The RD 30 is just such a nice pump, high head pumps and jet barb blocks just give me that warm fuzzy feeling, I love them!!! Your Stinger is going to love it to...
Those are some slick tricked out looking blocks!!!
Your going to have a killer TEC loop..
Thanks for the pic's...
EDIT...I forgot, I love McMasters to, I try to stay away from there, theres just to many goodies..
I am just wishing I do everything properly this time check everything and etc... and ill be taking pics along the way so that I can make a step by step guide to getting into TEC cooling and talking about TEC loops how would a MCR320 or GTS360 work for cooling the MCW6500T w/ 226W TEC and i might change it to the 320W TEC so would either of these rads be good for cooling the TEC im gonna have 3 (MAYBE 6 w/ push pull) scythe slipstream 120x25 110cfm fans pushing on the rad so the loop would be:
Micro-res -> MCP355 w/ XSPC top -> PA160 -> MCW6500T -> MCR320/GTS360 -> RES
how is that?
and mcmaster is awesome they have EVERYTHING and I try and stay away aswell I just keep adding if I get screws I get three different types
That will work out great
By the way, you're gonna find that the rad setup you are planning will still have room to take a lot more heat . You're using the same rads/fans I got (but I'm sure you know that already, heh), and the fans can even be turned down halfway without changing temps much. Once they are turned down to where they are silent the rads get warm though.
Though the real noise problem is the 24V PSU....if you haven't turned it on yet you're in for a surprise . Its one fan is louder than all 8 panas put together!
For the love of Buddha!
...it's like Christmas everyday at your house!
P.S. Nice recycled counter-top you have. It's not Corian, but I can't recall what that material is named....
and as for the counter-top not really sure my dad put em in he really liked em so I dont know the name either but I think it looks good