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Hi All,

Thank you to those that offered advice and assistance during this build, it was appreciated and very welcomed.

After many issues with one of the GPU's and Dealing with EVGA RMA department, I now have a working computer. The results and performance have been absolutely phenomenal.

I've made a few changes with the original design of the loop and 1 of the rads staying as a dual pass Rad (top), and Bottom drain port being changed to the right side of the radiator for logistical / Convenience reasons..

I've attached some photographs of the computer, apologise for the poor lighting. I like dim lighting

The hose leading to the top rad from the Res is running behind the motherboard tray and connect through a couple of swivel x2 45° rotary fittings



Temps are about 22/25°C Idle, 30/35°C on load depending on ambient room temp with CPU OC to 3.5Ghz and Ram at 2800Mhz
Glad to see you got everything sorted out with RMA. Can be a real PITA sometimes. Your results are nothing short of top notch!! That under load temperature is awesome.
Is that the CPU temp. with prime95 running?

Also, what is that drive bay device from Asus? very clean looking.
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Glad to see you got everything sorted out with RMA. Can be a real PITA sometimes. Your results are nothing short of top notch!! That under load temperature is awesome.
Is that the CPU temp. with prime95 running?

Also, what is that drive bay device from Asus? very clean looking.

He he, I should of been a little more specific, the 'load' temperature is under normal work loads, while running some simulation games.

I haven't done a torture test with Prime85 yet. But just ran some benchmarks with it though, The temperatures shot up to 53/55°C the ambient temp is currently 24°, I'm hoping those temps are normal for these types of tests?

The Bay device from Asus is the OC Panel that comes with the Asus Rampage V Extreme Motherboard, It can also be place outside of the Case, Its done to personal Preference.
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