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post #19811 of 20904
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Just double checking, is there an air bleed screw on H240X models that don't have a bleed screw directly on the res? If yes, where?
the bleed screw was removed from the windows last year as was said its all done through the fillport now...to be fair the bleed screw never worked as intended anyway...
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post #19812 of 20904
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Hi, I don't want to seem like a complete noob but I am 13 years old and I want to expand into liquid cooling my computer. I have been mowing lawns all spring/summer/fall for almost 3 years now and last year I built my first gaming computer with the X99 ASUS SABERTOOTH and INTEL I7 5820k, with a ASUS 980TI 3 fan cooler. Now that I have saved up around $500 extra dollars I would Like to start watercooling but I feel like it's a bit scary and risky. Can somebody help guide me into building a full water cooling Computer. the rest of my money I am putting for schooling in t he future so 500 is all i have. I was thinking about getting H220X2 and getting a water block from Video Card. What other parts would I need? and how DO i fill the H220X2, i watched videos and it said to fill a reservoir then turn on the pump if the pump is underneath the water but on this cooling kit it shows the pump to the side. Is there a trick to put more water in the cooler? and How would I put a silver coil into the cooler?

Thanks to anyone that can help me, I'm sorry If i might be taking too much time from everybody here.

You should get plenty of help here. Big question I have is what case are you using? Knowing that will help with recommendations on components and the easiest way to set up for filling.
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You should get plenty of help here. Big question I have is what case are you using? Knowing that will help with recommendations on components and the easiest way to set up for filling.

uhm this is kinda embarrassing but I don't know what my case is exactly now... can't remember but its Phanteks Enthoo something, its the one with lights
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uhm this is kinda embarrassing but I don't know what my case is exactly now... can't remember but its Phanteks Enthoo something, its the one with lights

Most Phanteks cases are Enthoo, and several have lights. Take a look here http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Series.html

Good thing is that Phanteks are very water cooling friendly.
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post #19815 of 20904
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Most Phanteks cases are Enthoo, and several have lights. Take a look here http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Series.html

Good thing is that Phanteks are very water cooling friendly.

oh thanks for helping me out! It's the black Enthoo Luxe
post #19816 of 20904
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Hi, I don't want to seem like a complete noob but I am 13 years old and I want to expand into liquid cooling my computer. I have been mowing lawns all spring/summer/fall for almost 3 years now and last year I built my first gaming computer with the X99 ASUS SABERTOOTH and INTEL I7 5820k, with a ASUS 980TI 3 fan cooler. Now that I have saved up around $500 extra dollars I would Like to start watercooling but I feel like it's a bit scary and risky. Can somebody help guide me into building a full water cooling Computer. the rest of my money I am putting for schooling in t he future so 500 is all i have. I was thinking about getting H220X2 and getting a water block from Video Card. What other parts would I need? and how DO i fill the H220X2, i watched videos and it said to fill a reservoir then turn on the pump if the pump is underneath the water but on this cooling kit it shows the pump to the side. Is there a trick to put more water in the cooler? and How would I put a silver coil into the cooler?

Thanks to anyone that can help me, I'm sorry If i might be taking too much time from everybody here.

Ok what I would is get the H320 X2 you can fit a 360 rad at the top of the Luxe and the 5820k produce quiet a bit of heat especially if it is OCed. If you go with the H220-X2 I would suggest an additional radiator. The Swiftech are easy to expand, you will need some additional tubing 3/8 X 5/8 and if you want to change colors or type you can do that now. You will need additional fittings, if you are getting the Prestige I would get matching compression fittings. Same as tubing 3/8ID X 5/8OD. If non Prestige you can just get 3/8 barbs and clamps, all up to you.

As far as filling goes they come pre filled, since you are expanding you will need to empty the reservoir. Just empty in a clean container and reuse. When it comes time to fill you will need to reuse the original coolant and add some distilled water. The fill port is on the right side, when I did mine I just laid my case on the side so the port was at the top. You will need to jump your PSU so you can run the pump without booting the computer, just fill reservoir, run pump, repeat. You might need to move the case around to get any trapped air out.

