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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

We do have some offers on the bundle kits and it is part of why we made the Starter kits. You can pick your fan and coolant your self so you are not restricted to one set.
Yes the rads are aluminum alloy, they are made in the same place as super car rads are.

Our Opaque coolant also works with uncommon metal combinations(Copper, Nickle, Brass and Aluminum) and I have done over 25+ builds with it including my personal system and have great results.
This coolant is solid, but yet liquidity tongue.gif
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post #1272 of 3192
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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

We are looking to partner with ASUS again for their new Strix products, stay tuned.

I should also have our new GTX-10 1080/1070 Founder's Edition waterblocks this week biggrin.gif

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Cooler/Liquid_Cooler_/Water_Blocks/C_00002923/Pacific_V_GTX_10_Series_Founders_Edition_Transparent/design.htm
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post #1273 of 3192
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Thank you! Man I still digging those shrouds on your build! I ended up ordering some fan grills inspired by you thumb.gif one of my other videos shows the one I got, still need to finish them up!

So much to do so little time, I am going to be sad when I do finish though, it is seriously a lot of fun!

i have subbed on you tube. your a video natural, make more, also you have the same interests as me with electronic projects ect, i also have a ham radio licence here in the UK. But yeah lets see more dude., thumb.gif ps i love your shrouds man. they will cool cool painted in electric blue.thumb.gif
Edited by MuddyPaws - 7/11/16 at 3:19pm
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I am using a NZXT fan hub with Thermaltake LNC to control my Thermaltake Riing fan noises. It is more noticeable since I started watercooling my GTX 1080 FE. What are you all using for a fan controller?

I'm thinking of using a four fan controller. I would drill holes for the knobs, mount the controller from the inside, and pushing the knobs through the hole for access. I can't seem to find the voltage on the Thermaltake Riing 120mm fans. What is a good voltage for the fan controller. Thanks!
post #1275 of 3192
Im kinda need some advise right here on the routing of the loop
route 1




Route 2



which layout do you guys think will work out better?
post #1276 of 3192
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Im kinda need some advise right here on the routing of the loop Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
route 1




Route 2


which layout do you guys think will work out better?

They'll both work the same, but I think Route 1 would look better imo.
 
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post #1277 of 3192
Hello smile.gif

Here is my P5 from France smile.gif
First build for me. Watercooling is almost ready to start...

965715IMG5017.jpg
177441IMG5027.jpg
279306IMG5009.jpg

Any ideas for the routing? (It's my first WC...)
Any ideas of how I could turn off the red led on my gtx 970??
post #1278 of 3192
Hi everyone, I ran across this thread while researching the Core P5 as it is finally time to build me a new computer after 8 years of using my HardCore Computer Reactor X. I have speced out my system but am concerned with cooling capacity and was wondering if anyone has figured out how to add a second rad to this case? I plan on using a 480 but I don't think it will be enough to cool my loop, especially when I start to OC the system. Below are my planed specs so any thoughts would be great, and I do plan on wall mounting this thing.

Base Parts:
Case: Thermaltake Core P5
Motherboard: MSI Z170A XPower Gaming Titanium Edition
CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k Skylake
RAM: G.Skill Trident Z F4-3866C18Q-16GTZ 4x4GB DDR 4 3866Mhz RAM
Hard Drives: Dual Samsung SM951 - MZ-HPV256R in RAID 0, two of my current 1TB+ MHDD
GPU: Dual MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming Zs in SLI
Power: Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 750w Gold

Cooling:
Motherboard/CPU: EK-FB MSI Z170A XPOWER TE Monoblock Nickel
RAM: EK universal waterblocks? Maybe just passive cooling.
HDDs: Individual Chip Heatskins for M.2, passive cooling for MHDD
GPU: EK-FC108 GTX TF6 Nickel with Nickel Backplates (assuming they come out with there HB bridge before the build, otherwise need to find someone else)
Radiator: EK-CoolStream XE 480
Pump/Reservoir: Thermaltake Pacific PR22-D5 Silent Kit
Fans: 3 possbile configs:
  1. 4 Noctua NF-F12 PWMs in Push, 4 Riing 12 LED RGB 256 in Pull
  2. 4 Noctua NF-F12 PWMs In pull
  3. 4 Riing 12 LED RGB 256 in Pull
post #1279 of 3192
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Originally Posted by Eaglef90 View Post

