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I have a quick question, what CCFL inverters are you guys using for the Monsoon Lights???? I was browsing the web and didn't really find much, other than probably buy a CCFL kit and disregard the cathodes that comes with it.

I'm using this one.

That lamptron 8-bulb one is sweet, but I don't think you can get them anywhere anymore.
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I'm using this one.

That lamptron 8-bulb one is sweet, but I don't think you can get them anywhere anymore.

I would go with something like this or like the lamptron or an aluminum one.

I would not go with one of those kits and take the converter, long ago I had one of those cheap blue converters catch on fire and it also caught the wire connecting it on fire and blew my corsair power supply. The PSU shorted out and killed 2 hard drives as well. Corsair did RMA the PSU and gave me corsair credit for the hard drives so that was cool smile.gif.

When I say it caught on fire I mean it literally caught on fire there was a fire in my case and the wires melted! I am extremely cautious about CCFLs now, I was using 1 in my Frozen Q res with what I though was a better adapter, then after a bit it started to make shocking sounds when it was on I unhooked it and I am never using another CCFL period now.

However I do not think that the Frozen Q issue was the converter I think that was the CCFL as it has a strange design that leaves a wire exposed running down the bulb. Even still CCFLs scare me, LEDs are safer and dont require a converter. Anyway if you must use a CCFL, get a good converter.
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Does anyone know besides PPCs, can I buy these Monsoon MMRS from FrozenCPU site? Or FrozenCPU is having issue with business? That's what I heard last time.

There's an amazon store that has them as well, but the selection is limited... http://monsooncooling.com/ has a "WHERE TO BUY" section.
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With the right fittings you can actually screw them together due to their threaded M20 top ports.

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Hmm thats cool to know. I dont think thats what he did though is it? he has the bottom ports all lined up that would be some good luck lol if he did it with fittings. .


Haven't read much of the posts I missed.

But I haven't glued these together. That would be stupid as hell.

I used M20 > G1/4 and used fittings to stack them. So the water is running through them. As far as I am concerned, I am the first one to ever do this.
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There's an amazon store that has them as well, but the selection is limited... http://monsooncooling.com/ has a "WHERE TO BUY" section.

But do u know if FrozenCpu is still in business or is it not a good idea to buy from them?

I checked out that amazon store, they only have Monsoon fittings, they dont have any of the MMRS reservoir.
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Haven't read much of the posts I missed.

But I haven't glued these together. That would be stupid as hell.

I used M20 > G1/4 and used fittings to stack them. So the water is running through them. As far as I am concerned, I am the first one to ever do this.

But from the picture i dont see any gap between the 2 res? If you used m20 to g1/4 adapter, isnt there supposed to be a small gap? Any info would be appreciated. I really like your setup btw.
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But from the picture i dont see any gap between the 2 res? If you used m20 to g1/4 adapter, isnt there supposed to be a small gap? Any info would be appreciated. I really like your setup btw.


Hahah thanks wink.gif But it may be a secret? wink.gif

Well, I know XSPC sells their own M20 adapters. But mine is actually Pass-through fittings from Barrow (Same as Bitspower).


The Pass-through fittings are cut in half, or rather, 6mm removed and then mounted from the inside. When I cut the fittings it gives a 2.5mm deep on each side, which is a perfect room for a 5mm male to male fittings to mount them both together. I know, if you go for the real M20 adapters you will have a huge gap.


But to point out. The M20 don't really fit with the threads... You really have to use force to get them in. And they do have a seal ring on the inside. They works just fine smile.gif Really have to tight them though.



And as you can see in the front and the back. The back are in and outet with Monsoon 13/10 90 degrees. In the front they are modified - working as T. But as a matter of fact, the outlet is a false T because it's blocked on one side - the side facing the reservoir. The Inlet is a true T, half of the water, most of it is flowing through the reservoirs and the rest is coming through the long pipe beside the outlet smile.gif


Hope I may have cleared a few questions out. Just send me a PM otherwise smile.gif But it would not be so awesome if you copied my idea, then it wouldn't be unique anymore wink.gif
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Gonna hafta check my unused Chaingun fittings for acrylic collars it seems. thinking.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Check inside the flap (or do the stomp test on a spare). If you still have acrylic collars email me your shipping info and I can send some out to you.

