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I'd say you went more for looks than flow concern... Thats def one of if not the best looking enthoo builds i've seen
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I'd say you went more for looks than flow concern... Thats def one of if not the best looking enthoo builds i've seen

Thanks smile.gif worked my socks off on it smile.gif

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post #2293 of 19369
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As for the 420, Id recommend ya place an XT45 it with the ports to the rear .... about 1" forward of the all the way pushed back position so ya can access the top rad ports for a fill and bleed line.

I went a bit pricey with my bleed port in the base of my system but I have a question concerning how you filled yours. I've seen people fill using the reservoir using a syringe or whatever so considered doing the same but would like to know how you went about filling yours since we have the same rads? I "think" I remember seeing pictures of you using a funnel with a big tube but can't remember. How did you fill yours and how did you make sure to not spill or know when you were full since you can't see through the rad? I've seen some primochill funnels with G 1/4 adapter that seemed pretty cool and a possibility.

Also since you're using the top as a bleed port how are you going about it since it's at the top of your system? Are you tilting your system completely on it's side? I probably should've asked first and saved myself like $35 on my bleed setup but it is a pretty sweet idea I borrowed from here I have to admit.
post #2294 of 19369
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If I read correctly, you have the TC120x 3 to my AC140x3 and a AC120x2 to my AC140x2 .... so I have about 36% more rad area than you do. Remember at those lower temps I have the top filter / screen off so my 44-45 is not that much different than your 49 given the rad difference. I have the fans controlled by Ai Suite 3's FanXpert 2 which does a bang up job. Hit a button and it tunes the fans , creates a profile and you can fine tune it.....took me quite a while to find a happy medium. Mt CPU huits 74C at 4.6 / 1.38 VYD (Hits 1.48 under adaptive under RoG Bench)

if I plug in the 12v to the hub tho....everything goes to full speed.

 

 

No I have 8x F140SP and thought you had the same. Not sure what AC140/s or TC120/s are? For me, 5x are the LED version all connected to the controller +12v aux. power. 6x are attached to UT60 420mm top mounted radiator and I have removed the micro filter since the 6x rad fans exhaust. Currently I do not use the MSI fan software and use the default curve of the F1.5 bios on a MSI Z87 G45 Gamer which I see no need to make adjustments to. My pump is a D5 vario running static high speed or avg 4780 rpm which indicates max flow rate for my loop.

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post #2295 of 19369
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Thanks smile.gif worked my socks off on it smile.gif

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Which fittings are you using?
post #2296 of 19369
Primochill Revolver

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post #2297 of 19369
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Which fittings are you using?
They look like primochill revolver fittings to me, very nice!
post #2298 of 19369
Thank you, now to find them in Europe, and in stock!

I installed my 480Monsta last night, and i am now getting ready to order the 420 for the top, and the 240mm for the side.

I want to use the 240mm, as a rad, that will handle the "hot" water. I want to run, 240mm, then into the 420mm in the top, and then back down to the 480 at the bottom, but I have a feeling that installing the 240 would be a waist?

I should be getting enough cooling from 1x 480 Monsta in push/pull and 1x 420 XT45 in push/pull??

Should i consider the 240 on the side with push/pull or would just be a waist of money?
post #2299 of 19369
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Originally Posted by Pierre3400 View Post

Thank you, now to find them in Europe, and in stock!

I installed my 480Monsta last night, and i am now getting ready to order the 420 for the top, and the 240mm for the side.

I want to use the 240mm, as a rad, that will handle the "hot" water. I want to run, 240mm, then into the 420mm in the top, and then back down to the 480 at the bottom, but I have a feeling that installing the 240 would be a waist?

I should be getting enough cooling from 1x 480 Monsta in push/pull and 1x 420 XT45 in push/pull??

Should i consider the 240 on the side with push/pull or would just be a waist of money?

The 240 would almost certainly be overkill, unless you're running 4xSLI or something crazy like that. You really only need 120mm per component, then add 240mm for good measure, even for the most extreme overclocks. Anything much beyond that is only going to add restriction to your flow.
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Originally Posted by Pierre3400 View Post

Thank you, now to find them in Europe, and in stock!

I installed my 480Monsta last night, and i am now getting ready to order the 420 for the top, and the 240mm for the side.

I want to use the 240mm, as a rad, that will handle the "hot" water. I want to run, 240mm, then into the 420mm in the top, and then back down to the 480 at the bottom, but I have a feeling that installing the 240 would be a waist?

I should be getting enough cooling from 1x 480 Monsta in push/pull and 1x 420 XT45 in push/pull??

Should i consider the 240 on the side with push/pull or would just be a waist of money?

Yes. You would have enough cooling with the one 480...
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