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Originally Posted by CiBi View Post

I would like to see an unboxing of that ;-)
But seriously those carbon monsoons look pretty good, does anyone know if its real carbon fiber?

i agree, especially the black fittings with the red carbon and the vice-versa.

btw, i had just the Best (worst) idea for a trademark thing for water coolers... (it involves a chain, a clean neck and... tongue.gif )
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i believe many around here are (VERY) excited for this:
C-C-C-CARBON??? (Click to show)

 

I have to say that while the marketing is nice I personally don't like them. I feel the carbon fiber thing has now been way over done in the computer world. I original fittings that show the tubing through them. As far as being a limited run kind of thing I really hope these fittings don't take over the originals. I may be alone in this but oh well.

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Originally Posted by Fuganater View Post

Final photo sneak peak of my Steampunk'd TJ11.
DSC_4882.jpg
looks amazingly smexxy! biggrin.gif
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Best $10 i ever spent thumb.gif
This! You guys can find this @ local Lowes, Home depot, hardware shop.. thumb.gif *G'Luck!*
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

I like mine. I have led's in three ports and I/O on the side ports.
If you have a lot of pump then the air bubbles tend to get sucked back into the outlet when filling/bleeding unless you the turn the pump down. Or you could plumb the return line to the top I guess.
But normal operation is fine and I like the look.
Any chance of a photo of your Phobya Balancer? I plan to have one but I am having a hard job finding shots of them installed. I can see a bit of it in your rig photo.
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Originally Posted by NostraD View Post

Are you cooling your CPU and GPU with a single 120 rad threre? If so, how are the temps? Just curious. I am about to reconfigure my loop to 2 seperate loops and run my GPU off a single 140mm rad.

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Originally Posted by NewHighScore View Post

If you look closely it looks like there is a 240 in the front but it appears to be passive. I can't see any fans on it.

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I see a single rad in the back with 1 fan, I see at least a double rad in the front (with the intake fans, so not passive) and possibly a triple rad in the top. rolleyes.gif

Oh no way, the guys were right, Iv'e got 720mm of rad jammed into there. 360 on top 120 at the back and 240 in the front. you can't see the fans on the 240 because they are under the front panel of the Raider.

I wouldn't personally put a GPU on a 120 rad by itself let alone with anything else
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I THIRD THAT TUBE CUTTER!!! smile.gif Paid $7.99 for mine at Princess Auto, works amazingly well.
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I think I have to forget Durelene tubing, shipping to Spain would cost me over $40 for 10 feet of tubing, that's way too much for just the tubing. frown.gif

Might have to wait for Durelene or Primochill Advanced LRT to be available in Europe, and meanwhile buy some other clear tubing like Masterkleer PVC.
    
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post #34289 of 106449
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Originally Posted by zubzero689 View Post

Why do people need such a big res if you spring a leak it would be empty in know time.

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The point of a Res is not the amount of coolant but to have a reserve of low temperature coolant on demand to the Pump.
Leaks are bad regardless of the size of the Reservoir. thumb.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

This.
More fluid means a longer hike to get the fluid warm,it will all go the same temp eventually,the extra volume just prolongs the inevitable.

I'm with Zubzero ... big reservoirs might look good to some but the idea that they help at all is a bit misleading.
The water running through your loop should be moving so fast that the water in the reservoir is exactly the same temperature as the rest of the loop. It certainly doesn't hold a volume of cool water for pump.
The extra volume of water would take longer to heat up if no cooling effect was being created by the radiators but that is their job. A loop with a larger volume of water might take a little longer to reach the balancing point of heating from components vs cooling provided by rads but it would only be in the order of minutes. When your computer is on for hours it makes no difference at all.
In my experience big reservoirs just provide more water to spill if you have any problems and for times when you are reassembling the loop and find a tiny leak its just more water you have to take out again before you can fix the problem.
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post #34290 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Systemlord View Post

Primochill Primoflex LRT Pro went for $24.99, I paid exactly the same for the Advanced.
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Originally Posted by kyismaster View Post

this lol


You guys don't seem to know how to shop for the best price. I paid $15 each for my first rolls of primochill tube in 2010 from moddersmart.com and also from amazon.com rolleyes.gif. Well, I guess some ppl just like to pay more. You guys probably frequent frozencpu.com wink.gif (lol)

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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

I think I have to forget Durelene tubing, shipping to Spain would cost me over $40 for 10 feet of tubing, that's way too much for just the tubing. frown.gif
Might have to wait for Durelene or Primochill Advanced LRT to be available in Europe, and meanwhile buy some other clear tubing like Masterkleer PVC.

I had a feeling it would be crazy high to ship. I think Mike from Mayhems said they use MasterKleer.
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