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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post
 
Get the ok from Bryan to open it up, else just run each individually with a res-pump only loop. You will hear any damage done lol

 

It's 3 35x's with the XSPC 35x3 top and EK DDC Heatsinks. I think warranty is out of the question LOLLL

They've already been opened up from both ends :p

 

 

 

 

I have all three pumps up and running again after switching around my loop a little. I switched my BP Q-Fitting with the D-Plug & T-Fitting coming out of my 35x3. 

 

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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post
 
Send me a PM and I'll see what I can do to help you out.

 

Will do, thanx.

So far i can't hear anything. I started them one at a time, and have all 3 running right now.

 

Edit: 2nd D-Plug just cracked open.

 

That red one on my Mosfet => CPU run. Only 2 pumps plugged in this time. Definitely draining this temporary setup, ordering the fittings i need this weekend, and rebuilding next week. This one didn't just pop off like the first one, still cracked open and was like a little sprinkler on my mobo though.

 

I'm a little worried that i'm planning to use all C47's and F/F BP Angled Fittings on my mobo area, since C47's have the same double o-ring design as the D-Plugs. I think i'm gonna have to get a cpl Aquacomputer Pressure Equalization Membranes. I already have a BP Exhaust for my res, since it's horizontal i can't use a Pressure Membrane there. 

 

I wonder if i can use them on the top of a cpl Q-Fittings to keep my loop safe.


Edited by kpoeticg - 3/13/14 at 5:53pm
    
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post #63702 of 106449
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post


Get the ok from Bryan to open it up, else just run each individually with a res-pump only loop. You will hear any damage done lol

It's 3 35x's with the XSPC 35x3 top and EK DDC Heatsinks. I think warranty is out of the question LOLLL
They've already been opened up from both ends tongue.gif
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I have all three pumps up and running again after switching around my loop a little. I switched my BP Q-Fitting with the D-Plug & T-Fitting coming out of my 35x3. 
Quote:
Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post


Send me a PM and I'll see what I can do to help you out.

Will do, thanx.
So far i can't hear anything. I started them one at a time, and have all 3 running right now.

Edit: 2nd D-Plug just cracked open.



That red one on my Mosfet => CPU run. Only 2 pumps plugged in this time. Definitely draining this temporary setup, ordering the fittings i need this weekend, and rebuilding next week. This one didn't just pop off like the first one, still cracked open and was like a little sprinkler on my mobo though.

I'm a little worried that i'm planning to use all C47's and F/F BP Angled Fittings on my mobo area, since C47's have the same double o-ring design as the D-Plugs. I think i'm gonna have to get a cpl Aquacomputer Pressure Equalization Membranes. I already have a BP Exhaust for my res, since it's horizontal i can't use a Pressure Membrane there. 

I wonder if i can use them on the top of a cpl Q-Fittings to keep my loop safe.

Go back and look at the neatly plumbed builds with the C47's, and one thing you'll notice is that they all configure the fittings to face in directions that don't offer much room for linear separation without increasing effort.

Make the complexity of the layout work for you to make it hard for the fittings to push apart.

Use a flow meter so you don't end up running the pumps harder than the system needs for ~1.25 GPM or so.

At the relatively low pressures sufficient for that flow rate, you'll be hard pressed to blow out, even a fairly poorly planned fitting layout.


Darlene


Told ya that triple was a beastly bugger . . . . . teaching.gif
post #63703 of 106449
Anyone using the Aquacomputer Flow Sensor 'High Flow' G1/4?

I'm thinking about getting one to hook up to my Poweradjust2 and eventually the Aquero (still on the fence on which model to get).
post #63704 of 106449
Ya I got it. It is a physical flow meter so be sure to decouple it from the pump and be aware of a rattling noise (not really an issue personally but ymmv).
post #63705 of 106449
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

Ya I got it. It is a physical flow meter so be sure to decouple it from the pump and be aware of a rattling noise (not really an issue personally but ymmv).

Rattling? That doesn't sound good. I'm not sure what you mean by decoupling from the pump? I would just have it some where thats slightly hidden in the loop, although that would be the first stop from the pump output. So would that make it no bueno? I guess I could spend more fore the MPS models, but which one do I get? 100, 200, 400?
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post


Get the ok from Bryan to open it up, else just run each individually with a res-pump only loop. You will hear any damage done lol

It's 3 35x's with the XSPC 35x3 top and EK DDC Heatsinks. I think warranty is out of the question LOLLL
They've already been opened up from both ends tongue.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






I have all three pumps up and running again after switching around my loop a little. I switched my BP Q-Fitting with the D-Plug & T-Fitting coming out of my 35x3. 
Quote:
Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post


Send me a PM and I'll see what I can do to help you out.

Will do, thanx.
So far i can't hear anything. I started them one at a time, and have all 3 running right now.

