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I had one 480,one 360 one that 1080 ay the back and max water temp was 27.8.
I'm aiming lower now biggrin.gif

Depends on ambient temp. If you're not within 2 or 3c hitting Delta-T already there is something a miss
post #1492 of 3173
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thanks for all the info man! really looking forward to seeing the finished product. keep me posted and when i get my setup going ill do the same! Repped thumb.gif

Hey, just thought I'd give an update. I finally got some stuff together and did some more testing. Here's most of it together, just no cabling or GPU:



Ready to go for leak testing:



All seems well, but I think I'm going to have to ditch the internal fitting for the fountain effect. Here's a shot:



Although it did create bubbles, they didn't seem to pass through the system as much as I thought they would. The real problem for me is the noise. The fountain effect when done this way is very loud. Even filling the res to the top and removing the piece, I still hear it. In order to remove all the bubbles and hopefully the noise, I think I'll need to get one of these to insert inside: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-res-x3-internal-tube-12-16-40mm

Also, I may need to swap the 90* fitting on top of the res for a T-connector so that I can just fill through the top of the res, but not change my layout at all. It worked "ok" to fill the res and the radiator and then cycle it, but I can't really top off the res completely which may be a problem.
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Also, I may need to swap the 90* fitting on top of the res for a T-connector so that I can just fill through the top of the res, but not change my layout at all. It worked "ok" to fill the res and the radiator and then cycle it, but I can't really top off the res completely which may be a problem.[/quote]

how did you fill the system, does that res have 2 ports at the top,
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how did you fill the system, does that res have 2 ports at the top,

I filled the res, then put the fitting back in place and filled the radiator from the top. After that, I turned it on to let the rest of the system fill out (which wasn't much, of course), and the liquid level in the res lowered a little bit, but it was ok because I wanted to test the fountain effect anyways. After I realized the fountain effect wasn't going to work because of the noise, I detached the tube that runs up the right side of the res, but only at the top, took the top of the res off, removed the fitting from the inside that I was using to get the fountain effect, and then replaced the top on the res. From that point, I filled the res through the 90* fitting on top of the res as much as I could (pretty much to the top), then reconnected the top section of the tube to the 90* fitting and was all set. Hope that makes sense. thumb.gif

Edit: The res only has one port on top, which is why I was thinking about getting a T-connector to make it a bit easier for filling purposes.
post #1495 of 3173
wow, elaborate. I just used a quick disconnect and filled it with a hose from the bottom of the res lol.
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wow, elaborate. I just used a quick disconnect and filled it with a hose from the bottom of the res lol.

Now that I think about it, I could have probably just turned the case upside down and filled it through the bottom of the res, as there are two ports there. Is that what you're saying you did?

Edit: Actually, might only work for filling the res, which in that case isn't much easier than removing the fitting on top and filling it. T-connector is still my best choice I think for ease, unless I can understand better what method you used.
Edited by UnspoknVendetta - 8/20/16 at 12:50am
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Just finished bending, that last one with 4 bends was a hell of a time. First time bending too.
Next up leak check and then hopefully fill.
Those are the Pro thermaltake Riings btw so have to wait to finish and have operating system to change color, it's software based, won't be red

Also one more lighting not plugged in yet
Edited by HaPPyCaMPer75 - 8/20/16 at 3:09am
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got my lil boy on last night:









and there's one at the back so he doesn't feel lonely:

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Thanks for introducing those Reservoirs to this thread. Some of the ones on his FB page are pretty amazing to look at. Tempted to switch mine out for one of these.

    
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No problem I also have one of those in my P5 build smile.gif



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