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post #1431 of 3171
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I was gonna wall hung my P5, even bought some bracket but when started planning everything and weighting I had no guts to try it biggrin.gif
my P5 is 37kg...
seen some of these brackets and while the arm itself shouldn't be a concern, wall attaching flange doesn't look very strong. holes are really close to each other and a flange itself is rather small. I wouldn't risk all the money I put in my pc to be found smashed one morning on the floor smile.gif


thanks, i was thinking about buying ikea 1
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/90226797/

max weight is 45kg but i feel i want to get higher max weight limit for peace of mind
post #1432 of 3171
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thanks, i was thinking about buying ikea 1
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/90226797/

max weight is 45kg but i feel i want to get higher max weight limit for peace of mind

oh that looks strong, but it's really close to the wall and it lacks that bendable arm. If you're running a 480rad(or more) all the hot exhaust air will be dumped inside the case basically as the won't be any room for airflow behind the case. I've given up the idea of wall mounting, it's not possible anymore because of this little fella:



Watercool MoRa2 pro along with 480 Nemesis Gts and Xspc ex360; total rad area 1900mm. #steroids biggrin.gif

idle temp 22.5 , max load 27.8, fans set to 850 rpm @ all time biggrin.gif
post #1433 of 3171
Having an issue if anyone could chime in for me. I'm currently having a hard time bleeding the loop. I currently have a of lot of bubbles in the ek supremacy evo block.

I've tilted and shook, but its not full in the block and surrounded by a lot of bubbles. I don't know how else I can bleed it. I've left it running for more than 48 hours.
Edited by MrInkless - 8/7/16 at 3:47pm
post #1434 of 3171
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Having an issue if anyone could chime in for me. I'm currently having a hard time bleeding the loop. I currently have a of lot of bubbles in the ek supremacy evo block.

I've tilted and shook, but its not full in the block and surrounded by a lot of bubbles. I don't know how else I can bleed it. I've left it running for more than 48 hours.

Is your pump running at full speed and do you have a bleed opening?
 
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post #1435 of 3171
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Is your pump running at full speed and do you have a bleed opening?
The pump is a pwm Ek-XTop revo. I have the pwm unplugged and have it just running to the molex. I have 2 of the plugs open on top of the res. Here is what the loop looks like.
Edited by MrInkless - 8/7/16 at 4:20pm
post #1436 of 3171
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Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

Is your pump running at full speed and do you have a bleed opening?
The pump is a pwm Ek-XTop revo. I have the pwm unplugged and have it just running to the molex. I have 2 of the plugs open on top of the res. Here is what the loop looks like.

I think that's the problem that pump only runs at like 20% when no PWM signal is present. At least that's what I've seen posted a lot on OCN. You'll never get it bleed at that speed.
 
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post #1437 of 3171
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Is your pump running at full speed and do you have a bleed opening?
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Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

I think that's the problem that pump only runs at like 20% when no PWM signal is present. At least that's what I've seen posted a lot on OCN. You'll never get it bleed at that speed.
When plugged into pwm the pump runs at 20% when its not its at full blast
post #1438 of 3171
Green edition Core P5 with custom painted blue parts and blue leds. Still needs a little work just ran out of money. Plan to add full thermaltake custom loop watercooling and some more leds to the front. Let me know what you guys think.
post #1439 of 3171
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When plugged into pwm the pump runs at 20% when its not its at full blast

Did you plug the pump on MB to know it runs only at 20%?
Do you hear it running slow?
You were able to bleed the entire loop..So there's maybe another problem..
This loop seems to be very restrictive,with 90° everywhere +the Supremacy after the MB "waterblock"..
Also i can't see(with all the paper) and so don't understand how works the Pump "out"...
I never had a PWM pump..so i can't say..how it works..without monotoring.

Hope someone will help you more..wink.gif
post #1440 of 3171
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Did you plug the pump on MB to know it runs only at 20%?
Do you hear it running slow?
You were able to bleed the entire loop..So there's maybe another problem..
This loop seems to be very restrictive,with 90° everywhere +the Supremacy after the MB "waterblock"..
Also i can't see(with all the paper) and so don't understand how works the Pump "out"...
I never had a PWM pump..so i can't say..how it works..without monotoring.

Hope someone will help you more..wink.gif

When the pump is plugged into the MB it slows down the pump dramatically.

Here are some newer pictures and the spots in the ek block that aren't filling up/bubbles.



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