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Dual Predator 360's With Clear Tubing Project!!!

post #1 of 30
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Whats up guys.. For those of you interested, Ive recorded me adding 2 predator 360's to my Corsair 760T along with clear tubing and pastel red coolant. Not the best quality video but it'll have to do biggrin.gif i worked hard on it non the less so i Would appreciate everyone support, likes and shares. Thanks in advance. thumb.gif

post #2 of 30
While I like... Please don't shoot in potrait mode in the future. thumb.gif
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While I like... Please don't shoot in potrait mode in the future. thumb.gif

Oh i know trust me. i didnt even think about it. i know now though biggrin.gif
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Bump for attention 🤓
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System looks nice, I would try shorter tubing runs... mounting the reservoir inside the case behind the front radiator would help shorten the run considerably.

With the reservoir mounted behind the radiator, adding a barb or fitting and some tubing to the top fill would allow you to fill without needing another person to hold the reservoir and still allow you to move the case to release air bubbles.
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Originally Posted by EMUracing View Post

System looks nice, I would try shorter tubing runs... mounting the reservoir inside the case behind the front radiator would help shorten the run considerably.

With the reservoir mounted behind the radiator, adding a barb or fitting and some tubing to the top fill would allow you to fill without needing another person to hold the reservoir and still allow you to move the case to release air bubbles.

Thanks man, yea I def enjoy the look of it on top but I've been meaning to shorten the runs. I'm going hard tubing, a new case (p5) another 980 TI, more ram, 2 blocks for the gpu and maybe a. Ew color scheme here sooon. Will keep this thread updated as usual
post #7 of 30
Cool build.
Since I am lacking any true creative talent, my builds all look like watercooled push mowers.
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Cool build.
Since I am lacking any true creative talent, my builds all look like watercooled push mowers.



Lol damn bro.

I was happy with this build , but it's no work of art. I do hate the long runs though
post #9 of 30
Post a nice, clear photo of what's happening with the plumbing. It's too difficult to see in that very tall, painfully narrow video. thumb.gif
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
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post #10 of 30
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Here's the pictures of the finished product

http://www.overclock.net/t/1575547/first-build-3k-budget/180#post_26043199
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