Originally Posted by erayser
I've been trying to keep up with this thread. Last thing I read, you were getting a replacement 480 rad. From what you have... you have more than enough remaining rads to cool your CPU and test that GPU PCI-e slot. However, you are using acrylic tubing. Would be a lot simpler to do it with plain soft tubing and barbs.
plasticizer was worrying me and it was kind of fun getting done, though I admit it would have been much easier w/ tubing...
Originally Posted by skupples
would love to know how many of those people actually use said system. My guess is 5-10% of them. I notice many people in that thread pushing topics which they have only ever read about. Sure, the air test can work, if PSI is low enough. If it's too high, boom there goes your parts. I think i'll stick to my pump & filter bucket for cleaning & testing.
isn't that the end of the 8x slot? No pins in that part of the board, if it is...
thats slot 3 so its a x16 sadly...
SOMEONE labeled the LED's wrong, RED = Blue what the hay it's the 2nd time jeez I'm NOT taking the GPU's back out...just combining w/ RED single LED's and it's making somewhat purple ==;;
anyways leaktesting, so far nothing bad no leaks, though soon as I close up the fill port the water line drops slightly, but if I take it off to put more it in auto rises...hmm air pressure? Tips?
Also need to fill the res tomorrow, not enough Distilled left, this things running more than 2 gallons atm and can still take more..Edited by LunaP - 1/14/14 at 10:46pm