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I'm using the clear X-1 this time around, & I totally forgot to order drainage system parts in my last order, so another 10$ to the shipping gods. mad.gif

My cases are simply too heavy to carry to the bathroom for draining these days.
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

I'm using the clear X-1 this time around, & I totally forgot to order drainage system parts in my last order, so another 10$ to the shipping gods. mad.gif

My cases are simply too heavy to carry to the bathroom for draining these days.

That's what I love about mine. It's light enough to pick up and carry over to the sink. I just remove the drain plug at the bottom and the fill plug at the top and it all drains out in like 15 seconds, well except for the 120 rad on the back.
 
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Wouldn't it be easier to have bucket or something instead of carrying the whole case to the bathroom?
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post #63254 of 107123
I think some one asked this the other day, but I can't seem to find it...

The Aquacomputer Flow Rate Sensor MPS Flow are rated by flow.

Iv'e seen the flow charts for the MCP35x2 but wanted to get some advice as to what people think i'm really running at when pushing 2-3 MCP35x's through a massive system.. I guess it makes the most sense to get the 20-100 LPH model?
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Wouldn't it be easier to have bucket or something instead of carrying the whole case to the bathroom?

I don't have a drain port or anything, i just pull a tube off and hold a kitchen mixing bowl under it until it stops flowing, dump the bowl, and blow into the tube until all the water is out of the rads and blocks.
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I could use some input... As I am at a loss for what to do at the moment.

I would like to remove two fittings, and replace them once my next batch arrives with more 45° angles. Is there any way to pinch or plug the lines leading out of the res and the one radiator effected, so I don't have to drain the full system?

I just want to stop the one hose that is touching the side panel, from touching it.



I am also considering mounting another pump, with a 50mm res above the main res, just to add a little head pressure and take the strain off of this one. Thoughts on that as well?
Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 3/8/14 at 11:25pm
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unuqeby3.jpg Here is my set. Just finished it a few minutes ago.
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I think some one asked this the other day, but I can't seem to find it...

The Aquacomputer Flow Rate Sensor MPS Flow are rated by flow.

Iv'e seen the flow charts for the MCP35x2 but wanted to get some advice as to what people think i'm really running at when pushing 2-3 MCP35x's through a massive system.. I guess it makes the most sense to get the 20-100 LPH model?

I would think the MPS200 would be the better choice, since even at its lowest flow sensing of 40LPH, that's .66LPM, and that's way lower than even a single 35X can do. Just my 2cents.gif
post #63259 of 107123
I'm pretty sure the higher of the mps flow sensors are what you want for the one gpm range. That's the mps 400. The 200 has a top range of 53 gallons per hour which is less than 1gpm. The 400 has a much larger range. From 21 to 106 gallons per hour.

For reference 1 gpm(60gph), which I think is what most people strive for with their loops is 226 litres per hour.
Edited by SeeThruHead - 3/8/14 at 11:57pm
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Well, I guess I will officially join the club. This is my first watercooled build, hence the red/black theme tongue.gif I still have to redo my cables. The ones I have are an old Corsair set I found on clearance for 30 bucks around 2 years ago. I'm still waiting on my order from Lutro0 to come in. I plan on re-sleeving and modifying the Corsair ones to fit my case better.
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