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post #1571 of 18688
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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.

OK you convinced me. I'm going to go ahead and try to mount my res w/ the industrial strength Velcro and see how it goes.

The aluminum mounting plate on the back of the Photon 270 / D5 combo I have is 48mm (1.9") wide & 300mm (11.75") long and seems ideal for using something like the "tape of the gods" or Velcro.
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LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

An as I wrote above, I like the idea of the Velcro because it should add some level of decoupling between the pump and the case which should help it run quieter (although I've yet to use it to know if noise would be any issue with it at all in any case - but adding a level of decoupling sure couldn't hurt), plus it should let me more comfortably squeeze it in what will be a VERY tight fit between my top and bottom rads, so tight that drilling screw holes in the right locations was going to be critical.

I'll only have exactly 22mm total space combined top & bottom between the fans on the rads, so I'm looking at placing it with a ~5mm space at the bottom so that will leave me just ~17mm up top for me to be able to access the fill port. To be able to do that I've ordered a set of ridiculously slim Japanese-made Anex offset screwdrivers that only need 10mm of space. I had planned to use a ratcheting offset screwdriver I already have but realized it needs at least 21mm of space to work with and was unable to find anything else in the US that would fit in any tighter of a spot so had to look to importing a set of these ...

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

I'm using a top-facing port on my top rad as a fillport for my loop, so I'm thinking all I'll really need to do for the most part is be able to crack open/close the fillport on top of the res to let the water fill up into it and cap it off when it gets full and then continue filling up the rest of the loop, and that should let me fill almost my entire loop in one go without having to go the route of filling just the res, cycle the pump, & repeat over and over, but even if that works as planned the res will inevitably collect some air in the top I also have a syringe with a tube and also a squeeze-type fill bottle with a tube on it, either of which should let me top off the res in that tight of a space if/when necessary.

That's the plan on paper so far anyway. I'll know in a week or two how well it's actually going to work in practice.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 11/25/13 at 9:11pm
post #1572 of 18688
Ok....I flushed my rads for an hour each with about 5 gpm....flushed everything else except for the pump.... frown.gif Seems Swiftech pump left me some micro presents ... little black plastic thingies on WB.......gonna let it run a few days .... trying to get water temp up to some temp rise...no luck hottest I can get it is 31.2 C so far running Furmark w/ 32% OC on 780s. That was randon 1st attempt....not really doing OC yet....just making sure no more surprise crud in loop.

ST45-420 = 31.2 in / 30.4 out = Delta 0.8
UT60-280 = 30.4 in / 30.1 out = Delta 0.3 ***

Res => Pump => Parallel loop thru GFX => ST45 => CPU => MoBo => Res

Max GFX temp under Furmark = 38C (32% OC)
CPU Cores Max Temp under OCCT = 48 to 52 (stock)

*** EDIT .... DUH ! fans on UTV60 weren't plugged in smile.gif

Now topping out at 35 C on GFX cards under Furmark (32% OC on clock / 25% on memory)
CPU at 44-46C (still stock = 3.9 Ghz)
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/25/13 at 11:50pm
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post #1573 of 18688
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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
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

Thanks, man.

Good to know that I need to get the EK down tube instead of the Bits Aqua Tube. That's ridiculous, though. I can't believe they would actually change the thread type on the inside. What's the point in that (other than to make you buy a different tube with a different thread type that they actually happen to make)? So the hole starts out G1/4 on the outside where you attach fittings and then changes to 12/16 at the last second?

By the way, since our builds are very similar aside from SLI and hard tubing, and I'm doing a lot of the same things as you, is there anything in particular that didn't work now that you've put it to practice? Is the method of keeping the 420 rad pushed a little forward and attaching those extenders + plugs in the top of the rad as fill/bleed ports working out, for example? And speaking of that, is having the second one as a bleed port necessary? I'm thinking since I'm going with the multi port EK top, I should get plenty of air exhaust from that. Although that's not a direct bleed for the top rad and if there's much air in the rad it's only going to bleed off once it gets to the res... after it has traveled through the system in the form of a big air bubble. Not sure that would really happen, though.
Edited by ADragg - 11/26/13 at 12:44am
post #1574 of 18688
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Thanks, man.

