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Well, got myself to put my flush system together.

Finally got my lazy self to do the flush system.

I don't want to chance a crack from factory.


Now to finish building my paint booth for all the painting. This computer build turning out to be taking longer than I thought.

Building a paint booth for the spray painting.
     
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post #58342 of 106734
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I think he means the aqua tube that goes inside the reservoir to prevent splashing when people make the return line (input) on one of the top ports.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_318_657&products_id=30836

I can't find the piece by itself, it always just comes with the bitspower z-tanks.

Yep, that's what I was looking for. Didn't know the name, thank you, Bitspower aqua pipe. Found it at sidewindercomputers
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post #58343 of 106734
So in the red highlighted part you can see the water chilling there ( no pun intended ) and it's not moving (system's off )

the blue zigzag's / arrows are showing what part under the case it starts dripping out at.

The tan/yellow highlight is the area in which is slightly starts filling up at. It's not coming out of the acrylic and I can't see anything from the top fans so its something inside/around the bottom fans that's leaking outwards into the case and also down out through the screw holes yet only for the first 1-2 minutes when the pump is on and about 30 seconds or so after it's off as you can hear the airbubbles pushing back and forth.

There were no leaks on the initial flush, any suggestions on if this is something fixable or do I have a defective RAD.


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post #58344 of 106734
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Well, got myself to put my flush system together. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Finally got my lazy self to do the flush system.

I don't want to chance a crack from factory.


Now to finish building my paint booth for all the painting. This computer build turning out to be taking longer than I thought.

Building a paint booth for the spray painting.

Which filter is that?? I am going to Home Depot in a bit and may pick up a cheap pond pump and filter since I been meaning to build one of these for awhile
post #58345 of 106734
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Which filter is that?? I am going to Home Depot in a bit and may pick up a cheap pond pump and filter since I been meaning to build one of these for awhile

Coralife 05700 PureFlo 1 Micron Sediment Filter Cartridge, I bought most of the stuff from Amazon. Only the bucket and barbs for the filter housing did I get from Home Depot.
     
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post #58346 of 106734
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Coralife 05700 PureFlo 1 Micron Sediment Filter Cartridge, I bought most of the stuff from Amazon. Only the bucket and barbs for the filter housing did I get from Home Depot.

Thanks cheers.gif
post #58347 of 106734
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Will do once I get this RAD sorted. As far as the res goes it just goes in and out w/ no issue I honestly can't hear the water moving around except through the hole in my RAD.
I said they used the black one when they installed it.

Also there was small clamp marks that's all.

My acrylic run is flawless as far as leaking goes, though looks like one of my UT60's has a small hole (no idea where )that's running through the fans down a screw and out the bottom of the case.good thing I had paper towels there, just odd this didn't show up when I was flushing them in the sink a few weeks ago. It's quite alot too but stops shortly after the pump goes off, I'm going to have to remove it as it looks like its leaking from UNDER the top fans and out the side from the bottom fans then through the holes in the bottom of the case, Thank god for the spacing since there's nothing else for them to touch.

Sound like you might have punctured the rad with a screw, which should have been really hard to do, don't the Alphacool rads have a plate to stop the screws??

Edit: it could also be a loose stop plug on the underside of that rad, they so have ports down there also.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 1/11/14 at 3:09pm
post #58348 of 106734
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That worked tempted to give u + rep for life ! Ty

WOW i just went through your previous posts Luna as i wasn’t really familiar with what had happened previously but saw in post 58238 that Frozen CPU fitted the pump /res combo and when you tried to fire your system up for the first time, the pump wasn’t working and water was coming out the back of the pump housing.

No wonder the pump wasn’t working as with the way Frozen CPU had fitted the O ring the actual pump impeller would have been jammed up against the res so unable to spin at all and obviously if there was no O ring to contain the water, no wonder the thing leaked.

That is unbelievable that a watercooling store could make such a fundamental error and ship it out with the O ring put on the outer edge of the pump like an elastic band............i seriously hope you’ve let them know their mistake because it doesn’t bear thinking how many more they have shipped out like that.

Could have easily burnt the pump out or cracked the ceramic bearing by tightening the impeller down too hard.
post #58349 of 106734
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So in the red highlighted part you can see the water chilling there ( no pun intended ) and it's not moving (system's off )

the blue zigzag's / arrows are showing what part under the case it starts dripping out at.

The tan/yellow highlight is the area in which is slightly starts filling up at. It's not coming out of the acrylic and I can't see anything from the top fans so its something inside/around the bottom fans that's leaking outwards into the case and also down out through the screw holes yet only for the first 1-2 minutes when the pump is on and about 30 seconds or so after it's off as you can hear the airbubbles pushing back and forth.

There were no leaks on the initial flush, any suggestions on if this is something fixable or do I have a defective RAD.



how the hell can one person get so many problems with their loop? you sir, have the worst luck imaginable lol.
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Originally Posted by LunaP View Post

So in the red highlighted part you can see the water chilling there ( no pun intended ) and it's not moving (system's off )

the blue zigzag's / arrows are showing what part under the case it starts dripping out at.

The tan/yellow highlight is the area in which is slightly starts filling up at. It's not coming out of the acrylic and I can't see anything from the top fans so its something inside/around the bottom fans that's leaking outwards into the case and also down out through the screw holes yet only for the first 1-2 minutes when the pump is on and about 30 seconds or so after it's off as you can hear the airbubbles pushing back and forth.

There were no leaks on the initial flush, any suggestions on if this is something fixable or do I have a defective RAD.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Check all those stop fittings first to make sure they are tight. Isn't there two more under that radiator? Maybe it's one of those two.
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