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Hi everybody!

I bought a PC but I'd realy like too watercool it (actualy got a Noctua aircooler)

About the Hardware I got this (if you need to know the other part of the hardware, just ask) :
-GPU : 980 Ti from MSI (the non-reference model)
-MoBo : Asus RoG Ranger VIII
-CPU : I7 6700K
-Case : SM8 in black

I got interrested by the Aquaero from aqua-computer and all the stuff with it.

I already bought the WB for the CPU and this is what I think i'll take :

Watercooling

-Pump : EK-D5 PWM Motor 12V DC PWM Pump Motor ( http://www.highflow.nl/pompen/laing-swiftech/pompen-nl/ek-d5-pwm-motor-12v-dc-pwm-pump-motor.html ) with the EK-D5 X-TOP CSQ - Plexi ( http://www.highflow.nl/pompen/laing-swiftech/tops/d5-tops/ek-d5-x-top-csq-plexi.html , unluckily the Acetal version isn't availiable anymore ) with the EK-D5 Cover Kit Black Acetal ( http://www.highflow.nl/pompen/laing-swiftech/pomp-laing-swiftech-toebehoren/ek-d5-cover-kit-black-acetal.html )

-Reservoir : XSPC Photon 270 Tube Reservoir ( http://www.highflow.nl/reservoirs/tube-reservoirs/xspc-photon-270-tube-reservoir.html )

-Tubbing :Acrylic tube 12/10mm Clear - 100cm ( http://www.highflow.nl/slangen/3-8-slangen-10mm-id/acrylic-tube-12-10mm-clear-100cm.html ) + Acrylic tube 12/10mm Clear - 50cm ( http://www.highflow.nl/slangen/3-8-slangen-10mm-id/acrylic-tube-12-10mm-clear-50cm.html )

-Fitting :
45° : Bitspower Matt Black Enhance Rotary G1/4 45-Degree Multi-Link Adapter - BP-MBE45RML ( http://www.highflow.nl/aansluitingen/fittingen/bitspower/bitspower-matt-black-enhance-rotary-g1-4-45-degree-multi-link-adapter-bp-mbe45rml.html ) I finaly send an e-mail to Highflow.nl to ask them if they had this fittings and they add it in their webshop biggrin.gif

90° : Bitspower Enhance 90-Degree Rotary Dual Multi-Link Adapter - Matt Black - BP-MBE90RML ( http://www.highflow.nl/aansluitingen/fittingen/bitspower/bitspower-enhance-90-degree-rotary-dual-multi-link-adapter-matt-black-bp-mbe90rml.html )

Normal : Bitspower G1/4 Enhance Multi-Link For OD 12MM - Matt Black - BP-MBEML ( http://www.highflow.nl/aansluitingen/fittingen/bitspower/matt-black/bitspower-g1-4-enhance-multi-link-for-od-12mm-matt-black-bp-mbeml.html )

-Rads : EK-CoolStream XE 360 - Triple ( http://www.highflow.nl/radiatoren/3-x-120mm-360/ek-coolstream-xe-360-triple.html ) + EK-CoolStream XE 480 - Quad ( http://www.highflow.nl/radiatoren/4-x-120mm-480/ek-coolstream-xe-480-quad.html )

-Fans : EK-Vardar F4-120ER 120mm PWM fan - 2200rpm - Black ( http://www.highflow.nl/fans/ventilatoren/ekwb-vardar/ek-vardar-f4-120er-120mm-pwm-fan-2200rpm-black.html ) Or GT, still not sure.

-WB GPU : EK-FC980 GTX Ti TF5 - Acetal+Nickel (http://www.highflow.nl/water-blocks/gpu-blocks/nvidia/ek-fc980-gtx-ti-tf5-acetalnickel.html) + EK-FC980 GTX TF5 Backplate (R.2) - Black (http://www.highflow.nl/water-blocks/gpu-blocks/toebehoren-gpu-backplates-mounting-kits-etc/ek-fc980-gtx-tf5-backplate-r.2-black.html )

-Fan controler : Aqua-Computer Aquaero 6 XT USB fan controller, graphic LCD, touch control, IR remote control - 53146 ( http://www.highflow.nl/fans/controllers/5.25-bay/aqua-computer-aquaero-6-xt-usb-fan-controller-graphic-lcd-touch-control-ir-remote-control-53146.html ) + Aqua-Computer Passive heat sink for aquaero 6 - Black 53164 ( http://www.highflow.nl/modding/overige-nl-2/aqua-computer-passive-heat-sink-for-aquaero-6-black-53164.html ) + Aqua-Computer Temperature Sensor Inline 1x G1/4 ID 1x G1/4 OD ( http://www.highflow.nl/aansluitingen/flow-temp-meters/temp-meters/aqua-computer-temperature-sensor-inline-1x-g1-4-id-1x-g1-4-od.html )

-Coolant : Mayhems Dye Blue 15ml + Mayhems Pastel - Blue Berry - MD-P-IW


Sleeving

http://choosemypc.net/sleeving/?p=56c1d6865aa04

MDPC-X Sleeve - SATA - 1 meter (x1)
MDPC-X Sleeve - SMALL - 1 meter - Black (x13)
MDPC-X Sleeve - SMALL - 1 meter - Aquamarine MKII (x12)
MDPC-X Sleeve - SMALL - 1 meter - Titanium Grey MKII (x13)
MDPC-X Heatshrink 4:1 SMALL - Pre-Cut - 50pcs (x4)
MDPC-X Edition Original MOLEX Pinremover

Leds

DarkSide CONNECT Dimmable Rigid LED Strip - 30cm - WHITE (x2) + DarkSide Type 02S - Connect to 3-PIN Y-cable - 10cm + DarkSide Type 09 - Connect Extension Cable - 30cm

Link of the card : http://www.highflow.nl/index.php?dispatch=cartlists.details&list_id=11103

What do you think about this, and what should I change?

