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post #38511 of 106105
Can I join?

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XSPC X20 750 v4 Res/Pump


Its not as huge as some, but all I wanted was to do the CPU loop.
1/2hr into prime95 and shes still in the mid 30's. On air she was typically mid40's at idle and mid50's running Prime.
The PC is in the basement so she has constant cold air supply.
Ran Prime all night on the high-heat test. Only got up to a sweltering 31*c/87*f (relocked the core to compare socket to core temps)
I could probably go lower if I added a second fan to the back to help draw air through.

Edited by darkapollo - 3/3/13 at 9:20am
post #38512 of 106105
Its been a while since I have updated in here.

Before adding Titan


Titan Added waiting on Block for Monday


Looking to switch out the Res and Pump to a bitpower 250mm res with dress up kit and attached top.

Let me know what you think.

FYI on the bottom 240 UT60 that is a drainage BP fitting highly recommended helped a ton when draining the loop.
post #38513 of 106105
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Originally Posted by freitz View Post

Its been a while since I have updated in here.

Before adding Titan


Titan Added waiting on Block for Monday


Looking to switch out the Res and Pump to a bitpower 250mm res with dress up kit and attached top.

Let me know what you think.

FYI on the bottom 240 UT60 that is a drainage BP fitting highly recommended helped a ton when draining the loop.

Nice loop man!

Id skip on the plain jane bits power res and get a 250MM frozen q Helix he makes them in Red UV red and blood red...


The mid point of the case where the UT 60 would look ubber sexy with one there. thumb.gif
Edited by Hokies83 - 3/2/13 at 2:37pm
    
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post #38514 of 106105
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Its been a while since I have updated in here.

Before adding Titan


Titan Added waiting on Block for Monday

.

Poor Titan, must be annoying to be ignored by all those radiators surrounding it.

Great loop bud, waiting for your block! thumb.gif
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post #38515 of 106105
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Poor Titan, must be annoying to be ignored by all those radiators surrounding it.

Great loop bud, waiting for your block! thumb.gif

Thanks,

Yeah also waiting on the block it shipped yesterday I pre-ordered from Frozen CPU. the EK Copper/plexi. Although I really like the look of the new aquacomputer one but then I would have to switch ou the cpu block to match.
post #38516 of 106105
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Originally Posted by freitz View Post

Its been a while since I have updated in here.

Before adding Titan


Titan Added waiting on Block for Monday


Looking to switch out the Res and Pump to a bitpower 250mm res with dress up kit and attached top.

Let me know what you think.

FYI on the bottom 240 UT60 that is a drainage BP fitting highly recommended helped a ton when draining the loop.

Bitspower res are FTW,I use them on all my builds,you cant beat the quality

Great score on the titan too!
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post #38517 of 106105
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Are those brass or is it just a lighting effect?

Just the lighting(mood lighting)

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Actually, I used the better performing copper finned versions, rather than the "el-cheapo" aluminum finned ones . . . biggrin.gif





Darlene

I know it the cheapo one but it dont come in brass for the 840mm

Love the build!
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post #38518 of 106105
This may be a stupid question because I notice that no one seems to use them, but I thought to put these ball valves on my 45mm read.
I need to break down the loop so I can add a north bridge block. It's just such a pain in the ass to prime the loop that I figured if I could hang the rad already full of coolant that it would prime by itself in a few minutes. I mean the look like full port valves, as I see no restriction. A rookie mistake or what?

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post #38519 of 106105
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Originally Posted by Mandrake7062 View Post

This may be a stupid question because I notice that no one seems to use them, but I thought to put these ball valves on my 45mm read.
I need to break down the loop so I can add a north bridge block. It's just such a pain in the ass to prime the loop that I figured if I could hang the rad already full of coolant that it would prime by itself in a few minutes. I mean the look like full port valves, as I see no restriction. A rookie mistake or what?

I'm not sure what you mean but I think if you put a Radiator full of water when the rest of the loop is empty...full of air?
I think it may cause some air locks. Especially if your pump is far from the rad.
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post #38520 of 106105
I don't know, that's why I asked but I wouldn't start the pump dry, I would fill my bay res first. I just wondered if it would get the loop primed faster.
Maybe I'm not getting this across right. I thought to put them on the rad, fill the rad, close the valves, hang the rad, fill the res, open the valves, and turn it on.
I wondered if this might get the system primed much easier?
Edited by Mandrake7062 - 3/2/13 at 6:03pm
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