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post #731 of 2002
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I was hoping for links to each part.

Resevoirs (choose one type):
- Just the tube resevoir
- Resevoir that can mount a DDC pump
- Resevoir that can mount a D5 pump

Mounting:
- Mounting brackets for the resevoir itself
- 120mm fan adaptor (choose this or 140mm, depending on radiator you're mounting it to)
- 140mm fan adaptor (choose this or 120mm, depending on radiator you're mounting it to)
- Other accessories, such as lighting stripes, different coloured bars for the resevoir, as well as standalone (and MO-RA3) mounting options

Hope such helps. I didn't direct link to any particular size of resevoir, as there are three different options (100, 150, and 200mm resevoirs) smile.gif
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post #732 of 2002
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Hope such helps. I didn't direct link to any particular size of resevoir, as there are three different options (100, 150, and 200mm resevoirs) smile.gif

Wow, Thanks!

What is the difference between a DDC and a D5 pump?

Also what is a good 360mm rad?
Edited by Madmaxneo - 10/9/16 at 7:16pm
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post #733 of 2002
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Wow, Thanks!

What is the difference between a DDC and a D5 pump?

Also what is a good 360mm rad?

I do my best... I enjoy browsing company's websites for various info, as well as storing info that may or may not be relevant at times. Comes in handy on rare occasions ^_^

The pumps question is definitely a lot better suited to someone with a great deal more practical knowledge such as VSG or fast_fate (or Jakob tongue.gif ), but I can say with certainty that the D5 is circular in shape, while the DDC is square.

As for good 360mm radiators, there are plenty to choose from, but I suspect that question is better asked in a non-vendor specific thread as answers to that specific question will tend to be more varied. As Watercool does produce radiators in their Heatkiller line, I'll instead mention a few things you'll want to keep in mind when looking at radiators... ^_^;;;
- How much space do you have for installing the radiator? This can affect what size radiator you can go with. For example, a 30mm thick radiator will actually take up 55mm with a single row of fans, and 80mm when configured in push/pull. For a 60mm thick radiator (where a number are actually 64-68mm thick) you're looking at 85mm thick with just a single set of fans
- Is the main focus on performance, or on silent operation? Some radiators in testing have shown to get some significant gains when running push/pull and 2200rpm fans (in comparison to the same radiators running 800rpm fans) but it's also going to be noticeably louder.
- Do note that some radiators out there are designed for easier air flow (designed for being more efficient with low speed fans, and therefore would typically have a lower amount of noise being produced) while others are rather dense with the fins (as many as 32-36 fins per inch) and see noticeable gains from running fast fans, but at a cost of noticeably more notice (especially if you get the wailer Deltas that are known for pushing insane amounts of airflow, but can also be a simulation for a turbine engine take-off level of noise. Some also wail like turbine engines too, but not quite at the right tone - by wail I mean by the gods, the piercing noise!!
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post #734 of 2002
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That is exactly what I am looking for!

Is it possible you could list the parts I would need for such a thing? I would also need a 360 rad.


Update: Well my cpu has reached its normal operating temp which is the same as it was before I switched out the block with the Heatkiller Pro IV I have. They are back up to 31 deg average for idle and normal highs in the mid 60's for the intel burn test. But it is still filled with the Sysprep. I will change it out tomorrow when I get home from work (hopefully no leaks by then).

While I was replacing everything in the loop I noticed that no other parts were either stained green or discolored at all, and the coolant was still clear. So I opened up the Apogee block to see and it looked exactly the same as when i had cleaned it out the last time like 4 or 5 months ago. So I cut open the tubing and it was green but it was a clear green, It seems the only thing that turned color was my tubing. I am using the Primoflex advanced LRT Brilliant UV blue tubing which should work fine.

