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post #33421 of 105812
Did some changes during yesterday and today with the setup. It seems like the EK green RTU liquid is alot more uv reactive than the blue i had that was a concentrate.

Also tested some laser engraving on the wings and we also made an acrylic plate with engraving to the front panel. Shame that the photos are not showing the acrylic that well, but looks stunning live.

What I also noticed, is the fact that i have changed the loop routing without even noticing. It seems like the first setup i ever made was made like EK says. That is Res-pump-rad-block-res.

Then i have changed it during a radiator re-positioning to re-pump-block-rad-res.

It seems like it doesn't really matter if cooling is considered., may be even a little better like that last one mentioned. Now running Phenom X4 965BE @ 3.9Ghz (1.450v) and NB @ 2200mhz (1.2v) and i hardly hit 30 degrees celsious biggrin.gif



    
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Martin from Martinsliquidlab.org is back ? biggrin.gif - Just realesed this review today

XSPC D5 Dual Bay Reservoir Combo :

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?284190-Martinsliquidlab.org-Review-XSPC-D5-Dual-Bay-Reservoir-Combo
post #33423 of 105812
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Martin from Martinsliquidlab.org is back ? biggrin.gif - Just realesed this review today
XSPC D5 Dual Bay Reservoir Combo :
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?284190-Martinsliquidlab.org-Review-XSPC-D5-Dual-Bay-Reservoir-Combo
Sweet! Mine's in the mail. Glad to see someone as credible as Martin test it out and make me feel good about spending the $$$ on one. smile.gif
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post #33424 of 105812
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Was just chekking Aquatuning.de and Alphacool new GTX670 block is pretty nice ...

Alphacool NexXxoS NVXP Nvidia GTX670

http://www.aquatuning.de/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=Alphacool%20GTX670&

brushed stainless steel - black




Oh god that's perty. This or XSPC Razor? I like the 5 way out put on the Razor but this is so sexy in black stainless.


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Almost finished doing a 24hr leak test. Think I'll go with clear tubes next time. Oh well, Mint Coolant Anyone?biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Hey, I have a question, does the water going into the top of the reservoir make noise? Or do you have any problems with your current set up?

Does anyone have any opinions?

This is my plan. Bitspower Aqua tube. It screws into the top under the fitting in whats left of the threads. Fill the res above the bottom of the tube and win. I suppose a long bard could have a similar result.

http://www.bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092264&kind2=51




Or if your top it's that thick.
http://www.bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092265&kind2=51

Edited by animal0307 - 12/7/12 at 5:27pm
post #33425 of 105812
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Waiting for more dye to be delivered today...I ran out...looks blurple right now lol redface.gif

Personally, I think that color looks fantastic... if it were my rig I probably wouldn't change a thing (although I'd also probably wind up trying to recreate that color and failing miserably when it came time to update something in the loop and be very sad). biggrin.gif
post #33426 of 105812
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Did some changes Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
during yesterday and today with the setup. It seems like the EK green RTU liquid is alot more uv reactive than the blue i had that was a concentrate.
Also tested some laser engraving on the wings and we also made an acrylic plate with engraving to the front panel. Shame that the photos are not showing the acrylic that well, but looks stunning live.
What I also noticed, is the fact that i have changed the loop routing without even noticing. It seems like the first setup i ever made was made like EK says. That is Res-pump-rad-block-res.
Then i have changed it during a radiator re-positioning to re-pump-block-rad-res.
It seems like it doesn't really matter if cooling is considered., may be even a little better like that last one mentioned. Now running Phenom X4 965BE @ 3.9Ghz (1.450v) and NB @ 2200mhz (1.2v) and i hardly hit 30 degrees celsious biggrin.gif
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Wow that glow looks great.
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Personally, I think that color looks fantastic... if it were my rig I probably wouldn't change a thing (although I'd also probably wind up trying to recreate that color and failing miserably when it came time to update something in the loop and be very sad). biggrin.gif

Haha well thanks! I've tried adding some more dye to it already, but it's having a hard time mixing in because of the size of the res....so I guess it won't end up getting much darker than it is in that photo. But now that it's up and running, I'm kind of liking it and how it looks with the case all light up.


EDIT: Decided to try and take some decent photos...key word try. Please excuse the mismatched sleeving...still trying to finish my paracord.


Edited by PCModderMike - 12/7/12 at 7:03pm
post #33427 of 105812
Hey guys,

I have been considering changing to clear tubing and using something like Mayhems dye (don't know color yet) or maybe some of t he Mayhems Pastel coolants.

Could I still use a silver kill coil with distilled water + mayhems dye? What about with Mayhems Pastel?

Also, what temperature difference should I notice from my current loop (distilled water + silver kill coil) to running Mayhems Pastel?

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Hey guys,
I have been considering changing to clear tubing and using something like Mayhems dye (don't know color yet) or maybe some of t he Mayhems Pastel coolants.
Could I still use a silver kill coil with distilled water + mayhems dye? What about with Mayhems Pastel?

Also, what temperature difference should I notice from my current loop (distilled water + silver kill coil) to running Mayhems Pastel?
Thanks!

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Hey guys,
I have been considering changing to clear tubing and using something like Mayhems dye (don't know color yet) or maybe some of t he Mayhems Pastel coolants.
Could I still use a silver kill coil with distilled water + mayhems dye? What about with Mayhems Pastel?

Also, what temperature difference should I notice from my current loop (distilled water + silver kill coil) to running Mayhems Pastel?
Thanks!

wont realy be a temp change, but i wouldnt use a KC as it will mess with teh pH and can change the color (and can seperate and do weird things to the pastel) smile.gif... the pastel its self should have all the addatives you need in it already smile.gif
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wont realy be a temp change, but i wouldnt use a KC as it will mess with teh pH and can change the color (and can seperate and do weird things to the pastel) smile.gif... the pastel its self should have all the addatives you need in it already smile.gif

Thank you guys, I'll move over to the Mayhems thread. thumb.gif
    
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