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andygoyap are those EK nickel GPU block on a 580 with EVGA covers? Didn't knew they were compatible.
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post #13512 of 106451
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Originally Posted by Necrodox;14807603 
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I'm aware of the kink in the tube that is going INTO my graphics card, that is because I ended up moving the card up one slot after measuring the length of the tube for a slot below the current one.

I'm not satisified with the cluster of tubes towards the left lol, does anyone have a suggestion on how I can clean up my loop with this type of setup?

480 radiator at the top and a 360 radiator at the back.

This build isn't 100% yet and I want to make it perfect! I also wanted to ask you guys, would a 90 degree rotary kill flow at the end of my graphics card? I would like to install it on the "OUT" port on my Koolance GTX 580 waterblock, this is the tube that goes back into the reservoir so I thought flow really wouldn't matter much at this point.

I was also considering mounting the pump directly UNDER the reservoir to get rid of some of the tubing.

Also, what do you guys think of the tubing? Minus the heatshrinked parts (I got lazy cause it's such a pain to install the sleeving UNDER the compression fitting). Should I sleeve it again or leave it without sleeve?

What do you guys think? I'd really appreciate some feedback on how to clean it up!

Yes the 90º cuts some flow, its not important since its on the outlet to the res.

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The sleeving looks good, pic is not clear.
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Here is an update of mine. Hope you all enjoy it smile.gif. Sorry for the bad position of the shots and the quality... just got a new camera and I don't have a tripod as of yet.

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post #13514 of 106451
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Originally Posted by Bouf0010;14807698 
the pump under the res is a great idea. what you could do as well is flip the res upside down and do your return at the top. So your loop would be res-pump-gpu-360rad-cpu-480rad-res

or to really clean it up, res-pump-gpu-360rad-480rad-cpu-res

and id go without sleeving, but thats just my preference.

Does loop order really play a strong role in temperatures, obviously it needs to be reservoir > pump, I've been told that going pump > GPU/CPU will leave me with worse temps due to the heat of the pump. Personally I think that the temps will eventually hit an equilibrium, leaving loop order not as important as it is portrayed to be. Thoughts?
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post #13515 of 106451
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Originally Posted by Haze_hellivo;14807942 
Yes the 90º cuts some flow, its not important since its on the outlet to the res.

fittings.png

The sleeving looks good, pic is not clear.

Yeah sorry I kind of took it last minute before I went to work, I'll post a better one when I get home.
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Originally Posted by Necrodox;14808314 
Does loop order really play a strong role in temperatures, obviously it needs to be reservoir > pump, I've been told that going pump > GPU/CPU will leave me with worse temps due to the heat of the pump. Personally I think that the temps will eventually hit an equilibrium, leaving loop order not as important as it is portrayed to be. Thoughts?

ive always gone with loop order doesnt matter (except res -> pump), it will all equal out at one point. Ive tried different loop orders and it makes a slight difference when you first start putting the system under load, but after 30 mins or so it always came out the same, +/- a degree here and there.

I would try the most convenient/best looking loop first and go from there thumb.gif
Edited by Bouf0010 - 9/3/11 at 9:00am
post #13517 of 106451
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Originally Posted by spiderm0nkey;14805824 
Why would that be bad though anyway? I can't really think of a reason myself.

It can create "noise" in the system. It's one reason companies like Seasonic put ferrite rings on their GPU cables. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Bouf0010;14808393 
ive always gone with loop order doesnt matter (except res -> pump), it will all equal out at one point. Ive tried different loop orders and it makes a slight difference when you first start putting the system under load, but after 30 mins or so it always came out the same, +/- a degree here and there.

I would try the most convenient/best looking loop first and go from there thumb.gif

Gottcha', I really hate the cluster I've made, I'll definitely clean it up sometime this week and post up the results.

Thanks for the feedback man. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Agueybana_II;14807760 
andygoyap are those EK nickel GPU block on a 580 with EVGA covers? Didn't knew they were compatible.

Yep, EK-FC580 GTX+ for Nvidia GTX 580 Reference Design - Nickel/Acetal

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