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post #10421 of 106060
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Originally Posted by BWG;13309075 
It is not like these other folks and their really fancy setups, but I bet it works good for your CPU.

I noticed your exhaust fan in the back appeared to be blowing in and it looked like your RAD fans might be doing the same. I would think that you would get better performance if you had them blowing out. Is there holes in the top of the case? Are you using zip ties to hold the RAD to the top? Is there holes in the top to be able to make those fans blow out?

What are your load temps?

All fans are pushing air outside of the case(4 120mm fans on the rad push pull) idles at room temp and max load temp 52C. Performance has been great so far, really happy with the setup.
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post #10422 of 106060
Guess what came in the mail today?

Ok so it's not as cool as bundy's stuff but it's my first step on the road to watercooling, so I was pretty excited. Sorry for the crappy cell phone pic. Now I just gotta figure out how to crimp on a molex connector...
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post #10423 of 106060
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Originally Posted by UrbanSmooth;13298671 
Obviously performance wins, however, if you're showing off your rig (which a lot of us here do), bling is an important factor as well.

The thing about GPU water blocks is that you will only see the sides, as the "bling" area as you see in the above picture will be facing upside down, and possibly buried under other PCI slot components such as a sound card, NIC, raid card, other GPUs, etc.

It is because of only being able to see the sides of the GPU water block that I have went with the Koolance VID N480 water blocks for my GTX 480s. They have this nice LED light that lights up the block:

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(Not my rig, but, you get the picture.)
is that Trubyd44's? he should join OCN thinking.gif
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Edited by B3RGY - 4/28/11 at 1:46pm
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post #10424 of 106060
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Originally Posted by 12Cores;13309285 
All fans are pushing air outside of the case(4 120mm fans on the rad push pull) idles at room temp and max load temp 52C. Performance has been great so far, really happy with the setup.

I can see clearly now! Thanks for posting those pics. Not bad at all.
 
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post #10425 of 106060
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Originally Posted by BWG;13309193 
Kevin is always all over this thread! applaud.gif

EDIT: Kevin, did the 120 RAD in your loop lower your temps much?

I really don't know, I added it at the same time I added the two 240mm rads and my GPU blocks, so I do not really have a clear before/after comparison.
post #10426 of 106060
I just got down cleaning out my loop after close to 6 months of use. The block was as clean as could be and was very shiny still.
My water was very clear and looked like new.

My temps did drop about 1c, but that could have been ambient temps, so idk.
I am just happy to know my loop is nice and clean.
post #10427 of 106060
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Originally Posted by B3RGY;13309531 
is that Trubyd44's? he should join OCN

Yep, that's his (or, a customer's now). One of the best build's that I've seen.
    
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OH MY LORD!!!! did anyone see the price tag on the new silverstone? (SilverStone Temjin TJ11) holly poop I was really looking forward to getting that case till I just seen the price and OMG are they kidding?
post #10429 of 106060
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Originally Posted by superhead91;13309498 
Guess what came in the mail today?

Ok so it's not as cool as bundy's stuff but it's my first step on the road to watercooling, so I was pretty excited. Sorry for the crappy cell phone pic. Now I just gotta figure out how to crimp on a molex connector...

really easy, just find a crimping tool and pins. strip about ~ 1/16" off the wire, insert pin and crimp. check out -ocgeek's build, he has a few pics of crimping on pins to wires.

Btw, get a nice aftermarket top for your DDC to give you the option to run any g1/4 fittings and unleash a bit more power smile.gif
post #10430 of 106060
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Originally Posted by wermad;13316390 
really easy, just find a crimping tool and pins. strip about ~ 1/16" off the wire, insert pin and crimp. check out -ocgeek's build, he has a few pics of crimping on pins to wires.

Btw, get a nice aftermarket top for your DDC to give you the option to run any g1/4 fittings and unleash a bit more power smile.gif

Yeah, I got some molex pins from radioshack and got them on there and the pump works. I plan on buying an XSPC top for it too. Probably this one. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/9047/ex-pmp-81/XSPC_Laing_DDC-1T1TPlus_MCP-350355_POM_Replacement_Top.html?tl=g30c107s156#blank
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