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Question for those with Acrylic tubes what is the normal timeline it takes for you to completely re do you loop?

im redoing the bending of my entire loop atm, but im taking my time with it and getting everything absolutely perfect, not a single degree off etc etc, been working on it for a week since ive been lazy lol.

could bust out a new loop in a day though if you are good at mathing.
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Question for those with Acrylic tubes what is the normal timeline it takes for you to completely re do you loop?
Well, that depends on how many devices in your loop and how intricate you need/want to make your bends themselves. I took 3-4 hours a day for about 4 days to do my STH10, but that system had 5 radiators, 3 GPU's, a motherboard block, a CPU block and 1 pump/res tube combo. So there were a LOT of tubes and bends.
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I would check Frozencpu.com, they stock a lot of replacement EK parts!!!
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Thanks found what I was looking for +rep

Glad to help.thumb.gif
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Guys, if one has a 360 mount on the top of the case, is it advisable to use a 240 instead of a 360 if the 240 rad provides slightly better runs?
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Guys, if one has a 360 mount on the top of the case, is it advisable to use a 240 instead of a 360 if the 240 rad provides slightly better runs?

Just because the case is CAPABLE of housing a 360 doesn't mean you NEED to use a 360. If the 240 will work best for your setup, and will provide enough radiator "space" for you, go for it!!
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Aquacomputer AMS rads are optimised for low speed fans, sub-800rpm. They are not restrictive at all.

I meant internally, the water flow restriction of these rads is pretty high, especially when you're comparing to a thick monsta.
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I finally got my white monsta but there is a really big crack in the corner. if it just effects the look I don't really care, but the box was beat up and it took a hard shot. I should have went with the alphacool white edition instead of the frozencpu edition but I liked it because it doesn't have the bronze logo on the side. I think the alphacool white edition would have been less handled.



You need to have that replaced !

If it doesn't leak now, it will soon.

Even pushing that corner back into place so a fan can mount in all 4 holes is going to put more stress on it.

I've had to return a broken item to FCPU only once, but they were quick to make it right.


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Well, if you're worried about the restriction you probably shouldn't go for the Aquacomputer radiators. They're the most restrictive rads out there. The build quality is sublime (so I've heard) but the design without a single soldering joint made it a bit of a challenge to still get a descent performing radiator.


Aquacomputer AMS rads are optimised for low speed fans, sub-800rpm. They are not restrictive at all.
They are very restrictive WiSK,they flow back and forth 4 times before exiting rather than the usual u flow. Martin demonstrated the pump requirements recently.
The performance loss is down to the round tubes and fin arrangement,not the lack of solder joints.

They make an excellent passive rad however.

Restriction in general is massively overhyped.
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send that monsta back and get it replaced. busted braze seams dont just happen from some accidental damage. pay for 2 day shipping and it will take you a month to get a rad. they better throw in freebies.

This.

If it was damaged in transit then the whole corner would be trashed.

RMA.
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They are very restrictive WiSK,they flow back and forth 4 times before exiting rather than the usual u flow. Martin demonstrated the pump requirements recently.

I meant air flow restriction, not water flow restriction. I understand now that Gardner was asking about the latter smile.gif
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