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how did this happen?? you got any pics?

I was trying to remove the backplate which is glued, thanks XSPC. And was having a bad time. I had been working on my water loop for 7 hours, so i wasn't at my best of mind, i used a screwdriver to try to make it pop, i make a tinsy scratch on the mobo, i guess i hit the RAM lanes on the printed circuit directly. Just my luck. WHY coudnt they be a usb port.

I can't get pics since all is up and "running". That was a pricey lesson i learned, was hoping to sell my setup later. I guess the mobo is out of the picture. Os sell it for very low
Edited by douglatins - 5/6/12 at 8:54pm
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post #20672 of 106070
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I was trying to remove the backplate which is glued, thanks XSPC. And was having a bad time. I had been working on my water loop for 7 hours, so i wasn't at my best of mind, i used a screwdriver to try to make it pop, i make a tinsy scratch on the mobo, i guess i hit the RAM lanes on the printed circuit directly. Just my luck.
I can't get pics since all is up and "running". That was a pricey lesson i learned, was hoping to sell my setup later. I guess the mobo is out of the picture. Os sell it for very low

damn that sucks - i got lucky i guess cause i didnt the same thing when it came time to take out my RASA cpu block lol
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Post some pics when you can, you may be able to fix it if you have some soldering skills. Bridging traces isn't too bad and a little clear coat of nail polish and it's good as new!
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post #20674 of 106070
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First attempt at water cooling - RX240 in Corsair 650D. Comments or critique welcome! I always like to know what I can do better next time.

Cool stuff:
XSPC RX240 rad
XSPC dual bay res
XSPC Raystorm cpu block
Swiftech MCP655 pump
Gentle Tyhpoon AP15's

Hot stuff:
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Coming soon:
XSPC EX240 rad for the top
GTX 680 Hydro Copper smile.gif

Picture below is deceiving, theres plenty of space between the drive cage and fans ontop of rad. I was very pleased with all fitment. Theres also a 120x12mm Slipstream fan that fits perfectly between drive cage and front grill smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Pics of the Kingwin/Super Frower 1kW! This is the main reason I could fit the RX240 at the bottom of the 650D. The short length and modular design (and superior performance) made me choose this over a Seasonic or Corsair.
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get another rad uptop and put that 580 under water Snorkle.gif
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I was trying to remove the backplate which is glued, thanks XSPC.

Drove me nuts trying to remove my Raystorm from my previous board (P8Z68-V Pro). Felt like I was going to rip the socket from underneath the board. I eventually got out a hair dryer and carefully ran it across the plate. Came off a bit easier but still left that nasty glue residue afterwords. mad.gif
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Post some pics when you can, you may be able to fix it if you have some soldering skills. Bridging traces isn't too bad and a little clear coat of nail polish and it's good as new!

I bought this pen http://www.ebay.com/itm/CIRCUIT-WRITER-PAD-CONDUCTIVE-TRACE-PEN-SILVER-PEN-/370605330839?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5649cc9197
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need your opion guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What is better for this set up
2x mcp350 vs 2x mcp655
both set ups will have the 2 to 1 pump tops from Bitspowerd
i have loop that is going to be like this
res ---> ?pumps -->Gtx360 rad----> EK HF nikel Plexi ----> gtx360 rad ---> 3x bridged EK fc580 nikel plexi blocks
> back to RES

If you go for the 655s make sure to go for the dual uber setup. There really isn't much better except for a dual iwaki RD30 setup. It's nice because they're strong as hell and you don't have to worry about heat like with a ddc style pump.
 
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If you go for the 655s make sure to go for the dual uber setup. There really isn't much better except for a dual iwaki RD30 setup. It's nice because they're strong as hell and you don't have to worry about heat like with a ddc style pump.
Agreed,1 iwaki is far more powerful than 2 D5s tho...
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If you go for the 655s make sure to go for the dual uber setup. There really isn't much better except for a dual iwaki RD30 setup. It's nice because they're strong as hell and you don't have to worry about heat like with a ddc style pump.

 

Don't Iwaki's increase the potential of blowing out o-rings on a regular basis? haha

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post #20680 of 106070
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That's awesome Systemlord but you could have used this...
500
If your 3.25 was running too hot. Same results less money. wink.gif
Still that is a nice pump. thumb.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Thanks and it's as heavy as a rock now, but wanted a more reliable pump that ran cooler. I thought about adding that Koolance heatsink but once I found out the D5's run cooler and quieter plus people saying their D5s are still working even after seven years I took the plunge. It would be nice if the DDCs had metal internals to help with cooling of the pump.

Instead they have tough plastic that doesn't transfer heat away from the DDC pumps well. Don't get me wrong, my 3.25 DDC has been performing like a champ for almost two years now and is probably overkill for what I'm cooling. I think not being able to adjust the pumps speed is why it runs hot, Martinsliquidlab tested why the DDCs heat up, Heat Scoping article is interesting.
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