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post #1251 of 3143
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Hi all smile.gif
First com here for me (just get a P5 and will post some pics soon).
Just for now I would like to know more about your fixing system of your lcd display M_Armageddon. Do you have some pics of it ?

Thanks a lot for all ideas and share !

PS : I'm French so sorry for my english wink.gif
He posted a link a couple of pages back....
Edited by MuddyPaws - 7/8/16 at 10:39am
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pump is plumbed in kinda like this stealth look. I was thinking of having the drain plug under the rad, same again panel mount connecting through the back, The only pipes that will be seen are coming from the CPU block to the top of the case. Very clean look. thumb.gif
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post #1253 of 3143
Just finishing my first custom water loop and new build with this awesome case. Still have a few details to finish.



Edited by adenineX - 7/9/16 at 1:04am
post #1254 of 3143
Does anyone have any input on how good of a kit the Pacific Rift 480 Ultimate watercooling kit from Thermaltake is? I would like to build a full thermaltake build and it seems to save you a few dollars buying this together than separately.

The link to the kit: http://ttpremium.com/product/pacific-rift-480-ultimate-petg-rigid-tube-starter-kit/

I plan to purchase it with the blue coolant as well as Blue Riing fans (x4).

Along with my first question, is the blue coolant from Thermaltake a nice bright light blue? I'm looking for a blue like Mr_Armageddon's build.

Thanks for all the help! I plan to post my official drawn up plans as well as a full parts list later today to see what you guys think and get some input on all of that. tongue.gif
post #1255 of 3143
Alright so here is my computer parts list.

CPU: i7-6700K
Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA
Memory: GeIL SUPER LUCE 16GB (2x8) DDR4-3000 (Black w/ Blue LED)
Video Card: Asus Strix GTX 1080 (or reference design, more on that below)
Storage: Samsung 950 Pro 256GB M.2-2280 (Windows Operating System)
Sandisk X400 or Samsung 850 EVO (1 TB 2.5 SSD) (Games)
Maybe a HDD for documents, but I've never really used more than 700 GB on my Asus laptop with games installed so I'm not sure
Case: Thermaltake Core P5 (Obviously tongue.gif)
Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA P2 850W

In terms of the graphics card, I won't have enough money to liquid cool it. I'll have to wait for my tax return during tax season or until I save up enough. Because of this, I don't want to purchase the reference design since it runs hot and is one of the most expensive options (since placing the Founders Edition name on it makes it premium). I love the look of the Asus Strix 1080 (plus I'm an Asus fanboy) and I'd much rather have that in my system. However, I'm not sure if Thermaltake will ever make a waterblock that will fit it, and I'm trying to go completely Thermaltake for this build because I'm one of those people who likes to match the brands. Does anyone know if Thermaltake will release a waterblock for it. I could just purchase the EKWB waterblock if I need to but again about the brand thing lol.

For watercooling, I plan to use the Thermaltake Pacific 480 Ultimate watercooling kit. I asked a few questions in my previous post above about that kit so please check that out as well to see if you can help me answer some more of my questions. tongue.gif
post #1256 of 3143
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Originally Posted by T0x1cPh1n3x View Post

Does anyone have any input on how good of a kit the Pacific Rift 480 Ultimate watercooling kit from Thermaltake is? I would like to build a full thermaltake build and it seems to save you a few dollars buying this together than separately.

The link to the kit: http://ttpremium.com/product/pacific-rift-480-ultimate-petg-rigid-tube-starter-kit/

I plan to purchase it with the blue coolant as well as Blue Riing fans (x4).

Along with my first question, is the blue coolant from Thermaltake a nice bright light blue? I'm looking for a blue like Mr_Armageddon's build.

Thanks for all the help! I plan to post my official drawn up plans as well as a full parts list later today to see what you guys think and get some input on all of that. tongue.gif

The kits aren't bad, but be aware the radiators are aluminum and not full copper, which could cause premature corrosion, however, I have yet to see anyone post any official results of it. As long as you stick with the components in the kit your probably fine, but I wouldn't recommend upgrading anything in the future unless you switch to a full copper radiator. The picture of the Tt blue coolant looks fairly bright, but I don't know anymore than that about it.

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Alright so here is my computer parts list.

