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Koolance flow meters have too much of a pressure drop. I'd rather put the money towards one of the Aquacomputer MPS meters.
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post #29912 of 106717
So i have been wondering if i should go into the world of custom watercooling for my computer, and I'm asking for some suggestions for a setup, etc. I've already made a basic plan of a layout that might work, and im looking for suggestions that would improve on it.


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For those of us with Monsta logo problems, I found them at last.. at Aquatuning


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So i have been wondering if i should go into the world of custom watercooling for my computer, and I'm asking for some suggestions for a setup, etc. I've already made a basic plan of a layout that might work, and im looking for suggestions that would improve on it.
It'l be heavy, with that case.
I'm not an expert, but it looks fine to me aside from some quirks:
  1. Keep in mind that the the gravity must do it's work.
  2. Your loop seems to go this way: pump -> 480 -> gpu -> cpu -> 360 -> res.
    Common sense would make me put the rads between the cooled components, not right at the exit of the pump. My own approach would be pump -> gpu -> 480 -> cpu -> 360 -> res > pump or something in this line. Tubing might get complicated, but I personally it's the most efficient way to cool without shoving warm water in another hot block.
Then again, at this state, the most efficient way would be to pre-cool the water before gpu as well with a square rad, but that's going overboard.
Anyone having more experience than me can and is encouraged to correct me. wink.gif
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post #29915 of 106717
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Originally Posted by Tarnix View Post

It'l be heavy, with that case.
I'm not an expert, but it looks fine to me aside from some quirks:
  1. Keep in mind that the the gravity must do it's work.
  2. Your loop seems to go this way: pump -> 480 -> gpu -> cpu -> 360 -> res.
    Common sense would make me put the rads between the cooled components, not right at the exit of the pump. My own approach would be pump -> gpu -> 480 -> cpu -> 360 -> res > pump or something in this line. Tubing might get complicated, but I personally it's the most efficient way to cool without shoving warm water in another hot block.
Then again, at this state, the most efficient way would be to pre-cool the water before gpu as well with a square rad, but that's going overboard.
Anyone having more experience than me can and is encouraged to correct me. wink.gif

Loop order makes no difference,you would gain a better result by keeping the hose lengths as short as possible by using the most economical routing.
As long as res is before pump,that is the only 'must do' for any loop
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It'l be heavy, with that case.
I'm not an expert, but it looks fine to me aside from some quirks:
  1. Keep in mind that the the gravity must do it's work.
  2. Your loop seems to go this way: pump -> 480 -> gpu -> cpu -> 360 -> res.
    Common sense would make me put the rads between the cooled components, not right at the exit of the pump. My own approach would be pump -> gpu -> 480 -> cpu -> 360 -> res > pump or something in this line. Tubing might get complicated, but I personally it's the most efficient way to cool without shoving warm water in another hot block.
Then again, at this state, the most efficient way would be to pre-cool the water before gpu as well with a square rad, but that's going overboard.
Anyone having more experience than me can and is encouraged to correct me. wink.gif

It'll be heavy? dude the case already weights a ton, i doubt this will make much of a difference tongue.gif and I've only though about the size of the radiators and the placement of them, I haven't given the loop configs that much thought yet, but i was kinda planning on the 480 to cool the CPU and the 360 to cool the GPU's.

-- 360 rad - GPU 1 -- GPU 2 --
/ \
res -- pump - < > -res
\ /
-- 480 rad - CPU
/

or something along these lines, if that is possible.
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B NEGATIVE is right, loop order makes very little difference. the thermal capacitance of water is so high, and the volume passing through a block even at a low flow rate is going to make a difference of a few degrees at the most. quite frankly, as long as your pump is man enough to flow the loop effectively, the waterblocks + fans/rads you choose are going to make much more of a difference.
you're much better of making your tubing runs as short and tidy as possible. watercooling looks ballin' no point in having a hideous rig for the sake of 3 degrees lower temps, and with that many rads in there, your blocks are gonna be limiting factor. my system uses a single 360 rad to cool an i7 and 2 560tis and i've never seen a temp over 50 degrees and my fans never top 1300rpm.
 
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Got some new water cooling gear installed.

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B NEGATIVE is right, loop order makes very little difference. the thermal capacitance of water is so high, and the volume passing through a block even at a low flow rate is going to make a difference of a few degrees at the most. quite frankly, as long as your pump is man enough to flow the loop effectively, the waterblocks + fans/rads you choose are going to make much more of a difference.
you're much better of making your tubing runs as short and tidy as possible. watercooling looks ballin' no point in having a hideous rig for the sake of 3 degrees lower temps, and with that many rads in there, your blocks are gonna be limiting factor. my system uses a single 360 rad to cool an i7 and 2 560tis and i've never seen a temp over 50 degrees and my fans never top 1300rpm.
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Loop order makes no difference,you would gain a better result by keeping the hose lengths as short as possible by using the most economical routing.
As long as res is before pump,that is the only 'must do' for any loop
Thanks guys! I stand corrected, and informed. thumb.gif
Although 3 degrees can make a difference when speaking about intel...
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It'll be heavy? dude the case already weights a ton, i doubt this will make much of a difference tongue.gif and I've only though about the size of the radiators and the placement of them, I haven't given the loop configs that much thought yet, but i was kinda planning on the 480 to cool the CPU and the 360 to cool the GPU's.

or something along these lines, if that is possible.
Fixed thumb.gif
Although, two GPU might be tight on a 360, no?
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Got some new water cooling gear installed. snip (Click to show)
IMG_3265.jpg
Nice!
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Got some new water cooling gear installed.
IMG_3265.jpg

Wicked i love it.
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