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I promised some better pics once I cleaned up my wiring so I snapped a few. 3 more SP120's arriving today so the front radiator will be push/pull but other than that the rig is pretty much finished. I'm very satisified with the end product.

Thanks again to BoxGods for sending out a replacement TRP part so I could finish things up.

Pics of my new system (specs in my signature) (Click to show)

Well you can't argue with those results. VERY nice work sir!

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Ahhhh, man! I forgot about the adhesive shelf life. I got a crap load of fittings when hardline kits first came out

and because of my sons health issues I am just now finally able to get started on my projects. I knew I needed to replace the collars because they are the old style, guess I need to add some more adhesive to the list too.

Sorry to hear about your son. I hope he is doing better now. When you are ready to start your build email me and I can repolace your adhesive.

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Lamptron 8 Port CCFL Inverter


We are also working on aluminum 2 bulb and 4 bulb inverters similar to these. They will be finished in our Monsoon colors to match the MMRS reservoirs and our fittings. The PCB design is done and we are finishing up the extrusion designs. Should be shipping end of Feb. They will have black CCFL plugs, use a single SATA power plug (also black) and feature an optional plug in switch wire for a remote located switch.

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But do u know if FrozenCpu is still in business or is it not a good idea to buy from them?

I checked out that amazon store, they only have Monsoon fittings, they dont have any of the MMRS reservoir.

As far as I know Frozen CPU is gone. We have not shipped them an order or heard from them in a long time. I doubt we ever will as they owed us money when they went under.

Titan Rig on Amazon is slowly adding inventory as they grow. They add one of our lines every month or two so they will eventually have everything. Be patient with them as it is not cheap to build out a full modding store.
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Check inside the flap (or do the stomp test on a spare). If you still have acrylic collars email me your shipping info and I can send some out to you.
Well you can't argue with those results. VERY nice work sir!
Sorry to hear about your son. I hope he is doing better now. When you are ready to start your build email me and I can repolace your adhesive.
We are also working on aluminum 2 bulb and 4 bulb inverters similar to these. They will be finished in our Monsoon colors to match the MMRS reservoirs and our fittings. The PCB design is done and we are finishing up the extrusion designs. Should be shipping end of Feb. They will have black CCFL plugs, use a single SATA power plug (also black) and feature an optional plug in switch wire for a remote located switch.
As far as I know Frozen CPU is gone. We have not shipped them an order or heard from them in a long time. I doubt we ever will as they owed us money when they went under.

Titan Rig on Amazon is slowly adding inventory as they grow. They add one of our lines every month or two so they will eventually have everything. Be patient with them as it is not cheap to build out a full modding store.

Yea I would rather seeing a store like TitanRig on Amazon that has all the stuff that PPCs has, but has Free 1day or 2 day shipping from Amazon Prime is amazing.
And plus everytime I try to look up something on PPCs, it takes forever to load cause there is something serious wrong with their website.
Maybe you could give them a headup so more people can browse their store better.
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Hahah thanks wink.gif But it may be a secret? wink.gif

Well, I know XSPC sells their own M20 adapters. But mine is actually Pass-through fittings from Barrow (Same as Bitspower).


The Pass-through fittings are cut in half, or rather, 6mm removed and then mounted from the inside. When I cut the fittings it gives a 2.5mm deep on each side, which is a perfect room for a 5mm male to male fittings to mount them both together. I know, if you go for the real M20 adapters you will have a huge gap.


But to point out. The M20 don't really fit with the threads... You really have to use force to get them in. And they do have a seal ring on the inside. They works just fine smile.gif Really have to tight them though.



And as you can see in the front and the back. The back are in and outet with Monsoon 13/10 90 degrees. In the front they are modified - working as T. But as a matter of fact, the outlet is a false T because it's blocked on one side - the side facing the reservoir. The Inlet is a true T, half of the water, most of it is flowing through the reservoirs and the rest is coming through the long pipe beside the outlet smile.gif


Hope I may have cleared a few questions out. Just send me a PM otherwise smile.gif But it would not be so awesome if you copied my idea, then it wouldn't be unique anymore wink.gif

Well you got really lucky then with the threads lining up super perfect smile.gif very nice job thumb.gif Or did they not line up and you used orings ect to make them line up hehehe. I have seen all those kinds of monkey business as well smile.gif
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