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Your making this waaaaaay harder than it needs to be...
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tongue.gif maybe I am, but not on purpose
That port you pointed out on, it won't be feasible to use this as a fixed fill port due to it's current orientation. I'm looking to get a fixed fill port. Therefore I was thinking to use the top tube res multi port as an access point for a fill port.
To make it a long term solution for easy top-ups, I need to have a tube which is easier to reach and pull out from the case for filling.
Much like my draining loops. The tubes are laying on the bottom of the case, hidden for aesthetics. But when I need to drain the loop, I just pull them out of the case.

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Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post

well I live in Arizona with is hot real hot 9 months out of the year, I to do not have a A/C home I use evaporative coolers in fact I use evaporative coolers from Australia I have two BreezAir units to cool my home so it stays between 23C and 30C in the house all the time 28C average. for me I did a parallel loop setup to help with the heat issues I was having here have a look at what I did as a test setup to show what happens when I reconfigure the same hardware from a serial loop to a full parallel loop.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1573189/serial-vs-parallel-9-6lpm
I think you have enough hardware to do the job but it needs to be reconfigured to get the most out of it.
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/274855-29-experimental-radiator-build
this is the three years of trial and error I when through to figure all of this out but if you would like to skip to the end of the log I have the same setup but with 3 X 360mm radiators all configured into a 3-way parallel setup and that system has a 1C delta T at load. so my load temps on that system where CPU 51C at load and the GPU's 42C at load.
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Agree

I remember you once showed me this genius setup smile.gif It's something I must try. I won't have time for it now with 2 kids running around. I must have my PC with the lowest downtime possible smile.gif
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post #32 of 33

http://imgur.com/a/XTMil

http://imgur.com/lRfBrwi

as for a fill, drain, and flush setup I use this on all of my water loops and have for years as it does not matter where in the system it is placed.
all I do is turn the center 1/4 turn valve to the closed position, then open the other two 1/4 turn valves, and I let the pump do the work for me, this setup makes maintaining a water loop a lot easier.
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if you would like to see a hardcore build, take a look at my TEC build. I have been getting the parts for it now for 4 years, and it has taken me 6 months just to assemble the build. at this point it is almost done being assembled. so if you would like to just scan through the pictures you can get the idea of just how massive the build really is.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1584867/tec-vacuum-chamber-build-log
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