Does anyone think it could be the Mayhems XT-1 causing this or is there an issue with using the Primoflex UV tubing?

all soft tubing get stained over time. Actually mayhems products are one of the least staining. I've used mayhems clear tubing before and after 6 months with pastel white and another 2mths after adding some blue dye they stayed almost as clear as when they were new. I'd recommend them over Primochill(they are also like 3 times cheaper).
post #735 of 2002
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Hey everyone,
I mentioned a few times that we are planning a major upgrade to our product portfolio. I am finally free to speak about it!
We are planning to start a complete new series of radiators, based on the very succesful and famous MO-RA3 design. We want to support the whole branch of "usual" radiator sizes, suitable for internal installation. But we want to hear your viewpoints and preferences first: we made a survey with 12 questions about fans and radiators. It would be super awesome if you'd participate in it, so we can put out the products that you guys REALLY want. As a reward, we raffle one HEATKILLER IV block through all participants of the survey!
And as always, if you want to add something we didn't ask in the survey, feel free to discuss it here with me, I'm always listening smile.gif.

Just saw your post and tried to do the survey. Page wouldnt load for me sadly, I think it is something at my work blocking the page from loading. Some websites dont work at my work. Ill try again when I get home.

Dont know if it is on the survey, but are you planning or even thinking about doing any 30-fpi radiators? They are a pretty rare breed but I love their cooling potential. They are all I use in my system.
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post #736 of 2002
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But yes of course we do: our HEATKILLER Tube series reservoirs can be augmented with either a DDC or a D5 pump (sold seperately), and can be mounted to a standard radiator via our basic mounting kit and 120 or 140mm fan adapter. When done properly, this could look like this:




keep posting that watercooling goodness man! loving the pics.
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post #737 of 2002
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Wow, Thanks!

What is the difference between a DDC and a D5 pump?

Also what is a good 360mm rad?
Well, as a rule of thumb, the DDC has the higher performance, while the D5 is more silent. Both pumps are absolutely sufficient to run a normal sized system (CPU, GPU, corresponding rad space)!
As for radiators: the HTSF2 is still a decent radiator, but quite frankly, it's not top of the game anymore. I will not give you advice to competitors' products (apart from me not being knowledgeable about them), nor would I be too happy to see such recommendations in this thread wink.gif

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Dont know if it is on the survey, but are you planning or even thinking about doing any 30-fpi radiators? They are a pretty rare breed but I love their cooling potential. They are all I use in my system.
In the survey, we ask ybout your usual fan speed, which indirectly tells us something about desired fpi. Generally speaking, we always have cared more for the german and european market, which is very silent-centered. Fanspeeds very rarely exceed 1000rpm, hence the small fpi numbers. However, we do want to target the american and asian markets more, which tend to be more performance-centered, with fan speeds rarely below 1500rpm. So, the initial idea is to see which rpm-number yields the biggest share of the survey and produce only one radiator line according to this specific rpm scenario. If we should see that there are two extreme groups, maybe we will think about producing two seperate lines of radiators to accomodate those differing needs. But since the survey isn't closed yet, we don't know ourselves, so I cannot give you a specific answer...
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keep posting that watercooling goodness man! loving the pics.
You might be interested in these older posts, then biggrin.gif
post #738 of 2002
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all soft tubing get stained over time. Actually mayhems products are one of the least staining. I've used mayhems clear tubing before and after 6 months with pastel white and another 2mths after adding some blue dye they stayed almost as clear as when they were new. I'd recommend them over Primochill(they are also like 3 times cheaper).
So my tubing was fine then, that's good. It would be nice to find some UV tubing that does not stain or at least stain so easily. Something that lasts at least a year would be awesome.

Well all is good so farm no leaks and my system does seem to maintain slightly lower temps better than before. Now I am getting ready to flush the Sysprep out of my system.
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post #739 of 2002
Jakob...what mounting accessories come with the HEATKILLER® Tube - stand (long)? I just saw the "decoupling kit" on your website and was wondering if the same accessories came with the long stand.

Thank you in advance for your help.
Edited by Rotknee - 10/10/16 at 10:31pm
post #740 of 2002
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Jakob...what mounting accessories come with the HEATKILLER® Tube - stand (long)? I just saw the "decoupling kit" on your website and was wondering if the same accessories came with the long stand.

Thank you in advance for your help.
With the stand come only the basic mounting materials, e.g. screws, washers, and nuts. The decoupling kit has to be bought seperatedly.
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