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post #1 of 9
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hi all,

i'm looking to upgrade and get a nice waterblock for my 780ti and eventually another waterblock for a second 780ti

I already have:

2x D5's
1x AX240 rad
1x Raystorm (full copper)

this is what i'm looking to add,

1x XSPC RX480 V3 /w 4x Corsair SP120 Quiet edition @ 1450RPM
1x XSPC Razor GTX titan/780/780ti waterblock
1x XSPC Photon 270 tube resevoir
2x Alphacool D5 tops
14x Monsoon 1/2 ID - 3/4 OD Compression fittings and 4 meters of primochill hose

this is what it should look like, I would like to know whether anyone has thoughts or additions to it:thumb:





thanks in advance
post #2 of 9
as long as pumps below reservior you should be fine

oh forgot, get one of these from somewhere
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16783/ex-tub-1362/Aquacomputer_Pressure_Equalization_Membrane_G14_Thread_-_Flat_Version_53137.html?tl=c101s1382b200&id=nXj73Wmj


i found it helps prevent seal leaks , the loop can get too prssurized if allot of heat in fluid.
Edited by Maximization - 4/15/14 at 6:07am
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post #3 of 9
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both of them? I thought I'd use the lower one to get the loop started and connect the upper one once the loop is filled properly?

EDIT: is it possible to have a pump in a loop for a short time without actually having it turned on?
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both of them? I thought I'd use the lower one to get the loop started and connect the upper one once the loop is filled properly?

EDIT: is it possible to have a pump in a loop for a short time without actually having it turned on?

my opinion is always have gravity feed to pumps, so the risk of burnout is low, i don't know about an off pump, restriction would be great, if the computer is on , the pumps should be on.
Edited by Maximization - 4/15/14 at 6:12am
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post #5 of 9
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hmm okay... I mean once it's been bled, i'd turn the other pump on so it won't harm the flowrate, I meant having one on the upper side but having it turned of to prevent burning the pump:thumb:
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hmm okay... I mean once it's been bled, i'd turn the other pump on so it won't harm the flowrate, I meant having one on the upper side but having it turned of to prevent burning the pump:thumb:

sounds feasable, someone else will have to advise with a dual pump, i always used one, i am inclined to think a flow meter and liquid level sensor, in case fluid level goes low, the top pump might go dry when on. I only use a flow meter, my pump is all the way at the bottom in a modified mountain mods base pedestal.
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yeah
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post #9 of 9
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There's yet another question though, will xspc d5's meaning the ones coming from this bayres fit on the plexi tops I picked?

http://www.xs-pc.com/water-pumps/twin-d5-dual-bay-reservoirpump-combo
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