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I went back and searched the thread and seemed the boiling issue was trying to hold the rad with boiling water in it. I knew there was something about it, just couldn't remember what exactly.

If you aren't smart enough to wear gloves when working with boiling water and metal, you probably shouldn't be working on computers. The intelligence level simply isn't there. thumb.gif
post #106752 of 107052
Maybe he likes it hot gigedi gigedi.

Bu if you filled the rads with hot/boiling water, dont close them. hot water -> steam -> preasure and so on. i used one of this preasure plugs
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I went back and searched the thread and seemed the boiling issue was trying to hold the rad with boiling water in it. I knew there was something about it, just couldn't remember what exactly.

If you aren't smart enough to wear gloves when working with boiling water and metal, you probably shouldn't be working on computers. The intelligence level simply isn't there. thumb.gif

I dunno, I put boiling water through my HWLabs Stealth 360 an shook it with my bare hands. Kinda hot but it was negligibly so. Of course I use to grab hot trays with my bare hands out of a steam cabinet when I worked fast food. Those are roughly 300* but I didn't have far to go an had a couple hand towels if they were too hot. Can't store hot food below 250*-300* . I don't have a lot of sense of heat in my fingers. Although I did feel it when I lit a sparkler in the wind a few years back. biggrin.gif lol

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My Define c TG for now, just have to remove the 90 fitting at the top and have a bend instead.
Edited by khemist - 10/24/17 at 9:46am
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Hi Guys,
This is imy first watercooling custom loop build ever.
It is still quite a work in progress as I am planning to move it to a custom made concerete + wood + glass desk case soon.
I am happy with the tubes - it was my first time and I didn't waste single one.
I am thinking of using copper or stainless steel pipes though.







What do you think?
picture of the custom made cover here - it was aircooled back then though

Edited by lzyla - 10/24/17 at 4:07pm
post #106756 of 107052
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Hi Guys,
This is imy first watercooling custom loop build ever.
What do you think?

Looks good. You over-complicated the routing, but besides that, good job.
post #106757 of 107052
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Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

I went back and searched the thread and seemed the boiling issue was trying to hold the rad with boiling water in it. I knew there was something about it, just couldn't remember what exactly.

If you aren't smart enough to wear gloves when working with boiling water and metal, you probably shouldn't be working on computers. The intelligence level simply isn't there. thumb.gif

I wouldn't know, I've never had to use boiling water in any parts of my loop and never had an issue, but thats just me.
 
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Thank you for your comment.
Is it rad between gpu and cpu that makes it overcomplicated?
This routing was actually fitting the parts I ordered (xflow 280 top rad) and i thought it would only be better for the water to be cooled even a tiny bit before reaching CPU.
The parts ordered may not have been the perfect solution for mATX Phanteks evolv but I have managed to fit 280 + 140 rads.
What do you think about its cooling capacity?
How could that be measured in real life?
I overclocked 7700k to 4800 and my rams to 3466 cl15 (from 3200 cl15)
undervolted cpu a bit to adaptive 1.200 and offset - 0.35
My temps are around 63-64 for Realbench and spiking to 69 in Xt.
Those temps doesnt seem very low to me. I was at around 71-79 on air.
post #106759 of 107052
Well, did you have that amount of overclock before? I'd personally guess that it's a bit high, but that might just be the amount of airflow and the amount of radiator area. Still a good looking system!
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Thank you for your comment.
Is it rad between gpu and cpu that makes it overcomplicated?
This routing was actually fitting the parts I ordered (xflow 280 top rad) and i thought it would only be better for the water to be cooled even a tiny bit before reaching CPU.
The parts ordered may not have been the perfect solution for mATX Phanteks evolv but I have managed to fit 280 + 140 rads.
What do you think about its cooling capacity?
How could that be measured in real life?
I overclocked 7700k to 4800 and my rams to 3466 cl15 (from 3200 cl15)
undervolted cpu a bit to adaptive 1.200 and offset - 0.35
My temps are around 63-64 for Realbench and spiking to 69 in Xt.
Those temps doesnt seem very low to me. I was at around 71-79 on air.

The route from the top radiator to the inlet on the reservoir. You could've easily ran that route to the top of the reservoir and saved yourself a lot of bends and length.

There's too many variables to calculate a loops cooling capacity and that cooling capacity varies a lot on fans and fan speeds.

But those temps don't seem good for the cooling capacity you should have with an undervolted CPU. I would check seating and TIM application, and maybe check out your fan curves.
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