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Im just posting this to annoy people, just ordered 5 more AP-15s seeing PC Case Gear here in Aus have them in stock biggrin.gif have to wait till Monday to see if they actually send me all 5 or not blinksmiley.gif

Planning on doing push/pull 5v with them once I redo my loop and maybe add a GTX 780/780 Ti thumb.gif

Sorry had to brag redface.gif

They weren't discontinued, that was a bad rumor, if that is why you were bragging.

Not strictly true,Scythe are not selling the GT fans anymore but Nidec,the OEM,is continuing the production under its own branding.
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They weren't discontinued, that was a bad rumor, if that is why you were bragging.
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Not strictly true,Scythe are not selling the GT fans anymore but Nidec,the OEM,is continuing the production under its own branding.

Thats what I ment, Scythe are taking there name off it, therefore technically Scythe are discontinuing them even if the OEM is going to keep up production

I know in Aus once all the Scythe ones are gone, knowing our craptastic market, we probably wont be able to get the Nidec ones without paying over the top import prices

And plus every one knows them as Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15, hence why I was bragging I was able to get 5 more Scythe ones seeing there getting harder and hard to get thumb.gif
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Looks good LunaP...thumb.gif

I wanted to use revolvers for my SLI connect, but I knew right off it wouldn't work with tri-SLI. I didn't want to use an EK bridge because I didn't want to cover the beauty of the RIV BE mobo... and the nice shiny black EK back plates... with a big EK block. I used 4 Bitspower Adjustable Aqua Link Pipe in parallel, and I think it looks great. Down side, it costs more than an EK SLI bridge.

Anyhow... mine has been been done since new years day... and I love it. I hated waiting so long for the RIV BE... but I think it was worth the wait. Can't wait to see your build up and running LunaP.smile.gif



awesome work. Love to see high end builds in modded 800D's



Got my 780Ti block installed last night. Loving it so far, really pleased with the temps and overall quality of it.

Sorry for all the dust in my rig, couldnt be bothered to clean it.




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Anyone ever got a block like this?








If you look at where the inner screws of the FC Terminal are connected, each of them has a crack... The block leaks badly from there. frown.gif

I just sent an RMA form to EKWB, hoping it's dealt with fast... Got them yesterday and they were sealed so not sure how it passed their quality control. frown.gif
    
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Anyone ever got a block like this?
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If you look at where the inner screws of the FC Terminal are connected, each of them has a crack... The block leaks badly from there. frown.gif

I just sent an RMA form to EKWB, hoping it's dealt with fast... Got them yesterday and they were sealed so not sure how it passed their quality control. frown.gif
Are you sure the cracks were present when you first opened the package? I've seen this posted multiple times before, however, each of those times was because the screws were tightened too much which caused the acrylic to crack under the pressure.
    
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Are you sure the cracks were present when you first opened the package? I've seen this posted multiple times before, however, each of those times was because the screws were tightened too much which caused the acrylic to crack under the pressure.

I am sure, if you check the pictures that's with the stock fc terminal attached, with comes installed from factory. frown.gif
    
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From who else in the States can I buy AC rads besides PPCs and FCPU? Need another single 120 ST30 as I found it will fit.

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I suggest not doing that ..... this is a much safer / easier solution that I picked up from the Singularity Computer guys over on youtube

AC to DC Adapter - 110V AC to 12V DC Converter w/ Standard 4 Pin (5000mA Max)
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/9106/bus-192/AC_to_DC_Adapter_-_110V_AC_to_12V_DC_Converter_w_Standard_4_Pin_5000mA_Max.html

used it w/ my 35x2 .... no yanking cables no worry or water droplets falling on live PSU.... best $20 I ever spent on puter doodads that don't wind up as part of the build.

Oh my SATA to USB adapter deal has a four pin. Maybe that would work for this too?
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From who else in the States can I buy AC rads besides PPCs and FCPU? Need another single 120 ST30 as I found it will fit.
Oh my SATA to USB adapter deal has a four pin. Maybe that would work for this too?

Doubtful....check the wattage to be sure. The one he posted is 12V 5A, so 60W. You will want at least that...

Honestly, I do not see why not to use a PSU though. Those AC/DC adapters do not have any kind of circuit protection (shorts, over current, over volt, etc) like PSUs do. If you short a PSU out, it will just trip and you do not damage your pump or anything else you power, plus the PSU can usually recover from most of those situations. The AC/DC adapters would likely blow forcing you to get a new one and there is a strong possibility whatever you are powering would burn out too.

Unless you have a bench power supply, using your PSU is your best bet. Want something not in your case? Then get a little PSU to use for testing pumps, fans, etc for < $15 next time you put in a newegg order (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817170014)
Edited by cyphon - 1/10/14 at 7:55am
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Yes considered voltage; why I was asking. All good points, thanks.
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Doubtful....check the wattage to be sure. The one he posted is 12V 5A, so 60W. You will want at least that wattage...

Honestly, I do not see why not to use a PSU though. Those AC/DC adapters do not have any kind of circuit protection (shorts, over current, over volt, etc) like PSUs do. If you short a PSU out, it will just trip and you do not damage your pump or anything else you power, plus the PSU can usually recover from most of those situations. The AC/DC adapters would likely blow forcing you to get a new one and there is a strong possibility whatever you are powering would burn out too.

Unless you have a bench power supply, using your PSU is your best bet. Want something not in your case? Then get a little PSU to use for testing pumps, fans, etc for < $15 next time you put in a newegg order (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817170014)
Yup, I have an old PSU I pulled from an old Dell Server at work that I use for running just the pump when filling and bleeding, testing fans,etc. Works perfect for me.
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