Good to know that I need to get the EK down tube instead of the Bits Aqua Tube. That's ridiculous, though. I can't believe they would actually change the thread type on the inside. What's the point in that (other than to make you buy a different tube with a different thread type that they actually happen to make)? So the hole starts out G1/4 on the outside where you attach fittings and then changes to 12/16 at the last second?.

Well last mm smile.gif And they don't happen to make it ..... they obviously set it up that way .... OTOH, they argue that it's actually for use as a suction tube, .... the Bits tapers down smaller so I guess the argument could be made that less head loss with thers.
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By the way, since our builds are very similar aside from SLI and hard tubing, and I'm doing a lot of the same things as you, is there anything in particular that didn't work now that you've put it to practice? Is the method of keeping the 420 rad pushed a little forward and attaching those extenders + plugs in the top of the rad as fill/bleed ports working out, for example? And speaking of that, is having the second one as a bleed port necessary? I'm thinking since I'm going with the multi port EK top, I should get plenty of air exhaust from that. Although that's not a direct bleed for the top rad and if there's much air in the rad it's only going to bleed off once it gets to the res... after it has traveled through the system in the form of a big air bubble. Not sure that would really happen, though

The fill ports on top rad worked out great ..... allowed me to get air outta top of rez ..... w/o the fill tube,, every time ya shut the machine off, water trained outta MoBo block and half of CPU Block. But filling the vertical tube with water and closing the valve above it, I was able to bleed air outta the top of res using a 2nd valve as a bleeder mounting on top of rez....shud see in last pic.

Res is about 4" lower than the rad .... and the tube gives me another 12" ..... that static pressure pushes water in and air out.

Fill top tube
Close vale above it
Turn on pump
Run a minute
Tilt to make res high point
Turn off pump
Open top valve
Crack bleeder valve
Watch level drop to just above rad
Rinse and repeat

I did make one mistake..... my caliper tops out at 154mm and one measurement was bigger .... so I said just add 4mm from the mark I made on the tape..... well I cut 4mm the wrong way and was 8mm short..... well each end of tube sits 8mm inside the fitting so was only part way in..... had few drops slide down tube /.... cuda been worse.

Let's see what else dumb did I do ..... oh year, hand cut SLI Bridge protectors (metal fittings close) outta DVI rubber covers.....then went .... DUH.... move bridge to other tabs.... put SLI tab protectors on SLI tabe behind fittings.

I cleaned all components using an aquarium filler / gravel vacuum venturi set up to sink .... did everything but pump .... now have tiny bits of plastic on CPU block ..... hoping I can reverse flow and blow out, if not will have to remove , clean and replace .... glad block has acrylic top and I using clear distilled water for 1st week .... mental note ...always use acrylic top blocks for the visual access. Have a very good mount with core temps varying by 2C, well at least under OCCT, so don't wanna remove if don't have to.

AIDA64 now running ..... OCCT used to shut down w/ stock cooler..... seeing an 7C spread w/ AIDA .... 58 - 51

Have to figure out why pump always running at full speed.
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/26/13 at 8:03am
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OK here's something I'm not getting with the Enthoo PCB, well all the "Fan Control (Asus M6F latest BIOS)

Have two PWM's plugged into CPU and CPU OPT

CPU Q-Fan Control set in BIOS to:

Profile = Manual
CPU Upper Temp = 70C
Max Duty Cycle = 70% (pump rpm = 4400 from 70% to 100&% according to pump curve)

CPU Lower Temp = 30C
CPU Fan Min Duty Cycle = 40% (minimum allowable in BIOS, pump rpm = 2800 / minimum = 1250 rpm from 0 = 12% PWM)

