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post #6731 of 106102
Just completed my first W/C project. May I enter the club pls.

Swiftech Apogee XT CPU block
Koolance GTX 480 blocks x 2
Koolance 3-4 slot SLI adapters
Koolance external rad mount
Swiftech 320 drive rad (external)
3 x fesser + 3 x Noiseblocker mulitframe fans
Swiftech 220 drive rad (internal)
Noiseblocker silent fans
Swiftech micro res2 x2
Bitspower 2 x powerboards
Primoflex 1/2id tubing (green)
Bitspower CC5 compression fittings
Bitspower 45/90/multi rotary adapters x heaps + extension tubes
Koolance VLN4 "no spill" x2 for drain point
Molex extension cables
De-everything'd water + anti fungal solution
Various party lights











Q- Would the red path be better than the yellow in this pic ? It would remove the res, but get rid of the silver (chimmney) tubing, which I think looks ugly.


Thanks
Mike
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WoW. Nice looking build
    
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Q- Would the red path be better than the yellow in this pic ? It would remove the res, but get rid of the silver (chimmney) tubing, which I think looks ugly.

Thanks
Mike
Hey Mike,

Get rid of that reservoir. Your radiator serves as a reservoir in your case since it is coupled with the pump. Not to mention the direction going into that reservoir is incorrect.

In fact, you need to get rid of both reservoirs. They are going to kill your flowrate.
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Much cleaner. I liked to use acoustic foam to hide cables when I had a case with a black interior. Multi purpose
Yea and way i wire tied stuff its came in handy when i take the back door off the stuff stays in place making it easyer to put back on. I might get some foam later down the road when i get my 2nd rad and another gpu.
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Hey Mike,

Get rid of that reservoir. Your radiator serves as a reservoir in your case since it is coupled with the pump. Not to mention the direction going into that reservoir is incorrect.

In fact, you need to get rid of both reservoirs. They are going to kill your flowrate.
Ahh ok, thats interesting, thanks for the advice, (I know about the direction, its just what fitted at the time) the bottom one will definatley go as I can still put an exit point at the bottom of a GFX block. Would the top one be that detremental ? or can you suggest an alternate fitting for ease of draining. Undoing compression fittings is a killer on the fingers.... LOL and could lead to spillage where I dont want it. ATM they drain without a drop where you dont want it.



and at a "gestimate", how much flow would I gain and what would that mean in temp drop as a % or in degrees C, or F.

Thanks
Mike

PS, thanks Fannblade
Edited by Mixfloors - 1/7/11 at 4:27pm
post #6736 of 106102
I plan on getting this kit http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...m.html#options

If I buy different tubing what size should I get and would it need to require me to buy anything else like different fittings?
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I plan on getting this kit http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...m.html#options

If I buy different tubing what size should I get and would it need to require me to buy anything else like different fittings?
Nope, the kit is 1/2in everything, but comes with 7/16in tubing, but all the barbs and clamps are ment for 1/2in.

I replaced my tubing as well
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Nope, the kit is 1/2in everything, but comes with 7/16in tubing, but all the barbs and clamps are ment for 1/2in.

I replaced my tubing as well
The 7/16 5/8 is good on 1/2inch cause of the tight fit and once you get it over the barb that part is really a 1/2inch thats why the clamps are made for 1/2inch.
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The 7/16 5/8 is good on 1/2inch cause of the tight fit and once you get it over the barb that part is really a 1/2inch thats why the clamps are made for 1/2inch.
Yea you can buy either 7/16in ID or 1/2in ID tubing. both will work just fine.
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Dunno, this is my first set up and someone told me I need to buy 10-15 feet. I then said as I'm kinda new I'll buy 20 feet so I could play around with it.
Better to be lookin' at it than lookin' for it .
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