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Hey guys, I started my build not having a custom loop in my mind. Started with a H110i that I had problems with temps. I returned that and ended up getting the ekwb-kit l360 and set that up. I have my phanteks enthoo luxe pretty much gutted out, cables management at one point in the beginning was good, but I opened my case up about 20 times doing various fan configrations when I had the H110i. So I am researching on going with the acrylic tubing as it is a much cleaner look and id like to change the color of my fittings and go with clear tubing. As you can see, now I have a gtx980ti hybrid in the mix due to not planning on the custom loop, should I either sell the card and get another without the cooler and add a block to it? Or remove the pump+radiator off the card and keep this card? Right now I have a funky configuration, but works, I just wanted to get the machine running.
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post #2 of 32
That is kinda funky lol. I'm not entirely sure what to do about the video card. My thoughts are that when/if you sell it, you're going to take a loss due to it being used, so you could just put a water block on the one you have, and then when you want to upgrade, put it back together and sell it, maybe sell the block seperately. That way you only take the loss once, instead of twice due to selling it for a similar model, then upgrading in [insert time duration]. Depends on how long you keep your cards though.

As far as the tubing goes, I would actually steer you toward PETG over Acrylic personally, I've found PETG a lot easier to cut and bend (I have both in my system right now, due to not paying attention lol). If it helps your research at all, I have Primochill's Revolvers in white and Ghosts in Black, basically the same fitting, but different style of collar. I really like the way the revolvers look, and the tubes seem nice and snug. My only complaints is how fat they are (fits fine on EK blocks, but I need an extender for Alphacool and Phobya stuff) and that when tightening the fitting (not the collar, just the base) the sharp threads chop up your fingers a bit. They also sometimes look like they are tightened down all the way, but the o-ring isn't quite flush with the block. Easy fix, just double check it before you fill everything up lol. Also, if it's leaking from the collar, not the base, don't use pliers. Probably the tube is just in wrong, I've scratched a couple fittings.
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post #3 of 32
I took a very similar upgrade path to my custom loop. At one point I had a EK L240 (r2.0) and a gtx980 (hybrid cooled), now the only thing I have left of the kit is the Supremacy mx.

I'd recommend keeping the card that you've got and just getting a waterblock for it, it'll probably save you money overall.

and like Saiyamoto said, I like PETG personally but there is nothing wrong with acrylic.
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I will look into PETG i didnt know about it, thanks for your input guys
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Since your asking for suggestions here is what I would do:

1. Get the EK full cover block for the GPU.
2. Add another 240 rad in the front of the case with the ports at the top.
3. Get a taller replacement res tube from EK to fill in the space more.
4. Rotate the GPU block 180 so the logo is orientated properly.
5. Rotate the top rad 180 so the ports are towards the front of the case.
6. Replace the ZMT with clear Primochill Advanced LRT tubing.
7. Get the EK UV blue coolant.
8. Make the loop order pump/res-front rad-top rad-cpu-gpu-pump/res.

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Since your asking for suggestions here is what I would do:

1. Get the EK full cover block for the GPU.
2. Add another 240 rad in the front of the case with the ports at the top.
3. Get a taller replacement res tube from EK to fill in the space more.
4. Rotate the GPU block 180 so the logo is orientated properly.
5. Rotate the top rad 180 so the ports are towards the front of the case.
6. Replace the ZMT with clear Primochill Advanced LRT tubing.
7. Get the EK UV blue coolant.
8. Make the loop order pump/res-front rad-top rad-cpu-gpu-pump/res.

I think that would really spice your loop up.

I think you meant CPU on #4 lol. The CPU block is indeed upside-down in the picture, which doesn't affect performance (unless you use the wrong ports in a custom loop), just aesthetics.

Also I don't think EK sells the taller version of that combo res standalone. You have to buy it with a pump. Not sure why they don't, I wanted to buy a D5 Res from them, but they only sold the small one without a D5 pump and I already had a pump... frown.gif But yeah a taller res to fill up space would look good I agree

Primochill Advanced LRT is soft tubing by the way, OP was looking at rigid tubing. Same company makes PETG and Acrylic as well though, with some good looking fittings. I agree that some UV Blue dye/coolant would look awesome. I used Mayhems UV Pastel White with blue PETG in my computer (also has a white case), and it looks ballin'
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Since your asking for suggestions here is what I would do:

1. Get the EK full cover block for the GPU.
2. Add another 240 rad in the front of the case with the ports at the top.
3. Get a taller replacement res tube from EK to fill in the space more.
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5. Rotate the top rad 180 so the ports are towards the front of the case.
6. Replace the ZMT with clear Primochill Advanced LRT tubing.
7. Get the EK UV blue coolant.
8. Make the loop order pump/res-front rad-top rad-cpu-gpu-pump/res.

I think that would really spice your loop up.

I think you meant CPU on #4 lol. The CPU block is indeed upside-down in the picture, which doesn't affect performance (unless you use the wrong ports in a custom loop), just aesthetics.

Also I don't think EK sells the taller version of that combo res standalone. You have to buy it with a pump. Not sure why they don't, I wanted to buy a D5 Res from them, but they only sold the small one without a D5 pump and I already had a pump... frown.gif But yeah a taller res to fill up space would look good I agree

Primochill Advanced LRT is soft tubing by the way, OP was looking at rigid tubing. Same company makes PETG and Acrylic as well though, with some good looking fittings. I agree that some UV Blue dye/coolant would look awesome. I used Mayhems UV Pastel White with blue PETG in my computer (also has a white case), and it looks ballin'

Opps, good catch on #4, I did mean CPU, please please please don't turn the GPU block 180, that wouldn't be good, lol.

Maybe I'm reading it wrong but it looks like this replacement tube is compatible with that pump/res combo?
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-res-x3-tube-250-204mm

I did see that he mentioned doing acrylic tubing, just thought he might want to try some clear soft tubing first, but I do think rigid tubing gives a build much much more appeal. If OP plans to bend his own tubes then I agree it might be easier to work with PETG instead of acrylic. Fittings are all personal choice of course, but for me it's easiest to figure out the size tubing first, then choose fittings for that size. Trying to sort through all the fitting choices these days can be a nightmare.
 
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Opps, good catch on #4, I did mean CPU, please please please don't turn the GPU block 180, that wouldn't be good, lol.

Maybe I'm reading it wrong but it looks like this replacement tube is compatible with that pump/res combo?
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-res-x3-tube-250-204mm

I did see that he mentioned doing acrylic tubing, just thought he might want to try some clear soft tubing first, but I do think rigid tubing gives a build much much more appeal. If OP plans to bend his own tubes then I agree it might be easier to work with PETG instead of acrylic. Fittings are all personal choice of course, but for me it's easiest to figure out the size tubing first, then choose fittings for that size. Trying to sort through all the fitting choices these days can be a nightmare.

I did not realize EK had the same tubes for all their reservoirs. That's pretty neat actually, although I still wish they sold the combo style in bigger tubes standalone. So yeah, get a bigger res tube OP thumb.gif

Yeah that's a good point on the tubing. Soft tubing is way easier than rigid in my opinion, but I agree that rigid often looks better in the end. I also agree that fittings can be rough lol. All sorts of odd stuff with them too like triple rotary adapters...
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lol i didnt realize the cpu block was backwards.
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lol i didnt realize the cpu block was backwards.

Eh, the logo is just upside-down is all lol. Doesn't hurt performance in this case.
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