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What did you think of the FDP cap and will it co under the top cover or on the outside? I am also curious what the distance is from the bottom of the bottom cap to the top of the divider shelf?
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post #2673 of 4504
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Woot for ruffhi biggrin.gif

What did you think of the FDP cap and will it co under the top cover or on the outside? I am also curious what the distance is from the bottom of the bottom cap to the top of the divider shelf?

The FDP cap makes the whole set up very stable. It locks everything together. This is good for stability but bad if I need to strip it down.

I haven't filled the loop yet so that part of the 'what do you think of the FDP cap' remains outstanding.

The S5 CaseLabs case has internal and external covers. The pictures shown are without the outer shell. My top has a window (as do both sides) so you will see the white on black at the top and good vision of the reservoir at the sides.

The distance of the little 'foot' is 33mm. It is spanned by the thread part of a Barrow pass-through (I put the pass-through in 'up side down'), a 5mm male to male, a 15mm extension and a 7.5mm extension (~6 + 5 + 15 + 7.5 = 32.5mm).

The cap at the bottom is a 3-port cap.
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The FDP cap makes the whole set up very stable. It locks everything together. This is good for stability but bad if I need to strip it down.

I haven't filled the loop yet so that part of the 'what do you think of the FDP cap' remains outstanding.

The S5 CaseLabs case has internal and external covers. The pictures shown are without the outer shell. My top has a window (as do both sides) so you will see the white on black at the top and good vision of the reservoir at the sides.

The distance of the little 'foot' is 33mm. It is spanned by the thread part of a Barrow pass-through (I put the pass-through in 'up side down'), a 5mm male to male, a 15mm extension and a 7.5mm extension (~6 + 5 + 15 + 7.5 = 32.5mm).

The cap at the bottom is a 3-port cap.

I asked about the distance because I was wondering id you could have used another 50mm of reservoir tube and a coupler with mating kit, or another FDP-BASE. Not that there is anything at all wrong with the way you did it--and only you know what you have planned of course. Just another possibility that would have increased reservoir volume. Lots of options =)
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After the family is all to sleep, it's MeMRS time, ahhhhh...


Rum and coke or whiskey and coke?

Building sessions like that--especially with a buddy or two mixed in--is how I know peanut butter or toothpaste do not make good thermal compounds for your CPU biggrin.gif
Edited by BoxGods - 7/3/16 at 3:52pm
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I asked about the distance because I was wondering id you could have used another 50mm of reservoir tube and a coupler with mating kit, or another FDP-BASE. Not that there is anything at all wrong with the way you did it--and only you know what you have planned of course. Just another possibility that would have increased reservoir volume. Lots of options =)

I did look at that option a few times but it would have pushed it too far into that ledge ... and into space that I needed for my 2 x D5 pumps.
post #2677 of 4504
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After the family is all to sleep, it's MeMRS time, ahhhhh...


Rum and coke or whiskey and coke?

Building sessions like that--especially with a buddy or two mixed in--is how I know peanut butter or toothpaste do not make good thermal compounds for your CPU biggrin.gif

Crown and Coke, and I always thought toothpaste was effective! drunken.gif
 
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post #2678 of 4504
Finally getting down to building (after a whole gen has passed me by). I plan on using my monsoon res horizontal like in the pic. Pics and specs of the build are in the watercooling forum. Recon I could run the return into a low port on one end and exit on one of the side entry ports on the other pushing it up to the 2nd res???


Edited by 19DELTASNAFU - 7/4/16 at 7:57pm
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Finally getting down to building (after a whole gen has passed me by). I plan on using my monsoon res horizontal like in the pic. Pics and specs of the build are in the watercooling forum. Recon I could run the return into a low port on one end and exit on one of the side entry ports on the other pushing it up to the 2nd res???


I am not really clear on what you are asking?
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Originally Posted by 19DELTASNAFU View Post

Finally getting down to building (after a whole gen has passed me by). I plan on using my monsoon res horizontal like in the pic. Pics and specs of the build are in the watercooling forum. Recon I could run the return into a low port on one end and exit on one of the side entry ports on the other pushing it up to the 2nd res???


Let me see if i understand correctly - you essentially want the flow to fill the horizontal res, and then have the flow exit the res and go up to the second res. My common sense says this will not end well....but I have never tried it, nor do I know for a fact that it won't be just fine. In other words.....I have no idea. redface.gif
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