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post #11511 of 106735
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Originally Posted by nzftw;13830620 
Why have you got your kill coil in your drain line!?

Thats a bad thing isnt it?

not really, as long as the silver is in contact with same liquid it's doing its job. I put mine in the res and forget smile.gif
post #11512 of 106735
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Originally Posted by nzftw;13830620 
Why have you got your kill coil in your drain line!?

Thats a bad thing isnt it?

I have a kill coil in Res and in drain line because the drain line gets dirty, but even with the coil in it, it get dirty because there is no flow
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Originally Posted by UltrasonicTwo;13830631 
well there is NOTHING wrong with your loop but if you want to spend some more money then id say get a Koolance rp-450 dual bay dual pump res and either split it into 2 loops or go series

you must beable to add another rad where your exhaust fan is now ( not that you need too)

you really should W/C your ram to complete the look.

If you want your rig to look top notch then the trend is to NOT have curved tubing just straight piping which means you need to spend heaps more on fittings but it would look totally awesome:thumb:

That's my opinion


I already have EK Dual Top for MCP 655, I think Im gonna go for the back 140 rad or 120 rad
Edited by KaRLiToS - 6/10/11 at 11:39pm
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post #11513 of 106735
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Originally Posted by joetemp75;13830838 
Nice poster on the wall

thanks smile.gif
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post #11514 of 106735
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS;13831113 
I have a kill coil in Res and in drain line because the drain line gets dirty, but even with the coil in it, it get dirty because there is no flow

Is there anything you can do to keep the drain line clear ?

Mine is slowly turning yellow'ish while the rest of the tubing stays clear.
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post #11515 of 106735
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS;13831113 
I have a kill coil in Res and in drain line because the drain line gets dirty, but even with the coil in it, it get dirty because there is no flow

Is the tubing you used for the drain line the same tubing as the rest of the loop?

The "clouding" of the plastic tubing is due to the plasticizers that is used during the manufacture of the tubing itself. It is a reaction of the the plasticizers that is used during the manufacturing process. Plasticizers is what gives the tubing it's flexibility - the more flexible the tubing, the more plasticizer was used. The only way to prevent this is to use plasticizer free tubing (Tygon has it that I know of and it's used for water purification systems) or use colored tubing. The colored tubing seems to have much less of this reaction. Kill coils or biocides will not prevent this from occurring.
Edited by Kahbrohn - 6/11/11 at 5:35am
post #11516 of 106735
Bit of a progress pic, haven't go any others atm, was to keen to run some temps but you get the idea smile.gif

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post #11517 of 106735
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Originally Posted by Genesis.au;13832847 
Bit of a progress pic, haven't go any others atm, was to keen to run some temps but you get the idea smile.gif

Really cool looking. Got anymore pics?
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post #11518 of 106735
Nah i don't atm, ill try get some tomorrow outside, hopefully some better weather tomorrow (i use my phone, needs good lighting :S)

Anyway, someone thought i was lying about my CPU temps when i first posted about my setup, so heres a pic of the GPU temps

bare in mind, it is fairly cold atm (ambient of about 12 - 14c).

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Few things ill answer before someone tries to have a go frown.gif

Last night, similar ambients. gpu was idle at 41c, i did furmark runs of the same length/settings and it hit 83, 86, 85 in three spaced out runs.

YES, my cpu is only at 3.5, my last mobo died from a high OC (or so ive been told) and really dont want to kill another.
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Hi all.. here is my 2nd rig... I still have not finished it ... but I'm posting a picture of how it is now ..I hope you enjoy (google translator MODE ON XD)
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Guess why I did this...
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OK, I'll tell you. I'm adding a 120mm rad to the drive bays. The upper holes are to clearance the fan controller, which has moved forward 2mm (hit the door), and up a bay (sharing the same bay as the built in rad). The big hole is for, well, I'll let you figure that out.
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