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i bought that pump form ple- computer parts shop in perth Australia first one i bought leaked everywhere 2nd one had a crack in the threads so after that i just went with the 4.0 alot bigger but its a great pump dont know what was up with the 2.2 pumps
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i bought that pump form ple- computer parts shop in perth Australia first one i bought leaked everywhere 2nd one had a crack in the threads so after that i just went with the 4.0 alot bigger but its a great pump dont know what was up with the 2.2 pumps

Funny you say. I have 2 ek 2.2 pumps and both work fine and haven't failed me yet. One is over a year old now and still going strong. I got mine from gammods.
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

Check my build log:

http://www.overclock.net/t/845484/build-log-watercooled-i7-3930k-rampage-iv-extreme-gtx680-sli

I use them on my rig, just don't think I ever made pictures of the cards off the rig, just once installed. redface.gif

edit:

Actually I do have one from the phone, give me a moment

Here it is:


Nice, you have fittings connecting them smile.gif
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HK.....FTW.

I love them!


Which links do you have (or better yet, whats the spacing measurement between the ports? i still have the BP D-plugs (BP-MBWP-C38, aka 1") which worked great for my DD blocks. I could always go with the HK or AC bridge, but honestly I prefer series flow path for gpus smile.gif
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man thats a nice block!

hey guys umm i have a question its coming to the point where i have to drain my loop and i was just wondering what the best way to do it is because i only am water cooling the cpu atm and i am trying to figure out how to drain it without making a mess everywhere ?
First off, I agree with what Jeffinslaw said. You could also try taking the loop out fully intact And drain it externally into the sink or a bowl. If you have a bay res and have enough slack in the tubes, you could pull the res out far enough and drain it that way. But adding a t-block to the lowest point of the loop is definitely the easiest way of draining.
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They are 15mm D Plugs Werm.
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They are 15mm D Plugs Werm.

BP?
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Nice, you have fittings connecting them smile.gif

Yeah, by the time I ordered the Magicool 540mm rad and the GPU waterblocks I couldn't afford adding a tubing "bridge" for the GPU's, so I just went with fittings plus some tubing, and honestly, I like it. biggrin.gif



On another topic, is there any guide on the net on how to install the Laing D5 on the XSPC Dual Bay Acrylic reservoir? I have the D5 with an EK X-TOP v2 and honestly have no idea how exactly I can remove the top and how exactly to install the pump on the reservoir, the pump came as it is installed right now with the X-TOP v2 from EK, so I didn't have to do that. redface.gif
    
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The later is a revised version. Koolance is known to make updates/revisions to these complex reservoirs. Best bet is to get the newest version (later one) or contact Koolance to find the difference. Koolance's site has the later one (and slightly cheaper smile.gif) too.
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