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I put mine in the bottom of the case when I use a bay res, you will have to kick it back a little to keep from having a hard bend...That way your pump is gravity fed, less chance of dry starts and its easy to prime to...

With a bay res put a thick phone book under the front of your case, lay your rad down low in the back...You will prime it by filling it up as much as you can in the res and down through the tubing, then turn your pump on and off several times till it quietens down, its primed once it get quiet...Shake your rad a few times real good, and keep filling as it need it, once it full go ahead and turn it in and off a few times more to work the rest of the air out and your good...I usually can bleed a rig set up like that in just a few minutes...You might need to rock your box from side to side and front to back to get it all out, it likes to hide in the fittings, any hanging on the inside of your tubing just tap it off with your finger or something....

Heres a bay res rig with my pump in the bottom of my case, I had the rad hanging on the back of this one...I don't really know of any guide to top mount one, look around in the WC pic thread and it might give you some ideas...
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Thank you again for you very helpful replies. You really have made this whole deal a lot more understandable.
And yeah, it doesn't seem too hard to toss a couple of mounting screws in.
I think I may now be reaching the "finalization" stages. I do have a couple more questions though.
Ira-k mentioned before about using 7/16" tube on 1/2" fittings. Are you supposed to run the tube smaller than the fittings? Or is it just to be safe?
Also, when ordering the 480gtx on dangerden it has an option to select fitting style. The options are "high flow" and "perfect seal". What is the difference? It seems to me that I wouldn't want anything other than a "perfect seal".
There are probably more, but I can't think of them at the moment.
Thank you.
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Thank you again for you very helpful replies. You really have made this whole deal a lot more understandable.
And yeah, it doesn't seem too hard to toss a couple of mounting screws in.
I think I may now be reaching the "finalization" stages. I do have a couple more questions though.
Ira-k mentioned before about using 7/16" tube on 1/2" fittings. Are you supposed to run the tube smaller than the fittings? Or is it just to be safe?
Also, when ordering the 480gtx on dangerden it has an option to select fitting style. The options are "high flow" and "perfect seal". What is the difference? It seems to me that I wouldn't want anything other than a "perfect seal".
There are probably more, but I can't think of them at the moment.
Thank you.
I always used the hi flow, they have some "Fat Boy" barbs there, you would have to buy them separately, but they have an o-ring capture and will be a lot more less likely to leak then the perfect seal or hi flo....There only a couple of bux each...The perfect seal are the same diameter all the way down the barb and have a smaller lip then the hi flo...

The 7/16x5/8 will flow about as well as the full 1/2", fits the barbs tighter so it makes a better seal, its more compact and easier to route around in your case, and it puts less torque on your blocks, they will sit flatter on your chip, hopefully......Its a little harder to get on your barbs, I tell how I do it in that PDF....
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post #14 of 34
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Okay, so I am getting ready to order this. If you guys could give my system the once over (to make sure I am not making any bonehead mistakes), I would be very grateful. (Basically it is the same as what ira-k suggested to me in the first couple posts).
res: http://www.dangerden.com/store/product.php?productid=52
rad: http://www.dangerden.com/store/produ...?productid=261
pump: http://www.jab-tech.com/product.php?productid=2982
mount: http://www.jab-tech.com/product.php?productid=4048
fan: panaflows are sold out everywhere I check, so I had to go look for some other ones. I heard the San Ace's are pretty nice, but it didn't take me very long to realize that they are harder to find than the panaflows.
How do these look? http://www.petrastechshop.com/12x38scdfuka2.html
Block: I can tell that the stingers are the best, but they cost 3 times more than the d tek. And I am under the impression that it is (relatively) a close race between the two. Is the stinger v8 really that much better than the dtek? If not: http://www.jab-tech.com/product.php?productid=3667
Addatives: The ones ira-k suggested.
I have decided on the 7/16ths and the "perfect seal" style of attachments, just to be safe.
How does this sound?
Good to order?
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Looks good mate, you will want a fan controller for those fans although... they will be loud running at 3000rpm
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Looks good mate, you will want a fan controller for those fans although... they will be loud running at 3000rpm
thanks a bunch, and yeah i figured as much.
I was thinking about the Sunbeam Rhobeus (sp?) extreme, I think it's called.
Or maybe one with an lcd? I dunno. can I put all four rad fans on the same channel?
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I really suggest sticking to the original mounting hardware, the pro mount doesn't apply downward force across the top of the FuZion as its built to have done to it... and with the money you save with this tip you could invest in the nozzle kit instead...

Also, I'd say put it all together @ petra's to save on shipping costs, the prices are similar...

EDIT: sunbeam rheobuses are the best and all 4 on one channel? I guess its possible, but I do 1fan/dial...
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I really suggest sticking to the original mounting hardware, the pro mount doesn't apply downward force across the top of the FuZion as its built to have done to it... and with the money you save with this tip you could invest in the nozzle kit instead...

Also, I'd say put it all together @ petra's to save on shipping costs, the prices are similar...

EDIT: sunbeam rheobuses are the best and all 4 on one channel? I guess its possible, but I do 1fan/dial...
Does it really??? I've had several s/775 users tell me that it helped their mounts a lot, that it took all the flex out of the mobo and they could get a lot better mount....

I don't really know since i don't use s/775...I'd break my mobo in half with-out a back-plate, I know that much....
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So, how much of a difference is there really between the stinger v8 and the dtek fuzion?
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