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post #1211 of 18650
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Originally Posted by KingJames View Post

Can I join the club? biggrin.gif


Very nice! Welcome smile.gif
post #1212 of 18650
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Wanted to throw this out there.....

In plant design, it's SOP to use flexible couplings at all pumps to take care of any alignment issues and isolate the pump's vibration from the rest of the system. We know this carries over to WC as peeps often hear the rattling in bay reservoirs. With the 35x2 being a bit of a behemoth, I had to design and have mounting adapter plate (being powder coated tomorrow) fabricated to hold the thing . So taking the wisdom of generations of plant design engineers before me, vibration isolation of the pump seems like it's worthy of attention when using rigid tuning......don't wanna shake anything loose do we now smile.gif

With the 280 Rad at the bottom being the first thing downstream of the pump, the "visible tube run" is about a 3 inches, about 1/2" inch of which will be visible between the Rad and the vertical plate w/ Phanteks logo on it. A 15mm fitting extender eliminates the visible part. It's the inlet that concerns me more as it's harder to hide. About a 6" horizontal run maybe 1.75" horizontal visible ... plus the vertical. I could do the vertical drop and 1st 2" in rigid and then use the flex, but with no support at the transition point, the whole run will vibrate.

Best idea I have had so far is to come outta back of res thru the res bracket (18mm hole req'd), and then 90 down thru the grommet, then 90 towards the pump and transition there. Any other ideas ?

BTW, just tested high temp / low flow alarm system using emergency lights and siren cannibalized of my "emergency response vehicle". Did it at 6 am and woke whole house up so it should serve well.



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Actually that's a magnetic job that I just use when responding .... son borrowed car and I'm afraid to leave that in there ..... I can see him getting stuck in traffic and giving it a workout smile.gif ..... was sitting here on table while I type this and figured I'd have some fun and give ya'll a morning laugh

I have not forgotten about what you PMed me regarding last time, I haven't had the time to meet up with the person and ask for what you need. Will do this weekend.


Enthoo build take apart has officially moved forward, with one of my Titans listed on ebay. Other one to follow soon.
post #1213 of 18650
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Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post

LOL! It worked. I could totally see you rigging your Enthoo system to your home security system so the whole neighborhood has to respond in case of an overheating issue. lmao

Cool....if ya could hear it 70 miles away in NYC, I'm more than satisfied. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

I have not forgotten about what you PMed me regarding last time, I haven't had the time to meet up with the person and ask for what you need. Will do this weekend.

Enthoo build take apart has officially moved forward, with one of my Titans listed on ebay. Other one to follow soon.

Thank you...... I knew that I had a friend in the biz but just couldn't remember who it was....they run black powder coat on Tuesdays so I am expecting to hear today if he was able to handle the job. Since you are taking the Enthoo apart, you can lend him the pump mounting plate as a guide ? How much I gonna owe ya for the rental ? smile.gif

When I saw ya post, I thought you wanna gonna ask me if I'd be willing to have my alarm system carried on MBPC smile.gif

I saw ya post on the Titans a lil too late .... just bought two 780-s and WBs for them for just $90 less ...as an AutoCAD user, the Titans wuda been nice.....even tho I only use 2D .... it would give me an incentive to try 3D.
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/12/13 at 9:22am
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post #1214 of 18650
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Wanted to throw this out there.....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
In plant design, it's SOP to use flexible couplings at all pumps to take care of any alignment issues and isolate the pump's vibration from the rest of the system. We know this carries over to WC as peeps often hear the rattling in bay reservoirs. With the 35x2 being a bit of a behemoth, I had to design and have mounting adapter plate (being powder coated tomorrow) fabricated to hold the thing . So taking the wisdom of generations of plant design engineers before me, vibration isolation of the pump seems like it's worthy of attention when using rigid tuning......don't wanna shake anything loose do we now smile.gif

With the 280 Rad at the bottom being the first thing downstream of the pump, the "visible tube run" is about a 3 inches, about 1/2" inch of which will be visible between the Rad and the vertical plate w/ Phanteks logo on it. A 15mm fitting extender eliminates the visible part. It's the inlet that concerns me more as it's harder to hide. About a 6" horizontal run maybe 1.75" horizontal visible ... plus the vertical. I could do the vertical drop and 1st 2" in rigid and then use the flex, but with no support at the transition point, the whole run will vibrate.

Best idea I have had so far is to come outta back of res thru the res bracket (18mm hole req'd), and then 90 down thru the grommet, then 90 towards the pump and transition there. Any other ideas ?
BTW, just tested high temp / low flow alarm system using emergency lights and siren cannibalized of my "emergency response vehicle". Did it at 6 am and woke whole house up so it should serve well.



Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Actually that's a magnetic job that I just use when responding .... son borrowed car and I'm afraid to leave that in there ..... I can see him getting stuck in traffic and giving it a workout smile.gif ..... was sitting here on table while I type this and figured I'd have some fun and give ya'll a morning laugh
Blew coffee out my nose when I read that. Not a pleasant feeling but worth it. biggrin.gif
post #1215 of 18650
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Cool....if ya could hear it 70 miles away in NYC, I'm more than satisfied. smile.gif
Thank you...... I knew that I had a friend in the biz but just couldn't remember who it was....they run black powder coat on Tuesdays so I am expecting to hear today if he was able to handle the job. Since you are taking the Enthoo apart, you can lend him the pump mounting plate as a guide ? How much I gonna owe ya for the rental ? smile.gif

When I saw ya post, I thought you wanna gonna ask me if I'd be willing to have my alarm system carried on MBPC smile.gif

I saw ya post on the Titans a lil too late .... just bought two 780-s and WBs for them for just $90 less ...as an AutoCAD user, the Titans wuda been nice.....even tho I only use 2D .... it would give me an incentive to try 3D.

If you want the pump mounting plate that came with the case, let me know cos I dont use mine, and if you wanna pay for shipping, I can send it out to you.

As much fun Titans are, I need to start buying hardware that I can use around in my reviews more easily. I have had those Titans from the day they were released. Well used to have 3 of those suckers running in a tiny little HAF XB.
post #1216 of 18650
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

even tho I only use 2D .... it would give me an incentive to try 3D.

That won't do at all. You can't run an awesome Enthoo Primo rig in 2D, it's not allowed. wink.gif I've been gaming exclusively in 3d since nvidia 3D Vision was released 5 (?) years ago. Once you go 3D, you'll never go back.
Edited by chrisnyc75 - 11/12/13 at 9:58am
post #1217 of 18650
Weeee Was finally able to place on Order in canada From Canadacomputers but it's backordered but i live chatted with a Rep from Phantek and he said that they just received a shippment so i'm hoping that means they just haven't updated their site yet and i'll be getting contacted soon saying it's ready to ship tongue.gif
post #1218 of 18650
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Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post

That won't do at all. You can't run an awesome Enthoo Primo rig in 2D, it's not allowed. wink.gif I've been gaming exclusively in 3d since nvidia 3D Vision was released 5 (?) years ago. Once you go 3D, you'll never go back.

Was talking about 2D AutoCAD where Geforce kicks tail on Quadro and anything else .... Titans compute function would, like the Quadro have usefulness in AutoCAD 3D. I actually don't enjoy 3D movies and 1st time I played Batman AA, I actually got motion sickness..... glad I tried again as had lotta fun with it.....so yeah...gaming3D is a staple around here....though till now I had to wait for a chance to get on one of the kids boxes.
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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

If you want the pump mounting plate that came with the case, let me know cos I dont use mine, and if you wanna pay for shipping, I can send it out to you.

My thought was it would be handy to have the part on hand when trying to line up the holes on the new part.

But I just might do that.... I can send you an account number .... I was prepared to let it overhang the one I have but the extra support would help.

Two questions ....

1. would like to hear your thoughts on vibration isolation of pump with regard to rigid / flex tuning from post # 1209

2. In exchange for the plate, you can have free unlimited license for the alarm system for ya "proper" Enthoo build and any thereafter. Since ya didn't use 5.25" bars for anything but the res last time, that's a good mounting point for the LED strobe also.
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Blew coffee out my nose when I read that. Not a pleasant feeling but worth it. biggrin.gif

Mission accomplished ! .... Not the coffee / nose part but glad it brightened ya day.
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/12/13 at 1:34pm
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post #1219 of 18650
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Thanks for posting! That's the same colour scheme I'll be going for (eventually), except that I intend to go for clear tubing with the Mayhems Pastel Ice White instead of your grey tubing, and will use grey (or silver as I think Bitfenix call them) braided cables instead of white... Project Monochrome I think I'll call it!
post #1220 of 18650
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Was talking about 2D AutoCAD where Geforce kicks tail on Quadro and anything else .... Titans compute function would, like the Quadro have usefulness in AutoCAD 3D. I actually don't enjoy 3D movies and 1st time I played Batman AA, I actually got motion sickness..... glad I tried again as had lotta fun with it.....so yeah...gaming3D is a staple around here....though till now I had to wait for a chance to get on one of the kids boxes.
My thought was it would be handy to have the part on hand when trying to line up the holes on the new part.

But I just might do that.... I can send you an account number .... I was prepared to let it overhang the one I have but the extra support would help.
Mission accomplished ! .... Not the coffee / nose part but glad it brightened ya day.

I have no issues letting it go, I have no use for it now, and will not have any use for it in the future. Based on how quickly my Titans sell, I will start on the a proper build for the Enthoo.
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