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post #21 of 30
If you have the res and pump set up like that I hope you have the correct acrylic piece in res two so the pump can draw water from res 2. It's kind of an awkward way to set it up with the pump in slot two and the return connect to res 1. It will either make the pump more likely to run dry it make the system harder to bleed.

Also, when filling any system never just let pumps run.
Edited by Jakusonfire - 9/21/14 at 11:06am
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post #22 of 30
Thread Starter 
Not much progress while looking for a replacement pump so here's some shots.





Before anyone asks why the screws on the rad are not tightened, the fan frame rattles a lot if they are tightened too much.
Edited by dodgethis - 9/22/14 at 3:48am
post #23 of 30
Nice! Have you replaced the Jetplate with a J2 one? The J2 Jetplate is specifically for the LGA1150 socket (offers better temps for them).
post #24 of 30
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Yep, I have replaced the jetplate. Thankfully, EK made a notch to make it easy to tell which jetplate is which.... Otherwise we would be measuring until the end of the time...
post #25 of 30
Thread Starter 
Project's on hold due to some family stuff.
post #26 of 30
Thread Starter 
The build is back on track. I've secured a second hand TH10 for a nice price smile.gif Using the build to take my mind off a lot of things...
post #27 of 30
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Planned out the build in the TH10, reusing the rads I have currently. The rads in the model are not representative of what I actually have.

The 480mm at the top was bought by accident, thinking that it was an RX480 but was an EX480. I didn't read the description properly. Hell, for SGD50, I ain't complaining.
Edited by dodgethis - 11/19/14 at 8:22am
post #28 of 30
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Got a bunch of BP single and dual EMLs at a good price. The seller gave me 5 m worth of tubing for free too!
post #29 of 30
Looking good smile.gif
post #30 of 30
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I just went by the seller's office and picked up the TH10. It's one thing to measure out the dimensions and 'fit' it to your desk. It's another thing to see it in person!

The owner speced out XXL windows on both sides with an extended 39mm top.



Test-fitted my EX360 at the bottom of the case and my Koolance bay res at the lowest 5.25" bay area. The thing is cavernous! The EX360 was a tight fit in the Phantom and I had so much space in the TH10! I'm rather surprised at the amount of offset the rad mounting has. I think I'm going to get a thicker rad for the later upgrade!


The PSU side of things. I'm going to need another HDD mount for what I have planned


For scale, I put the TH10 next to what my rig is currently on. The white thing's a Flexbay 360mm rad mount. Got it off iBored.




Too bloody awesome! And the seller threw in the delivery since he was heading the same direction!

I think I am going to have to restart my build log for this bad boy!
Edited by dodgethis - 12/10/14 at 7:13am
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