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Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post

From what I've been told is to not use Primochill Dye bombs or intensifiers.
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Yeah, I've used their old "dye bombs" in the past. They were horrible. They broke down very quickly and stained everything. Their new concentrates though seem to be much better. I used a few drops of the Blood Red concentrate in a loop that ran for more than six months. The only thing that was stained was the tubing.

Well, they have been turning things around with the hard fittings and the Advance tube. I'm more inclined to stick w/ Mayhems for my dyes tbh.
post #65992 of 107322
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Originally Posted by Anoxy View Post


Yeah, and I know everyone says you get used to them, but I don't think I could get past the bezels. Only way I'd do surround would be 3x portrait. I wish there were some good bezelless IPS screens so I don't have to worry about doing it myself.

anyway, off-topic

 

Slightly continuing the OffTopic (sorry!), but look at the Dell U2414H. Has one of the smallest bottom bezels of any monitor out there that makes it actually usable in portrait triple surround, and it IPS.

 

KK, back on topic :D!

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not sure if i posted in this thread or not since i added a 240 to my loop. i still need to replace 2 of the sp120s on the top rad, and was contemplating swapping all the fans for noiseblockers. also need to get custom cables. anyone here have the corsair cable kit for the ax860? they look like they are good quality, but id like a user opinion if possible.

sorry for the crappy pic. im no photographer...


temps are great, my overclocked 780 barely reaches 40C while in BF4.
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Originally Posted by Kinaesthetic View Post

Slightly continuing the OffTopic (sorry!), but look at the Dell U2414H. Has one of the smallest bottom bezels of any monitor out there that makes it actually usable in portrait triple surround, and it IPS.

KK, back on topic biggrin.gif!
I just wish it was 1920x1200 at 24"
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Originally Posted by jimlaheysadrunk View Post

not sure if i posted in this thread or not since i added a 240 to my loop. i still need to replace 2 of the sp120s on the top rad, and was contemplating swapping all the fans for noiseblockers. also need to get custom cables. anyone here have the corsair cable kit for the ax860? they look like they are good quality, but id like a user opinion if possible.

sorry for the crappy pic. im no photographer...


temps are great, my overclocked 780 barely reaches 40C while in BF4.

Those are some very nice bends there. Great job thumb.gif
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i like high res then the 1080 120hz or 144hz monitors cuz i play RPG mmo games. not much shooting games or sport games.
post #65997 of 107322
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Those are some very nice bends there. Great job thumb.gif

thanks dude! i really appreciate that, some of your crazy builds are what got me going on this watercooling adventure thats been crushing my bank account the last couple years lol.
post #65998 of 107322
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

This is done for us by Laing and therefore their implementation of it will be the same on all PWM D5 pumps. Sorry about that.

Thks for clarifying. Can you bring this to Gabe´s attention? Would you guys consider helping us out (d5 pwm owners + aquaero) and embrace the pcb adapter ITDiva developed to correct the pwm signal to conform to intel specs? If Swiftech would embrace that and offer as a accessory to the d5 pwm I think many many folks would be happy.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1423333/aquacomputer-aquaero-6/1930#post_21953230

Cheers

PS- Sorry B-neg to be a little off topic here but I think the subject is important to many folks around here.



Don't forget that you can make the PWM D5 work acceptably well with the Aquaero with a very very simple pullup circuit that can be built right into a short extension.

That would be cheap enough to produce to be profitable.








The posts describing it and some discussion starts here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1474470/ocn-aquaero-owners-club/50#post_21956203


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The new Primochill dyes are pretty good. I'd still recommend Mayhems though!
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

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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Originally Posted by 15goudreau View Post

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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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

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.
I'm not sure what's up with my youtube vid. I managed to get the rez a little fuller, and it calmed down a little, but it's still churning around more than I'd like it to. I reeeeally don't want to drain the loop to put any kind of insert in, so would it hurt anything if I just let it be? I don't have the pwm cable hooked up yet, so when I do I could turn the pump down a little to calm it down even more. At least that's how it plays out in my head. smile.gif
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