CPU: i7-6700K
Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA
Memory: GeIL SUPER LUCE 16GB (2x8) DDR4-3000 (Black w/ Blue LED)
Video Card: Asus Strix GTX 1080 (or reference design, more on that below)
Storage: Samsung 950 Pro 256GB M.2-2280 (Windows Operating System)
Sandisk X400 or Samsung 850 EVO (1 TB 2.5 SSD) (Games)
Maybe a HDD for documents, but I've never really used more than 700 GB on my Asus laptop with games installed so I'm not sure
Case: Thermaltake Core P5 (Obviously tongue.gif)
Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA P2 850W

In terms of the graphics card, I won't have enough money to liquid cool it. I'll have to wait for my tax return during tax season or until I save up enough. Because of this, I don't want to purchase the reference design since it runs hot and is one of the most expensive options (since placing the Founders Edition name on it makes it premium). I love the look of the Asus Strix 1080 (plus I'm an Asus fanboy) and I'd much rather have that in my system. However, I'm not sure if Thermaltake will ever make a waterblock that will fit it, and I'm trying to go completely Thermaltake for this build because I'm one of those people who likes to match the brands. Does anyone know if Thermaltake will release a waterblock for it. I could just purchase the EKWB waterblock if I need to but again about the brand thing lol.

For watercooling, I plan to use the Thermaltake Pacific 480 Ultimate watercooling kit. I asked a few questions in my previous post above about that kit so please check that out as well to see if you can help me answer some more of my questions. tongue.gif

Tt doesn't make waterblocks, they rebrand them from other OEM's. There will be Strix blocks available eventually from other manufacturers, probably just not from Tt. My guess is they will stick with the basic blocks that are the most popular such as FE's, it wouldn't be cost prudent to rebrand blocks for all the AIB's that sell a fraction of the reference GPU's.
 
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Koolance 240 30 FPI Radiator Magicool 280 14 FPI Radiator Bitfenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 
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CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
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Hard DriveCoolingCoolingPower
Hitachi 5K500 Silenx 92mm EFFIZIO Corsair SP 120 Red LED Antec 500watt 
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Bykski CPU-XPR-A High Performance Acrylic Nicke... EKWB Acrylic Nickel GPU Block Monsoon MMRS Reservoir Bykski BY-PUMP-XPH-PA Water Cooling Pump 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Koolance 240 30 FPI Radiator Magicool 280 14 FPI Radiator Bitfenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 
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post #1257 of 3143
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Alright so here is my computer parts list.

CPU: i7-6700K
Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA
Memory: GeIL SUPER LUCE 16GB (2x8) DDR4-3000 (Black w/ Blue LED)
Video Card: Asus Strix GTX 1080 (or reference design, more on that below)
Storage: Samsung 950 Pro 256GB M.2-2280 (Windows Operating System)
Sandisk X400 or Samsung 850 EVO (1 TB 2.5 SSD) (Games)
Maybe a HDD for documents, but I've never really used more than 700 GB on my Asus laptop with games installed so I'm not sure
Case: Thermaltake Core P5 (Obviously tongue.gif)
Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA P2 850W

In terms of the graphics card, I won't have enough money to liquid cool it. I'll have to wait for my tax return during tax season or until I save up enough. Because of this, I don't want to purchase the reference design since it runs hot and is one of the most expensive options (since placing the Founders Edition name on it makes it premium). I love the look of the Asus Strix 1080 (plus I'm an Asus fanboy) and I'd much rather have that in my system. However, I'm not sure if Thermaltake will ever make a waterblock that will fit it, and I'm trying to go completely Thermaltake for this build because I'm one of those people who likes to match the brands. Does anyone know if Thermaltake will release a waterblock for it. I could just purchase the EKWB waterblock if I need to but again about the brand thing lol.

For watercooling, I plan to use the Thermaltake Pacific 480 Ultimate watercooling kit. I asked a few questions in my previous post above about that kit so please check that out as well to see if you can help me answer some more of my questions. tongue.gif

Like mentioned above, Thermaltake will probably never make a block for a Strix 1080. I have the Strix 1080 with an EK block on it and trust me, you will not be disappointed. Not to be a jerk, but is there anyway you could get past the brand thing. I love my P5 (and actually just got my V21 for my HTPC) but there are much better options for watercooling. Here is my Strix with the EK block on it:


    
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I have a Tt F31 case and my loop consists of parts from EK, BP, Koolance, Magicool, Barrow, and Bykski. I love mixing and matching the water cooling parts I like best.
 
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Crucial BX100 SSD 500GB EKWB EK-KIT L120 Corsair SP120 Koolance 2x140mm Radiator HX-CU1402V 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Corsair AF140 Bitspower VG-NGTX960 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Samsung Curved 27" S27D590C 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair Strafe RGB Apevia Iceburg 680 watts Apevia X-Sniper 2 EVGA Torq X3 Laser 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom 9750 ASUS M3A78-CM PNY XLR8 GTX 460 Corsair XMS2 (4 x 1GB) 
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Hitachi 5K500 Silenx 92mm EFFIZIO Corsair SP 120 Red LED Antec 500watt 
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Koolance 240 30 FPI Radiator Magicool 280 14 FPI Radiator Bitfenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 
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Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
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CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Corsair AF140 Bitspower VG-NGTX960 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Samsung Curved 27" S27D590C 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair Strafe RGB Apevia Iceburg 680 watts Apevia X-Sniper 2 EVGA Torq X3 Laser 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom 9750 ASUS M3A78-CM PNY XLR8 GTX 460 Corsair XMS2 (4 x 1GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingPower
Hitachi 5K500 Silenx 92mm EFFIZIO Corsair SP 120 Red LED Antec 500watt 
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Koolance 240 30 FPI Radiator Magicool 280 14 FPI Radiator Bitfenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 
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post #1259 of 3143
Yeah I suppose I would be up for mixing and matching. I guess I figured the same branded parts would work better together and if there was ever a problem it would be easier to figure out what was wrong due to no conflicting parts. But, I've been looking at parts more today and yeah I'm starting to move away from the thermaltake kit as it seems it might have parts that aren't as high quality in construction as others are. I'm really liking EKWB and they were my first company I was looking at as they seem very high quality.

