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That white tube at the bottom looks weird. Also dat red evga logo does too. But ya know. Whatevs.

I sent an email out to Coldzero to see if they can make white inserts for the logo, & not sure what i'm going to do about that one tube either. The only other visible tubing is gpu>>south bridge. I may replace both of them with the bit of norprene I have left, an 8 inch segment of extensions would look even weirder, tried it. I'm welcome to input, =)

 

My 8in segment doesn't look weird.

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My 8in segment doesn't look weird.

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The only answer: Acrylic! the LRT tubing is REALLY annoying. Even once you have bent it back into shape it still looks bent.
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What LEDs are you using btw?

 

I'd go with extensions personally, norprene at the very least though.

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What LEDs are you using btw?

I'd go with extensions personally, norprene at the very least though.

My brother grabbed me one of THESE when they were like $10 during Xmas. The window has 4 blue LEDs in it, not lit up yet, & the pump will either have 1 LED in the middle, two on each end, or all three if my sanding of the holes & diodes actually works.

The space between the bottom GPU & pass through is a perfect 130mm, I only tried it with a hodgepodge of enzo & BP, should look better w/ all BP since they have a more seamless mating.

Edit: OK Derick, i'm taking your advice. Picked up 2x 50mm, 1x 30mm, 1x 25mm, 1x 5mm, and 1x 1mm male/male extensions. Will replace gpu>south bridge w/ norprene.
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Hey so I was curious if anyone jnew whay was going on with this issue im having. I have two waterloops running in the computer in the pictures I posted and one of them is running fine, but the one with the small reservoir and the bay reservoir in the same loop is leaking at the inlet of the EK cpu block. When comp is off there is no leaks at all but when its running it drips continuously until turned back off. The loop isnt filled all the way yet amd im hesitant to fill it all the way but could this stress on the pump be the reason its leaking? Its coming out between an extender and a revolver fitting and its tightly in place too. Im confused and I dont know if I should drain it or if filling it will do the trick.

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I would verify integrity of the O-rings.
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Hey so I was curious if anyone jnew whay was going on with this issue im having. I have two waterloops running in the computer in the pictures I posted and one of them is running fine, but the one with the small reservoir and the bay reservoir in the same loop is leaking at the inlet of the EK cpu block. When comp is off there is no leaks at all but when its running it drips continuously until turned back off. The loop isnt filled all the way yet amd im hesitant to fill it all the way but could this stress on the pump be the reason its leaking? Its coming out between an extender and a revolver fitting and its tightly in place too. Im confused and I dont know if I should drain it or if filling it will do the trick. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



I had the same problem when I used an extender with one of the Primochill rigid compression fittings, the threads on the Primochill fittings is longer than most, and the threads bottom out BEFORE the o-ring is tightly pressed enough to seal the opening. If you removed the extender, or filed the threads on the Primochill fitting down 2-3mm, it will solve the leak.
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The problem with the term "reference" is that nVidia has actually had 2 reference boards for the 760, one that was based on the short 670 board, and one that was basically an identical board, but it extended out past the pcie power connectors. But they have both technically been "reference" boards as far as nVidia sees it.

Sorry but no. The ONLY reference 760s made by EVGA are the 2GB 02G-P4-2760-KR and the 4GB 04G-P4-2766-KR. They both use the same short 6" PCB as the reference GTX-670 (that's why GTX-670 waterblocks fit reference GTX-760 cards). As far as other brand cards go, every one on this list (PDF) with green beside it is also a reference 760 with the short 6" PCB.

For the record, I have three of the 4GB 04G-P4-2766-KR short PCB reference GTX-760s with GTX-670 blocks on them.


Reference GTX-760 PCB (short 6"):
Reference GTX-760

Non-reference GTX-760 PCB:
Non-reference GTX-760

All of the other GTX760s with longer PCBs are non-reference and there are differences on those longer PCBs from one model to the next by every 760 manufacturer which is why there are almost no blocks made for them. The only manufacturer to make blocks for any of the non-reference models has been Alphacool who made blocks only for 3 specific EVGA models (PDF). They appear to only fit those three non-reference 760 cards. I've seen many try, but have yet to see anyone post success at getting the Alphacool block to fit any other of the long PCB non-reference 760s from EVGA or any other card manufacturer.

Some of the longer PCBs used in the non-reference GTX-760s are pretty obviously based on the GTX-680, and from a visual check, some look identical, but the only person I've seen try one found out an EK 680 block was hitting several places that warped the PCB when the block was tightened down and it couldn't be made to work. Perhaps someone else found a way to make one fit, but you won't yet find any block manufacturer saying that any of their 680 blocks will fit any of the non-reference GTX-760s, not even just from a 'visual check'.
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