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post #2381 of 106096
There is nothing wrong with pre-mixed coolant. It only clogs up in certain situations - alot of the time with nickel plating or certain types of tubing.
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post #2382 of 106096
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And also it now means you can't take the other side panel off
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This would be reason enough for me not to put a rad there.
Why would I ever need or want to remove that side cover unless I was doing something with the radiator? If you look at the picture with the 2 hoses sticking out of the side, you would see that the side cover limits my access to absolutely nothing.
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Cable management, change CPU cooler, access to drive bay screws etc.
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Cable management, change CPU cooler, access to drive bay screws etc.
look at the picture......none of those apply in my case.
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what about this? sorry its crude but using a comp fitting like circled on your vid card

Just a inexperienced suggestion I'm learning
Ah sorry, i know what your talking about now, when you said flip originally i thought you meant placing the rad inside, but yeah your right, If i drilled holes in the slots above the vga's I could lose alot of tubing.

also that aint a comp fitting, it's a 45degreee adjustment fitting, It just makes tubing alot easier in some places.

It probably would look alot cleaner flipping it and using 180degree/90degree fittings, well except my drilling maybe, and don't worry about suggesting things to someone as inexperienced, we all benefit from it
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nice what ram is that? and is that the dfi x48 t2rs ?

It´s a DFI DK X38 and the Ram is from Geil
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There is nothing wrong with pre-mixed coolant. It only clogs up in certain situations - alot of the time with nickel plating or certain types of tubing.
This is true. It will only clog up if the waterblocks used have small channels in them and on the odd occasion it might stain some tubing. Where I live, I have to use it if I want a coloured loop as we can't get green tubing here.
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look at the picture......none of those apply in my case.
Ahh. Thats an odd case to have access to nothing on the backside. You would have to remove the whole mobo just to get to a backplate on the CPU.
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Ahh. Thats an odd case to have access to nothing on the backside. You would have to remove the whole mobo just to get to a backplate on the CPU.
Yeah, you gotta take the mobo out to change the back-plate. Big deal, what's it take about 15 minutes. It is kind of a weird case, though...it's like 10-15 years old.
I once took a case outside and used a blowtorch to cut a hole through the mobo tray so I had access to the back-plate....pointless waste of time that was.
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My first watercooled rig

Nice torture rack. I would have run the loop rad - cpu - rad - gpu. The torture racks are great cause you have the room for it
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