, Middle, End.
Its a mess to follow at the moment in my opinion.
Subbed however, This should be exciting smile.gif
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Looks good, However it would be better if you posted pic in order. Unboxing, Start, Middle, End.
Its a mess to follow at the moment in my opinion.
Subbed however, This should be exciting smile.gif

I agree completely, Im still waiting on some of the parts but as soon as I get everything together it will start making more sense because I will start posting my work in order. I intend to do some pump testing and benchmarks as well. I think the data I gather about the Corsair Pumps will be helpful for other people who intend on using them for custom applications. thumb.gif
post #16 of 851
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Just an update, I found a second Corsair H70 for a decent price NEW so I will be able to have a balanced system with using two H70s for the two cards, now I just have to wait for my Lip fan brackets to come in......Processed By eBay with ImageMagick, R1.1.1.||B2||T0JKX0lEPTRmNjc4MmQ3YTM0NzI0NjYwNGY2N2EyODg1YTJiYTA1MTAzZjVlMmFhMWMyfHxTRUxMRVJfTkFNRT1odWxrMjQ4NHx8T1JJR0lOQUxfRUJBWV9RVUFMSVRZX1NDT1JFPTR8fENSRUFUSU9OX0RBVEU9Mi84LzEzIDk6MTggQU0= biggrin.gif
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GOT MY RADIATORS, COMPRESSION FITTINGS, COOLIANT, RESIVIOUR, SSD, AND SOME TOOLS TODAY!!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif******
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My video on the FLOJET pump for PC application.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_zUtLnnfSg
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Subbing this for sure. looking pretty awesome. i like the ideas. personally not an AMD fan. but i must say that board looks good.
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So I tested the H70 for the LPH rate both with and without RAD and it was pretty poor, im surprised they do so well compared to other coolers, I find the pump week at a 0.714LPM with RAD and 0.769LPM with out RAD, not what I expected......... Another bad thing is I went to conduct the same test on the H100i, and after draining it of its stock fluid then re-priming it it was barely trickling even with just the pump so I think its defective....... So I decided to dissemble it to make sure it wasn't as no run dry pump and I wasn't, its just a simple propeller, but in the process I broke the small wires that connect to the PCB, but I checked the PCB voltage and it was barely putting out anything....... Oh well cant RMA it now so I removed the pump head to increase flow and now im using it as a water block. Im going to hook my corsair link kit to the 4 prong RGB LED of the PCB of it and use it with my other case lights so I can still control it with software. On the Bright side I did receive my new pump and its strong as hell so im thinking of spiting it off and running it to both cards and CPU. I guess we will see...... I will test my big pump when I get my tubing so I can run it threw all the RADs to see how good it handles it.....













AND THATS WHAT THE INSIDE OF A H100i Corsair pump looks like.........
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