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Passed leak tested over night, delid didn't brick my cpu. This has been a good morning!



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Never used a drain myself. Just pull off one of the lower tubes...instant drain smile.gif

Once you use one you will wonder what the hell you have been doing with your life lol
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Passed leak tested over night, delid didn't brick my cpu. This has been a good morning!




Nice, that looks great. I really do like the hard line tubing, but it wasn't something I wanted to try this time around.

Looks great.
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Nice, that looks great. I really do like the hard line tubing, but it wasn't something I wanted to try this time around.

Looks great.

Yeah I did the soft tubing that came with the kit at first in a thermaltake p5 back in january, but never liked that case that much, I decided to go hard line when I moved into the PC-011.
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Looking good guys.

@Jsunn: which radiators are you using? How thick are they?
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Looking good guys.

@Jsunn: which radiators are you using? How thick are they?

I'm using the EK Coolstream PE-360. They are 38mm thick.
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I also got a dual PCIe slot for the card from Mountian Mods.

I needed to make the back plate next. I used 1/2 thick black plexiglass.


Made some measurements, started cutting. biggrin.gif







The back side is a little ugly... tongue.gif






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That looks great! I think I can get a much more logical loop/bends this way. Might try it out myself....
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Thanks @rikkiepc!

I made a couple of updates for the pump exit and relocated my drain. I think it cleaned it up pretty well.




Edited by Jsunn - 4/20/17 at 4:39am
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post #80 of 89
I've been considering getting the same case and try my hand at watercooling aswell, it looks really cool! I especially like your drain port, one of the things I've been having a hard time wrapping my head around where to put aswell tongue.gif

just out of curiosity though, whats the clearance between the two radiators? kinda wondering how big of a reservoir I can fit in there without it getting cramped.
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