Water cooling is not nearly as scary as it looks, just plan ahead and take your time. You also want to leak test for 24 hours to be on the safe side.
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post #19817 of 20904
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oh thanks for helping me out! It's the black Enthoo Luxe
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Ok what I would is get the H320 X2 you can fit a 360 rad at the top of the Luxe and the 5820k produce quiet a bit of heat especially if it is OCed. If you go with the H220-X2 I would suggest an additional radiator. The Swiftech are easy to expand, you will need some additional tubing 3/8 X 5/8 and if you want to change colors or type you can do that now. You will need additional fittings, if you are getting the Prestige I would get matching compression fittings. Same as tubing 3/8ID X 5/8OD. If non Prestige you can just get 3/8 barbs and clamps, all up to you.

As far as filling goes they come pre filled, since you are expanding you will need to empty the reservoir. Just empty in a clean container and reuse. When it comes time to fill you will need to reuse the original coolant and add some distilled water. The fill port is on the right side, when I did mine I just laid my case on the side so the port was at the top. You will need to jump your PSU so you can run the pump without booting the computer, just fill reservoir, run pump, repeat. You might need to move the case around to get any trapped air out.

Water cooling is not nearly as scary as it looks, just plan ahead and take your time. You also want to leak test for 24 hours to be on the safe side.

All solid advice, but let me add to it and make a tweak. First the tweak - yes, you can fit a 320 in the Luxe, but the res gets hidden (there goes your really cool looks) and filling will be more difficult. The H240-X2 Prestige, on the other hand, fits like a glove and has nearly the same cooling capacity. With this, you will have compression fittings already installed to make expansion a little easier, and you will have enough room at the front to run a fill line that will be easily accessible and will stay hidden when not in use. Having a fill line will make your world far easier when filling and topping off in the case. The reservoir will be completely visible and will look great.

You can reuse the original coolant and add some distilled. Personally, I have always changed out the coolant and tubes when expanding, but that is a personal choice.

You asked about a kill coil, and the answer here is "don't use one". Use pre-mix or concentrate+distilled that will have biocide in it, as well as anti-corrosives and anti-scaling.

Adding a drain would also make your life easier for maintenance.

So, your shopping list would be as follows:


I don't believe I missed anything other than a bottle of distilled water that you can pick up at the local supermarket for ~$2. I may have, and someone will be sure to jump in and point it out.

The third compression fitting will attach to the fill port with a piece of hose to the valve. You can pop the top grill off the Luxe to raise it above he unit to fill, and you would turn the case upside down and use it as a drain during maintenance. It would get tucked away up front when not in use.

I hope that helped.
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All solid advice, but let me add to it and make a tweak. First the tweak - yes, you can fit a 320 in the Luxe, but the res gets hidden (there goes your really cool looks) and filling will be more difficult. The H240-X2 Prestige, on the other hand, fits like a glove and has nearly the same cooling capacity. With this, you will have compression fittings already installed to make expansion a little easier, and you will have enough room at the front to run a fill line that will be easily accessible and will stay hidden when not in use. Having a fill line will make your world far easier when filling and topping off in the case. The reservoir will be completely visible and will look great.

You can reuse the original coolant and add some distilled. Personally, I have always changed out the coolant and tubes when expanding, but that is a personal choice.

You asked about a kill coil, and the answer here is "don't use one". Use pre-mix or concentrate+distilled that will have biocide in it, as well as anti-corrosives and anti-scaling.

Adding a drain would also make your life easier for maintenance.

So, your shopping list would be as follows:


I don't believe I missed anything other than a bottle of distilled water that you can pick up at the local supermarket for ~$2. I may have, and someone will be sure to jump in and point it out.

The third compression fitting will attach to the fill port with a piece of hose to the valve. You can pop the top grill off the Luxe to raise it above he unit to fill, and you would turn the case upside down and use it as a drain during maintenance. It would get tucked away up front when not in use.

I hope that helped.

Nice one ciarlatano, I didn't realize that the reservoir would be hidden. All within his budget too. thumb.gif
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post #19819 of 20904
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Nice one ciarlatano, I didn't realize that the reservoir would be hidden. All within his budget too. thumb.gif

I should have also mentioned that fitting, tubing and coolant colors can all be changed to user preference. And NO pastels in the Swiftechs......unless you like replacing the pump and having stained components. biggrin.gif
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I would like to thank everyone for the help and rfarmer for making a list for me to buy, but i have one question. how Would i go about draining and refilling the the kit with everything else installed, I was googling and notice I need some sort of quick disconnect plus a drain valve on the bottom of the pump, how would I configure this with the pump being on the res since there is a line going down to the cpu and gpu?
I'm anxious but I can't wait to start this project.

I am very grateful to everybody that has given me such good advice, and I'm sorry for being the biggest noob here!
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