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post #1851 of 7180
The custom loop with Predator 240 as core was completed so I upload some photos.

Added parts are as follows:
*EK-CoolStream SE 360
*EK-FB ASUS R5E Monoblock
*EK-FC780 GTX Classy(2 pcs) for 980Ti Classified 2SLI
*EK-RES X3 110

Case: corsair air 540







If the thickness of the 360 size radiator is thicker than CoolStream SE, HDD bay in front of the case will probably become unusable.



Front fans are outside the case.


It is nearly the same as full custom loop, this is the first time to build a liquid cooling system(not AIO) for me.

I am very satisfied.
Thank you for a good product smile.gif
post #1852 of 7180
Temps?
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post #1853 of 7180
Quote:
Originally Posted by Howdy View Post

The custom loop with Predator 240 as core was completed so I upload some photos.

Added parts are as follows:
*EK-CoolStream SE 360
*EK-FB ASUS R5E Monoblock
*EK-FC780 GTX Classy(2 pcs) for 980Ti Classified 2SLI
*EK-RES X3 110

Case: corsair air 540







If the thickness of the 360 size radiator is thicker than CoolStream SE, HDD bay in front of the case will probably become unusable.



Front fans are outside the case.


It is nearly the same as full custom loop, this is the first time to build a liquid cooling system(not AIO) for me.

I am very satisfied.
Thank you for a good product smile.gif

Awesome setup you have there! Respect thumb.gif
post #1854 of 7180
Hmm... i cant remove fittings from tubes. Is it permanently mounted or what?
Edited by DyndaS - 10/29/15 at 7:01am
post #1855 of 7180
We pretty much confirmed it earlier. To be fair, there isn't any real reason to remove the fittings from the tube other than to shorten the tube, but three of us tried without any results earlier.
Its a closed loop product, so fair enough.
post #1856 of 7180
@Nilla09,Thank you for the info smile.gif
post #1857 of 7180
@Nilla09, Great pictures! That is a sweet build !
post #1858 of 7180
Quote:
Originally Posted by Howdy View Post

The custom loop with Predator 240 as core was completed so I upload some photos.

Added parts are as follows:
*EK-CoolStream SE 360
*EK-FB ASUS R5E Monoblock
*EK-FC780 GTX Classy(2 pcs) for 980Ti Classified 2SLI
*EK-RES X3 110

Case: corsair air 540







If the thickness of the 360 size radiator is thicker than CoolStream SE, HDD bay in front of the case will probably become unusable.



Front fans are outside the case.


It is nearly the same as full custom loop, this is the first time to build a liquid cooling system(not AIO) for me.

I am very satisfied.
Thank you for a good product smile.gif


nice build!!

where can i get that clip for your gpu wires?
post #1859 of 7180
After 45 years of experience manuals are no longer needed. He posted here a hundred times yet could not watch a video to find out that the screws may not work on some mb's.

The temp diff comes from a bad mount and this 45 years of exp should have made him realize that.

Call a pro installer next time.
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Originally Posted by ZWingerRyRy View Post

Not to doubt your claim of experience, if true. Everything you have posted has been complete garble and misinformation. Much of it not even relating to the topic of this post especially when you started posting your ssd scores in a vendor's product thread I was surprised you weren't booted then. Considering you had to cut anything to install a AIO that someone with no experience would of read the actual manual first to know that some of the X99 boards require a different set of screws to install it. Common man teaching.gif
post #1860 of 7180
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

nice build!!

where can i get that clip for your gpu wires?
they are called combs you can find them several places here is one and might I add a good guy to deal with

https://mainframecustom.com/shop/cable-management/lc-stealth-cable-combs/

These aren't clip on they are for when you sleeve your psu cables...you must unpin and repin your cable and they must be prior diameter to work properly

Edit here are clip on versions
http://www.performance-pcs.com/cablemod-cable-combs-4-28-slot-clear.html

Diameter is still important here if you need a different size a google search for gpu comb and the size you need might bet you better results
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 10/29/15 at 9:21am
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