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Just got it yesterday (after an RMA for a damaged one).

Fresh out of the box.

Stripped and ready for powder coating.
Hey, before you PC it, could you do me a favor, measure the dimensions inside, from corner to corner and post them. Also the inside width please, please.
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post #5782 of 23525
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Hey wer, how much fluid does it take to fill your system? Is 32oz. good or would I need more? I'm putting a h2o system together on paper and want to make sure I get the amount close so I know what the cost outlay is going to be.

Also...

I was thinking of running 2 pumps also but my thought is to run an 800 l/h pump and a 500 l/h pump. The 500 runs normally and the 800 takes over when I'm OC and playing intensive games. I'm thinking of running them in series (500 drawing through the 800 to save wear and tear on the 500) off a Lamptron Fan Controller. I think the 500 impeller could handle the increase in flow so long as it's not on. That sound right to you? I know it should be able to draw through the 800 but the 800 should not be restricted trying to draw through the 500.

I did find 5770 blocks. Actual dedicated EK brand blocks at $65 each. But now I'm looking at possibly going CPU and HDD coolers if they are not too budget breaking. Oh yeah also found a really nice 5.25 res with black faceplate for $40. Even lets you know when you're low.

Thanks for finding that page for me. I appreciate it.

~Ceadder
w/ my res and dual loops, i ended up using somewhere 60-70 oz , yeah, bought a couple of xtra bottles of coolant (on my third now, many leaks and spills). buy two 32oz bottles, just in case, you'll have some spills . hence reason why i bought a siphon pump to refill

i run both my ocz 800L/h pumps thru the fan controller, its a two-mode switch style, full and half power, only use full pwr on pumps when gaming. for ur pump idea, its a bit complex, i would invest in a 1000+l/h pump (swiftech) and use the fan controller on it, i only thing i could think of is to have some sort of diversion valve to turn on and add flow, but youll have two different flow rates crashing into each other either way, not sure if i understood your idea correctly. i think an 800L/h pump would be ok for a xfire loop, or single vga and cpu loop. or run two separate like me, 500 for cpu and 800 for your 5770 xfire,

wow $65 for ek blocks, xcellent buy, my 4870 block was $90 and 4870x2 was $120 , i like them, except 4870x2 block has got a flaw, no raisers , did a ghetto fix though. cpu block is a good choice (time to oc that 955), hdd block is kinda overkill as well as ram blocks imho, just have good airflow to them and should work fine
Edited by wermad - 4/9/10 at 11:25pm
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Actually I got it wrong on that EK block. $75 each. So far w/o fittings I'm up to $339 with 2 pumps and 1 bottle of PrimoChill.

Unfortunately I'm not sure what size compression fittings to run. I want the Bitspower Black Comp fittings but they go from 1/4" fitting connector to #mm and I'm not entirely sure on which size fits the 1/2 id Feser hoses. I'm thinking of running white UV reactive(Hence the two 15" uv cats) hoses. I don't want any chrome if I can help it.

Only problem is that the CPU cooler I want to run isn't yet available. So I'll probably still go with the H50 until it is. And don't know if I should run the NB/SB(still not available yet) but seeing your stance on the HDD cooler(wouldn't run RAM coolers since that voids the warranty on the Dominators which will be brand new) anyway still trying to figure it out but I think that the conversion is 13.5 mm to the 1/2" ID. Not sure if I got that right but I got time to get it worked out.

Thanks for the assistance. So at least 2 bottles of coolant. Though I will be tub testing my system, so hopefully I can circumvent some of the issues that you've had.

*Edit* I figured out the fittings. 1/4" thread at both ends as adapter *dee dee deeee* and then you fit the size fitting that you require.
So anyway once I got that issue translated in the ole pea brain it was simple enough.*ediT*

5 ft. of hose enough or you think more?

~Ceadder

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w/ my res and dual loops, i ended up using somewhere 60-70 oz , yeah, bought a couple of xtra bottles of coolant (on my third now, many leaks and spills). buy two 32oz bottles, just in case, you'll have some spills . hence reason why i bought a siphon pump to refill

i run both my ocz 800L/h pumps thru the fan controller, its a two-mode switch style, full and half power, only use full pwr on pumps when gaming. for ur pump idea, its a bit complex, i would invest in a 1000+l/h pump (swiftech) and use the fan controller on it, i only thing i could think of is to have some sort of diversion valve to turn on and add flow, but youll have two different flow rates crashing into each other either way, not sure if i understood your idea correctly. i think an 800L/h pump would be ok for a xfire loop, or single vga and cpu loop. or run two separate like me, 500 for cpu and 800 for your 5770 xfire,

wow $65 for ek blocks, xcellent buy, my 4870 block was $90 and 4870x2 was $120 , i like them, except 4870x2 block has got a flaw, no raisers , did a ghetto fix though. cpu block is a good choice (time to oc that 955), hdd block is kinda overkill as well as ram blocks imho, just have good airflow to them and should work fine

Edited by Ceadderman - 4/10/10 at 2:06am
 
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You may be able to ge by with 5 ft. I always get 10 ft just to be safe and just in case I add or change something, I have enough and don't have to pay shipping again.
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fixed my fans and the hdd decided to go clicky-ti-click,
time to shop for new one, might go ssd,

compression fittings are a pita for moi, you gotta know id and od of your tube, plus their more expensive. I recommend barbs w/ nylon click clamps (more clicks, aaaahhhhhhhh). not as sexy but effective.

5 ft of tubing is ok for a single loop, i ended up using around +10ft, and got an extra 4-5ft for the drain line. my recommendation if your going w/ two vga blocks and cpu block 10 ft to be safe, any extra and you can use as a drain line like mine or if you decide to change the loop (add nb/sb, mosfet, ram, hdd blocks).

