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Hey guys,

I know that's gonna sound crazy, but I don't see it working another way. Since I am doing an SLI, I read somewhere that individual loops are recommended. Well that's alright - I get 2 reservoirs and 2 pumps...for the pumps, it's ok, I know where I can place them, but for the reservoirs I am not sure if they will fit.

So I decided to get small-medium size reservoirs - Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 80 Inline Reservoir - Ice Red Do you think I can put 2 of them one on top of each other? I will just leave a enough place just for the tube to go in (for the res below the other one). I do not want to have any bay reservoirs, sorry if that's your suggestion, no ty.

Just for you to know, my top radiator (80mm thick) will be external and since it will be in a push/pull configuration, 3 of the fans will be inside the case. I will use the holes in the back for the tubes to pass in. There will also be one 60mm thick rad on the front in a push/pull configuration (I will remove the front panel and leave the fans open with the filter in front) and one rad on the rear side (45mm thick) with only pull configuration.

The top 360mm (exhaust) rad and the rear 140mm (air in) will be used for SLI loop and the front 280mm rad (air in) will be used for my CPU loop. I hope this is enough surface area to cool the 3 components.

Suggest another place where I can put those reservoirs. The case is 750D. If you need my component list, say. smile.gif
Edited by whiteskymage - 4/24/14 at 12:37pm
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Where did you read that individual loops were recomended? There are very few situations where I would recomend that... Just because you are running SLI doesnt mean you need 2 loops.
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1 loop is so much simpler and easier + CHEAPER thumb.gif

I'm using a Bayres + DDC pump on Cpu and 2 GPUs + 2 x 240mm rads thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by BadDad62 View Post

1 loop is so much simpler and easier + CHEAPER thumb.gif

I'm using a Bayres + DDC pump on Cpu and 2 GPUs + 2 x 240mm rads thumb.gif

Ok, so what do you think for those parts?
Waterblocks: RayStorm CPU WaterBlock + 5mm Red LEDs
GPU WaterBlock EK-FC870 GTX <<< still not out yet biggrin.gif
Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 280mm (60mm thick);
Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 360mm (80mm thick);
Alphacool NexXxoS UT45 Full Copper 140mm (45mm thick)
Reservoir: Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Ice Red
Pump: Swiftech MCP655 12V Pump
Fittings: (x16) Bitspower G1/4 Thread 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Compression Fitting +
(x1) Koolance Dual VID Connector - Adjustable 2-3 Slot Spacing – Black
Tube: PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ (3/8"ID; 5/8"OD)15,9 / 9,5mm - Bloodshed Red
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Edited by whiteskymage - 4/25/14 at 7:00am
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Ok, so what do you think for those parts?
Waterblocks: RayStorm CPU WaterBlock + 5mm Red LEDs
GPU WaterBlock EK-FC870 GTX <<< still not out yet biggrin.gif
Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 280mm (60mm thick);
Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 360mm (80mm thick);
Alphacool NexXxoS UT45 Full Copper 140mm (45mm thick)
Reservoir: Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Ice Red
Pump: Swiftech MCP655 12V Pump
Fittings: (x16) Bitspower G1/4 Thread 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Compression Fitting +
(x1) Koolance Dual VID Connector - Adjustable 2-3 Slot Spacing – Black
Tube: PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ (3/8"ID; 5/8"OD)15,9 / 9,5mm - Bloodshed Red
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Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound 3.5 Grams with ArctiClean 60 ML Kit;
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looks like you've got it covered pretty well thumb.gif

Some more help/guidance here thumb.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1430077/corsair-750d-owners-club
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Originally Posted by BadDad62 View Post

1 loop is so much simpler and easier + CHEAPER thumb.gif

I'm using a Bayres + DDC pump on Cpu and 2 GPUs + 2 x 240mm rads thumb.gif

This ^

The increased cooling capacity of having all the rads in one loop will make it more effective at cooling. I have 2 gpus and a cpu in a loop (750d also) and i have a 360mm and 240 and get very decent temps even when im using prime and gpu benchmarking.

