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Do you run parallel on everything, the blocks I mean?

(Nice rig by the way thumb.gif )
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post #38542 of 107036
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Originally Posted by OmniScience View Post

Alright guys, here's a sneak peak at my little setup here. I apologize in advance for the horrendous cell pics, but I'll get a nice photoshoot of my carbon-fibred S-810 when its fully complete, still a lot to get to.

So here's my quad-SLI GTX 690 3930K build. I'm just waiting on a few more of my LED's to come to complete the look:)



Well built!
, how come on the last pic I see one clear tubing? or is it just me?tongue.gif
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post #38543 of 107036
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Originally Posted by OmniScience View Post

Alright guys, here's a sneak peak at my little setup here. I apologize in advance for the horrendous cell pics, but I'll get a nice photoshoot of my carbon-fibred S-810 when its fully complete, still a lot to get to.

So here's my quad-SLI GTX 690 3930K build. I'm just waiting on a few more of my LED's to come to complete the look:)

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I'm fairly certain that putting your cpu block in paralell, at the end, with your video cards like that is dropping the flow rate quite a bit and hurting your cooling performance. kuddos to you if it's actually working for ya though.
post #38544 of 107036
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Well built!
, how come on the last pic I see one clear tubing? or is it just me?tongue.gifI left

Thank you! I left a few tubes clear on purpose to see the kill coil, examine air bubbles, etc. The clear blue tubing is difficult to see flow in. When UV gets turned on, they all glow the same color. I'll eventually cut a port in the base of the bay and run two fittings into the res to eliminate that clear tube being exposed that way. I may also add a flow meter in that area.

 

The GPU plates still have to be fabricated, and a bottom PSU box. I plan on making some acryllic components and revamping the entire right side.

 

 


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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Do you run parallel on everything, the blocks I mean?

(Nice rig by the way thumb.gif )
 
 Everything is run parallel. With the CPU giving it a spin at the top. My inspiration came from this: *

 


Edited by OmniScience - 3/3/13 at 12:30am
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How are your CPU temps with everything in parallel like that?
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post #38546 of 107036
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How are your CPU temps with everything in parallel like that?

 

GPU Max: 45 degrees C.

CPU Max: (Prime 95) 55 degrees C on 2 cores, rest sit at 48 (3930K @4200 24/7) on AS-5

 

When I ran CPU on some crappy XSPC thermal compound I was maxing out at like 61 on the CPU at 100% load. I'll be reapplying something better when I have time.

 

Only a single D5. It is a bit of a compromise, but the cleanliness and aesthetics of it are worth it!

 

I'll clock the CPU up to 5.00 one of these days and see where that puts me.

 

PS: I'm using pretty crappy fans.

RX340: NZXT stock 140's pull, XSPC 1200rpm's push.
RX240: NZXT stock 140's push, Arctic Cooling F12's in pull. All running on fan controller at minimum.

 

Room temp:25C


Edited by OmniScience - 3/3/13 at 1:38am
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post #38547 of 107036
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Originally Posted by OmniScience View Post

GPU Max: 45 degrees C.
CPU Max: (Prime 95) 55 degrees C on 2 cores, rest sit at 48 (3930K @4200 24/7) on AS-5
When I ran CPU on some crappy XSPC thermal compound I was maxing out at like 61 on the CPU at 100% load. I'll be reapplying something better when I have time.
Only a single D5. It is a bit of a compromise, but the cleanliness and aesthetics of it are worth it!
I'll clock the CPU up to 5.00 one of these days and see where that puts me.

Single MCP 655 is way enough thumb.gif
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Damn Im unsure about how parallel like that affects performance but that sure is a sexy tubing run. Seems to be doing okay for you though! Nice rig.
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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?

This wouldn't help you at all. It just makes filling the loop more complicated plus it is a waste of money. In that moment you opened the valves your pump would just blow the air from the rest of your system into your rad. So just go the common way and don't be afraid of getting the air out. It really does not take that long time. You only have to move/tilt your case a little bit to help the air coming out and stop and start your pump several times. Nothing to worry about smile.gif
Also would it not look very clean with that ball valves in the middle of your loop. If you already have them use the for a drainage system thumb.gif
 
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Single MCP 655 is way enough thumb.gif
how do you personally measure whether a pump is enough for the loop?
my head spinned even faster after reading martins guide on it doh.gif

all I know is dual pump secure your components if one dead
ddc runs hot , noisy but head dump is less than d5/mcp655
and there is a diminishing return as the speed of the flow where there wont be any improvement on the temp yet the heat dump on extra pump would make it run hotter
but which will it be enough is a big question for me

enlighten me sir biggrin.gif
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