I purchased my stuff from Koolance, Frozencpu and moddersmart

might as well get all at once to save on shipping. btw get some 90° and 45° swivel fittings for those elaborate bends to ease the tubing setup. they come in handy if your going w/ big rads and good size res, coolant as a precaution i would get two.

going to Fry's tomorrow, they've got a sale on ssd.
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I'm sorry bout your HDD wermad. Had I been around when you were contemplating it I would have advised you to leave the seagate alone though. There is a youtube vid where their product rep just disses Hitachi for having 5 platters in their TB drive. "More parts" means more chances of going bad since there are more read heads in the 5 platter design.

Hitachi 5 platters and 10 read heads = 2 per platter.

Seagate 4 platters and 8 read heads = 2 per platter.

Sorry but my Aspergers dictates that 5 platters are better than 4 because there is less information stored per platter. 200 gigs rather than 250. The more data on the platter the more the drive has to work to find it. This also slows down read/write times. I don't have the seagate seek time in front of me but the Hitachi is 32 miliseconds. I realize that the Seagate drive isn't going to be that much different but when I see someone who is SUPPOSED to be knowledgeable talkin out their bum about their competition, I have to use my brain and figure out WHY the competition is as bad as the Rep believes them to be.

If you're a good business(like WD) you let your product speak for itself. You don't talk trash. Granted my Hitachi is relatively new, but I've not ever had a problem with any Hitachi drive that I've owned. If I don't have any available I'll buy WD. But I stay away from Seagates and Maxtors. Seagates USED to be as solid as WD.

Wow I can't believe how much I'm into this h2o setup before I even pay for it. we're talkin $600 without the compression fittings so far. And without the Rad fittings. I changed the pumps up to both 800 since they are the same price at P-PCS at the moment. So I'm dropping the H50, I think. But we'll see. Anyway I couldn't find 3/4 OD fittings. The biggest I could find at Performance was 5/8 OD. I really don't feel like shaving lines to fit the smaller OD. So I guess I get to do this all over again to see if I can get a better price through Frozen.

We'll see though. Oh yes the Feser UV reactive hose I'm going to get is 1/5 ID x 3/4 OD. Having worked parts I had to know that kind of info for hoses and fittings. And it's something I always look for when dealing with anything involving liquids. Especially around electrical parts.

~Ceadder

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fixed my fans and the hdd decided to go clicky-ti-click,
time to shop for new one, might go ssd,

compression fittings are a pita for moi, you gotta know id and od of your tube, plus their more expensive. I recommend barbs w/ nylon click clamps (more clicks, aaaahhhhhhhh). not as sexy but effective.

5 ft of tubing is ok for a single loop, i ended up using around +10ft, and got an extra 4-5ft for the drain line. my recommendation if your going w/ two vga blocks and cpu block 10 ft to be safe, any extra and you can use as a drain line like mine or if you decide to change the loop (add nb/sb, mosfet, ram, hdd blocks).

I purchased my stuff from Koolance, Frozencpu and moddersmart

might as well get all at once to save on shipping. btw get some 90° and 45° swivel fittings for those elaborate bends to ease the tubing setup. they come in handy if your going w/ big rads and good size res, coolant as a precaution i would get two.

going to Fry's tomorrow, they've got a sale on ssd.

Edited by Ceadderman - 4/10/10 at 3:15am
 
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Oh yes the Feser UV reactive hose I'm going to get is 1/5 ID x 3/4 OD.
~Ceadder
Take it you mean 1/2" ID? That shop does Enzotech Compression Fittings in that size. It's funny seeing the different availability of fittings in different countries; over here I was after 7/16" ID compression fittings but they are like rocking horse poop.
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lol it's 0420am here. Yeah I meant 1/2. I've been up listening to the Gigantes/ Squaws rebroadcast. 13 freakin innings.

Gotta love those. Anyway brain is here fingers typing is sporadic at best.

Yeah I noticed that the CPU cooler I want is only available in Europe right now. Alphacools AM3 cooler in Red anodized mount and black anodized cooler. 60 Euros so it's probably $90 here when it finally comes out.

Oh yeah, I'm tryin ta keep them as dark as possible. Though I may go with the shinies to offset all the black, the hose will be white with red spring kit on them. I just may decide to just buy the hardware first w/o chip coolers etc. And run the cards w/o water and then when I'm better able to do so, get the rest of the kit in a bulk shipment. $600 is A LOT to absorb when you have to rely on school funds. I may be getting $2500 but I have to be realistic about things.

~Ceadder

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Take it you mean 1/2" ID? That shop does Enzotech Compression Fittings in that size. It's funny seeing the different availability of fittings in different countries; over here I was after 7/16" ID compression fittings but they are like rocking horse poop.

Edited by Ceadderman - 4/10/10 at 4:35am
 
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I'm sorry bout your HDD wermad. Had I been around when you were contemplating it I would have advised you to leave the seagate alone though. ~Ceadder
tnx, only got the seagate bcus it was on special $90. ne who, after looking at ssd i'll put that to the side, might get a 500gb hitachi or wd both 7.2k. Fry's has a Patriot ssd for $80 after mir. after poking around ocn regarding ssd, imma wait, a lil too out of my league in competency and mula. unless you can convince me its easier and better way, lol. amazon has a 128gb ssd kingstons for $250, no tax and free shipping, or 64gb for $157. tough call, ne advise ? its 5 am local time, imma turn in, gotta go to work in a few hrs.
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i am wondering where do you put your SSD drive if your hard drive slot is full?
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