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post #100991 of 107311
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I was just sick in my mouth a little....



In other news,just signed my EKWB contract,departing for Slovenia in a few weeks!!
yeah I seen that and was...😝

Congrats on the contract. wink.gif
Edited by bluedevil - 9/28/16 at 7:56am
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post #100992 of 107311
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Just saw this...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I'm in no way close to being an expert on these things... but I watched so many videos and guides, read so many reviews before ordering all the stuff for watercooling and prior to building it. This guy obviously didn't... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Poor fellow ohno-smiley.gif

The Thermalfake bandwagonning...

Is it just me or is the flow through the GPU not proper? Instead of going through one side(right) and through the block dissipating the heat from the GPU die to the other side(left) it seems to be just going straight through the right ports and into the CPU.
post #100993 of 107311
Interestingly his CAD design has got GPU ports right, it's in the middle of the video. It's the execution that is lacking. rolleyes.gif At least he's getting good flow rate. biggrin.gif

Love those multiport XSPC waterblocks by the way, so many options to route the tubing - re-did mine few times already.

post #100994 of 107311
Today I have finished water cooling in my Define R4 and I `m thinking about a new better case rolleyes.gif




What is inside: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
EK-Supremacy EVO - Acetal+Nickel (Original CSQ)
EK-FC980 GTX Ti TF5 - Nickel
EK-D5 Vario Motor (12V DC Pump Motor)
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Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 15 LT
Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 240mm radiator
Coolgate 240mm (60mm)
Alphacool 16/10 compression fitting 90° revolvable G1/4'' + QYFREEZE
ClearFlex60 tubing 15,9/9,5mm (3/8"ID) clear
Alphacool 2-way ball valve G1/4 - Chrome

I know it`s not so nice as from others guys, but this is my first water build smile.gif
post #100995 of 107311
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Nice job! That was my first case when I decided to water cool and I remember everything was a pretty tight fit.
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post #100996 of 107311
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Nice job! That was my first case when I decided to water cool and I remember everything was a pretty tight fit.
Thank you, but I`m not happy with temperature mad.gif


It`s screenshot after 30 minutes gameplay in Witcher 3, on my previous Noctua NH-D14 temperature was below.

I have 4 * 120mm fans with 1200 rpm and switcher on pump works with #3.

There is some problem with CPU water block OR my cooling system not enough for system ?
post #100997 of 107311
Not saying you didn't but did you remember to remove the protective paper on the CPU block?

If so, where is your pump lead connected?

Is it directly on CPU header or a Fan Controller?

Cause from what I see, your CPU is running a touch hotter than it should be and there are only a few reasons this could be. I mean. look at your GPU temps. 53c is quite good, so there is no reason to assume that those 240s are not enough to cool both.

So check your system for these issues.

Paper?
Connection(s?)
Fan and pump speeds.

Seems like pump speed is okay, given your GPU temp. So I would recheck this last if everything else is good.

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post #100998 of 107311
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Just saw this...



I'm in no way close to being an expert on these things... but I watched so many videos and guides, read so many reviews before ordering all the stuff for watercooling and prior to building it. This guy obviously didn't...

Poor fellow ohno-smiley.gif
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Thermaltake make great products.

I stopped watching after that, then I was like it can't get worse, saw all the paste all over the gpu and was like nah my bloods boiling....
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post #100999 of 107311
Whats worse is the GPU is bent and he hasn't bled the loop at all.

post #101000 of 107311
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Hey I gotta quick question for you guys.


Everyone ever mix different manufactured acrylic or petg tubing?


Would like to get some more tubing as I'll be blocking my FTW soon, and Primochill has a lower priced tubing to Monsoon. Same sizing and color, just different manufacturer. Just wanna double check, since I've never personally mixed. Thanks!

Yes, acrylic tube. I have used E-22 and Bitspower. The Bitspower acrylic tube has always been fine when used with Bitspower fittings. I have had problems with E-22 tube on two occasions. Once on my first hard line build and again the process of my current, never ending build. There are 6, 50cm lengths of oversized E-22 gathering dust on a shelf because the OD is too big for the Bitspower multi-link tightening rings ID and also won't fit inside the rigid compression fittings even after taking the O-rings out. I went so far as to lightly file the ID of the rings thinking the plating may have been too thick. It was a wasted effort.
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