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I wish I could just try it....though I feel like it would give me headaches/motion sickness as well.

It'd be sweet to have both a single hi-res monitor set-up and a triple monitor set-up, so I could switch it up when I felt like it.

I was skeptical at first, but it is really freakin hard to go back to single monitor gaming. Complete immersion in the game is just awesome thumb.gif

Also, when you friends and family come over and see it, their minds are completely blown...and sadly, the 3 monitors get more attention than that sick watercooling rig with acrylic tube that is running them....
post #65972 of 107365
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i will buy ek plexi nickel blocks


Alright, if you go with CSQ circles, you need this bridge:

"Triple Z77 CSQ"




If you go with their clean blocks, you need this one:

"Terminal Triple Z77"

post #65973 of 107365
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Alright, if you go with CSQ circles, you need this bridge:

"Triple Z77 CSQ"
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If you go with their clean blocks, you need this one:

"Terminal Triple Z77"
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i will use acrylic tubing `bitspower c47 without a connection bridge
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post #65974 of 107365
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i will use acrylic tubing `bitspower c47 without a connection bridge

Crystal links, those are good. Just make sure you cut them right if you're buying separate acrylic (12mm od) or get the kits available already from BP.
post #65975 of 107365
Hi all! I'm building my first custom loop, and I have a question. I just filled the loop last night, and all is well except the reservoir is churning quite a bit. The pump I'm using has pwm, which isn't hooked up at the moment. Is it churning so bad because the pump is running full tilt? Do I need to fill the rez some more? Any ideas or suggestions would be seriously appreciated.

Here's my pump: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17549/ex-pmp-214/Swiftech_MCP655-PWM-DRIVE_12v_Water_Pump_Module_-_PWM_Enabled_Single_Version.html?tl=c107s153b33

Here's a quick video of what's happening:

(The noise in the video is my fish tank, not the machine. biggrin.gif)
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video doesn't work it's "undefined" and from the sounds of it you need an anti-vortex insert. Or more water. try topping it off and seeing if that helps.
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The d5 pwm (at least the Swiftech model and I suspect all the others too since if I am not mistaken all come directly from Laing - Please Bryan correct me if I am wrong) will run at 60% if pwm cable is not connected to MB. Try top off the the reservoir. Also, since is running a 60% to fully bleed the system you will have to connect the pump to MB and then crank up the speed to 100% for a while since usually 60% is not enough to get rid of all the air in the system.

hope it helps
post #65978 of 107365
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Hi all! I'm building my first custom loop, and I have a question. I just filled the loop last night, and all is well except the reservoir is churning quite a bit. The pump I'm using has pwm, which isn't hooked up at the moment. Is it churning so bad because the pump is running full tilt? Do I need to fill the rez some more? Any ideas or suggestions would be seriously appreciated.

Here's my pump: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17549/ex-pmp-214/Swiftech_MCP655-PWM-DRIVE_12v_Water_Pump_Module_-_PWM_Enabled_Single_Version.html?tl=c107s153b33

Here's a quick video of what's happening:

(The noise in the video is my fish tank, not the machine. biggrin.gif)

this is known as vortexing. There are a few things you can do to resolve it. #1 would be to hook up the PWM functionality via the CPU_HEADER on your motherboard. You really don't need the pump running @ 100%. It should have zero impact on your temps. The second thing to do (assuming you WANT to run it @ 100%) is get an anti-vortex fitting for the reservoir, OR anti-vortex foam.
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post #65979 of 107365
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The d5 pwm (at least the Swiftech model and I suspect all the others too since if I am not mistaken all come directly from Laing - Please Bryan correct me if I am wrong) will run at 60% if pwm cable is not connected to MB. Try top off the the reservoir. Also, since is running a 60% to fully bleed the system you will have to connect the pump to MB and then crank up the speed to 100% for a while since usually 60% is not enough to get rid of all the air in the system.

hope it helps

Yes, this is correct for the MCP655 PWM pump. I couldn't watch the video either, so I don't know what sound you're hearing.
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post #65980 of 107365
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Yes, this is correct for the MCP655 PWM pump. I couldn't watch the video either, so I don't know what sound you're hearing.

Since you are around Bryan can you clarify to me if the PWM on Swiftech d5 model is default from factory (Laing) or is something Swiftech designed and implemented in the house? The reason I ask is to figure out if all d5 PWM will suffer from the same symptom when we try to control it via the Aquaero or not.
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