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post #1561 of 18678
Mine d5 (PWM version) with ek mounting rubber feet is virtually silent guys. Even at 4700 rpm. So perhaps it is a problem of decoupling, although the PWM version is recognized as quieter that the other versions.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/12/25/swiftech-mcp-655-pwm-drive-pump-review/
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These seemed to have gotten lost in the original loooong post ..... so

Questions:

1. Anyone know the watt rating of a molex cable to PSU ? Wanted to combine the two power leads (18 watts each = 36 total) from the 35x2 onto a single cable.

2. Anyone have any idea if the 35x2 can safely run with just one pump plugged in ? It is touted as redundant if one pump fails but it seems like a good way to fill a loop since I won't be able to get in and adjust fan profile in BIOS till after it's running

3. Suggested location in Ehthoo for spare Bitspower temp sensor .... wanna use for inside case temperature measurement.

4. Anyone know of an ambient air temperature sensor that, ideally, could be mounted in room and wirelessly send a signal to the Raven Six Eyes inside the box ? original idea was to mount another Bitspower sensor thru a hole in the case grille but with 10 fans blowing in, I cab't imagine ahole anywhere that isn't blastic hot air out.

1. No idea

2. You should be fine, no issues there.

3. Does not matter where you put it, since you have almost everything under water. If you really wanted to, I would put something around the south bridge.

4. I have a wall clock that displays the ambient temp lol.




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If you have the standard pump top then yeah you are limited to the inlet being on the front and the outlet going up.
I have the alphacool variant that came with a custom acetal top, and is way more flexible as there is an inlet and outlet on both the front and top.
Its this one http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Alphacool-VPP655-G14-IG-complete-with-D5-HF-Top_20284.html

Yeah there isn't a whole lot of room on the back if you want a side mounted rad. Have you considered putting one in the front? I dont think you are limited for thickness on a 240 without the cages
You can also get away with an 240 XT45 and still have the cages in place, you just have to do some drilling for the tubes to get to the rad.
Check my build log to see how i did it if you want some ideas
http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php?/topic/1071-obelisk-1st-wc-build-phanteks-enthoo-primo/

Thanks, I will look into that alphacool top/pump.

I can't fit one up front, as I have the monsta 480 going in the bottom. I am really adding the 240 just because I can. It's a left over radiator, and it can't hurt. I only have SSDs in my system, so the hdd bays are not needed.

There should be enough room, albeit very close to run tubing to the rad from the pump.
post #1564 of 18678
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Man, that's an expensive drain port setup! tongue.gif All in all, that's probably $50-75+

$96.50 for both ends ..... works nice tho...can even set it up to flush system.

I had the Bits in my original build..... saw some "I have a Bits and it's leaking and no one retuirns my calls / e-mails" posts .... switched to the EK ...also figured the white would be anice chnage to the black everything else and now that it's in, glad I did.
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Also, I'm not sure if your pump would have mounted to the included mount anyway, but if the reason you didn't use the included pump mount was because of the placement and/or the low height, I figured out another way/place to mount the included pump bracket. When you remove the bottom drive cage (as I know you did since you wanted your pump down in that area just like I do), it slides off a bracket that's mounted below it at the bottom of the case. Then you'd normally unscrew it and leave it aside with the drive cage. However, it has some holes in it and it turns out the pump bracket (which is removable) can be screwed onto the lower drive cage bracket. I'm not sure if this was an intended design or a coincidence that the holes are the exact correct spacing, but you can securely mount the pump bracket there. There are actually several holes along it, so you can position the bracket (and therefore the pump) in several places (meaning from side to side. Either closer to the windowed side of the case or more towards the opposite side). This puts the pump in the perfect spot down there (especially if you have a tube res on the res bracket and a lower radiator as your first component after the pump) and also brings the pump an inch or so higher off the floor of the case.

I did mount on the pump mount .... on two of them actually. And that's exactly what I did..... that is an "designed" alternate location for the pump mount and is shown in the Enthoo videos and in the manual.

See page 29.... it shows the layout as you have described above and how to mount it on the HD stand as you have described. The method of illustration is a bit poor as instead of showing a tru "plan view " looking down, they've tipped up the HD stand to look like it's in a vertical position...... which makes it confusing.

But, yes that is exactly what I have done..... but my pump is twice the size of the pump bracket ... only half of it fits on the bracket...... But the HD mount where the sliders are (again see page 29 of manual) will fit two pump brackets. I received a donation of a 2nd pump bracket from a dashing and generous young man who frequents this thread ... smile.gif .... and mounted two of them together on the HD bay sliders.

But again, this pump is huge and takes up almost the full mounting area of TWO pump brackets.....It's 5" long, 3" wide and 4" high

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post #1565 of 18678
From jack's questions;

I have a molex with three males going from my ax1200w wich is first powering my two d5pwm's and then a splitter (1 female to 4 males) wich is powering two ssd's, molex to sata-power, one is powering a 5mm led on the bay res and the last one is coupled up to my front io wich then goes to a corsair link led module with 3 strips on a single lane. Have another molex out from my psu but its only powering three corsair link fan modules and the phanteks hub..

