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Quick question.

I have an EK Supreme 1366 Rev 2.0, and I want to upgrade to an 1155 rig. Is there an adapter I can get for this block, or do I need to buy a new one?

If this block is outdated however, I will just buy a new one even if there is an adapter.

Any input would be great. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by airplaneman View Post

Quick question.

I have an EK Supreme 1366 Rev 2.0, and I want to upgrade to an 1155 rig. Is there an adapter I can get for this block, or do I need to buy a new one?

If this block is outdated however, I will just buy a new one even if there is an adapter.

Any input would be great. Thanks!

There certainly is adaptorsout there. My Rampage IV came with one.
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Yeah Buddy, i´ll find that cable for you....ermm....ask again in summer biggrin.gif


Your component supplier must have a photo of you on his mantlepiece.
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Wooooo . . . . . . Hooooooo

Back from the welding shop:
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I took a vacation day so I could take this naughty girl to my tig guy, and I gotta say that for the time we worked and the perfect results we got, it's been about the best $100 I've spent so far.

I was really surprised, as that's about a third to half of what I expected based on the time we spent and the usual shop rate.

Anyway, I'll wait untill the weekend to dress the welds and clean things up a bit, but I just had to assemble the chassis and put in the rads to get an idea what I might want to do before I disassemble it to dress the welds and get some paint on the bare spots. I'll mark where the top chassis panel needs to be drilled for the plastic top to fit, and I need to relieve the top plastics for one of the top fans while I'm at it.

I was planning to put some aluminum angle along the rads to add some stiffening, but it's not going to be necessary, this sucker is rock solid and it's only got a few screws barely snug.

The boxed shape that NZXT uses along the edges of the top and bottom panels is incredibly strong, even lengthed out like this one is.

Everything just fits like a glove.

There's only 4 fans on the underside of the top rad, as there's not enough clearance above the motherboard, even for thin fans, but with 10 out of 12 fans, I doubt I'll be seriously conpromised.

I also have a thin, 20mm fan available for the rear most fan on the lower rad, in case I have a clearance issue with the 4th GPU.


Thought I'd share my excitement:

Darlene



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Originally Posted by MKHunt View Post

I updated my rig and changed cases and colorschemes (and mobos, and soundcards, and RAM) so I guess here's an update.

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Awesome! Moved on from the 690ii?
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I'm have been tirelessly working on my build for the last 12 hours, I soldered my MDPC 3-pin connectors to the circuit boards I purchased yesterday and have covered them in 3M's Carbon Fiber DI-NOC! Now before I get ahead of myself here I have Mayhem Extreme Biocide, but don't I need something to prevent that greenish corrosion buildup in my radiators copper and brass construction!

I don't want to run premixed coolant because coolants increase temps, isn't there some sort of corrosion concentrate to add to the distilled water? I'm shocked that no one has developed a corrosion concentrate alongside the various types of Biocide, can anyone recommend such a corrosion concentrate that won't take up to much water volume within my loop?

My first ever soldering job on a PCB using my Hakko FX-888, not bad for a first timer!



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That's really nice! I don't have the patience to solder so I'm going to get these:

post #36205 of 105881
Have tried asking in the Corsair Hydro club, but no luck, so hope its ok to try here ...

Is here any pictures/review out that shows the inside of the H100i ? - Like this Swiftech:





And to share something, Frozen CPU just got the new Koolance Quick Disconnect



+ White Alphacool rads biggrin.gif:D



Love how they look ...
post #36206 of 105881
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Originally Posted by PandaSPUR View Post

Also make sure you have the tubing setup properly, CPU blocks have a specific inlet and outlet.

They're correct.
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Originally Posted by MKHunt View Post

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Originally Posted by Alex132 View Post

They're as tight as they can go.

Then I'd say remount time. Look at your thermal goop while the block is off, too.

There should be a perfect amount, might be too little on it though...
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Exellent litte beast you have there thumb.gif

Don't forget to add yourself to the Silverstone TJ08-E Owners Club.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1068487/silverstone-tj08-e-owners-club

Thanks men, I just do it.
I´m following, there are beautifull setups!!
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I updated my rig and changed cases and colorschemes (and mobos, and soundcards, and RAM) so I guess here's an update.

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really love your rig thumb.gif as a C70 owner and a WC planner ( tongue.gif ) your loop is very inspiring to me smile.gif (i only have to figure out how to get the M5V block in a clear setup with everything else)

a few questions:
-what rads are you using there? (and how long is the one in the front? any problems fitting that rad? what overall clearance or difficulties you had?)
-what are the res and pump and how did you mount them?
-do you think it's possible to connect the top rad and the rear rad directly space wise? (and if it's a 280?)
-how do you like that Bitfenix controller?

also, i'd recommend you to redo the airflow because your rig would just suck lots of dust in in that negative pressure. additionally, a few angle fittings could do wonders with tubing and make it a very clear loop.
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Hi Guys! I want to join the club and sharing my rig!

I've just completed my first ever loop and computer build. Built it together with my girlfriend!

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Full Specs:
Motherboard: Asus Maximus V Formula
CPU: i7-3770K overclocked to 4.3 ghz for daily use
GPU: Nvidia GTX 690 dual gpu graphics card with 4gb vram
Ram: 16gb (4gb x 4) Corsair Dominator GT
PSU: Seasonic P1000 fully modular 1000W Powersupply with FTW Black and Red individual sleeving
Hard Drives: 2 x 128GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD
Optical Drive: Asus Bluray drive
Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster Z
Fan Controller: Lamptron FC8
Case: NZXT Switch 810 Full Tower

Watercooling:
CPU Block: Swiftech Apogee HD
GPU Block: Heatkiller GTX 690 full cover waterblock with backplate
Top Radiator: Alphacool Nexxxos 360mm XT45 Rad
Side Radiator: Alphacool Nexxxos 240mm Monsta Rad
Pump: Swiftech MCP655 pump with Bitspower Acrylic Top
Reservoir: EK Multioption Res X2 150 Advanced
Tubes: Deep Red 3/8 x 1/2 in Masterkleer Tubes

Fans:
10 x Corsair SP120 Fans on the radiators
2 x Corsair AF140 Fans as bottom intake and rear exhaust
1 x Corsair Airflow Memory Fan

Peripherals:

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Headset: Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro 250 ohms
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Mousepad: Razer Goliathus Control Edition

love your tubing job in that rig and the color thumb.gif (btw, how is that red lighting in person?)
never thought that the way you routed the tubing for the M5F block would look so good like that. (since i find the CPU block to M5F block direct ,no angle fitting, connection quite lazy and ugly. though it could be done well at times)

could you comment on the total length of the monsta rad in the front with the G1/4 plugs at the bottom and top? (plan to get one but it would be Very tight and might not fit)
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I just got an EX480 radiator in, and figured out it's going to fit perfectly with the dual EX420 radiators I'm running in my ST10. No pedestal needed. biggrin.gif
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Haha I'm guessing that's a good thing? That's only with a single 12" UV cathode too. I want to add another 12" but don't know where to put it. I don't it visible with the side panel on so none of the light bleeds out, so that kind of limits my options a little bit. I'll probably end up waiting for my case upgrade to add another one though.

Nah, thats perfect, just the right ambience, looks stunning, probably the best looking UV rig ive seen!
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