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@wessel145
I use specially created plexi box for aquaero and angle brackets to screw it to the unused holes for another PCI-E raiser smile.gif
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@Willp1108
It is Aquaero 6 XT smile.gif
post #1163 of 3192
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Originally Posted by Mlody View Post

@wessel145
I use specially created plexi box for aquaero and angle brackets to screw it to the unused holes for another PCI-E raiser smile.gif

It looks damn nice, i'm looking for a way to fit an aquaero in my core p5, did you craft the plexi box yourself? do you have some more pictures of it?
Underneath the gpu is the best place in my opinion, otherwise i have to remove the chip and place it in the cable management sector behind the motherboard
Edited by wessel145 - 6/28/16 at 3:51am
post #1164 of 3192
Yep I made it myself with help of my friend. But unfortunately I don't have any more pictures of it :/ But if you want to see what happens on aquaero this is the best place to put it in my opinion smile.gif
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Sneak peak at the almost completed build. Will hopefully have the "Final" pictures up this week. Until then, put together a little video showing the process of adding the Mayhem Blue Pastel concentrate to the hardline tubing loop.

Project Open Core - Adding Fluid to Core P5 Hardline Tubing Loop
    
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Sneak peak at the almost completed build. Will hopefully have the "Final" pictures up this week. Until then, put together a little video showing the process of adding the Mayhem Blue Pastel concentrate to the hardline tubing loop.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That is a really nice looking build! drool.gif
I know someone have asked you this before, can't remember where in the 117 pages of qns n replies.
but what is the screen that you are using to monitor the temperature?
post #1167 of 3192
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Originally Posted by Touge180SX View Post

That looks correct. As for the water, I would drop that and use just distilled. The pastel has all the additives in it you already need.

Watercooling is definitely pricey to start with but the beauty of going the custom route right away is that most of those parts can be reused so upgrading is easy on a 1 by 1 basis. thumb.gif



Alright So here is my updated list decided to change the res and added the multi top. I am having a bit of an issue on where to place the Ball valve. I decided to sketch the build.

Also will those fittings fit into the extender that comes with the res for the water to go from the bottom of it?

Any ideas before I place my purchase? Also should I get any degree fittings?


EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel CPU Block

EK-FC980 GTX WF3 - Nickel GPU Block

EK-RES X3 25 Resevoir

EK-Res X3 Multiport Top

EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM - Plexi Pump

EK-CoolStream XE 480 (Quad)

Drain Valve

Plug for Valve

T Splitter For Valve

EK-ACF Fitting 10/13mm - Black - 15 of these. I think this is enough/accurate.

White Pastel Coolant

5m Tubing of Mayhem Ultra Clear
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Originally Posted by MrInkless View Post



Alright So here is my updated list decided to change the res and added the multi top. I am having a bit of an issue on where to place the Ball valve. I decided to sketch the build.

Also will those fittings fit into the extender that comes with the res for the water to go from the bottom of it?

Any ideas before I place my purchase? Also should I get any degree fittings?


EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel CPU Block

EK-FC980 GTX WF3 - Nickel GPU Block

EK-RES X3 25 Resevoir

EK-Res X3 Multiport Top

EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM - Plexi Pump

EK-CoolStream XE 480 (Quad)

Drain Valve

Plug for Valve

T Splitter For Valve

EK-ACF Fitting 10/13mm - Black - 15 of these. I think this is enough/accurate.

White Pastel Coolant

5m Tubing of Mayhem Ultra Clear

Your setup is almost identical to mine except that I am using the MMRS reservoir with pump integrated into the bottom. The build looks good but you might need some angled fittings. Here is your drawing and where I used angle fittings. If you don't use angle fittings at certain points with soft tubing, the bends might be too extreme, hit other stuff, or extend past the top or bottom of the case. Remember, the 45 I have coming out of my pump is not ideal but needed so it wouldn't hit the glass. I have no flow problems.

As for the ball valve and drain, that is right where I have mine mounted. The drain valve should be at the lowest point in the system. It is not ideal as it wont drain your radiator but still gets the job done. I had to take my rad off after draining to empty the rest of the way out.


Edited by Touge180SX - 6/28/16 at 4:54pm
    
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i Have a Pretty insane Core X9 build and i want to Update/Move it over to a duel P5 build ... I just have no idea how hard it will be to join 2 P5's side by side ... will need a second for 3 480mm Rads and a 360mm Rad


Anyone have any clue how i would go about hooking 2 together ?

Sure with they would make a monster P9 lol
post #1170 of 3192
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Originally Posted by DrShocker View Post

i Have a Pretty insane Core X9 build and i want to Update/Move it over to a duel P5 build ... I just have no idea how hard it will be to join 2 P5's side by side ... will need a second for 3 480mm Rads and a 360mm Rad


Anyone have any clue how i would go about hooking 2 together ?

Sure with they would make a monster P9 lol

It was done before. There is a link somewhere in this thread. I don't think it would be too hard with some brackets though.
    
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