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post #3221 of 105855
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very nice looking rig Jorge P
Thanks! Got to make the best with what I have for now
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i7-7700K EVGA GTX 1080 SC G.Skill Tident RGB OCZ R400 
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NZXT X62 Windows 10 Pro  Corsair AX750 NZXT Elite S340 
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i5 2500K Asus P8Z77-I W/D EVGA GTX 1080 SC 16GB DDR3 2133MHz 
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Samsung 840 SSD Antcec Kuhler 620 Corsair SP120 x4 Windows 7 Pro x64 
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Cooler Master V750 Modular PSU QBX Kaze 
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FX-60 @ 2.9GHz Asus A8N32-SLI Geforce GTX 570 + 8800GTS(physics) 4GB PC3200 
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WD 1TB 3.0Gb/s Sony Optaric DVD-RW Windows 7 Ultimate x64 BenQ 24" LCD 
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i7-7700K EVGA GTX 1080 SC G.Skill Tident RGB OCZ R400 
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NZXT X62 Windows 10 Pro  Corsair AX750 NZXT Elite S340 
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i5 2500K Asus P8Z77-I W/D EVGA GTX 1080 SC 16GB DDR3 2133MHz 
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Samsung 840 SSD Antcec Kuhler 620 Corsair SP120 x4 Windows 7 Pro x64 
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Cooler Master V750 Modular PSU QBX Kaze 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
FX-60 @ 2.9GHz Asus A8N32-SLI Geforce GTX 570 + 8800GTS(physics) 4GB PC3200 
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post #3222 of 105855
Does anyone know where I could purchase two Detroit D5 Thermo tops or EK D5 rev 2 tops? All sold out where I've looked.
    
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Crucial RealSSD C300 256GB ASUS CD/DVD burner Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (Triple) ASUS VW266H 19x12 each @ 5760 x 1200 
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Crucial RealSSD C300 256GB ASUS CD/DVD burner Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (Triple) ASUS VW266H 19x12 each @ 5760 x 1200 
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post #3223 of 105855
I've decided to drill 2 holes through the floor/ceiling/freezer downstairs and give my radiator a new home @ -20c.

The hoses will only need to be 4 feet longer each...so 8 feet more hose.

Do you think I should put the pump downstairs between the radiator and cpu? Or maybe upstairs right before the cpu actually sounds better. Gravity will certainly feed the radiator from the reservoir.

Thanks for the advice.
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post #3224 of 105855
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I've decided to drill 2 holes through the floor/ceiling/freezer downstairs and give my radiator a new home @ -20c.

The hoses will only need to be 4 feet longer each...so 8 feet more hose.

Do you think I should put the pump downstairs between the radiator and cpu? Or maybe upstairs right before the cpu actually sounds better. Gravity will certainly feed the radiator from the reservoir.

Thanks for the advice.
putting a radiator in a freezer will kill the freezer in a couple weeks.

the compressors are not meant to be run 24/7
post #3225 of 105855
You would also need to insulate your motherboard
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Corsair 64GB SSD | 4x Samsung F3 1TB RAID10 Win7 Professional 64bit Samsung P2770H 27" Roccat Arvo 
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post #3226 of 105855
Just put your Radiator in a bucket of ice.
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post #3227 of 105855
It melts 5 bags of ice in a cooler in 3 hours. I guess it would warm the freezer too much.

I'm going to figure something out.

Maybe install an industrial compressor that's meant to run a lot more.



Enough air blowing on it, the condensation dries up before even appearing.
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post #3228 of 105855
Here's a pic of my current setup. Yeah, i know the cable management is horrible for the PCI connectors. I'll clean things up after i receive my GPU block.

Current setup:
MCP 350 with XSPC top
Swiftech Apogee XT
Swiftech 240 with built-in Res
Primochill 1/2 tubing
Dangerden barbs

On order:
EK 5870 full cover

You guys think i need an extra radiator?
post #3229 of 105855
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You guys think i need an extra radiator?
Yes.
post #3230 of 105855
I'm going to get a freezer just for the radiator.

I will fill it with as many gallon jugs of ice as I can fit inside with the radiator.

The compressor can run as much as it needs to.

It won't run that much, and I shut down at night usually anyways.

I'll let you know how it goes.
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