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Lately I;ve been working on cabling and I started he plumbing. I ran out of tubing so I'm at a stand still. I'm trying real hard not to use fittings other then the compression connectors for the tubing and the bulkheads. Some of those bends in the PETG have been difficult to get right. I've wasted some tubing in the process. I also added the drain port on the bottom radiator.



post #12 of 291
Looks nice like how you mounted the farbwerk. Will read up laters

I think we should start a tx10 and STH10 club for properoversized cases....
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post #13 of 291
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Looks nice like how you mounted the farbwerk. Will read up laters

I think we should start a tx10 and STH10 club for properoversized cases....
Thank you and good idea for the new thread.
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How do you like your farbwerk? I liked mine while it lasted and that was for about minute biggrin.gif, this is just a little heads up for your future reference. I got farbwerk about 3 weeks ago and yes the blue color you see obviously does not much the color scheme of my case, but this was the latest picture I took before my farbwerk went into flames latterly.

1 of my 4 IP65 cables shorted out and took my whole unit down, I've had laterally fire in my case, never seen anything like it. After the fact, when I tested all 4 cables with multimeter, one of them was bad where was crimped, they were touching each other so be careful if you ever adding more led's, use multimeter first, it wont hurt, but might save aggravation and horror, test the cables first before plug-in that's what I've been ask to do by AC.

Btw. your build coming along nicely thumb.gif
post #15 of 291
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Were you using aqua computer LED's? I've tested the cables to verify operation but since I'm still working on this build I haven't really done much else. It does look nice though. I found out that the LED's only power from one direction though.
post #16 of 291
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Were you using aqua computer LED's? I've tested the cables to verify operation but since I'm still working on this build I haven't really done much else. It does look nice though. I found out that the LED's only power from one direction though.


Yes I used AC IP65 LED's, they do work great, unfortunately farbwerk channels are very sensitive to disruption so it's imperative to verify that the cables are in good condition. In years I never had any issues with cables, but those things happen, AC have sent me new unit, but I'm not sure if I will use it in this build or the next one, whenever that might be.
And yes, when you cut/trim your LED's, you need to cut them at the appropriate segment, otherwise it won't power up.
post #17 of 291
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Yes I used AC IP65 LED's, they do work great, unfortunately farbwerk channels are very sensitive to disruption so it's imperative to verify that the cables are in good condition. In years I never had any issues with cables, but those things happen, AC have sent me new unit, but I'm not sure if I will use it in this build or the next one, whenever that might be.
And yes, when you cut/trim your LED's, you need to cut them at the appropriate segment, otherwise it won't power up.

I noticed about the sensitivity of the cables. I haven't had to cut any of the LED strips yet so I keep that in mind.
post #18 of 291
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I did some more tubing today. I'm not very happy with the tube coming from the top rad, so when I get some more tubing I'll fix that one. I added all the panels and took some pics to have an idea what it's going to look like when finished.






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Very nice thumb.gif
You should be getting pretty low temps and fairly silent operation with the amount of radiators and those fans smile.gif
Edited by NewUser16 - 3/31/16 at 8:25pm
post #20 of 291
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Did some plumbing work today. Banged my hands up pretty good getting everything connected in the top compartment.









Edited by jsutter71 - 4/5/16 at 8:23pm
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