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Honestly, if this is your first WC build and you hate modding, this may be the wrong case for you. Look at an S5 or S8 for a turn-key solution. I'll remind you (and everyone else wink.gif ) that custom loops are not "officially" supported in these cases, so any attempt to do so means you're on your own. That being said, we have many, many very talented system builders on OCN who would laugh at that and prove it can be done. I salute them all!! biggrin.gif

Thanks.
Just waiting to see the more experienced peep's build logs for BH2 with water cooling involved. Although I think a-lot more people have bought the BH7 and BH4 then the BH2 so I'll have to wait a bit to see any build log for it maybe.

I might just use the EK Predator 240 & add a gpu into that loop if there's enough room.
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This is the pump setup i'm going with, i'll still be able to see plenty of the gpu and the aluminium housing on the pump matches the case perfectly.

Also it's not blocking any airflow to the gpu, will be used with Black Nanoxia fittings and the Bitspower 12mm Nickel tubing.. i'll be starting shortly i think.

That pump/reservoir combo makes me want to start watercooling adventures thinking.gif
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That pump/reservoir combo makes me want to start watercooling adventures thinking.gif

Make sure your wallet is prepared. You'll always spend more then you expect on a custom loop to get it just right. It's a hobby, but not a cheap one
post #1734 of 2687
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if you are seeing dust computers then they are not being cleaned like they need to and also if you had filters they would be stopped up and would reduce your air flow by a lot and that would adversely affect your cooling because of lack of air movement!!

Also just get a Data Vac like below and blow it out once a month..


I've had this for a few years now and it works like a champ. I dropped using fan filters a long time ago because within a few days/weeks they were clogged up and I'd have to take them out to clean them anyways. With this I pop the top off, spend about 5 mins blowing out the dust and I'm done for another few weeks.
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I've had this for a few years now and it works like a champ. I dropped using fan filters a long time ago because within a few days/weeks they were clogged up and I'd have to take them out to clean them anyways. With this I pop the top off, spend about 5 mins blowing out the dust and I'm done for another few weeks.

They work great! I know Jim has one in the office and I use one at home as well thumb.gif
post #1736 of 2687
I still need to buy a replacement for the one that mysteriously went missing.

The Lab Chimps probably used it for their transmogrifier...
post #1737 of 2687
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Make sure your wallet is prepared. You'll always spend more then you expect on a custom loop to get it just right. It's a hobby, but not a cheap one

Yes, a quick calculation already dissuaded me to do so ( also given the fact that i would get top notch components), maybe someday, if i get rich biggrin.gif, i'll stick to good ol'air cooling for the time being.
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Yes, a quick calculation already dissuaded me to do so ( also given the fact that i would get top notch components), maybe someday, if i get rich biggrin.gif, i'll stick to good ol'air cooling for the time being.


Very succinct and functional usage of the word dissuaded TUFMan. +rep for explanatory skills. smile.gif
     
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post #1739 of 2687
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Very succinct and functional usage of the word dissuaded TUFMan. +rep for explanatory skills. smile.gif

Your generosity overwhelms me good sir, makes me want to get better with that marvelous language that English is tongue.gif
post #1740 of 2687
Very cool pump perfect for that build.
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This is the pump setup i'm going with, i'll still be able to see plenty of the gpu and the aluminium housing on the pump matches the case perfectly.

Also it's not blocking any airflow to the gpu, will be used with Black Nanoxia fittings and the Bitspower 12mm Nickel tubing.. i'll be starting shortly i think.
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