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post #30371 of 106074
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Originally Posted by sebar View Post

EK Website states the following:
"All newly released items will be available in four different flavours: black painted, nickel- & black nickel plated as well as copper plated. All items feature hand polished finish."
Therefore I would guess that they are not acetal.

Kewl thumb.gif

I like the EK symbol on the 45°.

Looks like that is small od tube size and hence why the fitting looks very streamlined with the angled fitting bodies. Will expect disproportionate looks with the larger fittings (but that's true for mostly all wink.gif).

@ B-Neg, tnx, seemed like it was biggrin.gif
post #30372 of 106074
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Originally Posted by Fonne View Post

EKWB introduces new line of fitting connectors
http://www.ekwb.com/news/280/19/EKWB-introduces-new-line-of-fitting-connectors/

Could be my next fittings smile.gif

I'm extremely impressed with these fittings, the two tone silver-black finish goes with both a fully nickel plated CPU block and one that is acetal. I had to buy Bitspower matte black fittings in order to go with my Supremacy acetal block, these would look great with either.
post #30373 of 106074
Those look great! If those were out before the monsoon angles I just might have considered.

Not that I am on the EK hate plate train I am just weary of purchasing their products. I have yet to own anything EK.
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Originally Posted by Fonne View Post

EKWB introduces new line of fitting connectors
http://www.ekwb.com/news/280/19/EKWB-introduces-new-line-of-fitting-connectors/

Could be my next fittings smile.gif

Is that acetal? hard to figure since the pic is in black and white. Acetal fitting compression fitting top....thinking.gif....reminds me of the primochill acrylic fittings.


Can anyone elaborate???

I rather like the look of that front fitting. I could see running that with my Dual DDC v2 Pump top. It sure would clean up some space in my case instead of what I'm running atm. thinking.gif

My Sparkle Red Monsoons would look bishin on that. biggrin.gif

Are they gonna put out Compless Angle Fittings for systems with pre-existing barb owners? Cause I would definitely entertain holding off my Angle fitting order to wait for those in Black Nickel.

Still waiting for Tiborrr to confirm whether or not they'll be doing non CSQ Universal Bridge series too. I've got Reference Cards so I've got stock RAM/VRAM possibilities with the use of a Dremel but I gotta know what I'm in for. mellowsmiley.gif

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post #30375 of 106074
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looks pretty good, what do you have holding your micro res up?
I have the screws down from the top, through the two fans holding the res in. I also have rubber grommets for some vibration cancellation.
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Originally Posted by Ednilson Luna View Post

Hello mayford5 ford a tip with a connector that is cleaner loop reservoir to pump Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
check out my: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Thank you. I didn't know they made something like that. Can you get one from frozencpu?
I really like how it makes things look really tidy.
post #30376 of 106074
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Originally Posted by Rickles View Post

Ok, thermal brains,
I put in a water temp sensor last week. My idle water temps are around 28-30c, web browsing and whatnot. When I get to a gaming my water gets to around 37c, although I don't watch it that closely while gaming. However, my gpu is around 40-42c and my cpu is usually closer to 50c.
So.....
Should I put my d5 vario on setting 4 instead of 5?? Would this help lower component temps as the water would have more time in the blocks to transfer heat?
thinking.gif
i have a d5 vario also and my loop
consists of 140 rad, 360 black ice rad,
cpu, gpu, res, pump then back to 140..
i keep mine on 3..sometimes 2.5 and it
works great..once i pump up the pump to
5 i notice an increase by 1 or 2 degrees C.
as well as if i go below 2 i notice an increase
in temps.. gotta find that happy medium.
your temps sort of sound normal though.
what's your ambient temp in the room?
what's your cpu OC profile?
check for dust in your rad..clean rad.
run Prime..
i would try these before putting pump higher..
just my thought though..i've only being doing this
for little over half a year now so i'm noone's guru lol..
post #30377 of 106074
You can get them from Frozen or PPCs, mayford. Enzotech Rotary Connector. thumb.gif

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post #30378 of 106074
Mostly all of the big players make a revolvable male thread to male thread fitting. Don't get the fix one though thumb.gif
post #30379 of 106074
Hey just showing you guys my new stuff here is the kit

Pump : Phobya DC12-260 12Volt

Rad : Hardware Labs Black Ice® GT Xtreme Lite 360mm

Cpu block : D-Tek FuZion CPU Waterblock for Socket 775

Rad fans : Coolermaster R4 X 3 (2000 Rpm)

Fittings : EK Water Blocks EK-PSC Fitting 12mm - G1/4 (ID 7/16", OD 5/8") (Compression Fittings)

Tube : 7/16" ID (5/8" OD) Masterkleer PVC Tubing Clear/UV Blue

Coolent : Mayhems Pre-Mix X1 UV Red

Res : Alphacool Repack-Cooling Slot-In Delrin White Reservoir

you will have forgive my rubbish cam

probly not the best but dont think ive done to badly for my first time watercooling


front


side off with uv lights on and off

side on with everything on

Rad fans

idol temps and load temps after prime 95 has been running for apx 30 mins
Edited by spiderloser - 10/26/12 at 4:37pm
post #30380 of 106074
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Originally Posted by Rickles View Post

Ok, thermal brains,
I put in a water temp sensor last week. My idle water temps are around 28-30c, web browsing and whatnot. When I get to a gaming my water gets to around 37c, although I don't watch it that closely while gaming. However, my gpu is around 40-42c and my cpu is usually closer to 50c.
So.....
Should I put my d5 vario on setting 4 instead of 5?? Would this help lower component temps as the water would have more time in the blocks to transfer heat?
thinking.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Those are pretty good temps. I don't see anything out of the ordinary so I guess changing your pump speed may not have a significant difference.

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Originally Posted by LuckyNumber13 View Post

i have a d5 vario also and my loop
consists of 140 rad, 360 black ice rad,
cpu, gpu, res, pump then back to 140..
i keep mine on 3..sometimes 2.5 and it
works great..once i pump up the pump to
5 i notice an increase by 1 or 2 degrees C.
as well as if i go below 2 i notice an increase
in temps.. gotta find that happy medium.
your temps sort of sound normal though.
what's your ambient temp in the room?
what's your cpu OC profile?
check for dust in your rad..clean rad.
run Prime..
i would try these before putting pump higher..
just my thought though..i've only being doing this
for little over half a year now so i'm noone's guru lol..

Like Wermad and LuckyNumber13 say your temps seem pretty good.

If you slow down the flow of water, yes it will absorb more heat from the block's, but that heat will also have more time to escape in radiator, also the same the other way, if the water moves to quick it picks up less heat from the block's and also has less time to reject it from the radiator.

With good temps like that, if you are wanting to reduce your components temp, my suggestion would be to increase your air flow over your rad. or lower the temp. of the air going over the rad.
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