Overclock.net › Forums › Case Mods & Cases › Computer Cases › *OFFICIAL* Parvum Systems Owners Club
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

*OFFICIAL* Parvum Systems Owners Club - Page 207

post #2061 of 5307
Quote:
Originally Posted by MikeMK View Post

Well... my ATX build is done at last biggrin.gif

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Build log with more pics:


http://www.overclock.net/t/1563305/project-fortis-parvum-atx-build/70#post_24453301

Excellent job. thumb.gif
post #2062 of 5307
Agreed, looks awesome buddy.

J.
post #2063 of 5307
Quote:
Originally Posted by orvils View Post

Fittings for all the angled adapters and drain port are from Barrow. They are very similar to bitspower from what I have read.
For drain valve fittings are following(starting from the pump) :
90 degree angled
Dual male adapter
3 way adapter
Dual male adapter
Drain valve
Stop plug


Sent from my LG-D802 using Tapatalk

Thanks Orvils, I'm all sorted now. I couldn't find a few of the Barrow fittings and the only site I found that stocks them was a HK-based site.

I ended up buying an XSPC m-m adapter, Aqua Computer ball valve and EKWB plug. Slight mish-mash but after spraying (low stock meant I couldn't be picky) black they look nice and fit the rest of the build.

Still waiting on my Parvum case - the last piece of the puzzle - before I can finally build.
post #2064 of 5307
Quote:
Originally Posted by Thunor View Post


Thanks Orvils, I'm all sorted now. I couldn't find a few of the Barrow fittings and the only site I found that stocks them was a HK-based site.

I ended up buying an XSPC m-m adapter, Aqua Computer ball valve and EKWB plug. Slight mish-mash but after spraying (low stock meant I couldn't be picky) black they look nice and fit the rest of the build.

Still waiting on my Parvum case - the last piece of the puzzle - before I can finally build.

Nice. I bought 90 and 45 degree Barrow adapters from eBay.co.uk and all the other Barrow fittings from AliExpress. Took a few weeks to arrive from China but I wasn't in hurry.

On the side note. I had some free time on my hands so I assembled and filled my loop. Works great. Cpu idles at around 25-30C depending on ambient. And under load it goes to max 55c. This is with fans running at lowest possible rpm (around 450).
Will post some pics once I will finish my setup.

Sent from my LG-D802 using Tapatalk
post #2065 of 5307
Quote:
Originally Posted by Thunor View Post

Thanks Orvils, I'm all sorted now. I couldn't find a few of the Barrow fittings and the only site I found that stocks them was a HK-based site.

I ended up buying an XSPC m-m adapter, Aqua Computer ball valve and EKWB plug. Slight mish-mash but after spraying (low stock meant I couldn't be picky) black they look nice and fit the rest of the build.

Still waiting on my Parvum case - the last piece of the puzzle - before I can finally build.

ModMyMods apparently has a large selection of narrows fittings.
JägerWulfe
(19 items)
 
 
Gigadestroyer
(13 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i7-4770K Gigabyte Z87X-OC MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G Golden Edition G.Skill Triden-X 16GB DDR3-2400 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate 2TB SATA3 Maxtor 2TB Black LG DVD-RW Cryorig R1 ultimate 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit BenQ VP2210 BenQ VP2210 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
EVGA SuperNova 1000G2 NZXT Phantom 820 Black Roccat Nyth Steel Series Worgen 
AudioAudioAudio
JDS Labs O2 + ODAC Rev.B AKG K712 Audio Technica ATH-M50X 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 3770k Maximus V Formula EVGA GTX 780 Classified Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866MHz 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Kingston 64GB SSDnow 200 CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 240 Windows 7 64 Bit Dell E2213H 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 v2 EVGA 1000w G2 Open Bench Table Corsair M95 
Mouse Pad
3' wide battle mat 
  hide details  
Reply
JägerWulfe
(19 items)
 
 
Gigadestroyer
(13 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i7-4770K Gigabyte Z87X-OC MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G Golden Edition G.Skill Triden-X 16GB DDR3-2400 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate 2TB SATA3 Maxtor 2TB Black LG DVD-RW Cryorig R1 ultimate 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit BenQ VP2210 BenQ VP2210 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
EVGA SuperNova 1000G2 NZXT Phantom 820 Black Roccat Nyth Steel Series Worgen 
AudioAudioAudio
JDS Labs O2 + ODAC Rev.B AKG K712 Audio Technica ATH-M50X 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 3770k Maximus V Formula EVGA GTX 780 Classified Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866MHz 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Kingston 64GB SSDnow 200 CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 240 Windows 7 64 Bit Dell E2213H 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 v2 EVGA 1000w G2 Open Bench Table Corsair M95 
Mouse Pad
3' wide battle mat 
  hide details  
Reply
post #2066 of 5307
Good call on ModMyMods, but I wanted it quickly and I'm in England like Orvils.

Here's a pic of the m-m, valve and plug after I sprayed them black.

post #2067 of 5307
Quote:
Originally Posted by Thunor View Post

Good call on ModMyMods, but I wanted it quickly and I'm in England like Orvils.

Here's a pic of the m-m, valve and plug after I sprayed them black.


have you tried http://www.highflow.nl/aansluitingen/fittingen/coolforce/ thumb.gif
post #2068 of 5307
Hey guys.

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 smile.gif

http://imgur.com/a/fZ5Y4
Edited by Benoweapon - 10/10/15 at 12:07am
post #2069 of 5307
It looks very nice you are going to have to do a custom bend there ... its really not that hard ... get a longer piece of acrylic tube ... buy the silicon insert that fits snugly ... heat it up and bend away.
post #2070 of 5307
Without access to any tools that would help me to bend tubing, I was hoping to not have to buy a kit in order to complete the last bit. It would look very clean, how cheap do you think I could get it done for?

I've also just come across this fitting which may work..

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Barrow-180-Degree-5-Way-Rotary-Snake-Fitting-Adapter-G1-4-Thread-M-to-F-Black-/191308363204?hash=item2c8addf5c4

Screw a G1/4 multi-link into the female end then complete the loop by meeting up with the existing rotary fitting in the reservoir.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Computer Cases
Overclock.net › Forums › Case Mods & Cases › Computer Cases › *OFFICIAL* Parvum Systems Owners Club