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A little addition to the Secondary loop...... I basically made a bridge from the RAM block to where the Main PSU Block will start. It saves some of the UV Green 3/8" Hose, and it added a nice custom touch to it by being lit up and the tube is also a little UV Reactive, it was taken from a Green cold cathode. biggrin.gif












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If your talking about the VRAM/VRM copper blocks that were shown earlier they are made by Koolance and they are really small. The come in 90 degree and 45 degree barb versions and there only 1/4" so fitting that in a two slot spacing is pretty easy...

Yeah sorry... I went back and read the post on page 5 about it, I understand now. Should of done that first. tongue.gif

Also, loving that green. thumb.gif
post #113 of 318
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More progress.... I really wish I had the third GPU block but I have it set up and ready for it when I get it! Im doing the back end of the 3/8" Loop since I cant do the front side until I get the main PSU in. Im digging the UV look! biggrin.gif






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I am lovin this more and more. I am not the biggest fan of anti-kink coils if not needed, but it still looks great
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Apologies in advance if this has already been mentioned, but do you plan on polishing the blocks or do you plan on keeping them frosted? I vote for clear/polished blocks. smile.gif
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How does that light work ?

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I am lovin this more and more. I am not the biggest fan of anti-kink coils if not needed, but it still looks great

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Apologies in advance if this has already been mentioned, but do you plan on polishing the blocks or do you plan on keeping them frosted? I vote for clear/polished blocks. smile.gif

Frosty for now!

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Frosty for now!
Cool. Looking forward to future updates. thumb.gif
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Cool. Looking forward to future updates. thumb.gif

Im getting there, Im trying to finish the main loop now. I decided to go from two separate main loops to one big one with a RAD in between, the higher flowrate should make a huge difference!

So the new setup goes:

Pump to CPU

CPU out to RAD #1

RAD #1 to SLI GPUs in Parallel

SLI GPUs out to Regular GPU

Regular GPU out to RAD #2

RAD# Return to RES




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