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Originally Posted by Iceman2733 View Post

if you connected the pump directly to the motherboard the light on the board won't matter the motherboard will be powering the pump. Try connecting the pump and one of the fans to the motherboard and see what happens. If u do this and what u plugged into the motherboard still does not work u have other issues.


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It is true doh.gif

Anyway, I did stored everything in the package. I will request a change of unit because my EK Predator 360 v1.1 has 5 days and doesn't work the Predator pump hub or the pump.


Thanks for all!
post #3492 of 6954
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Originally Posted by ZaRMaN View Post

It is true doh.gif

Anyway, I did stored everything in the package. I will request a change of unit because my EK Predator 360 v1.1 has 5 days and doesn't work the Predator pump hub or the pump.


Thanks for all!

Sorry about that frown.gif

But you're right....you shouldn't have had those problems
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Once you swap of add components that aren't on QDC's, the Predator becomes custom and need maintenance cycle of a custom loop so yes once a year.

So a 240mm QDC with an attached 980ti QDC waterblock addon should get maintenance when?
post #3494 of 6954
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So a 240mm QDC with an attached 980ti QDC waterblock addon should get maintenance when?

Why adding another component making the Predator maintenance from 2-3 years to a yearly cycle ?
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Also, if I buy the Supremecy EVO cpu block separately for the 2011-V3 socket, do I have to change out the Jetblade inside the block ? Or it should come preinstalled? thx.

Also, did you guys change the design of the O-ring inside the block? Cause I remember the original Supremacy EVO was really hard to take out and put back on the Oring and there were 2 O-rings back then. Am I correct? thx.
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Yes you can add a second 240 if you want....on the temps amelioration, that I don't know....probably 2-3 degrees I don't know.

Once you swap of add components that aren't on QDC's, the Predator becomes custom and need maintenance cycle of a custom loop so yes once a year.

Does that also include just upgrading the CPU Block and nothing else? Since it will become a closed loop again once everything is tighten securely.
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Originally Posted by Cube Rhino View Post

So a 240mm QDC with an attached 980ti QDC waterblock addon should get maintenance when?

not until probably 3 years

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Why adding another component making the Predator maintenance from 2-3 years to a yearly cycle ?

Because that addition implies that you will have to flush the Predator and refill it. It then become the same as if you would have bought a kit to do the loop yourself. And of course that you're entitled to maintain it on a yearly basis.

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Also, if I buy the Supremecy EVO cpu block separately for the 2011-V3 socket, do I have to change out the Jetblade inside the block ? Or it should come preinstalled? thx.

Also, did you guys change the design of the O-ring inside the block? Cause I remember the original Supremacy EVO was really hard to take out and put back on the Oring and there were 2 O-rings back then. Am I correct? thx.

For the 2011-v3, we recommended the insert I2 and the jet plate J3...so yes you would have to open your EVO to switch the insert and the jet plate.

On the non-EVO Supremacy there was 2 o-rings but on the Supremacy EVO there's only one. Nothing has changed since the release of the EVO.

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Does that also include just upgrading the CPU Block and nothing else? Since it will become a closed loop again once everything is tighten securely.

Yes because you'll have to flush and refill your Predator.
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Would the updated 1.1 backplate work with ASRock X99E-ITX/ac LGA 2011-v3 motherboard? I believe its the narrow type socket.
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(...)

The only possible way to do this is by not connecting everything on the hub of the Predator. So for example you keep the fans on the hub but connect your pump directly on the motherboard on another PWM header.

(...)

If I wanted to run the pump independently from the fans, could I connect it to a DC fan header on the motherboard instead? I have a Maximus VI Hero, so only two of the five fan headers are PWM capable, CPU_FAN and CPU_OPT, and the latter just replicates the fan profile of the former.
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Yes because you'll have to flush and refill your Predator.

Maybe I'm just not getting it, But your suppose to flush & reill the system out every three years. Wouldn't it just be the same? Or am I missing something here? How would it go from three to every year? Since the tubing, liquid, etc... are all the same.
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