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post #19851 of 20809
Is anybody able to make a list of everything I need to expand my H240-X to include a GTX 1080.

Like a shopping list similar to the previous page. I am nub with water cooling. Have no idea what all these names are, barbs, compression fittings etc.
Edited by shadow85 - 8/11/16 at 10:25pm
post #19852 of 20809
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Originally Posted by shadow85 View Post

Is anybody able to make a list of everything I need to expand my H240-X to include a GTX 1080.

Like a shopping list similar to the previous page. I am nub with water cooling. Have no idea what all these names are, barbs, compression fittings etc.

Sure. If you are simply adding the 1080 with nothing else, it is the same list minus the Swiftech and change to the EK 1080 Strix block. If you give us all of your system specs and budget, we can look at it more in depth.
post #19853 of 20809
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Sure. If you are simply adding the 1080 with nothing else, it is the same list minus the Swiftech and change to the EK 1080 Strix block. If you give us all of your system specs and budget, we can look at it more in depth.

Many thanks for the reply.

My system specs
EVGA SuperNova P2 1000W
i7-5930K w/ Swiftech H240-X
X99s-Gaming 7
4x4GB HyperX DDR4 2400MHz

And Corsair 900D case.

ATM I have 2x EVGA GTX 980 Ti Hybrids, but plan on swapping them out for 2x GTX 1080s and adding them both to the H240-X AIO loop. I don't have a set budget, but I don't plan on some krazy overclocking, so I don't need the most expensive parts, just parts that are reliable and adequat to kool a i7-5930K @ 4.2 GHz and 2x GTX 1080s @ ~1900-2000 boost (hopefully).

Or would it be cheaper for me to just get 2x MSI GTX 1080 Sea Hawk Xs and not worrying about expanding the loop? Lol
Edited by shadow85 - 8/12/16 at 5:10am
post #19854 of 20809
okay I appreciate the help from the people who helped me out earlier, but now I have another big noob question. I bought the parts that +ciarlatano (not sure if this is how I tag someone)
but I also bought primochill Red Tubes because I researched that dyes stain blocks and the clear tubes get green color(gross). My parts are coming in on monday and I also purchased 2 more fittings and this Y connector and a drain valve.

Can I use the liquid from the H240X2 and add more dilluted water to it ?
Also I saw youtube videos of people putting tubes onto the waterblock when it's installed in the case. Would the force to get the tubes on be too much ? Im worried of the force cracking my cpu or motherboard.
PS I'm getting my daddy and older brother to help me with this big project.

Thank you to everybody for helping a noob like me +)
post #19855 of 20809
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okay I appreciate the help from the people who helped me out earlier, but now I have another big noob question. I bought the parts that +ciarlatano (not sure if this is how I tag someone)
but I also bought primochill Red Tubes because I researched that dyes stain blocks and the clear tubes get green color(gross). My parts are coming in on monday and I also purchased 2 more fittings and this Y connector and a drain valve.

Can I use the liquid from the H240X2 and add more dilluted water to it ?
Also I saw youtube videos of people putting tubes onto the waterblock when it's installed in the case. Would the force to get the tubes on be too much ? Im worried of the force cracking my cpu or motherboard.
PS I'm getting my daddy and older brother to help me with this big project.

Thank you to everybody for helping a noob like me +)

You'll want to get new coolant. I wouldn't recommend trying to reuse coolant. I also recommend flushing out your radiators before you put everything back together and refill it. The pressure on the block and motherboard when installing the tubing shouldn't be a problem. It shouldn't take much pressure to install the tubing anyway. I hope this is helpful.
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post #19856 of 20809
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okay I appreciate the help from the people who helped me out earlier, but now I have another big noob question. I bought the parts that +ciarlatano (not sure if this is how I tag someone)
but I also bought primochill Red Tubes because I researched that dyes stain blocks and the clear tubes get green color(gross). My parts are coming in on monday and I also purchased 2 more fittings and this Y connector and a drain valve.

Can I use the liquid from the H240X2 and add more dilluted water to it ?
Also I saw youtube videos of people putting tubes onto the waterblock when it's installed in the case. Would the force to get the tubes on be too much ? Im worried of the force cracking my cpu or motherboard.
PS I'm getting my daddy and older brother to help me with this big project.

Thank you to everybody for helping a noob like me +)

Colored tubing is a far better way to go than dyes. thumb.gif

If you got everything on the list, there was Mayhems X1 concentrate on there, and you will just need to mix it with distilled water. That is your coolant - don't reuse the old.

There was a drain valve on the parts list, and I am not sure what you are planning for the Y connector. Your Luxe makes the fill and drain process incredibly easy with a simple line off the fill port. Try not to overcomplicate your loop.

And listen to everything @BramSLI1 has to say on the matter, he knows more than any poster here on the subject of Swiftech components.
Edited by ciarlatano - 8/13/16 at 3:40am
post #19857 of 20809
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Not really. My funding for Germany was cut and they substantially raised the amount of money you need on-hand to study there. I'm back in California and currently working for the postal service in San Clemente. I do have an interview next week for an IT position though in Irvine. I'm really hoping to get it because I hate delivering mail. The hours are long and the pay really doesn't cover it. I'm in Lake Forest now, so the commute isn't too bad. Irvine would be much better though. My new system is finished and I'll be posting it to my profile as soon as I finish overclocking it. It's still an AMD based system, just with an FX 8350 and an EVGA GTX 980Ti Classified I got from New Egg when they were on a crazy sale.

Good to see you back in here bram .
Sorry to hear about your endeavours, things will work out good things happen to good people stay positive.
post #19858 of 20809
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by 13yearOldPCBLDR View Post

okay I appreciate the help from the people who helped me out earlier, but now I have another big noob question. I bought the parts that +ciarlatano (not sure if this is how I tag someone)
but I also bought primochill Red Tubes because I researched that dyes stain blocks and the clear tubes get green color(gross). My parts are coming in on monday and I also purchased 2 more fittings and this Y connector and a drain valve.

Can I use the liquid from the H240X2 and add more dilluted water to it ?
Also I saw youtube videos of people putting tubes onto the waterblock when it's installed in the case. Would the force to get the tubes on be too much ? Im worried of the force cracking my cpu or motherboard.
PS I'm getting my daddy and older brother to help me with this big project.

Thank you to everybody for helping a noob like me +)

Colored tubing is a far better way to go than dyes. thumb.gif

If you got everything on the list, there was Mayhems X1 concentrate on there, and you will just need to mix it with distilled water. That is your coolant - don't reuse the old.

There was a drain valve on the parts list, and I am not sure what you are planning for the Y connector. Your Luxe makes the fill and drain process incredibly easy with a simple line off the fill port. Try not to overcomplicate your loop.

And listen to everything @BramSLI1 has to say on the matter, he knows more than any poster here on the subject of Swiftech components.

both have positives and negatives

neither are better or worse. and like everything right tool for the right job. on top of that- they also both have their maintenance flaws.

by far dyes cause more maint. but is that is ok with "you" then enjoy !
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post #19859 of 20809
Can I add a new custom pump/reservoir combo aswell as some extra rads to my H240-X loop?
post #19860 of 20809
Hi again, I'm starting to feel a bit embarrassed now asking so many questions but how tight do I screw in the fittings? Because my hand tight is way different to my dads hand tight screwing them in. I know I shouldn't use tools but I'm worried about stripping ? (If that's the correct term) the water block and radiotor and pump.
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