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Swapped out the Y Splitter I was using for a multiport. The multiport is much, much easier to fill and bleed than with the Y-Fitting. Highly recommend this instead of a single port with Y fitting. Currently running some Primochill Sysprep and leak testing again.

Also, forgive the old GPU and the bad run from Radiator to CPU, I'm patiently waiting for the new MSI GTX 1080TI Sea Hawk EK X to be released.

hello great rig, that resevoir is SICK, also can you improve the last bend form what it will the gpu block to the radiator ? or i guess is like because of the lack of gpu you need to know the length to do it right.. ?
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i7 3930k @4.6ghz HT 1.3 v EVGA X79 FTW gtx 1080 FE with EK waterblock 16gb Corsair Vengance 
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OCZ vertex 3 240gb  Samsung 1tb Custom Watercooling Loop Windows 10 64bit 
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Samsung 27" 2ms 1920*1080 G.SKILL km570 mx Corsair HX 850w Thermaltake core p5 
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OCZ vertex 3 240gb  Samsung 1tb Custom Watercooling Loop Windows 10 64bit 
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Samsung 27" 2ms 1920*1080 G.SKILL km570 mx Corsair HX 850w Thermaltake core p5 
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post #2672 of 2760
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hello great rig, that resevoir is SICK, also can you improve the last bend form what it will the gpu block to the radiator ? or i guess is like because of the lack of gpu you need to know the length to do it right.. ?

Yeah that one also will be finalized when I add the GPU in. I plan on running it straight from the GPU's back right port to the CPU, and it should be a straight run. I bent the tubing already and I'm keeping the tubing sizes bigger so that when I do install the watercooled GPU I should just need to cut and finish the tubes, instead of rebend them. If they don't line up well, then I'll do some bending but I'm hoping this works out.

Edit: Also, the MMRS is amazing. Really glad I went that route, lots of customization and was very easy to swap the single port top I was using with the multi port after the reservoir was installed.
Edited by nullreference - 5/3/17 at 9:23am
post #2673 of 2760
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Have you tried updating the BIOS? If not do that right away.

Hi
I have an asus maximus vii hero and bios has been updated to the newest 1 month ago
But the problem solved itself i removed the card and took the battery out of motherboard overnight and installed it again and everything worked again :-).

Today I bought a cheap used GTX 560 card and tried again with the pci-e extender cable .
if it's stretched out it seems to work , but as soon as it is installed in soft S shape it does not boot every time and when it boots, the screen start blinks and reboots over and over again.

So I have to grab a TT premium cable I dare not take the chance again with my 980ti card

Is there anyone who knows where to buy them in Europe?
post #2674 of 2760
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Swapped out the Y Splitter I was using for a multiport. The multiport is much, much easier to fill and bleed than with the Y-Fitting. Highly recommend this instead of a single port with Y fitting. Currently running some Primochill Sysprep and leak testing again.

Also, forgive the old GPU and the bad run from Radiator to CPU, I'm patiently waiting for the new MSI GTX 1080TI Sea Hawk EK X to be released.

The Sea Hawk EK X are awesome GPUs. I currently have the 1070 Sea Hawk EK X. The price point for them is still cheaper then buying the stand alone card + water block & back plate. Plus it also comes with a 3 year warranty. You can't beat that.

P.S. They are also generally clocked higher then most other cards in their class right out of the box.
Edited by nCode - 5/3/17 at 5:28pm
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The Sea Hawk EK X are awesome GPUs. I currently have the 1070 Sea Hawk EK X. The price point for them is still cheaper then buying the stand alone card + water block & back plate. Plus it also comes with a 3 year warranty. You can't beat that.

P.S. They are also generally clocked higher then most other cards in their class right out of the box.

Yeah, I was going to grab the 1080 now that it's down to 550 on amazon, but today I saw that the 1080 TI sea hawk is officially up on MSI's site. Figured I can probably wait a month or two. Only issue's I'm worried about are the riser cable. Already swapped one, and now I'm going to wait for the updated card before I try and replace the second one. Probably will just purchase the Lian Li Riser cable if this one doesn't work out.
post #2676 of 2760
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Got back in town and the last few parts came in. Added the billet aluminum fan grill, 40mm ultra-quiet ssd fans and finished up flush mounting some cables. Just have to add the glass panels and I'm finally done.


Really nice looking build. Lots of attention to detail here. Well done! thumbsupsmiley.png
    
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Samsung Pro 950 M.2 SSD (OS & Programs) Samsung EVO 850 SSD (Games) Western Digital WD20EADS (User Files) Hitachi HDS723030 (Storage) 
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Liquid Hardline Loop w/ 480 Radiator Windows 10 x64 Pro Dell 3011U (Mid) Dell 2007FP (Right) 
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Dell 2007FP (Left) Corsair K70 RGB Corsair AX1200 Thermaltake Core P5 
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Samsung Pro 950 M.2 SSD (OS & Programs) Samsung EVO 850 SSD (Games) Western Digital WD20EADS (User Files) Hitachi HDS723030 (Storage) 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Liquid Hardline Loop w/ 480 Radiator Windows 10 x64 Pro Dell 3011U (Mid) Dell 2007FP (Right) 
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Dell 2007FP (Left) Corsair K70 RGB Corsair AX1200 Thermaltake Core P5 
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New to this forum.

Wanted to share my Rig.

post #2678 of 2760
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New to this forum.

Wanted to share my Rig.

Every time I see that RAM I am reminded of how it came out the week after I got the Corsair for my current project. Looks good. Any reason you are only running two fans? Also, looks like you are using the Thermaltake RGB fittings. How do like them so far?
post #2679 of 2760
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Every time I see that RAM I am reminded of how it came out the week after I got the Corsair for my current project. Looks good. Any reason you are only running two fans? Also, looks like you are using the Thermaltake RGB fittings. How do like them so far?

These are awesome Ram sticks. They are lifetime warranty, there are some complains that these fail when you use several rgb components, but so far I liked them. Regarding the RGB fittings, they are pretty much the same, Color looks alot better than the pictures. I did this build with a RGB theme. Fans are coming and going to be thermaltake RGB edition.

This is my firs water cooled rig and I;m amazed how well this cooling sistem handles the CPU heat. i did an auto Overclock with the Asus software and went to 5.1 stable at 60 degrees maximum and that's without fans!

looking forward to install the fans and go further higher with the overclock. So far this thing is super fast, the Samsung 961 makes a lot of difference too with the 3300Mb/Sec.

Regards.
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Edited by Yukss - 5/5/17 at 5:39am
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i7 3930k @4.6ghz HT 1.3 v EVGA X79 FTW gtx 1080 FE with EK waterblock 16gb Corsair Vengance 
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OCZ vertex 3 240gb  Samsung 1tb Custom Watercooling Loop Windows 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung 27" 2ms 1920*1080 G.SKILL km570 mx Corsair HX 850w Thermaltake core p5 
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i7 3930k @4.6ghz HT 1.3 v EVGA X79 FTW gtx 1080 FE with EK waterblock 16gb Corsair Vengance 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
OCZ vertex 3 240gb  Samsung 1tb Custom Watercooling Loop Windows 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung 27" 2ms 1920*1080 G.SKILL km570 mx Corsair HX 850w Thermaltake core p5 
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