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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

I know it may seem like a repost, but I changed the sleeving somewhat, and tried to take better pics. redface.gif
Same as before, plugs are just there for show purposes. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
EK D5 - 5
EK D5 - 8
EK D5 - 2
EK D5 - 1
Just adding to the gallery. thumb.gif
Looking good Mike!

Thanks! cheers.gif
post #63572 of 106749
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You want pictures? I've got pictures. mad.gif

Uff, that sucks frown.gif can it be saved? a needle and a magnifying glass can often save out of place pins.
Always hard to see how bad they are on pics.. hope you get it sorted! not the cheapest mobo to replace.
 
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post #63573 of 106749
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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

I know it may seem like a repost, but I changed the sleeving somewhat, and tried to take better pics. redface.gif
Same as before, plugs are just there for show purposes.
EK D5 - 5 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
EK D5 - 8
EK D5 - 2
EK D5 - 1
Just adding to the gallery. thumb.gif

Nice work Mike so clean!
post #63574 of 106749
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I've checkee the manual and it seems it's mounted correctly. The pump is looking up and the top port of the pumptop is hooked to the res while the side outlet to the bottom rad.

I have that top and you have it hooked up correctly.

I have no idea if this is possible but maybe someone who knows more than me can answer definitively. If the polarity of the power to the pump is reversed does the motor run in reverse?

If this is possible it's the only explanation I can think of other than just saying you have a bad pump. If true, it means something is up with the wiring to your pump... either from your power source or the wiring of the pump itself.

How are you powering the pump to fill your loop? Was your pump wiring custom sleeved either by you or the shop you purchased it from?
Edited by Aemonn - 3/12/14 at 6:52am
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post #63575 of 106749
Nevermind. Someone already pointed it out. This thread moves too fast.
Edited by Aemonn - 3/12/14 at 6:45am
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post #63576 of 106749
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You want pictures? I've got pictures. mad.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Got a new 4960x CPU.
Undo the screws off the Raystorm block.

Move the Raystorm to one side and clean the thermal paste off the 3930k being careful to keep the heavy block away from the CPU.

Drop the CPU and it's corner catches the pins with the result arrowed in red.

Iv'e used mechanical pencils to fix bent pins in the past. You use the hollow point to bend them back, they don't need to be perfect, just enough to get them back into contact.
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post #63577 of 106749
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Uff, that sucks frown.gif can it be saved? a needle and a magnifying glass can often save out of place pins.
Always hard to see how bad they are on pics.. hope you get it sorted! not the cheapest mobo to replace.

I often just use a magnifying glass and toothpicks to save mobos with bent pins, and i'm yet to be disappointed. You need very steady hands, precision, and patience.

Good luck PinzaC55
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My hopefully final new Case Labs SM8 build plan, totally redesigned for the best airflow.


Edited by Neo Zuko - 3/16/14 at 2:19am
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post #63579 of 106749
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Filled the loop on my server. Unfortunately I remembered that there was no thermal paste on the CPU a few minutes after finished bleeding. mad.gif


That sucks. If were nylon, you could probably pull it off and tim it up but acrylic, gonna have to drain the loop. Very nice color on the liquid there you've achieved thumb.gif .Really blends in the mb quite nicely.
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Awesome build!thumb.gif
How many meters of felxible tubing did U use in your build?
I see one non green fan in the upper left section or at least without light.

Probably used ~4-5m of Primochill Advance.
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[/SPOILER]I see one non green fan in the upper left section or at least without light.
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That's one of the power supplies.

This. Rather then waiting on Lepa to rma my 1600w psu (its been over a month rolleyes.gif), I've decided to get two psu's. Also prepares me for Hawaii down the road.

post #63580 of 106749
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Originally Posted by Dzuks View Post

I often just use a magnifying glass and toothpicks to save mobos with bent pins, and i'm yet to be disappointed. You need very steady hands, precision, and patience.

Good luck PinzaC55

Many thanks! I am either going to get a working PC or a new motherboard so it's not a disaster on a cosmic scale. Either way I have learned a lesson. buttkick.gif
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