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What are the thoughts on Feser tubing? I would be getting some clear stuff and I have had primochill but it was full of plasticizer... The reason why I say Feser is because I would be buying from Dazmode and that is all he sells. cheers.gif

I'm using feser 3/8 5/8th from dazmode and I have no plasticizer issues with my mayhems pastel. I have only been up and running for a short time though. I feel like a little over a month only.
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post #33152 of 107077
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Looking good on that ambient, you can try to oc it and youll get the most out of your big rad. Is that a 360 rad?

i was oc ed a bit and test it only for a couple of minutes so i don't know if my system stable or not
here's the result, maybe the temp was too high, wasn't it?




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seems to me like your reservoir is filled with air bubbles. if that's the case you wont get as good temps. gotta make sure there's no air in your loop.

i didin't notice any air bubbles in water block
my resevoir filled with air bubbles maybe because the waterfall like in my res and make some bubbles
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post #33153 of 107077
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Especially as I am using Primoflex Pro LRT, the idea of having a "Quick-Disconnect-able" Fuel Filter to stick in the loop from time-to-time (run the pump with the PC off) to collect up any accumulated gunk is quite appealing. Heck, for that purpose I could probably get away with some ultra-cheap $1.50 fuel filters as they would just be used in a disposable fashion, and the looser pleats would be beneficial in that it wouldn't clog everything up quite so quickly.
ON ANOTHER NOTE...
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So as I was thinking of how to go about doing a Home Media Server (+ Home Server for Backups, etc), I thought I'd just take two of the HP Cases and make a "double wide".
That got me thinking about my water-cooled Switch....
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Is it feasible to have HDD's in a second case, rather than in the main one (if so, I could remove the second HDD cage and get much better airflow in my Switch)? This would likely be a "work on it in free time" kind of project, as I don't have a "need" for more rad space yet, but as I add more blocks and more GPU's, I will continue adding radiators despite it being complete overkill.
Anyway, thanks for the opinions!

1) Maybe a stupid question, but wouldn't it just be cheaper, easier, and safer to simply replace your tubing rather than come up with ways to clean all the 'gunk' out of your loop on a regular basis? Not to mention even with a filter you still could have chunks getting caught in your blocks and not making it to the filter at all. thinking.gif

2) Don't know if you've considered the alternatives, but I would highly recommend checking out the Amahi project. I ditched my MS Home Sever when they dropped drive pooling and I love it for storing backups as well as storing/streaming all my BDs, DVDs, CDs, etc... and it's fast and comparatively stable (Fedora vs NT).

3) I understand that you're basically looking to undertake a 'project' rather than looking for a quick solution - so on that end I say GO FOR IT! (Provided you take tons of pictures and keep us in the loop - pun intended). However, as far as moving your drives outside your case... you could just get an eSata external cage and mod it (or leave it for that matter) to match the colors/style of your case. Might discover in the long run it wound up being cheaper too... biggrin.gif I've seen THESE come up on ebay from time to time for less than $100 before.
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i didin't notice any air bubbles in water block
my resevoir filled with air bubbles maybe because the waterfall like in my res and make some bubbles

Is your loop completely silent or do you hear gurgling noises from time to time? I find it hard to believe with that much 'churn' in your reservoir that you aren't sucking some of that air back into your loop.
post #33154 of 107077
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Is your loop completely silent or do you hear gurgling noises from time to time? I find it hard to believe with that much 'churn' in your reservoir that you aren't sucking some of that air back into your loop.

sometimes i heard gurgling noise but it only occurred once or twice per hour i think

so how do i fix it? move all the tube to bottom or fully filled the res?
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Make sure that your dad's Compressor has a filter/water trap on it because I'm pretty sure that it's probably out in an un-insulated shop/garage. You don't want any water getting on your precious system after all. It's not good for our components. If he doesn't have one you might get him one for Xmas to pay for that free air. thumb.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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post #33156 of 107077
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i didin't notice any air bubbles in water block
my resevoir filled with air bubbles maybe because the waterfall like in my res and make some bubbles


Unless you're willing to accept a lot of entrained air in the cooling loop water, (which hurts efficiency) you need to run a tube internally in the res on the incoming line so that the incoming water exits below the surface of the res water.

That waterfall effect has a rather negative consequence as far as cooling goes because it's constantly aerating the water.

Add a tube and a bit higher res level, and you'll get better temps, if that's you goal.


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post #33157 of 107077
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sometimes i heard gurgling noise but it only occurred once or twice per hour i think
so how do i fix it? move all the tube to bottom or fully filled the res?
Your temp seems to be a bit too high, how long has it been since you first start up you loop
Took me 2 days to completely remove all the bubbles from the top rad. But i didnt see any drastic change in my temp at ambient 23 i get 33 idle and around 55-57 on load, thats 1x360 and 1x240 cooling 2gpu and cpu, and im using 2 ddc pump which adds more heat to my loop.
Have you peeled off the plastic cover on your cpu waterblock? Some people forgot to peel it off, or have you ever taken apart the cpu block for cleaning? Some people did not put it back properly resulting in bad temps
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post #33158 of 107077
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Has there been any plasticizer leakage in it? and what color did you get? I am planning on the clear as I want to use some dye...
I agree with this! My last usage of primochill looked like there was (as described by another member) cream cheese inside it.
Wow thats great thumb.gif guess i got the new stuff frown.gif
frown.gif I want duralene too heard it is the best...
So I should have no problems using it then? There are no reports of anyone using it who had any plasticizer problems or clouding?

I hate to be the one to rain on the Durelene party (I was hopeful too), but it has been a few months now since I installed mine and it has started to cloud. I didn't notice until I tore my rig down yesterday to sleeve some cables. I am running distilled, Mayhems Deep Blue and a kill coil.

The first two pieces are a few months old. The third piece is an unused scrap of the same.



On an upside, it's very inexpensive - .45c - .69c/ft at Sidewinder depending on the size. So replacing it isn't going to break the bank, it's just a PIA.

Pics after the sleeving and new Durelene were installed. Also rerouted tubing with some behind mobo tray.
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Hey guys im using Masterkleer Purple UV tubing, only company that makes this color, but these tubes have the plasticizer issue, i can see the white coating in my tubes (rigs taken apart at the moment) and when i removed my rez i had to wipe the plastic clean.

Will this hurt my rig? will it affect temps? will it damage my radiators, blocks or pumps?

i want to keep using this tubing because the plasticizer isnt noticeable when everything is put together, and masterkleer is the only company with th color i want, but if this issue is damaging i dont want to continue using it....
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I made this for my shop. I had a friend give me an August West soot sweeper. It blows out an enormous amount of air so I vented it out one of my basement window. I built a wooden box and mounted the suction end in the bottom of it. I place any computer in the box, put the plastic curtain down, Start the unit and blow all the dust out with a small vacuum. All the dust or most anyways gets sucked into the soot sweeper. I work on a lot of folks PC's and do not like breathing in their dust. It works the bomb diggity. Tell me what you all think....
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Super cool idea! Can you paint stuff in there too?
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