In my cosmos i runned one ssd, two dcp2,2 pumps, two ccfl converters, three fan modules, a led module, the front io and a nzxt led strip of a single lead from my psu rolleyes.gif havent ever seen restriction on molexes or the ax1200w

And dont qoute me but isnt the molexes (wich comes from the psu) designed to draw the needed power? I think i read that somwhere thinking.gif

Edit:
Found a more mathematical answer, molex are typically 11 amperes per pin and it would give 55 watts on the 5v+ lead and 132 watts on the 12v+ lead, but this could be different to your psu as it could have another ampere number and other gauge size on the cables
Edited by Roxycon - 11/25/13 at 2:05pm
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When you brought it up before Jesse (from themodzoo) already replied that he's used 3M 4010 double sided tape to mount a photon in a case before.
That said, I'm pretty sure you could just as well use some of the industrial-strength velcro too ...

http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?partNumber=20018-388-90197

^ That stuff is not you're everyday run-o-the-mill velcro. I've seen it used to mount monitors/TVs to the wall. Put a decent-sized piece on the back and it will hold a res no problem.

Whichever you use, just make sure you clean off both mounting surfaces with a bit of rubbing alcohol to make sure they are free from oils to give you maximum adhesion and you should be fine.

Seriously. If it has one of those mounts (on the res) that would allow you to put a decent strip of velcro down the back, I guarantee velcro would hold perfectly strong. Even if you just has a couple of 1"x2" strips it would be enough. You just kind of twist the res side to side a little bit to let the velcro work it's way in a little bit and you'll feel it get very tight. Plenty strong to hold the res full of fluid and the tubes putting pressure on the res as well.

Myself and many other guitarists trust it to hold 20+ lbs worth of guitar pedals on a pedalboard. I have over a $1000 worth of pedals on my board that I wouldn't want falling off. They're difficult to get off even when you want to. You have to be careful because the adhesive and velcro itself is so strong that it will actually rip the paint right off the bottom of the pedal. Stuff is extremely strong. I'd trust it to hold my res if I needed to.

Oh, and as for cleaning the oils off first, when I mount pedals to my pedalboard I actually try to rub a little oil from my fingers on the bottom of the pedal to make getting velcro off easier, and it STILL rips the paint off the bottom of the pedals half the time tongue.gif That stuff is seriously strong.
Edited by ADragg - 11/25/13 at 2:42pm
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$96.50 for both ends ..... works nice tho...can even set it up to flush system.

I had the Bits in my original build..... saw some "I have a Bits and it's leaking and no one retuirns my calls / e-mails" posts .... switched to the EK ...also figured the white would be anice chnage to the black everything else and now that it's in, glad I did.
I did mount on the pump mount .... on two of them actually. And that's exactly what I did..... that is an "designed" alternate location for the pump mount and is shown in the Enthoo videos and in the manual.

See page 29.... it shows the layout as you have described above and how to mount it on the HD stand as you have described. The method of illustration is a bit poor as instead of showing a tru "plan view " looking down, they've tipped up the HD stand to look like it's in a vertical position...... which makes it confusing.

But, yes that is exactly what I have done..... but my pump is twice the size of the pump bracket ... only half of it fits on the bracket...... But the HD mount where the sliders are (again see page 29 of manual) will fit two pump brackets. I received a donation of a 2nd pump bracket from a dashing and generous young man who frequents this thread ... smile.gif .... and mounted two of them together on the HD bay sliders.

But again, this pump is huge and takes up almost the full mounting area of TWO pump brackets.....It's 5" long, 3" wide and 4" high


Agh. I was afraid someone would say something about the Bitspower res not being so great. We'll see. But especially since I may have to go with the more expensive EK setup and this WC build is getting well over $800, I think I'll just start a right angle fitting for drainage where you did, but instead of all of the fittings like you have, I can just leave a piece of tubing with a plug in the end hooked up to the underside of the bottom rad. Just long enough to hang out the side of the case. I can curl it down there by the pump below the drive bays where it won't be seen. Then pull it out of the side of the case and pop the plug out and I have a makeshift drain. Not nearly as nice as your setup but it should work. At least until the first time I drain the loop and maybe then I'll be ready to add the hard components like you did for something more permanent.

EDIT: So looking at the optional EK res top, it looks like even if I came in through the side mount from the CPU block, I can still use the Aqua Tube, right? I was thinking the side inputs didn't route to the a place where I could thread in the Aqua Tube, but it looks like they tie into the same path as two of the top inputs. So at least I can come into side of top and not have to use a 90* fitting at the top of the res. Makes the idea of that setup a little cleaner.
Edited by ADragg - 11/25/13 at 3:26pm
post #1568 of 18678
Hi guys got a couple of questions. Firstly I've ordered an alphacool St 30 rad 480 mm for the top of my case will be running it in push pull. Now for the bottom I've gone for a st60 360mm again will be push pull. To start with I will only be cooling my cpu (4770k) on a g1 sniper 5 mobo. I'm using primochill rigid acrylic tubing. Now I want to be able to utilise both rads before adding the 2 780gtx which I should be getting on my next pay day. I've also got a 240mm primochill low profile base res along with a laing d5 vario 1200lph pump with an ek top. Apart from this I shall be using primochill ghost compression fittings. Do I need to order any other fittings? And do I need to include a drain or fillport? (First time doing a custom loop). Additionally how can I hook it all up in a single loop but giving me the ease of eventually installing the two 780gtx?

