So I'm 6 months into my build. Yep, 6. Procrastination and frustration, joy then some more letdowns because I didn't plan this well at all.
It's my first watercooling build, and threw myself in the deep end like most seem to do with their first attempts these days. I'm mostly happy with it so far, I just can't work out how to effectively plumb the remaining gap in my loop. As you can see from the photos, I'm left with very little room once the top panel is on. The radiator and fans leave hardly any room to move. I was looking to go out to the right from the reservoir top, then up, then back in and meet up with the 90 degree rotary I have attached to the radiator to complete the loop. The dual multi-link fittings are too big for the right hand turn and straight up to occur. I've considered going all the way out to the front panel and up and back, but I was hoping to finish it with the fittings I have left over. I will consider an extra fitting or two to complete this, I'm just not quite sure which would be appropriate to keep the last section relatively compact without coming over too far to the right. Also, I've a 1/2"-3/4" fitting to attach to the reservoir top in order to use soft tubing to fill the loop. Removing it once the loop is filled looks pretty impossible at this stage.
Was hoping for some advice and pointers, please. I've been without my PC for 6 months and I really want to complete this as soon as I can. Cheers
http://imgur.com/a/fZ5Y4Edited by Benoweapon - 10/10/15 at 12:07am