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post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by claudiu2008 View Post

nice idea.
how can i connect the reservoir at rad ?
can u use paint to show me where put it the pump and reservoir ?
the pump i think under the VGA soo i use a normal fitting and not 45° + 90°

MSPaint mock up:
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As for the reservoir there are lots of things you can do. Personally I'd use a rotary extender to connect the reservoir to the radiator:
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Then for some added stability go to the local hardware store and pick up some "L" brackets, spray paint them black, get a couple washers and use one of the clamps to give it some feet basically. You can just leave them, bolt them down, glue them, or even use some velcro to give a little more stability.

Should end up with something kinda like this (pardon the hideous look, just grabbed some parts laying around to show the general concept.
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Here is a picture of someone else's build I found googling that has a similar concept (as far as pump and reservoir placement go at least) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


But yeah, look around, just do a google search for "Air 540 water cooling" and you will see tons of ideas for what to do.
post #12 of 21
I'd say you want a better cpu and stuff, instead of better mobo
post #13 of 21
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I'd say you want a better cpu and stuff, instead of better mobo

Unless you are talkin about going with a 5960X, there isn't much better than a 4790K or 6700K available right now.
post #14 of 21
Okay, since your determined to make a change:

1. Put pump, res, and HDD in the other compartment so its stealthed.
2. Upgrade to rigid tubing and pastel red coolant.
3. Put mirrored acrylic in the bottom.
4. Make the cables look like so good their surreal.

Done, and voila, badass!
 
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post #15 of 21
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What do you think about this?
And i will bring the mobo maximus vii formula without change the cpu...
I dont wanna use rigid tube for now.
I will change all the cable of LED with a new stuff.
And i will use an adapter (Enzotech G1/4" Fitting Extender Long - 31.5mm - Matte Black (BMFL-G14)) for north bridge and for cpu, soo will be at same lane with ram .... its a good thing ?
For the reservoir, i will put something down soo he put all weight on it and i will connect it with the fitting in the photo.

What do you think ?
i start order the new mobo ?
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post #16 of 21
You can always buy vrm blocks for your current board and north bridge blocks.

If you want more performance then get a better GPU. if your laging in games or want more fps.

If you want better speed during non graphical usage, get raid 0 with SSD or HDD, get a raid card.

CPU and RAM GB mainly depends on how much programs you can leave operating. one cpu or ram hits full load you start to lag.
So no point in clockig higher unless your CPU always full load

If you want better performance, hook in another pump and resverior and sperate the cpu loop

I see no point in having the resvior infornt of radator , unless you want looks
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 11/6/15 at 1:59pm
post #17 of 21
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i have ocz revo drive 350 480gb
i play only league of legends (500->800 fps)
i do render foto from .nef on jpeg after i rework a little. (30-40mb each photo)
i dont want a block for nb and cpu. i wanted that if i change mobo but i dont like the new mobo maximus viii i prefer the vii formula.
the reservoir i prefer put in front of rad for better look and better performance.
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post #18 of 21
So getting a new gpu isn't you.

If you want crazy game loading speeds, hook in a second ocz drive and raid 0 it,
make sure you have full back up of your data.
with the raid 0 you should get apprixmatly doubble the hard drive speed -0-to10% speed lose
Your storage will also doubble 480 x2 GB

it will give you faster boot up speeds, faster install speeds and faster data coppy speeds
post #19 of 21
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So getting a new gpu isn't you.

If you want crazy game loading speeds, hook in a second ocz drive and raid 0 it,
make sure you have full back up of your data.
with the raid 0 you should get apprixmatly doubble the hard drive speed -0-to10% speed lose
Your storage will also doubble 480 x2 GB

it will give you faster boot up speeds, faster install speeds and faster data coppy speeds

i dont understand why i should put 2 ocz when i have already a good speed.
alot of ppl dont have my half speed. and for what i use the computer is already too much speed.
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post #20 of 21
You want a change? or a upgrade?
Hard drive performance is never too much, just not enough.

CPU and RAM GB only needs to suit the amout of work load you do
Same with GPU

If you don't want blazing load times and boot up times, etc.
Save your money for that motherboard or something wink.gif
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