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I keep thinking of your picture of you standing beside the case because i dont have the measurements in my head i asking myself "How tall you are".


"O i hate to se no"mad.gif "your are a nice guy" thumb.gif

I am 5 foot 9 inches TATH...
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A EK-D5 Dual Top G1/4 CSQ and I am going to put at least 2 maybe 3 of these in my build each with 400mm Reservoirs.




My EK-D5 Dual Top G1/4 CSQ all box up and waiting to be opened.



I know I am very please with the way EK packages their products it makes you feel like you are getting a quality part.



Unlike some of the other companies and how they package their gear..



As you can see they send you everything you need to use this pump top but fittings. It has all the plugs, o-rings, gaskets, screws you would need plus a nice mount for it.



The small piece to the right is the reservoir adapter. I forgot to take pictures as I took it out of the box but trust me it was packaged as well as the top was. Did not have anything but the screws and a o-ring with it but this is all you need as it is made to use with the pump top that has everything else in it.



Here it is from the top all put together ready for the pumps and the reservoir... You can see one outlet on the top.



Here it is from the front or side and you can see 2 inlets and another outlet.



Here is the bottom where the 2 D5 Pumps go



Here is the back side of the pump top. no ports or anything but nice Black and looks good to me..



Here is a picture of the top with a 400mm Reservoir on it.



In case the first one was not enough here is another a picture of the top with a 400mm Reservoir on it.

Now 3 of these in the case do you think this might be Excessive Insanity
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

A EK-D5 Dual Top G1/4 CSQ and I am going to put at least 2 maybe 3 of these in my build each with 400mm Reservoirs.




My EK-D5 Dual Top G1/4 CSQ all box up and waiting to be opened.



I know I am very please with the way EK packages their products it makes you feel like you are getting a quality part.



Unlike some of the other companies and how they package their gear..



As you can see they send you everything you need to use this pump top but fittings. It has all the plugs, o-rings, gaskets, screws you would need plus a nice mount for it.



The small piece to the right is the reservoir adapter. I forgot to take pictures as I took it out of the box but trust me it was packaged as well as the top was. Did not have anything but the screws and a o-ring with it but this is all you need as it is made to use with the pump top that has everything else in it.



Here it is from the top all put together ready for the pumps and the reservoir... You can see one outlet on the top.



Here it is from the front or side and you can see 2 inlets and another outlet.



Here is the bottom where the 2 D5 Pumps go



Here is the back side of the pump top. no ports or anything but nice Black and looks good to me..



Here is a picture of the top with a 400mm Reservoir on it.



In case the first one was not enough here is another a picture of the top with a 400mm Reservoir on it.

Now 3 of these in the case do you think this might be Excessive Insanity

Looking nice. I fel for the glas tubes from Aqua. And then there was only one option left "got to have it".
And 3 tubes you dont need . 1 tube for one loop is the best i think "but who am i". biggrin.gif
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Looking nice. I fel for the glas tubes from Aqua. And then there was only one option left "got to have it".
And 3 tubes you dont need . 1 tube for one loop is the best i think "but who am i". biggrin.gif

One might think that however in his case not only will there be multiple loops running - but when you consider 6+ pumps are involved in this as well... that's where the build title comes into play! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

One might think that however in his case not only will there be multiple loops running - but when you consider 6+ pumps are involved in this as well... that's where the build title comes into play! biggrin.gif

The first thing what came up in my mind is that the name shout be ment for the owner not the case. But i will never want to insult people about there dreams.
I love to follow his build and sometimes i make jokes about it like "mayby he going to build a reactor in it ". Still admire his currage building this empire state building.
Ha ha i wish he start building. "HE Scott wake up ". biggrin.gif:D

sorry got to go.
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Pfft even my small build with a watercooled Tesla K20 is more excessive insanity than this tongue.gif
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I am 5 foot 9 inches TATH...

Hi Scott,

Ha i need a calculator for that whe measure over here in cm and m. So you keep me busy.
And you can call me by my name

Got it

5' = 152.4 cm
9 in = 22.9 cm
= 176,3 cm

i am 184 cm = 6 foot and 0.440944881889763 inches

Oke big case you got. rolleyes.gif

Henry Tates thumb.gifthumb.gif
Edited by TATH - 6/11/13 at 2:53pm
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The first thing what came up in my mind is that the name shout be ment for the owner not the case. But i will never want to insult people about there dreams.
I love to follow his build and sometimes i make jokes about it like "mayby he going to build a reactor in it ". Still admire his currage building this empire state building.
Ha ha i wish he start building. "HE Scott wake up ". biggrin.gif:D

sorry got to go.

Thinking about a reactor that will save on electric cost!!! biggrin.gif IT is fun to carry on and be sure I know it is all way over the top but I am having fun.. this is most important to me.

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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

One might think that however in his case not only will there be multiple loops running - but when you consider 6+ pumps are involved in this as well... that's where the build title comes into play! biggrin.gif


Yes 6+ pumps plus when I am finished you will see the method in my madness for the 3 large reservoirs.
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Originally Posted by TATH View Post

Hi Scott,

Ha i need a calculator for that whe measure over here in cm and m. So you keep me busy.
And you can call me by my name

Got it

5' = 152.4 cm
9 in = 22.9 cm
= 176,3 cm

i am 184 cm = 6 foot and 0.440944881889763 inches

Oke big case you got. rolleyes.gif

Henry Tates thumb.gifthumb.gif

Henry you are a little taller than me so the case would hit you in the chest instead of the chin like it dose me!! biggrin.gif

Thanks for the comments and for following the thread this is what helps make it all so fun..
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Don't worry Scott it would hit me in the Adam's apple. Throat Punch!!!
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Don't worry Scott it would hit me in the Adam's apple. Throat Punch!!!

If I was looking up it would hit me their also!!!! biggrin.gif
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