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post #64011 of 106452
A little high but it sounds like just a bad die IHS mount from Intel. They can get that hot pretty quick at 1.3v+
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Its the end tank,it won't be stagnated water in the slightest.

So it will be touched by the flowing water of the loop?
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So it will be touched by the flowing water of the loop?
Correct, the water will be flowing in that area just as in any other part of the loop.
post #64014 of 106452
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

Swiftech is the manufacturer. I linked to their site to point you to their product, not as a suggestion for a place where to get it. Their products are sold by all the usual computer / watercooling outlets worldwide. You should be able to find it near you anywhere you are, for example ...

http://www.aquatuning.fi/product_info.php/info/p16390_Swiftech-8-Way-PWM-Splitter.html

Perhaps there are other PWM splitters that can handle 6 fans or more besides the Swiftech, but I'm not aware of any. I've seen an Akasa one that's for 5 fans. Maybe they make one for more? I dunno. Maybe one of the modmytoys pcbs will work? You definitely want to use a splitter, like the Swiftech one, that only has the PWM signal and rpm sensing wires from the mobo, and gets the 12v and ground from your PSU, so you don't overload the CPU_FAN header.
I looked from aquatuning and somehow missed that redface.gif They dont have that splitter on stock atm so I have to think something temporary out. I asked asus about sabertooth z77 cpu fan header and hiw many amps it can hadle, they said that cpu fan header can take more beating than chassis fan header (surprice) but they said that if I push cpu fan header close to 1 amp it will eventually break which is pretty unbelievable.
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Intel i7 4790K Asus Maximus VI impact Asus GeForce GTX 780 TI ROG Matrix DirectCU II  HyperX Beast  
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Samsung 128GB 850 PRO Series SSD WD Caviar Black  Corsair H80i Seasonic X750 
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Cooler Master Elite 130 
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Samsung 256GB 850 PRO Series X2 (Raid-0) WD 2TB purple Custom water loop. Corsair AX760 
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I would like to thank everyone who helped me through my time in need. Asus is allowing me to RMA I opted for rush return to get back in the game faster.

I know this is a water cooling thread but I would like to take the opportunity to remember the beloved parts we have all lost. in the pursuit of perfection.
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Need some help guys I was running water lines and when I went to turn on for a test. Nothing. After a lot of basic trouble shooting this is what I have found.
post #64016 of 106452
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Originally Posted by iamkraine View Post

I took apart my loop to change a few things. I was able to fill it fine, but after about 30mins of leak testing the pump (mcp35x) shut off and now wont turn on. There might be an air bubble stuck somewhere within the pump but no matter how much I shake the case it still does not want to turn on. Any thoughts? Ideas?

It can be a loose wire inside the pump. I was struggling with similar issue with my brothers pump, it didnt allway turn on so i opened the pump and there was one wire loose.
I resoldered it and also the other one, because it was poorly soldered like the other one.
post #64017 of 106452
EK has released their block for the Asus 290/290x DCUII as well as a a reinforcer for Nvidia 780/ 780Ti based water blocks.

EK-FC R9 290X DCII:








Reinforcer (Fits EK-FC770 GTX, EK-FC780 GTX Ti, EK-FC Titan and EK-FC Titan SE water blocks):

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For anti warping?
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For anti warping?

question: what all has to be cooled, I saw these on amazon, also I don't have the money you guys are spending. so could I use this of is it going to kill my GPU.
http://www.amazon.com/VvW-Aluminum-Cooling-Blocks-Heatsink/dp/B00DHC2GJ6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1395074430&sr=8-1&keywords=water+cooling+blocks
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For anti warping?

Pretty much. It is advertised for a single card, they figure their terminals do a similar trick with multiple cards.
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question: what all has to be cooled, I saw these on amazon, also I don't have the money you guys are spending. so could I use this of is it going to kill my GPU.
http://www.amazon.com/VvW-Aluminum-Cooling-Blocks-Heatsink/dp/B00DHC2GJ6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1395074430&sr=8-1&keywords=water+cooling+blocks

I personally would not use that, man. Get a reliable universal waterblock from a company that has some established history and actual warranty support instead.
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