Sorry for the long post.

Thanks guys.
post #1569 of 18678
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And can anyone tell me an explicit reason to NOT get a drive bay res? I can't fit a tube without drilling into the case. Buying tools and ruining my case doesn't seem worth it simply because I don't trust myself. I'd still be running a separate pump to avoid the noise issue and to have cleaner runs

I thought you just couldn't fit a Photon ? There are other reservoirs that aren't as difficult top place......60mm and even 50mm

I put this on the res bracket w/o even using the nuts ......



That's the EK-RES 3 -250 w/ optional multi-port top .... BTW.... to those also doing the EK..... EK screws ya ..... the G/14 thread stops just short of the inside ... you gotta but their "special" aquatube 12/16 x 140mm ....another wait for shipping

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_1165_1162&products_id=36312

Sure am missing the nano coating on the aqualis ..... bubbles just won't let go a res walls.

Well I'm into 3 hours into a 12 hour leak test .... then will turn on and see if everything still works smile.gif



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Agh. I was afraid someone would say something about the Bitspower res not being so great. We'll see. But especially since I may have to go with the more expensive EK setup and this WC build is getting well over $800, I think I'll just start a right angle fitting for drainage where you did, but instead of all of the fittings like you have, I can just leave a piece of tubing with a plug in the end hooked up to the underside of the bottom rad. Just long enough to hang out the side of the case. I can curl it down there by the pump below the drive bays where it won't be seen. Then pull it out of the side of the case and pop the plug out and I have a makeshift drain. Not nearly as nice as your setup but it should work. At least until the first time I drain the loop and maybe then I'll be ready to add the hard components like you did for something more permanent.

EDIT: So looking at the optional EK res top, it looks like even if I came in through the side mount from the CPU block, I can still use the Aqua Tube, right? I was thinking the side inputs didn't route to the a place where I could thread in the Aqua Tube, but it looks like they tie into the same path as two of the top inputs. So at least I can come into side of top and not have to use a 90* fitting at the top of the res. Makes the idea of that setup a little cleaner.

a 90 and a plug works too smile.gif

Well EK screws ya (see above) .... they have the EK aquatube thru amazon tho.

http://www.amazon.com/EK-Reservoir-Multiport-Replacement-Top/dp/B00BNYQQ14/ref=sr_1_sc_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1385434203&sr=1-1-spell&keywords=EK+resrvoir+port+top

http://www.amazon.com/EK-RES-X3-Reservoir-Replacement-Internal/dp/B00AXW063G

The way the threading works .... if the plat side faces front of case on the botton, it will face the back side on the top..... Note....5 holes , 3 plugs ... you shud have spare rad plug tho from ya drain port. Remember ya also need the EK extender fittings if ya use the top ports .... I bought 2 w/ the Multi port top..... Have return thru the one furthest from the flat side. ..... temporarily put a valve in the other one to exhaust air..... MoBo block drains into res on each shutoff so hadd to do a little dance with a 12" fill tube with valve on top..... fill it with water.... shut the valve above water line..... tilt case back to make res high point ..... crack valve to on res to let air out till the rube on rad drained ..... rinse and repeat 3 times.

Loop took 1.8 liters ..... hadda order 2nd bottle of mahems.

Started system with just one of the pups, then added 2nd......bubbles gone except for few stuck to wall in res
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/25/13 at 6:59pm
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I thought you just couldn't fit a Photon ? [...]

Unless your card(s) is/are too long for it a Photon fits just fine in the Enthoo Primo except it's mounting holes don't line up with the pre-installed pattern on the res bracket or back of the case, so the only real issue is that you'd need to drill a few holes (or, as discussed above, use something like double-sided tape or velcro to mount it) which is the same thing 99% of everyone else who buys any tube reservoir would have to do to mount it in almost every other case out there which don't come with pre-drilled reservoir mounting holes or even much thought if at all put into res placement.

I suspect that the majority of people who have custom water loops installed in their cases will have had to drill a hole or two or four or ..., or have had to make an even more extensive mods somewhere to the case to get everything to work right. It kind of goes with the territory. The Enthoo Primo is one of the few cases I can think of where you might be able to pull off a decent custom water loop with a tube res without needing to break out a drill or a dremel if you were to stick only to parts that would fit easily, but imho that would steal half the fun/thrill of it. Gotta luv that feeling in the seconds leading up to that first cut or hole being made to a brand new case you haven't even put to use yet. Right? biggrin.gif
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