Thanks!
Edited by AresTheGod - 2/15/16 at 12:20pm
post #2 of 17
Sounds like you have a great set of parts picked out. I'm a huge fan of Aquacomputer and Caselabs. I'm not a fan of the corsair fans. I personally only use noiseblocker, but that's just me. I've never used anything other than bitspower fittings. I've read the borrow fittings are a good cheaper alternative to bitspower. I used the bitspower Chrystal link tubing you linked in my current build. I liked it, easy to bend, just buy extra if your going to bend it..

Personally don't think you can go wrong with what you have picked out, should be a great system.
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post #3 of 17
imo, it all looks good. if your doing rigid tubing usually 45 fittings aren't a necessity, but i guarantee you will use some 90s. All the cash your plopping down on those components i think some better fans would be in order, i like the corsair fans but if the budget isn't an issue there are better fans.

So your getting blue dye and ice white coolant?

what is your cpu block?
 
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post #4 of 17
Thread Starter 
Hi thanks for your answer!

About the Corsair fan, i'd like to have some light in my computer and they got some Leds. Otherwise I would probably get or Gentle Typhoon/ Ek Vadar for performance or Noiseblocker to get some silence biggrin.gif
Quote:
I used the bitspower Chrystal link tubing you linked in my current build. I liked it, easy to bend, just buy extra if your going to bend it..

Yeah, I'd realy like to make nice bends, little bit like this build

And thanks !
post #5 of 17
Thread Starter 
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imo, it all looks good. if your doing rigid tubing usually 45 fittings aren't a necessity, but i guarantee you will use some 90s. All the cash your plopping down on those components i think some better fans would be in order, i like the corsair fans but if the budget isn't an issue there are better fans.

So your getting blue dye and ice white coolant?

what is your cpu block?

First thanks for the answer.
Soo I should take like 6x90° or 45°?
About the fan, if you recommend me to take other fan I will! Just what should I take, Gentle Typhoon looks great but 200¨$ of fan ( need 8 fan i don't do push/pull) are realy worth it?

Again thanks for taking your time to answer biggrin.gif

Ah forgot, the CPU WB is EK-Supremacy EVO Elite Edition - Intel 115x ( http://www.highflow.nl/water-blocks/cpu-blocks/intel/ek-supremacy-evo-elite-edition-intel-115x.html )
Quote:
So your getting blue dye and ice white coolant?

Yes, i'd like to get a blue like in this picture
Edited by AresTheGod - 1/8/16 at 1:04pm
post #6 of 17
Have you considered using the blue berry pastel and darkening it with blue dye? That's what I did and it still took quite a bit of dye to get to the shade in my build.

I would recommend you sketch out your tubing runs and try to figure out exactly how many angled fittings you're going to need, they are kinda pricey.

As far as lighting inside your case goes, you are better off getting LED strips instead of relying on the light from the fans. Also, you might want to just go with white LED fans instead of the blue. The light the blue gives off is not bright enough to really show off your parts the way an LED strip can. I feel like my build is too dark and if I were to do it again, I would use white LED fans.

Good luck with the build!
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post #7 of 17
Thread Starter 
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Have you considered using the blue berry pastel and darkening it with blue dye? That's what I did and it still took quite a bit of dye to get to the shade in my build.

Damn you're right, didn't think about it biggrin.gif
Quote:
I would recommend you sketch out your tubing runs and try to figure out exactly how many angled fittings you're going to need, they are kinda pricey.

Yeah I know... I can do it on paint right?
Quote:
As far as lighting inside your case goes, you are better off getting LED strips instead of relying on the light from the fans. Also, you might want to just go with white LED fans instead of the blue. The light the blue gives off is not bright enough to really show off your parts the way an LED strip can. I feel like my build is too dark and if I were to do it again, I would use white LED fans.

Soo maybe I can take normal fan (without led) and take Led strips? 1 led strip is enough? I don't want my PC to be a lamp too biggrin.gif
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Good luck with the build!

Thanks!


If I'm brave enough,I'll buy sleeve thumb.gif
post #8 of 17
Spending all that money on top quality components....and using Corsair fans? Sorry, I just don't see the logic. I will be gentle with the wording, and say that our testing found them "mediocre at best".

If the lighting is that much of a concern, grab some BitFenix LED strips. No need to make your loop (and ears) suffer.
post #9 of 17
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Spending all that money on top quality components....and using Corsair fans? Sorry, I just don't see the logic. I will be gentle with the wording, and say that our testing found them "mediocre at best".

If the lighting is that much of a concern, grab some BitFenix LED strips. No need to make your loop (and ears) suffer.

Well suppose that i'm gonna change those fans biggrin.gif

But again, what should I take?
post #10 of 17
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Quote:
Spending all that money on top quality components....and using Corsair fans? Sorry, I just don't see the logic. I will be gentle with the wording, and say that our testing found them "mediocre at best".

If the lighting is that much of a concern, grab some BitFenix LED strips. No need to make your loop (and ears) suffer.

Well suppose that i'm gonna change those fans biggrin.gif

But again, what should I take?

It looks like you got a blue/white/black theme going so here is just one suggestion, there are many many others, but these are a rebrand of the NB-eLoops with those colors and just a few bucks more than the Corsairs.

Alphacool NB-eLoop 2300rpm - Bionic Fan (120x120x25mm)
 
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