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I'd put it between your pump outlet and your front rad.

I second this notion
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post #35442 of 106105
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I second this notion

Man I was afraid of that...another question...do you think hooking up a QDC to the ek bridge would work also or just do the t block?
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ohh dear god.. i just want to throw my rig away, that is fantastic....!
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Suddenly have the urge for some maraschino cherries!biggrin.gif what size sleeving did you use for the pci-e cables

I don't know, i bought them in Poland.
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post #35444 of 106105
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Originally Posted by cruelntention View Post

Question for you guys, where would I put a t-block for draining purposes?

Why not put a bitspower mini valve with a 45 or 90 (if there's not enough side clearance to run it straight out) and male to male rotary where the cap is on the inlet port that's facing front . .

That's about the lowest part of the system, and no need to take anything apart to install.


Darlene
Edited by IT Diva - 1/14/13 at 2:06am
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

Looks like I'm going to separate the GPU's from the CPU and use 2 different loops. A friend is giving me the following:

- EK CoolStream XT160
- Phobya pump/res combo DCP 4.0 and a small res
- 90º angled hose connectors

I plan on using the current rad/pump/res for the GPU's and then mount the EK rad externally behind, and leave the dcp4.0 and res inside where the D5 is right now, move the D5 to the drive bays. What do you guys think?

It's not like my temperatures are dangerous or anything, but I could get them much lower if I did separate the loops. tongue.gif

Temps wont be changed greatly at all,we have explained how you need to do delta checks to determine your loops effectiveness.
Dual loop isnt the answer most of the time.

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Originally Posted by cruelntention View Post

Question for you guys, where would I put a t-block for draining purposes?

Why not put a bitspower mini valve with a 45 or 90 (if there's not enough side clearance to run it straight out) and male to male rotary where the cap is on the inlet port that's facing front . .

That's about the lowest part of the system, and no need to take anything apart to install.


Darlene

This.
It how i drain my loop.
I also just pull tubing with the rig on its side....
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This is the drain valve I used in my loop http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Koolance-14quot-Thread-Drain-Valve--VLV-XTSPLB-pid-12834.html Very versatile and it has a built in barb if you want to use a tube.
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sate200 , I will always love your build. I really loved when you had your dual parallel Radiator at the back. Do you still have the Mora Radiator?





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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

Looks like I'm going to separate the GPU's from the CPU and use 2 different loops. A friend is giving me the following:

- EK CoolStream XT160
- Phobya pump/res combo DCP 4.0 and a small res
- 90º angled hose connectors

I plan on using the current rad/pump/res for the GPU's and then mount the EK rad externally behind, and leave the dcp4.0 and res inside where the D5 is right now, move the D5 to the drive bays. What do you guys think?


It's not like my temperatures are dangerous or anything, but I could get them much lower if I did separate the loops. tongue.gif

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Temps wont be changed greatly at all,we have explained how you need to do delta checks to determine your loops effectiveness.
Dual loop isnt the answer most of the time.

^This cheff.gif

With Dual Loops and your case...good luck. You can add the rad (EK CoolStream XT160) to your loop though.
Edited by KaRLiToS - 1/14/13 at 4:15am
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post #35449 of 106105
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

Looks like I'm going to separate the GPU's from the CPU and use 2 different loops. A friend is giving me the following:

- EK CoolStream XT360
- Phobya pump/res combo DCP 4.0 and a small res
- 90º angled hose connectors

I plan on using the current rad/pump/res for the GPU's and then mount the EK rad externally behind, and leave the dcp4.0 and res inside where the D5 is right now, move the D5 to the drive bays. What do you guys think?

It's not like my temperatures are dangerous or anything, but I could get them much lower if I did separate the loops. tongue.gif

Temps wont be changed greatly at all,we have explained how you need to do delta checks to determine your loops effectiveness.
Dual loop isnt the answer most of the time.

Delta is around 15ºC now that I added the 3930k, this is when pushing everything at 100% load with Folding@Home.

Easiest thing would be to just add that EK 360 rad into the same loop, but wouldn't making 2 loops be much better?

Keep in mind money is very tight, so I'm only getting those things listed above, so it's either adding the XT360 into this loop, or making 2 different loops.
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Delta is around 15ºC now that I added the 3930k, this is when pushing everything at 100% load with Folding@Home.

Easiest thing would be to just add that EK 360 rad into the same loop, but wouldn't making 2 loops be much better?

Keep in mind money is very tight, so I'm only getting those things listed above, so it's either adding the XT360 into this loop, or making 2 different loops.


You have MCP 655?----> Yes ---->then get MOAR RADZ. What about a 360 on the back or on the Top, mod that case. But I wouldn't suggest two loops for such a small case.

Delta 15'C is not so bad when everything is 100% Load
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