Are there any suggestions to certain parts from certain companies you guys would suggest? Fittings are a big one that seem to be priced very differently from company to company and I don't know if that directly correlates to quality or if it's more of a "pay for the brand" type thing.

Also @Touge180SX: Where did you buy your Strix 1080 and the waterblock? Everywhere I look it says Preorder for both items mad.gif... I live in the US if that matters at all lol.
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Yeah I suppose I would be up for mixing and matching. I guess I figured the same branded parts would work better together and if there was ever a problem it would be easier to figure out what was wrong due to no conflicting parts. But, I've been looking at parts more today and yeah I'm starting to move away from the thermaltake kit as it seems it might have parts that aren't as high quality in construction as others are. I'm really liking EKWB and they were my first company I was looking at as they seem very high quality.

Are there any suggestions to certain parts from certain companies you guys would suggest? Fittings are a big one that seem to be priced very differently from company to company and I don't know if that directly correlates to quality or if it's more of a "pay for the brand" type thing.

Also @Touge180SX: Where did you buy your Strix 1080 and the waterblock? Everywhere I look it says Preorder for both items mad.gif... I live in the US if that matters at all lol.

If you want to go with the 480 Tt kit to keep it simple and easy to start you would probably be fine, but imo EKWB does set the standard for water cooling products at this time. They can be a bit pricey on some stuff, but their blocks are pretty much the best and can never go wrong with them. One web site you might want to visit and spend a lot of time looking around is performance-pcs.com. They are basically the one stop shop for water cooling supplies, at least in the US. Other good brands include XSPC (all components), Bitspower (all components), Hardware Labs (Radiators), Monsoon (all components and one of my personal favorites), and many others but at least its a place to start.

You know what size radiator you need for the P5, a 480, so one of the other main things you need to decide is if your going to do soft tubing or rigid tubing. Most P5 builds are rigid, but soft is generally considered easier to get started with. For first timers I usually recommend going with soft tubing to get the loop up and running and then start the planning for the switch to rigid.

There is also a water cooling forum here on OCN that you can ask specific questions and get lots of help, as well as some stickey's to get you learnt.
 
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Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Crucial BX100 SSD 500GB EKWB EK-KIT L120 Corsair SP120 Koolance 2x140mm Radiator HX-CU1402V 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Corsair AF140 Bitspower VG-NGTX960 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Samsung Curved 27" S27D590C 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair Strafe RGB Apevia Iceburg 680 watts Apevia X-Sniper 2 EVGA Torq X3 Laser 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom 9750 ASUS M3A78-CM PNY XLR8 GTX 460 Corsair XMS2 (4 x 1GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingPower
Hitachi 5K500 Silenx 92mm EFFIZIO Corsair SP 120 Red LED Antec 500watt 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5-6400 Skylake ASRock A170A-X1/3.1 Gigabye G1 Gaming GTX 970 Windforce CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (4 x 4GB) 288-Pin DD... 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Bykski CPU-XPR-A High Performance Acrylic Nicke... EKWB Acrylic Nickel GPU Block Monsoon MMRS Reservoir Bykski BY-PUMP-XPH-PA Water Cooling Pump 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Koolance 240 30 FPI Radiator Magicool 280 14 FPI Radiator Bitfenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 
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Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Crucial BX100 SSD 500GB EKWB EK-KIT L120 Corsair SP120 Koolance 2x140mm Radiator HX-CU1402V 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Corsair AF140 Bitspower VG-NGTX960 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Samsung Curved 27" S27D590C 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair Strafe RGB Apevia Iceburg 680 watts Apevia X-Sniper 2 EVGA Torq X3 Laser 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom 9750 ASUS M3A78-CM PNY XLR8 GTX 460 Corsair XMS2 (4 x 1GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingPower
Hitachi 5K500 Silenx 92mm EFFIZIO Corsair SP 120 Red LED Antec 500watt 
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Koolance 240 30 FPI Radiator Magicool 280 14 FPI Radiator Bitfenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 
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