Edit: 2nd D-Plug just cracked open.



That red one on my Mosfet => CPU run. Only 2 pumps plugged in this time. Definitely draining this temporary setup, ordering the fittings i need this weekend, and rebuilding next week. This one didn't just pop off like the first one, still cracked open and was like a little sprinkler on my mobo though.

I'm a little worried that i'm planning to use all C47's and F/F BP Angled Fittings on my mobo area, since C47's have the same double o-ring design as the D-Plugs. I think i'm gonna have to get a cpl Aquacomputer Pressure Equalization Membranes. I already have a BP Exhaust for my res, since it's horizontal i can't use a Pressure Membrane there. 

I wonder if i can use them on the top of a cpl Q-Fittings to keep my loop safe.
Go back and look at the neatly plumbed builds with the C47's, and one thing you'll notice is that they all configure the fittings to face in directions that don't offer much room for linear separation without increasing effort.

Make the complexity of the layout work for you to make it hard for the fittings to push apart.

Use a flow meter so you don't end up running the pumps harder than the system needs for ~1.25 GPM or so.

At the relatively low pressures sufficient for that flow rate, you'll be hard pressed to blow out, even a fairly poorly planned fitting layout.


Darlene


Told ya that triple was a beastly bugger . . . . . teaching.gif

 

Lol, yes you certainly did. I tested it like you recommended, turning on one pump at a time. Had no problems last night running at high speeds. Then let it leak test all night while i slept at like 50% duty cycle. Then today just nothing but problems

 

I have the AC High Flow (No-USB). Just when i leaktest, i do it off an external power brick. I didn't bother turning on my Aquaero yet. I'll definitely be setting my flow meter when i get that far. Just rather lean on the safe side when i'm dealing with thousands in hardware

 

I know that i'll probly never have a need to run at the flow/pressure that was causing the leaks. Still i'll feel better knowing that my loop can handle whatever i throw at it.

 

I planned on routing my loop with C47's and the Female/Female newish BP 90* Angles. Now i'm feeling like that might be a bad idea....

 

Like CPU up to F/F 90 right to F/F 90 down to Mosfets etc...

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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Anyone using the Aquacomputer Flow Sensor 'High Flow' G1/4?

I'm thinking about getting one to hook up to my Poweradjust2 and eventually the Aquero (still on the fence on which model to get).

 

I have the High Flow G1/4. It seems to work great. I'd definitely go with either High Flow or High Flow USB. The main difference is the USB can hook up to Aquabus/USB. The Non-USB version hooks up to the "Flow" port on the Aquaero. I have Non-USB

    
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post #63707 of 106449
Can you guys help me with something? I have been having some weird MCP35X pump problems. Not always, but occasionally during a cold boot, my pump has a delay before it starts. Because of this delay I would sometimes get the CPU_fan detection error. I have recently changed the bios setting to ignore CPU fan. About an hour ago when I turned on my computer for the first time today the pump did not start until I saw my desktop. I am starting to get worried that with such a delay I can damage something.

P.S I currently have the molex connected to the PSU and the 4Pin PWM cable to the motherboard's CPU-Fan header.
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post #63708 of 106449
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Rattling? That doesn't sound good. I'm not sure what you mean by decoupling from the pump? I would just have it some where thats slightly hidden in the loop, although that would be the first stop from the pump output. So would that make it no bueno? I guess I could spend more fore the MPS models, but which one do I get? 100, 200, 400?

It's not as bad as you are likely thinking. Quieter than your pump for sure. I meant have to somewhere else but if that's next up from the pump, use soft tubing to connect it to the pump.
post #63709 of 106449

Hrmmmm. That would worry me too.

 

Maybe get an Aquero 5 LT to control it? Sounds like it's either your mobo's fan control, or maybe some sort of PSU issue. Can't see how it could be a pump issue...

 

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Rattling? That doesn't sound good. I'm not sure what you mean by decoupling from the pump? I would just have it some where thats slightly hidden in the loop, although that would be the first stop from the pump output. So would that make it no bueno? I guess I could spend more fore the MPS models, but which one do I get? 100, 200, 400?

 
It's not as bad as you are likely thinking. Quieter than your pump for sure. I meant have to somewhere else but if that's next up from the pump, use soft tubing to connect it to the pump.
 
I think that the way you mount it has alot to do with people that have noise issue's with the High Flow series.
 
I have mine mounted on the way back to the pump, so i can see the flowrate after it's been through my loop. I'm thinking of getting a second one though with Aquabus hookup to put after pump outlet

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Gotcha, I do want the flow meter no matter what. My pump is nice and quiet now at ~9v, temps seem the same, I would like to know the flow plus it's one more thing I can meticulously monitor from my captain's chair!
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