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Hey all, just wanted to give a quick updated image here. I'm just waiting to move to my new place and finish building my wires and rewrapping everything before I put it all together. Any final suggestions before the computer goes out of commission for the build? Also, what exactly do you mean by having the bottom 240mm radiators in parallel or serial? Is there a benefit to one over the other?



Here's updated parts list incase it's too small to read:

Parts List:

1- Koolance RP-452X2 Dual 5.25” Bay Resevoire Rev. 2.0
2- Swiftech MCP655-PWM Water Pump
3- Swiftech MCP655-PWM Water Pump
4- Black Ice GT Xtreme 140mm Rad
5- Black Ice GTX Xtreme 240mm Rad
6- Black Ice GTX Xtreme 240mm Rad
7- Bitspower G1/4” T Adapter
8- Bitspower G1/4” Mini Valve
9- Bitspower G1/4” Mini Valve
10- Alphacool Inline G1/4” Plexi Filter
11- Swiftech Komodo-NV GTX 780
12- Swiftech Komodo-NV GTX 780
13- Swiftech Komodo-NV GTX 780
14- Alphacool Inline G1/4” Plexi Filter
15- Heatkiller Rev 3.0 2011 CPU Block
16- XSPC EX360 Low Profile Rad
17- Thermalstar/Bitspower Temp Probe & Display
18- Cooljag Everflow 140x25mm Fan
19- Corsair SP120 120x25mm Fan
20- Gelid Silent Slim 120x15.5mm Fan
21- Tygon B-44-4X IB Pressure 3/8“ ID 5/8” OD Reinforced Tubing
22- Bitspower G1/4” 3/8” ID 5/8” OD Compression Fittings (Shiny Silver)
23- Mayhems Biocide Extreme
24- Mayhems UV Green Dye
25- Phobya Shroud & Decoupling Gasket 120mm
26- 2x 12“ Ultra Bright UV Cold Cathode Kit
27- Custom Wired White LEDs (for fans)
28- Custom PSU Cables (Bitspower Tightweave White Sleeving & Gold Plated Connectors)
Edited by TJ241 - 6/28/13 at 4:06pm
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Serial - input in one rad and output on the other one from the same side of the u-channel and just couple them one place opposite to in-/out -put, therefore forcing the water throu the rads
Parallel - input and output on one rad, couple them with two connectors, therefore relying on the loops equal pressure for supplying water to both rads, this can also be done with input and output on opposite side of each other on the respective rads

This has really nothing to say but a few degrees max, and with not so strong pumps serial is the best bet since it gives less restrictiveness. Are you going all out, and have the pump(s) to do it, you could use a countercurrent exchange system like fishes do for oxygen intake, this will be a serial rad setup where you set the fans for intake to the coldest rad therefore you'll get cold air -> middle temp rad -> (middle set of fans, pushing a little above middle temp air) -> hot rad -> exhaust air with fans, this is slower but in theory and with optimal circumstances 50 % more efficient, you could read more here if you didn't ave any classes in biology and/or physics http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Countercurrent_exchange thumb.gif
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