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i think the Koolant water to is decreasing




hopefully that doesn't mean i have leakage !!!


i noticed that when i pumped the HAMP FAN chart up (that's what asus aisuit calls it anyway since it's connected to the H-AMP header ) i got it down now with the silent fan profile
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i think the Koolant water to is decreasing




hopefully that doesn't mean i have leakage !!!


i noticed that when i pumped the HAMP FAN chart up (that's what asus aisuit calls it anyway since it's connected to the H-AMP header ) i got it down now with the silent fan profile

Does the level rise when your system is shut down? If so, it means that your coolant level is not topped up completely. Nothing to worry about so long as the pump doesn't run dry. If it does I would suggest firing it back up and adding some more coolant as well. thumb.gif

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i think the Koolant water to is decreasing


hopefully that doesn't mean i have leakage !!!


i noticed that when i pumped the HAMP FAN chart up (that's what asus aisuit calls it anyway since it's connected to the H-AMP header ) i got it down now with the silent fan profile

How old is the customized loop? If it is less than a month old, it could be air from the radiator, coolers and tubes that is slowly caught in the reservoir.
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Originally Posted by airisom2 View Post

It won't fit. Although the 360 could fit in the 600c, EK does not recommend bottom mounting their predator units.

The rosewill rise could work, but its not that much smaller than the define s. The DS is deeper while the rise is taller. It will support a predator 280 up top with room to spare and the predator 360 up front with both in at the same time. However, for the size, the DS is one of the most water coolers friendly cases out there.

Due to the thickness of these units, you're limited to larger mid tower cases and some full towers. Most mid towers only have clearance for slim aio rads (talking about top mounting), if that. You will have better chances finding a smaller case that can front mount the 280. Just remember to give yourself some room up top for the pump/res/tubing and up front for the graphics card(s).

Thanks for your reply. Mind I ask you if you know this from personal experience or is this speculation? If it's the latter I might just buy the case to try it out myself... But I would rather avoid that.

The Define S has a height of 451mm and can fit the Predator 360 in the front, where the Corsair 400C has a height of 464mm. So why wouldn't it fit given that it's even taller? frown.gif
Edited by HC1994 - 10/9/16 at 5:26pm
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Thanks for your reply. Mind I ask you if you know this from personal experience or is this speculation? If it's the latter I might just buy the case to try it out myself... But I would rather avoid that.

Take a look at one of my earlier posts in this thread. It shows the 280 up top. Im out of town for a couple days, but I'll post some measurements if you'd like when I can.
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Hi guys I'm going to switch my phanteks Evolv ATX to a full tower..so i can solve the airflow problem and I can add a radiator and a pump to the loop without problem.
Anyone with the Corsair 780T can confirm that the predator 360 fits on the top without problem? I would like to buy the EVGA dg87 because it's huge, but here in europe it's not avaiable at the moment biggrin.gif
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It will fit.
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I have horrible luck. Bought this used so unfortunately no warranty. The outlet on my radiator seems to be stripped and leaking so I might have to throw it out. I wonder if threadlocker tape would do anything Here is the video of the leak https://vid.me/9zSg

Could it simply be a bad o-ring on the compression fitting you have there?
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Could it simply be a bad o-ring on the compression fitting you have there?

Nope I have a pack of 50 o-rings for my bitspower fitting and still seems to leak with replacement. I believe the outlet may be stripped. I'm post a picture later
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Nope I have a pack of 50 o-rings for my bitspower fitting and still seems to leak with replacement. I believe the outlet may be stripped. I'm post a picture later

I'll wait for your picture thumb.gif

You could also check if the outlet wouldn't have a small fracture on it's side.
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