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post #1151 of 3173
doing some plannings for my parts to buy to build my P5

anyone able to help me identify what are the parts in this photo? as in what is the parts being used to connect the ball valves and the T splitter? is it a EK-AF Extender or a EK-AF Rotatory Extender?

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post #1152 of 3173
EK splitter with their hose fittings, t-valve and block offs.
post #1153 of 3173
I had a small hardline tubing incident; I severed the silicone insert. But I was too excited to get my GTX 1080 gaming rig up and running, so I finished the loop with soft tubing while I wait for my new insert to arrive.



I just finished doing some quick benchmarking and got:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12694888

I'm pretty content so far. Not to mention my GPU temps soared to 35 degrees (27 idle).
post #1154 of 3173
B.o.N v.2 aka Best or Nothing










post #1155 of 3173
Has anyone tried installing more than one radiator? I am trying a very ambitious build with (2) GTX 1080's and a 6950X monoblock, so I want to try and get a total of 720mm of radiator total. I have a 480mm going in the main spot and thought of printing a bracket to allow another rad between that one and the mobo. It would stick up higher than the top of the case so the resevior can be below it. Anyone have experience trying this or a better idea for a 2nd rad spot?
post #1156 of 3173
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Has anyone tried installing more than one radiator? I am trying a very ambitious build with (2) GTX 1080's and a 6950X monoblock, so I want to try and get a total of 720mm of radiator total. I have a 480mm going in the main spot and thought of printing a bracket to allow another rad between that one and the mobo. It would stick up higher than the top of the case so the resevior can be below it. Anyone have experience trying this or a better idea for a 2nd rad spot?


Most ppl have only 1 rad. The only one i see with 2 rad is this https://m.facebook.com/Casemod-Neuron-P5-418513395016275/ but its a dual 480 Rads n seems like lots of mod is dont to the case itself.
post #1157 of 3173
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Originally Posted by adenineX View Post

Has anyone tried installing more than one radiator? I am trying a very ambitious build with (2) GTX 1080's and a 6950X monoblock, so I want to try and get a total of 720mm of radiator total. I have a 480mm going in the main spot and thought of printing a bracket to allow another rad between that one and the mobo. It would stick up higher than the top of the case so the resevior can be below it. Anyone have experience trying this or a better idea for a 2nd rad spot?




most ppl won't like it coz it's sticking out etc but that's why I've done it; because no one else before has biggrin.gif
enjoying my oced to the moon 980ti @34°C max temp!
post #1158 of 3173

Finally ran my tubing. First time doing hardline and I free handed it. Bought lots of petg but only used 4 pipes.
post #1159 of 3173
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Hello All
I'm also a happy owner of this case smile.gif Here are some photos of my current project called Purple Core. Hope you enjoy tongue.gif

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Dont mind me asking. what is that screen that is mounted between the GPU bay and PSU?
post #1160 of 3173
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Originally Posted by Mlody View Post

Hello All
I'm also a happy owner of this case smile.gif Here are some photos of my current project called Purple Core. Hope you enjoy tongue.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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How did you mount the aquaero underneath the gpu stand?
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