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AWW S**T !! /runs to check replacement cables
ADD: btw, thats a fantastic looking build, deserves its own foto parade/log
So, what did you replace the rubbish cable with ?

I'm using them in my build... on the exact same Lamptron and mine are working fine - hard to say if B-Neg's bad cables were the fluke or my good ones - but at least some of the splitters were fine. biggrin.gif
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How about this loop? Got the new koolance block and switched out the old rasa pump and res for the newer one (uses mcp655). Any tips on arranging the tubing? Gonna add a block for the gtx680 later on and get a new thicker radiator.

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I'm using them in my build... on the exact same Lamptron and mine are working fine - hard to say if B-Neg's bad cables were the fluke or my good ones - but at least some of the splitters were fine. biggrin.gif

I thought that too....until coolmiester told me about his Phobya 24 pin that was wired wrong....
If that had nuked one of his 2p systems,there would of been hell to pay.

I treat phobya like herpes now,avoid.....
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I treat phobya like herpes now,avoid.....

Oh I thought you meant "Just wrap it in heatshrink and dive on in!"

lachen.gif

I actually just checked and I was mistaken... I do NOT have the Phobya branded cables... I used this ModRight one instead. Sorry for the misinformation. I guess I avoided the herpes cables after all. biggrin.gif
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Phobya 400mm
4 200mm fans
nice looking build smile.gif... next is the GPUs wink.gif
If those are like mine (ASUS ENGTX560), the saddest part of it: there's no block for them. (Or I couldn't find one)
Edited by Tarnix - 11/27/12 at 4:22am
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It almost went up in flames due to Phobyas useless rubbish...failed cable set the controller mosfet on fire.
Lamptron sorted the controller for me,even tho it had been modded on the faceplate.
Phobya just stuck their middle finger up at me.
Doesnt have that 4th card tho Werm.......biggrin.gif

So in the end it was the splitter cable that caused all the mess. What exactly did the cable do? Short?
I'm trying to wrap my head around this. I make up my own fan harnesses but I'm trying to sort out exactly what happened here.
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Oh I thought you meant "Just wrap it in heatshrink and dive on in!"
lachen.gif
I actually just checked and I was mistaken... I do NOT have the Phobya branded cables... I used this ModRight one instead. Sorry for the misinformation. I guess I avoided the herpes cables after all. biggrin.gif


Modrite hasn't been error free either . .

I had several of the 6 pin to 6+2 pin PCIe adapters wired wrong.

8 pin PCIe connector has 3 lines at +12V and 5 that are Gnd, the modrite had a +12V at the top right location which should have been a Gnd.

It's the 8 pin EPS connector that is 4 and 4, not the 8 pin PCIe .

Fortunately, the PSU sees it as a dead short, and self protects and doesn't start. . . . so no harm done


Actually, all the modrite 6 to 6+2 adapter cables I ever got were all wrong and had to be fixed before I could use them, though it's been a while since I bought one now.


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So in the end it was the splitter cable that caused all the mess. What exactly did the cable do? Short?
I'm trying to wrap my head around this. I make up my own fan harnesses but I'm trying to sort out exactly what happened here.


You're on the right track

Make your own and never trust anyone's.

They are all woefully cheaply done and scarey when you take them apart and see what they used for wire and how it's crapped together.

It's a good bit of extra work, but the peace of mind is priceless.

Darlene
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If those are like mine (ASUS ENGTX560), the saddest part of it: there's no block for them. (Or I couldn't find one)

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Hows the performance on that 400? I had the 200 on just my CPU and was less than impressed, but if the 400 is pretty good might be an upgrade in my future biggrin.gif

They are actually the HD6850's. They have a block for them on PPC. The block doesn't cool the VRM though so I would have to get something for that. The blocks are 50 each, plus whatever I need to cool the chips with. I'm still debating. Right now I am waiting for a 360 to cool things down more then I can think about the GPU blocks. The 400 is amazing. Idle temps are anywhere from 10c to 12c in a ambient temp from of 23c. Max load has never gotten above 45c. i plan to put the 360 right after the NB + MOSFET block. 360-400-res-pump-cpu-nb.
I can play anything I would like to very comfortably on my GPU's I'm just not sure if it is wise to invest that much in both of them. I will take opinions though!



I think thats how it would turn out if I went with a crossflow radiator so I could have 1 spout at either end.

(Yellow is the new line)

Also could this pump handle all of that?




I could do it this way so the GPUs would be very last and that way I can get all of the heat out at the top so I'm not just heating the inside of the case with the hottest liquid going to the 400mm RAD. this is all Hypothetical BTW!!
Edited by Car17 - 11/27/12 at 6:24am
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