Chassis 1 Fan Q-Control set in BIOS to:

CPU Upper Temp = 70C
Max Duty Cycle = 100%

CPU Lower Temp = 40C (Can not change)
CPU Fan Min Duty Cycle = 60% (Minmum allowable in BIOS) - 60% x 1250 = 750 rpm

yet when IN BIOS....w/ CPU temp = 25C

CPU and CPU Opt are 3214 = 73% ???? ..... why not 40%
CHA are all at 1084 rpm (thru Phanteks PCB) = 87% ????? ....why not 60%
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post #1576 of 18688
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Sound like a job well done Jack.

I used to do a lot of custom fabrication... always knew I could make a better one than the finished piece in front of me... sometimes after making same/similar pieces for several applications. Very few if anybody else could see what wasn't quite right, but I knew what and where. rolleyes.gif
post #1577 of 18688
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OK here's something I'm not getting with the Enthoo PCB, well all the "Fan Control (Asus M6F latest BIOS)

Have two PWM's plugged into CPU and CPU OPT

CPU Q-Fan Control set in BIOS to:

Profile = Manual
CPU Upper Temp = 70C
Max Duty Cycle = 70% (pump rpm = 4400 from 70% to 100&% according to pump curve)

CPU Lower Temp = 30C
CPU Fan Min Duty Cycle = 40% (minimum allowable in BIOS, pump rpm = 2800 / minimum = 1250 rpm from 0 = 12% PWM)

Chassis 1 Fan Q-Control set in BIOS to:

CPU Upper Temp = 70C
Max Duty Cycle = 100%

CPU Lower Temp = 40C (Can not change)
CPU Fan Min Duty Cycle = 60% (Minmum allowable in BIOS) - 60% x 1250 = 750 rpm

yet when IN BIOS....w/ CPU temp = 25C

CPU and CPU Opt are 3214 = 73% ???? ..... why not 40%
CHA are all at 1084 rpm (thru Phanteks PCB) = 87% ????? ....why not 60%

Have you tried speedfan?
First set it to 'manual' in advanced settings, then setup a custom fan controller for the channel.
post #1578 of 18688
Yes.....speedfan detects no fans at all


Also beware ..... getting speedfan these days is difficult prospect ..... even authors site has install packages which does "guerilla installs" of other software. had to poke around a lot before found a way to d/l w/o the 'extras"
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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..

I was confident enough about the cable..... but having two molex's for one pump , even if it is a duplex was giving em concern.... found myself several times already noticing 1 pump stopping and having to fiddle with plug. So plan was to remove the two molex cables from pump and wire both sets if wires to single connector.

Also makes it much more convenient when doing leak test with the mini PSU...as it's only got one connector..... on the other hand, I did start up the system and run for an hour w/ just 1 pump before hammering it w/ 2.....maybe separate ones is a good idea smile.gif


Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/26/13 at 10:25am
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Yes.....speedfan detects no fans at all


Also beware ..... getting speedfan these days is difficult prospect ..... even authors site has install packages which does "guerilla installs" of other software. had to poke around a lot before found a way to d/l w/o the 'extras"
I was confident enough about the cable..... but having two molex's for one pump , even if it is a duplex was giving em concern.... found myself several times already noticing 1 pump stopping and having to fiddle with plug. So plan was to remove the two molex cables from pump and wire both sets if wires to single connector.

Weird, was just reading in the RIVBE owners club thread that speedfan picks up and allows custom control over every fan header on the RIVBE and RIVE boards, not just the CPU ones, and lets you set the PWM to lower duty cycle settings than the ASUS suite allows.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 11/26/13 at 9:58am
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post


AIDA64 now running ..... OCCT used to shut down w/ stock cooler..... seeing an 7C spread w/ AIDA .... 58 - 51

Have to figure out why pump always running at full speed.

Are you running an overclock and delidded? If so that's awesome temps!
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