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Little late to the party so band.gif cheers.gif grouphug.gif

 

Hitting 30 is pretty amazing! I've been spending most of the day working on everyone's orders. It'll be pretty cool to be able to share info with a group of this size, which is big enough to make a big Splash (har har) yet still small enough to be an exclusive group. Thank you all for the enthusiasm and spreading the word! I never would have made it this far without you pushing for a Compact Splash of your own. poke.gif (And I'm happy to do it and learning a TON along the way!)

 

Lutfi - give me a shout if Amazon Payments doesn't work. We can't push the deadline but if we must we can go stone-age with a wire transfer.

 

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So i have spent the last 2 days watching water cooling builds on youtube and reading up on the water cooling threads on here.
Can somebody (or SLE himself smile.gif ) tell me the order of the water cooling loop he has in the prototype. From what i understand i think it one of the following:
  1. Fill Port > Res > Pump > 120 Rad > 240 Rad > GPU > CPU > Res
  2. Fill Port > Res > Pump > GPU > CPU > 120 Rad > 240 Rad > Res

Thanks
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By the way, thinking of naming it MINI-REAKTOR. What do you guys think?

Thats an awesome name! Looks like we are going for a similar colour scheme.
Edited by nb14 - 3/28/13 at 6:01am
    
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Originally Posted by nb14 View Post

So i have spent the last 2 days watching water cooling builds on youtube and reading up on the water cooling threads on here.
Can somebody (or SLE himself smile.gif ) tell me the order of the water cooling loop he has in the prototype. From what i understand i think it one of the following:
  1. Fill Port > Res > Pump > 120 Rad > 240 Rad > GPU > CPU > Res
  2. Fill Port > Res > Pump > GPU > CPU > 120 Rad > 240 Rad > Res

Thanks
Thats an awesome name! Looks like we are going for a similar colour scheme.

I am pretty sure that it is

Fill Port > Res > Pump > 120 Rad > 240 Rad > GPU > CPU > Res
    
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I am about to start ordering components and really like the look of the EK-FC670 GTX GPU water block.
The design is different to that of the FC-580 GTX used by SLE though and I was just wondering if there will be clearance issues with the case due to the angle of the fittings.

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There shouldn't be if you see the model I made a bit a go you will see that this is the block I used in the model and plan on using. Technically it should all fit and I agree it is super Sexy looking
    
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Originally Posted by golfergolfer View Post

There shouldn't be if you see the model I made a bit a go you will see that this is the block I used in the model and plan on using. Technically it should all fit and I agree it is super Sexy looking

I have been looking at your model; was not sure how to interpret it - rolleyes.gif

Thanks for the info thumb.gif - I plan to get mine in black biggrin.gif
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I am about to start ordering components and really like the look of the EK-FC670 GTX GPU water block.
The design is different to that of the FC-580 GTX used by SLE though and I was just wondering if there will be clearance issues with the case due to the angle of the fittings.

I think it will not fit because the fittings side exit will touch the side panel of the case.thinking.gif

I'm not too concern on displaying the GPU block because it will be facing downward anyway. Unless you are using a horizontal mounted motherboard casing like Prodigy or the new CaseLabs Mercury S3 or an inverted motherboard mounting case that's very rare to find one now.

Sometimes I feel like wanna pull the trigger on the new Caselabs Mercury S3 drool.gif but Compact Splash is just too good in design and space optimization. wubsmiley.gif

Maybe I just grab both.. thinking.gifwackosmiley.gif
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That's exactly what happened to me. I was going to get a Mercury but then someone told me about the Splash
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I did quite a bit of looking around at rotaries before I found these. I picked up the 45's from hellfire toyz on ebay for $45 shipped and the 90's for just over $50 at PPCS. I didn't think I did too bad for 20 fittings considering how much I've seen rotaries go for.

edit: I really didn't want to run out when I finally got it together! Never hurts to have extras lying around....right? biggrinsmiley.gif

Those EK fittings are exactly what i used in my last build and will be using for this one, along with XSPC compressions in the same black nickel colour,
not bad for about 5-6 bucks for the rotaries and $4.50 each for the compressions, havent had a leak yet from one which is good haha.

OH AND CHEERS! cheers.gif
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Originally Posted by golfergolfer View Post

There shouldn't be if you see the model I made a bit a go you will see that this is the block I used in the model and plan on using. Technically it should all fit and I agree it is super Sexy looking

so sexy... i didn't like the CSQ design OR the frosted look until i saw coloured coolant running through. instantly changed my mind! those blocks look amazing lit up with some LEDs as well
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