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post #1891 of 2739
Quote:
Originally Posted by ras2a View Post

Hi Gavrook,

Would you mind sharing a couple of pics of your build?

I'm also upgrading my system with water cooling and like the look of the NZXT kraken 31

thanks a lot
ras

Sure! have uploaded a few pics here http://imgur.com/a/Mdo7M

Tried attaching them to a post but kept getting an error
post #1892 of 2739
Ok here's the finish product change some of the loop and added bleed and fill port also SF600 Corsair
Stable Now
I5 6600k oc to 4.5 Max Load OC 50 REF 43 Idle 30
GTX 1080 OC +150 (2050) Max Load OC 54 REF 45 Idle 35

Watercooling Parts ALL EK + Some XSPC T Fit

What do u guys Think
This would be the hardest part of my watercooling project because of the size limitation.











Edited by S3MS3M - 7/26/16 at 8:31pm
post #1893 of 2739
Quote:
Originally Posted by S3MS3M View Post

Ok here's the finish product change some of the loop and added bleed and fill port also SF600 Corsair
Stable Now
I5 6600k oc to 4.5 Max Load OC 50 REF 43 Idle 30
GTX 1080 OC +150 (2050) Max Load OC 54 REF 45 Idle 35

Were the components stressed separately?

Can you run x264 and Valley together and see how the loop holds up please?
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post #1894 of 2739
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Originally Posted by S3MS3M View Post

Ok here's the finish product change some of the loop and added bleed and fill port also SF600 Corsair
Stable Now
I5 6600k oc to 4.5 Max Load OC 50 REF 43 Idle 30
GTX 1080 OC +150 (2050) Max Load OC 54 REF 45 Idle 35

Watercooling Parts ALL EK + Some XSPC T Fit

What do u guys Think
This would be the hardest part of my watercooling project because of the size limitation.

Lovely!

I've got a EK full cover GPU plate incoming, and your build is an inspiration to me especially how the pump is mounted.

Can you tell us how do you bleed/fill this loop? With both T pieces open and slowly drip fill using a syringe I guess? It looks pretty hard.
post #1895 of 2739
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Were the components stressed separately?

Can you run x264 and Valley together and see how the loop holds up please?

The temp I gave u tested using just heaven benchmark and no cpu stress test mainly because using this pc for gaming so no point on stressing both
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Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

Lovely!

I've got a EK full cover GPU plate incoming, and your build is an inspiration to me especially how the pump is mounted.

Can you tell us how do you bleed/fill this loop? With both T pieces open and slowly drip fill using a syringe I guess? It looks pretty hard.

For Filling and bleeding using the T fit close the GPU because it will be on the INLET of the Pump, bleed about 3 hours just open the T fit and put the tubing as a temp reservoir and yes using syringe for filling up. Draining using the T fit close to the rad in outlet of the pump. ( FYI: make sure using T fit on the inlet of the pump if u are using the T fit on the pump outlet it will not bleed even the pump running overnight )
post #1896 of 2739
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The temp I gave u tested using just heaven benchmark and no cpu stress test mainly because using this pc for gaming so no point on stressing both

Could you do it for me please?

I have an i7 with a Nano, and usually leave 2-4 cores for rendering while playing a game, so I just want to see how viable a 120mm rad is in this particular scenario.
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post #1897 of 2739
Will I have any problem to fit H80i v2 in this case? With Asus Z170I Pro Gaming motherboard. And SFX powersupply.
I realise I cant have push/pull configure but only 1 fan should work right?
Edited by Nagel - 7/27/16 at 7:58pm
post #1898 of 2739
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Originally Posted by Nagel View Post

Will I have any problem to fit H80i v2 in this case? With Asus Z170I Pro Gaming motherboard. And SFX powersupply.
I realise I cant have push/pull configure but only 1 fan should work right?

max clearance is 90mm

that radiator is 49mm thick + 25 fan + 25 fan = 99mm
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post #1899 of 2739
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max clearance is 90mm

that radiator is 49mm thick + 25 fan + 25 fan = 99mm
should be alright then with 1 fan, 74mm.

Thanks,
post #1900 of 2739
just did what u said the cpu using prime 95 also heaven benchmark. The Temp raised pretty fast and end up to

CPU OC 4.5 CORE +1.275 MAX LOAD 60
GPU OC VCORE +150 MAX LOAD 65

Streesed Test One Hour Prime 95 blend Mode and Heaven continues benchmark
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