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makin you work.
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post #4082 of 105817
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Hey you guys ever though of putting a Cylindrical Res right here?


Im trying to achive this in my 932 and its not looking to impossible with my 250mL Res

What do you guys think?
I drilled some holes in my lian li and removed the pci quick release and put my micro res there... My pics are in my sig. I'll probably get a bigger cylinder res when I add my gpu to the loop. I'm a little concerned about the res eventually leaking and dripping water onto my psu and frying it. Or starting a fire, after all the plastic res's are usually the first to leak or so I've heard.
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I drilled some holes in my lian li and removed the pci quick release and put my micro res there... My pics are in my sig. I'll probably get a bigger cylinder res when I add my gpu to the loop. I'm a little concerned about the res eventually leaking and dripping water onto my psu and frying it. Or starting a fire, after all the plastic res's are usually the first to leak or so I've heard.
That's alright the Lancool has that specially designed vent to prevent PSU fires from escaping the case lol
At least that was how my aluminum copy was advertised as.

Water would have to leak out the sides or flood the entire case since the PSU is raised above the bottom by like 1/2". But I don't think you have to worry about it too much.

I myself thought about sticking a mini FrozenQ res there. Then I thought about the practicality of it since it would be the lowest spot in my loop. Maybe I can flip it and use it as a really fancy drain port
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post #4084 of 105817

So, I've finally gone and got blacklights and UV tubing. The window isn't even facing me at my desk, though, but the calendar on my wall lights up pretty good.

Anyway...

Corsair D4 pump
Bitspower Black Freezer 5870 full-cover GPU block
Enzotech Sapphire SCW-Rev.A CPU block
Swiftech Micro Reservoir V1
XSPC RX240 radiator
with 4x Yate Loon fans in push/pull on rad and 3 more in case

I haven't gotten around to overclocking yet, but hopefully I can do so within a couple of days.
post #4085 of 105817
^^Now that's some UV goodness^^. Have any pics of the entire build? Looks like you have your rad mounted externally?
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post #4086 of 105817

That's the most I have right now. The tubing from the CPU block goes to the reservoir, which is directly mounted to the radiator via one of these (it came with my GPU block). Then I've got a mile of tubing coming back down to the pump.

The radiator is mounted by some 6-32 screws that run through a shroud and one fan.
post #4087 of 105817
updated.

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that is the last of everything i need to finish classy finally.
post #4088 of 105817
@trampton - Overall looks pretty good Could stand to have them cables cleaned up a bit, but I'm sure you'll work that out over time .

@kevingreenbmx - Nice upgrades man
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post #4089 of 105817
Maybe. It's a mess behind the motherboard tray. For now I'm not too concerned.

Looks nice, Kevin. I'll make sure to check up on your log to see the finished product.
post #4090 of 105817
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So, I've finally gone and got blacklights and UV tubing. The window isn't even facing me at my desk, though, but the calendar on my wall lights up pretty good.

Anyway...

Corsair D4 pump
Bitspower Black Freezer 5870 full-cover GPU block
Enzotech Sapphire SCW-Rev.A CPU block
Swiftech Micro Reservoir V1
XSPC RX240 radiator
with 4x Yate Loon fans in push/pull on rad and 3 more in case

I haven't gotten around to overclocking yet, but hopefully I can do so within a couple of days.
Wow that definitely makes me want to ditch my purple cathodes and go UV. Good luck with the OC.
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