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post #20101 of 107793
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So I've been looking through a ton of these rigs... I don't see any solutions on these for draining... Does that mean people just cut and pull the hoses outward quickly rather than install inline-T's real low in the case? I'm just trying to determine a smooth solution for mine... but they all seem like it'll turn out ugly. Thinking about just skipping the drain again and just making the pretty loop unless someone has the clean solution for me hidden in their case tongue.gif

I bought myself a drain valve but not fitted it yet.

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For now i open this t fitting over a bowl, drain the res then i can tilt the case/rad to drain it.

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post #20102 of 107793
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So I've been looking through a ton of these rigs... I don't see any solutions on these for draining... Does that mean people just cut and pull the hoses outward quickly rather than install inline-T's real low in the case? I'm just trying to determine a smooth solution for mine... but they all seem like it'll turn out ugly. Thinking about just skipping the drain again and just making the pretty loop unless someone has the clean solution for me hidden in their case tongue.gif

Pull and pray. ← That is what I do


But there are some rigs a few pages back that have a drain port. If you don't want to have a lone tubing hanging around in your case, you can opt for a quick disconnect instead.

Yea, I used a pair of cutters and just snipped through a hose and bam, it started draining...

Next random question... I'm using 7/16"x5/8" hoses on 1/2" fat boy barbs... what size clamps do I want? 5/8" OD hoses? Last time I used wire ties, but I'd like this to be a bit more clean this time around tongue.gif
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post #20103 of 107793
My first loop cpu only for now, will do cards in couple weeks. Temps hover in the upper 50s when running prime, 3930k running at 5ghz 1.45v with a 420 up top in pull config.

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post #20104 of 107793
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Hi everyone, Im new here.
Just wanna share this build that i completed a few days back.
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great job! i had no idea it was possible to fit a liquid rig into such a small case... what kind of temps are you getting?
post #20105 of 107793
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Originally Posted by DaClownie View Post

So I've been looking through a ton of these rigs... I don't see any solutions on these for draining... Does that mean people just cut and pull the hoses outward quickly rather than install inline-T's real low in the case? I'm just trying to determine a smooth solution for mine... but they all seem like it'll turn out ugly. Thinking about just skipping the drain again and just making the pretty loop unless someone has the clean solution for me hidden in their case tongue.gif

Some people either have no money to build them or they're too lazy to worry bout it. wink.gif

LOTS of people have a drain though.
My setup... (Click to show)

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post #20106 of 107793
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great job! i had no idea it was possible to fit a liquid rig into such a small case... what kind of temps are you getting?
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im not seeker. but i got in contact with him before i started on this build. he's done an x58 version of this system before and, credit where due, his build was much better than mine.

<60degrees on GPU
<72degrees on CPU
post #20107 of 107793
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ah, sorry. i must have accidentally skipped over the post... thanks for the quote.
post #20108 of 107793
Under construction biggrin.gif new z-77 board, finally a ssd a m4 128 gb also snuck in there!
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post #20109 of 107793
I think its much cleaner to just buy QCs and then use those to drain the loop.
Instead of having dead end tube in the system tongue.gif
post #20110 of 107793
Really? Quick disconnects spoil the look of a loop imo. My drain valve is completely out of sight in the bottom compartment of my TJ07 smile.gif
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