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Anyone know how the AX360 rads (will) compare with the XTX rads? I'm planning to buy some rads for a new setup.
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So final parts (I hope) have been shipped today from dazmode. Should be here tomorrow then comes the fun part of trying to run all the tubing.
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QDC's like this? Seems.. Shut. Not saying water won't go through it, just thought it would push itself an opening and shut when removed or w/e.

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post #27084 of 107727
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If you don't have a drain built in your loop, how do you keep from spilling water everywhere when you disassemble it? thinking.gif

I just pull the line either from the bottom gpu or the bottom rad carefully with a towel around to prevent spillage , the I put a bucket under the gpu bridge and blow into the line I just disconnected and get as much of the water out as I can.
    
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It didn't seem to get any attention so there goes me posting it again. tongue.gif



Finished installing the GPU waterblocks last Thursday, gotta love how quiet the whole rig is right now with the fans below 900rpm. The CPU temperature did get an impact (As expected obviously) of about 4-5ºC, which is a fair trade as it is still well within the safe range when both GPU's and the CPU are under full load, and we're still with summer temperatures here and my room averages 28-31ºC ambients.

Once the summer is over it should be much better, the cards hit as high as 50-55ºC under 99% load, keep in mind though that the fans are only on push config and only run at about 800-900rpm and my room is about ~30ºC when I play games, so I think it's still a very nice deal considering how damn quiet it is. With cards on air they would hit like 65-69ºC but with A LOT more noise, and I really mean A LOT. biggrin.gif

With the A/C turned on and the room set at about 23-24ºC the cards don't seem to go above 44ºC-48ºC, so I expect the temperatures to stay within 40-45ºC once summer is over.

Love this water cooling world, I regret not joining it earlier, loved it on the CPU when I first installed it on May 2012, now I love it even more with the GPU's added to the loop! biggrin.gif

What's your thoughts on my installation? I had a hard time designing the whole loop and making the rad fit. I had to remove the dust filters to fit the rad, and I'll just buy some magnet strips to place the filters under the case with the magnet strips. biggrin.gif
    
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post #27086 of 107727
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

It didn't seem to get any attention so there goes me posting it again. tongue.gif

Finished installing the GPU waterblocks last Thursday, gotta love how quiet the whole rig is right now with the fans below 900rpm. The CPU temperature did get an impact (As expected obviously) of about 4-5ºC, which is a fair trade as it is still well within the safe range when both GPU's and the CPU are under full load, and we're still with summer temperatures here and my room averages 28-31ºC ambients.
Once the summer is over it should be much better, the cards hit as high as 50-55ºC under 99% load, keep in mind though that the fans are only on push config and only run at about 800-900rpm and my room is about ~30ºC when I play games, so I think it's still a very nice deal considering how damn quiet it is. With cards on air they would hit like 65-69ºC but with A LOT more noise, and I really mean A LOT. biggrin.gif
With the A/C turned on and the room set at about 23-24ºC the cards don't seem to go above 44ºC-48ºC, so I expect the temperatures to stay within 40-45ºC once summer is over.
Love this water cooling world, I regret not joining it earlier, loved it on the CPU when I first installed it on May 2012, now I love it even more with the GPU's added to the loop! biggrin.gif
What's your thoughts on my installation? I had a hard time designing the whole loop and making the rad fit. I had to remove the dust filters to fit the rad, and I'll just buy some magnet strips to place the filters under the case with the magnet strips. biggrin.gif

Nice job, neat-its doing a good job because i think that i have a decent rig, and using that as a yardstick, we have the same ambient Mediterranean temperatures, idle temps and load temps,our temps are more or less the same even using A/C.

Just one query: the last few rigs that have been posted in this thread, seem to have reversed mobos, or something similar, what gives? biggrin.gif

One last thing-take your pump off your radiator fins (i just noticed that) you will damage your fins, not to mention you are restricting your airflow wink.gif

I would give you +1 rep, but seeing as you're a senior moderator, you don't need it smile.gif
Edited by kkorky - 9/10/12 at 6:42pm
post #27087 of 107727
I don't like the mounting of your res, or how the pump is, I think you could have put it more neatly inside of your drive bay area, but other than that it is nice and clean.
 
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nice , it would go great with a set of heatkiller blocks
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post

A drainage port is for draining, bleeding is the process of removing air from the system.
Looks like he doesn't have one, you don't need one, I've never bothered.
QFT

Quote:
Originally Posted by NostraD View Post

If you don't have a drain built in your loop, how do you keep from spilling water everywhere when you disassemble it? thinking.gif
As stated above, you really don't have to include a drain in your loop. Yea sure, for some it might make things easier, but most I've seen never look good. It's usually some long piece of tube hanging off of some random location in the loop, and they try to tuck it away nice and neat, but just never fits right and makes the loop kinda sloppy. 2cents.gif
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

It didn't seem to get any attention so there goes me posting it again. tongue.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Finished installing the GPU waterblocks last Thursday, gotta love how quiet the whole rig is right now with the fans below 900rpm. The CPU temperature did get an impact (As expected obviously) of about 4-5ºC, which is a fair trade as it is still well within the safe range when both GPU's and the CPU are under full load, and we're still with summer temperatures here and my room averages 28-31ºC ambients.
Once the summer is over it should be much better, the cards hit as high as 50-55ºC under 99% load, keep in mind though that the fans are only on push config and only run at about 800-900rpm and my room is about ~30ºC when I play games, so I think it's still a very nice deal considering how damn quiet it is. With cards on air they would hit like 65-69ºC but with A LOT more noise, and I really mean A LOT. biggrin.gif
With the A/C turned on and the room set at about 23-24ºC the cards don't seem to go above 44ºC-48ºC, so I expect the temperatures to stay within 40-45ºC once summer is over.
Love this water cooling world, I regret not joining it earlier, loved it on the CPU when I first installed it on May 2012, now I love it even more with the GPU's added to the loop! biggrin.gif
What's your thoughts on my installation? I had a hard time designing the whole loop and making the rad fit. I had to remove the dust filters to fit the rad, and I'll just buy some magnet strips to place the filters under the case with the magnet strips. biggrin.gif
I actually did see that a few pages ago, and had started a multi quote with yours being included, but it never fails I got distracted and scratched the whole thing. Wanted to say it looks great thumb.gif Is that a 540 rad in there? That's one of my fav mods on those cases.
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