Hi everyone, I ran across this thread while researching the Core P5 as it is finally time to build me a new computer after 8 years of using my HardCore Computer Reactor X. I have speced out my system but am concerned with cooling capacity and was wondering if anyone has figured out how to add a second rad to this case? I plan on using a 480 but I don't think it will be enough to cool my loop, especially when I start to OC the system. Below are my planed specs so any thoughts would be great, and I do plan on wall mounting this thing.

Base Parts:
Case: Thermaltake Core P5
Motherboard: MSI Z170A XPower Gaming Titanium Edition
CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k Skylake
RAM: G.Skill Trident Z F4-3866C18Q-16GTZ 4x4GB DDR 4 3866Mhz RAM
Hard Drives: Dual Samsung SM951 - MZ-HPV256R in RAID 0, two of my current 1TB+ MHDD
GPU: Dual MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming Zs in SLI
Power: Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 750w Gold

Cooling:
Motherboard/CPU: EK-FB MSI Z170A XPOWER TE Monoblock Nickel
RAM: EK universal waterblocks? Maybe just passive cooling.
HDDs: Individual Chip Heatskins for M.2, passive cooling for MHDD
GPU: EK-FC108 GTX TF6 Nickel with Nickel Backplates (assuming they come out with there HB bridge before the build, otherwise need to find someone else)
Radiator: EK-CoolStream XE 480
Pump/Reservoir: Thermaltake Pacific PR22-D5 Silent Kit
Fans: 3 possbile configs:
  1. 4 Noctua NF-F12 PWMs in Push, 4 Riing 12 LED RGB 256 in Pull
  2. 4 Noctua NF-F12 PWMs In pull
  3. 4 Riing 12 LED RGB 256 in Pull

A 480 is enough to keep those specs cool, you won't break any temp records, but Tt was very smart in designing this case for the 480. I would go push/pull with a thick rad though.

There have been people who have put a second rad on it, you can search through the gallery to see them, but imo it just doesn't look right. That doesn't mean they don't look good, just doesn't look like it flows with the case.

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Originally Posted by yarrick10 View Post

Hello smile.gif

Here is my P5 from France smile.gif
First build for me. Watercooling is almost ready to start...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
965715IMG5017.jpg
177441IMG5027.jpg
279306IMG5009.jpg

Any ideas for the routing? (It's my first WC...)
Any ideas of how I could turn off the red led on my gtx 970??

You can turn off the red LED in the GeForce Experience software.

Tubing is pretty straight forward on this case, look through the pics gallery and you will see what other's have done and you can decide which way looks best for you.
Edited by Radnad - 7/12/16 at 6:39pm
 
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post #1280 of 3192
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Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

A 480 is enough to keep those specs cool, you won't break any temp records, but Tt was very smart in designing this case for the 480. I would go push/pull with a thick rad though.

There have been people who have put a second rad on it, you can search through the gallery to see them, but imo it just doesn't look right. That doesn't mean they don't look good, just doesn't look like it flows with the case.

You think the 480 will be fine? This is my first watercooled system and I heard the rule of thumb is a 120 for each part you are cooling at stock. Since I will be doing 2 GPUs, CPU, and VRM I figured the 480 would be what is needed on stock but the 1080s are majorly OCed from MSI (1911 MHz / 1771 MHz / 10108 MHz) that would push me over the 480. If I remember the EK specs right is is a 60MM rad though, so maybe the extra thickness and the push/pull to get the air through it is all I need?

I also did look though most of the thread but the only person I saw with a second rad had a 280, i think, mounted on the back, but I don't know how well that would flow with the wall mount.
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