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I'd like the loop for the gfx card to go ( pump - res - rad - gfx card ) but the pump will go into the top of the tube reservoir and out the bottom. The largerbtube reservoir that is. The cpu is on its own loop.

Good job on the acrylic bending.
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It's a mayhems coolant, it won't gunks!
Gunk doesn't happen from coolant or dyes, it happens from crap leaching out of the tubing the coolant/dye is running through, all the coolant or dye does, is color the gunk, so everyone assumes it the coolant and says "it was the coolant, see that gunk is xxxx color just like the coolant, so it has to be a coolant problem"! ITS NOT.
+1
Or with people who use "food coloring" as food coloring will solidify at higher temps. (what we would consider "normal" temps for coolant here)
 
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post #62733 of 106449
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Cougars installed after tapping 560s to M4. Only one screw was a bit of a chore but needed a more robust M4 screw to finally thread in properly. Most likely my tap is at the end of its taping days. Did all of them w/ the same tap (and some WD40) which was just $4 on ebay.


I did the same on my rads...

Kind of a choir, but worth it in the long run as my filters are actually "Wedged" between my case' side panels and the rad fans... thus will have to remove and install the rads frequently. (Design flaw of the case itself)
But I purchased the entire Metric kit as we make our own reservoirs (among other things) here @ the shop.

Edited by mrinfinit3 - 3/2/14 at 1:02am
 
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When I wrote my last post it seemed more like a statement than a question but my question was will it be ok to run my loop in the order pump - reservoir - radiator - gfx card pump - reservoir...

Thats how low the tube goes in the reservoir for anyone who may need a better idea. It does a lot lower than a lot of other tube reservoirs I've noticed, so I'm hoping somebody has an answer for this question
because I am pretty sure this will be fine but ive never seen the same question asked and I wanted to make sure for security reasons. I appreciate it in advance.

Thanks for the props too yall ill be working on a vengeance c70 soon but I may put the case aside or sell it and get a 750d in the works smile.gif time will tell
post #62735 of 106449
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My water cooling loop smile.gif
I never build one before and did an extensive amount of research before I started. I also went through a lot of trail and error lol since I am new to this forum I have been a bit conservative in posting pictures ... I do need to find one thing though...

A fitting name...
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Wet K.I.S.S.

A build name suggestion. An allusion to it being watercooled + a play on your OCN username. wink.gif
post #62736 of 106449
Have a look of ny new project "Rig Unknown"

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Case: Coolermaster SE black Cosmos
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CPU: Intel i7 950 oc@3.8Ghz
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When I wrote my last post it seemed more like a statement than a question but my question was will it be ok to run my loop in the order pump - reservoir - radiator - gfx card pump - reservoir... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Thats how low the tube goes in the reservoir for anyone who may need a better idea. It does a lot lower than a lot of other tube reservoirs I've noticed, so I'm hoping somebody has an answer for this question
because I am pretty sure this will be fine but ive never seen the same question asked and I wanted to make sure for security reasons. I appreciate it in advance.

Thanks for the props too yall ill be working on a vengeance c70 soon but I may put the case aside or sell it and get a 750d in the works smile.gif time will tell


I'd suggest you use the reservoir to feed the pump by gravity. You wouldn't want to let your pump run dry at any point in time.

As long as you follow Reservoir --> Pump, then the rest doesn't really matter.

Hope that helps.
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ZOMG. It is i working. Last time I had the rig powered on was on Dec 19 IIRC. Feels good man.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Nice Coolgate! I have the 240mm and thinking about getting a matching 360mm for up top. Good rads!
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I did the same on my rads...

Kind of a choir, but worth it in the long run as my filters are actually "Wedged" between my case' side panels and the rad fans... thus will have to remove and install the rads frequently. (Design flaw of the case itself)
But I purchased the entire Metric kit as we make our own reservoirs (among other things) here @ the shop.

I also bought a cheap kit from HarborTools for ~$15. After watching some youtube vids, I just went at it w/ my drill (low speed, ~#2-4 torque setting) and it has worked perfectly. You just have to manage it extremely careful and use some sort of stopping plate. I've done a few rads already and so I just bought another M4 tap on ebay for a bit.

I've done:

EK XT240, 2x XT480s, TFC 480, UT60s 2x 560s, 420, & 2x 280s. So i have a bit of confidence in doing this again. There's still the danger of damaging it so I take my time. I took about 30 minutes per side of the 560s: drilling out the M3 holes with a 1/8" bit, cleaning the debris, taping each hole carefully making sure I have light (flashlight w/ a piece of cardboard to avoid fin damage), and most importantly setting down the drill on its side. Not too comfortable having the drill upright while not in use, getting knocked over and running into the rad redface.gif.
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Well, I'm close to being done with my HAF-X Cube build (#1) and just finished my loops so I'm hoping I can officially join the club!






    
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