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loving this build. wow got more hoses than a fire station there. Jelly on this card
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why do you keep opening every water block you own ? you clean them even when new ?
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Originally Posted by Niko-Time View Post

Brilllliant

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Originally Posted by Terrere View Post

Dat Card drool.gif... I love this build! Once you get it all neat and tidy... I've been enjoying watching the build! Kinda sad to see it coming to a close!

I guess it is getting close but I feel like I have alot to do still rolleyes.gif
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hehe nice gettomod on the 6990.. I would have gone with the ziptie mod, easy and do work quite well.

I thought about that but I just caint bring myself to leave $600 worth of card to some plastic tongue.gif
post #484 of 851
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Originally Posted by P1kk3wyn View Post

loving this build. wow got more hoses than a fire station there. Jelly on this card

THanks!
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why do you keep opening every water block you own ? you clean them even when new ?

Well yes and no....... In order to mod the H100i you have to dissemble it and remove the pump head, and the PCB. thumb.gif
post #485 of 851
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I was just thinking I have so many OCN users here to give credit for contributing parts to my build! Thanks to you all, I will include all of you in the final organized build log! thumb.gif

List:

corwyneagle2011
http://www.overclock.net/u/330910/corwyneagle2011
XFX HD 6990

PhantomTaco
http://www.overclock.net/u/280547/phantomtaco
6 x EK Dark Nickel 3/8" 1/2" straight fittings
1 x Bitspower Shining Silver 3/8" 1/2" 90 degree rotary fitting
3 x Bitspower Shining Silver 3/8" 1/2" straight fittings
H100i
12" Cathode
Fan Filter
4x XSPC 2 led sleeved kits
1 twin white led kit
3x UV twin tailed led kits
1x Phobya UV lazer led
4x twin white led kit
2x single white led black sleeved kits
NZXT Fan 2x 120mm
NZXT Fan 2x 140mm
7x 120mm Fractal Fans
2x 120mm Zalman Fans
2x Corsair SP120L Fans

burksdb
http://www.overclock.net/u/112109/burksdb
240gb OCZ PCIe SSD

REPUBLICOFGAMER
http://www.overclock.net/u/261013/republicofgamer
2x Crossfire Bridges

Cole S
http://www.overclock.net/u/198571/cole-s
4x Compression Fittings

phillyd
http://www.overclock.net/u/241812/phillyd
XFX HD6950

I think I got everyone but if I missed you im sorry! biggrin.gif
post #486 of 851
<3 no problem man ! if you need anything else please do ask as I would love to have less boxes in my room LOL I mean BOX-ES for more then like 6 lol thumb.gif
post #487 of 851
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Back on it! working hard, just had to trouble shoot one of the cards the 6970 because it was not working, I think the block was just too tight! Working now! typer.gifthumb.gif

post #488 of 851
i have a few questions
what's the advantage of parallel loops?
you have a lot more tubing it seems
why everybody do individually sleeved cable?
specially for the pcie , they tend to spread and look a bit messy i think
why not leaving just the last part and still put a larger sleeve around most of it ?
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post #489 of 851
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i have a few questions
what's the advantage of parallel loops?
you have a lot more tubing it seems
why everybody do individually sleeved cable?
specially for the pcie , they tend to spread and look a bit messy i think
why not leaving just the last part and still put a larger sleeve around most of it ?

Ok good questions actually, im assuming your asking because you plan to do a build. thumb.gif

First: Im doing parallel loops because I have noticed a huge difference in tempatures when running a paralleled loop opposed to a single loop especially with a big RES. The reason is each piece of hardware runs at different tempatures, and it makes sense that the first thing in the loop should be the hottest item so that its cooled better, but then that leaves the last part of the loop running hotter. I did tests on this build and with full loop it ran 5c to 10c higher IDLE! It also makes it easier to add multiple radiators and get the most out of them, generally speaking you can only get the coolant as cold as the ambient tempature(room tempature) and this is achived with just one good RAD so....... Obviously if you can multiply that times three you can provide those nice coolant temps to each of the things your trying to cool not just the first one in the loop. It also makes maintenance and swapping parts a breeze since you wont have to drain he whole system to exchange a part, just clamp the hoses to the one part!

Second: I do have alot more tubing! and it can be messy or a hassle if you dont know what your doing, but from my experiences they just add more surface area to dissipate heat, which is a main advantage for the return hoses to the RES, because the longer they are the more heat they let off and the cooler the coolant will be when its returned to the RES; thus lowering the temp of the whole system, and allowing you to cool with the fans at lower speeds and quieter and still achieve the same temps!

Third: I personnely individually sleeve cables because I thing they look way better! The problem with the large PET(the cover for the wires) is that they are loosely woven and show threw the colors of the wires, and at the end of all pet you use heat shrink tubing to secure it and keep it from fraying, with the big covers on the end(the connector to the mobo) it takes one big piece of heat shrink tubing and they are impossible to get to cover all the wires coming out so some always still show. Also people who do this mod, and when your modding you always want to have expand-ability and additions available, with the sleeves individually done it is easier to tap into a wire to create another connection without removing the whole sleeve and redoing it like you have to with the big wire covers....

Forth: Mine will not spread or look messy when done, and there are many examples that look messy out there, but Mine will be nice when done!

Fifth: My case is a professional mod and to sleeve some and cheat on the rest is just wrong lol, my cable management will be photo perfect on front and back, most people hide there cabling mess in the back and make the front look tighty, I do the whole thing right. No half assin here lol biggrin.gif
post #490 of 851
if i was in a country where i could buy wc stuff for a good price i would try it , the shop around where i live used to sell some of these stuff before AIO cooler came but now it s impossible to find and triple the normal price. i could make a block but i don't have soldering equipment and milling machine,.... and then i would still need some nice fitting , best i can find is some nasty festo that leaks like hell ,....
for the cable i do have corsair black ones that comes with the ax series and i think they look good , it works with most color , i will maybe get some white one too in the future but the cost and the hassle of sleeving them myself don't seems to be worth it. maybe it because i had to do too much of that in some electrical cabinet at work and i wouldn't enjoy it anymore,....
by the way i wasn't pointing your rig for cable just that i have seen many that look way worst then what you can buy
Edited by Ashuiegi - 3/14/13 at 1:37am
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