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post #21 of 28
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Ok. i got the computer up and running. I have not done any cable managemnt, yet. The Pc was just built to make sure everything works. Tonight i will get it cleaned up. Here is the loop:














How does everything look? Any suggestions?
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post #22 of 28
Incredibly sexy. Cable management isn't even that bad. Post pics with the lights off please?
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post #23 of 28
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no prob. Give me a little bit, i just turned it off to play with the cables.
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post #24 of 28
NICE. Awaiting results
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Corsair Dominator 32GB DDR4 (C15) @ 2666Mhz 1.2V Crucial MX200 500GB SSD 2TB Western Digital Black Samsung Spinpoint F1 750GB HDD 
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post #25 of 28
Looks very sharp and the stand is the bees knees!
    
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post #26 of 28
Looks great, that res is just really nice to...Thanks for the pic's...
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post #27 of 28
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no problem. i will post some more later tonight. i have some other things i want to do to it. i need to extend the tube coming from CPU block to the res (it is actually pulling the tube out of the cpu block, it is so tight) and then i want to cool the NB and SB (check other posts of mine, i am trying to see when the 780i FTW edition is being released, as it has a built in NB water cooler). I do need some suggestions from you guys though:

1. How do i go about bleeding this system? i have extra tubing, so if i need to cut one going to the rad, i will. I have just siphoned it out every other time, but that is not effective.

2. What is the best NB/SB cooler for my 780i? i have found some made by EK and Viper John.

3. What coolant/anti-corrosive/anti-algae liquid should i use? Right now, i am running straight distilled water.

Thanks.
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post #28 of 28
You mean drain it? I just cut a T into the lowest line with a foot or so of tubing on it, just flip it over into a bucket and take out your res plug and it will drain fast, you might have to tilt your case around a little to get it all out....I usually plug the open end with a brass Fil-Port or a brass plug.Brass Fil-Port.....1/2" Brass Plug

Man I don't know about the NB blocks for that mobo..If fitting it isn't a problem and you really need one I'd look at the little Swifty one for it, or DD has some nice ones...Waterblocks for Northbridge and Southbridge

I like to mix G11 at 10 or 11-1 with distilled, 4 ounces of this make 40 ounces of mix...Pentosin..Then 2 drops of this for a biocide..PT Nuke..A drop of blue "Dawn" dish-washing soap and a ounce of glycerin...The soap and glycerin are both surfactants or water wetters...Don't over use it or it will hurt temp's...The Pentosin I use just to make sure I have a base pH in my coolant, if its acidic it will be a lot more corrosive to metals then a base will...

I run my coolant down a little better in my PDF....
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