Originally Posted by mav2000
Heres mine all done
Log is in my sig
Looks damn nice...
Thanks to all the w/c fittings manufactures for compression fittings. Barbs, with or without clamps, looks cheesy. Not only do they look great, but are easier to install... SALTY, but sweet.
EDIT: I filled my latest loop while the system ran. Simple res/pump combo to rad, to cpu, to res. Pretty efficient way to do it. I take that back, I think I disconnected the CPU power cable so the system wouldn't actually boot. So Im a li3r...
Originally Posted by kevingreenbmx
I run a longer leak test, but that is because my first loop ever I had no apparent leaks until 33 hours of leak testing and then the res decided to start watering my DVD drive...
and this last loop that I just got together I found 4 different things that where leaking, all at separate times. (2 of them only after letting the loop run for about an hour)
I have a FrozenQ res on my main that, if you sealed the loop by tightening fillport, the bottom would SLOWLY leak after a couple hours of off-time through a super tiny crack somewhere. If I leave the fillport cracked, it doesn't leak, so... fillport is LIGHTLY cracked open at all times, lol.
How did so many things leak? Besides a couple small res related leaks in my past, nothing has ever had a problem, and Ive used both barbs and comp. fittings, specific cpu blocks and universal ones, etc...Edited by SwishaMane - 11/17/10 at 8:17am