Id only use separate loops for asthetics or if you have a very restrictive loop and dont want to use a second pump in the same loop.
    
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looks like you've got it covered pretty well thumb.gif

Some more help/guidance here thumb.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1430077/corsair-750d-owners-club

Thanks for the guide. Now I made a small plan of my case. Here is it:


I have a small question about this. As you can see, I have one hard drive cage already removed because of the 60mm thick radiator on the front. I will remove the front plastic plate with "Corsair" logo and leave the fans open with dust filter in front. Do you think I can move the rad a bit up (shown in the guide with 140mm fans on front) so that I can mount 2 120mm fans on the bottom, below the 280mm rad. In that case I can use my rear fan for exhaust (right now on the picture it's for intake). However if I do that, then I might need to move the other cage behind the front radiator as well and I am not sure where am I going to put it. As you can see, I got my HDD and SSD in that 1 cage - there is no problem for me having the SSD on the back however, where would I screw that HDD since it's mechanical and it's easy to damage if I don't have it somewhere tight. Do you think I can mount it somewhere in the back like the SSD or should I keep that cage on top of the fan or maybe put only one fan below the front radiator? One thing to note - I want my case to have a positive air pressure if possible (more air to go in than out) so that there is less dust being attracted smile.gif
Edited by whiteskymage - 4/26/14 at 6:45am
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Thanks for the guide. Now I made a small plan of my case. Here is it:


I have a small question about this. As you can see, I have one hard drive cage already removed because of the 60mm thick radiator on the front. Do you think I can move the rad a bit up so that I can mount 2 120mm fans on the bottom ,so that I can use my rear fan for exhaust (right now on the picture it's for intake). However if I do that, then I might need to move the other cage behind the front radiator as well and I am not sure where am I going to put it. As you can see, I got my HDD and SSD in that 1 cage - there is no problem for me having the SSD on the back however, where would I screw that HDD since it's mechanical and it's easy to damage if I don't have it somewhere tight. Do you think I can mount it somewhere in the back like the SSD or should I keep that cage on top of the fan or maybe put only one fan below the front radiator?
That looks good i put my ssd in the ssd mounts and used a 5.25 to 3.5 bay adapter but i can see you dont have the real estate to do that. I have seen guys mount theirs behind the motherboard tray using industrial double sided tape/velcro. I actually use the industrial velcro to hold my res.
    
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Ok, so what do you think for those parts?
Waterblocks: RayStorm CPU WaterBlock + 5mm Red LEDs
GPU WaterBlock EK-FC870 GTX <<< still not out yet biggrin.gif
Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 280mm (60mm thick);
Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 360mm (80mm thick);
Alphacool NexXxoS UT45 Full Copper 140mm (45mm thick)
Reservoir: Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Ice Red
Pump: Swiftech MCP655 12V Pump
Fittings: (x16) Bitspower G1/4 Thread 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Compression Fitting +
(x1) Koolance Dual VID Connector - Adjustable 2-3 Slot Spacing – Black
Tube: PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ (3/8"ID; 5/8"OD)15,9 / 9,5mm - Bloodshed Red
Thermal Compounds & Liquid Solution:
Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound 3.5 Grams with ArctiClean 60 ML Kit;
Distilled Water + KillCoil
Fans:
(x4, x6) BitFenix Spectre Pro PWM 140mm+120mm Case Fans Max. 26.1-29.2 dBA
BitFenix Spectre LED PWM 140mm Case Fan Max. 24 dBA
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how much of this do you already have?
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That looks good i put my ssd in the ssd mounts and used a 5.25 to 3.5 bay adapter but i can see you dont have the real estate to do that. I have seen guys mount theirs behind the motherboard tray using industrial double sided tape/velcro. I actually use the industrial velcro to hold my res.

Yeah, that was what I was saying that I can mount the SSDs behind the motherboard tray and also i don't need the tape, i there is a tray where I can mount them and screw them... However the HDD is the biggest problem - where do I mount it if I have to remove that only one cage?
Do you think I can install those fans on the bottom or there is no place?



That's the other option I have...
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