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Wat hes selling them already!?
Apparently the NVidia bug has him by the short and curlies.

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post #12662 of 105801
I need suggestions/guidance on some of my parts. I chose 3/8" ID 1/2" OD tubing because it's the only way I can use compression fittings to work with my HK 3.0 block.

Now I really need help with my fans. Firstly, should I push/pull or one or the other?

I'd like for the fans to be green and UV reactive. Now the black ice rad is generally better for lower fan speeds, correct?

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The only decent fans that have green UV reactive parts are the Gelid Wing 12 or the Nanoxia FX-12s (various speeds). They are both fairly pricey, but are underrated and are decent. I have had the Gelids on an Swiftech MCR360 and they push fairly well and were quiet as my AP-14/AP-15s if not more so and temps were the same too.

They will be good on your SR-1 since it is made for fans up to 2000rpm.

I would use a angled compression for one of the CPU block fittings to make them fit and use 1/2 x 3/4 tubing, but that is just my preference. Everything looks good though.
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heatkiller block is the best, isn't it?
    
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You can get 45s' to put under your compression fittings to run .5"/.75" fittings if you'd like to go full flow. I have 13/19mm fittings on my block and put them on EnzoTech Matte Black 45s'. Fits perfectly and allows me access to 360 degrees of the compression rings. I highly recommend them extremely tight and takes some doing to get them to turn without undoing the teflon tape by backing out the thread but with a little more tension I'm pretty sure they'll be fully seated.





$7 each and Newegg carries them with free shipping I think.

If you aren't going to be filling your window, then I suggest Push/Pull in exhaust if mounted up top. If mounted on the on the floor, side or front then make them intake to get the cooler air into the Radiator.

~Ceadder
Edited by Ceadderman - 7/27/11 at 2:34am
 
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post #12666 of 105801
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heatkiller block is the best, isn't it?
I believe the EK Supreme HF, Koolance CPU-370, and Aquacomputer Kryos blocks edge it out ever so slightly. All the top blocks are so close in performance it's almost negligible.
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Aye, I was the one that wanted a thick rad. That X3 looks good but I have a few problems with it. First, the pipes in there are sequential instead of parallel like normal rads. Their website claims better heat dissipation this way but I have my doubts, not to mention the restriction caused by so many turns. Second, it doesn't use the classic fins array, instead it uses a series of tubes, segmented like a worm to increase surface area, not sure if this is better or worse in terms of airflow. Third, there are only two inlet/outlet and they point parallel to the radiator. There also seems to be a lot of wasted space between the pipes and the sides of the radiator. Overall the whole construction doesn't seem to be built as efficient as it could be, and I'm not rich enough to buy something unless I know it works.
I already tested this rad some weeks ago and the result is not like the thermalfins boss had awaited. It´s ok in general, build quality is very good, but when it comes to the temps the rad is placed only in the midfield ! So a new version is already in production and should be out in august / september for some tests in my "lab" It has more tubes and some other changes were made.
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post #12668 of 105801
Finally .. my project is almost done after 6 months
See my worklogs link on my sig for more information



















I know EK have problem with their nickel plating but I bought all my watercooling parts just before everyone complaining about it
I can't send them back to EK because it will take 10-14 days for every shipments to and from my country

watercooling parts:

1x HWLabs Black Ice GTX 420
2x EK XTC 420 Triple Radiator
1x EK XT 360 Triple Radiator
1x EK Supreme HF Full Nickel
3x EK-FC 580 GTX+ Nickel/Plexi
3x EK-FC 580 GTX Nickel Backplate
3x EK-FC GeForce Links
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1x EK Multioption X2 Res 250 Basic
1x EK Multioption X2 Res 250 Advance
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4x Swiftech MCP655 with variable speed
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1/2" ID, 3/4" OD Tygon R-3603 Tubing

for more info please see my worklogs
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post #12669 of 105801
Wow that looks amazing craven!!!

I have had a few ek blocks in the past year and never had a problem with any of them so hopefully you have the same luck.

And that is 2 cases put together!!!
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Those HAF-X's look sweey in white...
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