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post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by cafu02 View Post

Here is a drawing of how I wanna set my loops
Base on the crappy pic smile.gif
How many types of fittings do I need


If youre going for the pic without the second rad and no gpu ill suggest you change the passing for rad to res/pump so youll get a straigt tubing line in the back of the case and pair it up with four 45degrees so youll get it as clean as possible, maybe even mount the pump a little higher.. for evere cm of less tubing you have the more waterflow youll get and that equals to lower temps thumb.gif

somethi like tihs; pump mount

personally i love the bitspower fittings, im using the 3/8" ID 5/8 OD ( compression fittings ) a bit pricy but well worth the quality, and they look lovely with white tubing smile.gif
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The pic in your first post was the initial inspiration for my own build-in-progress. I ended up going with Swiftech compression fittings and am happy with the quality. One thing to note though is that the screw on lock ring has a fairly large diameter. You may want to go with 45degree adapters for the CPU just for a bit of extra clearance. Though you're not GPU cooling, I am (and using the SLI bridge you pictured) and had to go with straight extendable fittings since the compression fittings wouldn't fit side by side on the GPU waterblock.
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post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by Roxycon View Post

If youre going for the pic without the second rad and no gpu ill suggest you change the passing for rad to res/pump so youll get a straigt tubing line in the back of the case and pair it up with four 45degrees so youll get it as clean as possible, maybe even mount the pump a little higher.. for evere cm of less tubing you have the more waterflow youll get and that equals to lower temps thumb.gif

somethi like tihs; pump mount

personally i love the bitspower fittings, im using the 3/8" ID 5/8 OD ( compression fittings ) a bit pricy but well worth the quality, and they look lovely with white tubing smile.gif

Thanks
Thats a pretty good Idea, will see if i can find that mount on a different site, frozencpu change too much to ship to canada.
Edited by cafu02 - 3/25/13 at 5:17pm
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by Amoeba View Post

The pic in your first post was the initial inspiration for my own build-in-progress. I ended up going with Swiftech compression fittings and am happy with the quality. One thing to note though is that the screw on lock ring has a fairly large diameter. You may want to go with 45degree adapters for the CPU just for a bit of extra clearance. Though you're not GPU cooling, I am (and using the SLI bridge you pictured) and had to go with straight extendable fittings since the compression fittings wouldn't fit side by side on the GPU waterblock.

Yours is looking very nice man
post #15 of 21
from a side view into the case, the mobo tray would be back of the case tongue.gif sorry for bad english but thats a norwegian trademark, lol
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post #16 of 21
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from a side view into the case, the mobo tray would be back of the case tongue.gif sorry for bad english but thats a norwegian trademark, lol

lol
no worries i got it now smile.gif
post #17 of 21
my opinion, get 4x 45* adapters. 1 from the pump, 1 to and 1 from the cpu block and the last at the rad inlet. it should save you a headache or 2 and a foot less tubing. it should look a bit cleaner also.
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post #18 of 21
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my opinion, get 4x 45* adapters. 1 from the pump, 1 to and 1 from the cpu block and the last at the rad inlet. it should save you a headache or 2 and a foot less tubing. it should look a bit cleaner also.
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I like your idea
Now just need to find some good prices on the $17.99 each ouch
post #19 of 21
From Looking at your drawing.. I have got few suggestions for you.

1) Use Res/Pump top combo and use the inlet on the pump and not the one on top of res like you have drawn or else you'll have difficulty bleeding the air from the loop. Get something like this Pump Res Combo

2) You can use the top inlet as fill/drain port.

3) For Fitting you can use 1 - 90 Degree from pump to top rad and 3 - 45 Degrees (2 on CPU Block and one on pump inlet) you will still need to buy 4 compressions though. One thing i like about EK stuff is that they are pretty cheap and quality is good too. 6$ each.

4) You can also use Quick disconnects on one end in case you need to upgrade the loop to add GPUs.

If you are located in BC you can use The Letter Carrier for shipping. Get the stuff shipped to them for standard US Shipping. Cross the border and pay them 3$ to pick up. Customs don't even charge duty for most computer stuff..I believe there would be same stores near border if you live in East.

Hope it helps.
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post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by gill22 View Post

From Looking at your drawing.. I have got few suggestions for you.

1) Use Res/Pump top combo and use the inlet on the pump and not the one on top of res like you have drawn or else you'll have difficulty bleeding the air from the loop. Get something like this Pump Res Combo

2) You can use the top inlet as fill/drain port.

3) For Fitting you can use 1 - 90 Degree from pump to top rad and 3 - 45 Degrees (2 on CPU Block and one on pump inlet) you will still need to buy 4 compressions though. One thing i like about EK stuff is that they are pretty cheap and quality is good too. 6$ each.

4) You can also use Quick disconnects on one end in case you need to upgrade the loop to add GPUs.

If you are located in BC you can use The Letter Carrier for shipping. Get the stuff shipped to them for standard US Shipping. Cross the border and pay them 3$ to pick up. Customs don't even charge duty for most computer stuff..I believe there would be same stores near border if you live in East.

Hope it helps.


Hey thanks for you input, I'm in Toronto.
However the Res I listed does have 2 connection at the saide, can i just use one of them with the 90 Degree fitting?
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