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Man, loop planning with reverse ATX is proving to be much more of a pain in the arse than expected.
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How come?
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Ended up not liking the plastic mesh on the back of the Monsoon DDC bay reservoir. So I pulled it out. Think it looks better naked anyways.





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Originally Posted by Anoxy View Post

Man, loop planning with reverse ATX is proving to be much more of a pain in the arse than expected.

It worked out perfectly for me. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by acanom View Post

Finished my first loop today, I´m quite pleased so far, but I´m a bit suprised how loud the pump is. I bled all the bubbles already. I´ll try tuning it down to 3, it´s on 4 right now.





And still some work to do with the lighting

Where is your pump located? I see you have two reservoirs, but I don't see where the pump is, so it's hard to know what might be causing your issue. Also, I'm guessing you have a D5 with speed control.
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My hopefully final new Case Labs SM8 build plan, totally redesigned for the best airflow. Not a single rad flows into another, all rads get fresh air, 12x120 total rad real estate:


Overkill much? Are you planning to hook your home HVAC into that?!? biggrin.gif
Edited by Doc3379 - 3/12/14 at 10:28am
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Where is your pump located? I see you have two reservoirs, but I don't see where the pump is, so it's hard to know what might be causing your issue. Also, I'm guessing you have a D5 with speed control.

Yes it´s a D5, with the screw to change between 5 speedsettings

The pump is located in the back on the mounting bracket, that comes with the Enthoo Prime, you can see where the white tubing goes to the back

More or less exactly like this, I even got the same outlet



I get the feeling that the outlet might be the reason....
Edited by acanom - 3/12/14 at 10:46am
post #63597 of 106459
Try stuffing some rubber between the pump and the chassis. It might make it quieter.
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Originally Posted by acanom View Post

Yes it´s a D5, with the screw to change between 5 speedsettings

The pump is located in the back on the mounting bracket, that comes with the Enthoo Prime, you can see where the white tubing goes to the back

More or less exactly like this, I even got the same outlet



I get the feeling that the outlet might be the reason....

With it setup like that it wouldn't be difficult for you to have an air trap that's causing your pump to be noisy. If you can, try shaking it a bit to see if the noise subsides or changes. This will usually indicate that you still have some air trapped in it.
post #63599 of 106459
I was tilting the case backwards,forward,sideways and shook it while bleeding, during the process there was often a gurgling sound, but now it´s gone completly and shaking the case doesn´t do anything.

But if I move the drain a bit I can here a little wooshing noise, as if the pump pulls in air.

But there aren´t any airbubble visible anymore, also not when I change the pumpspeed or switch it on and off

Maybe I´m just oversensitive.

It´s a constant noise, most likely from the motor of the pump. Like a fan on high RPM.

I have nothing to compare it to
Edited by acanom - 3/12/14 at 10:59am
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How come?

I mean, it's fairly smooth around the motherboard, but that line from my top 480 rad, all the way to the bottom port on my front 360 rad (green) sucks. It will be hidden out of sight in the back behind the radiators, but it's still annoying that I have to make that run.

Then my only option for a functional drain port is the bottom of the front 360 (purple).

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