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@Wolfsbora

I suppose that may be an option. Ordering a gallon or more of water would most likely cost more to ship it than what the actual water costs do to it's weight.

Anyhow, I'm surely glad to live down the road from Walmart!
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You know that only rads need flushing? Not the whole loop...unless you find traces of cutting fluid....
Was the components out of the loop,assemble and go. Flushing as part of a loop spreads any contaminants thru it.
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I like better to flush the whole thing. At least the first time and know everything is ok.

I've had shreds of delrin inside block before, probably from poor machining of G1/4 ports. Managed to get an RMA from Swiftech since I coincidentally video'd the first filling. The pump sounded normal, then suddenly brrrrrrrp mad.gif
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Was it the Apogee Drive II? My Apogee Drive had leftover crumbs inside where you can unscrew and reposition the ports. One of the reviews i read before i bought it pointed that out tho so i knew it was gonna be there. Took 2 seconds to clean out, but i could see how it could mess up the pump if you didn't look for it first

    
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You know that only rads need flushing? Not the whole loop...unless you find traces of cutting fluid....
Was the components out of the loop,assemble and go. Flushing as part of a loop spreads any contaminants thru it.
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Originally Posted by Dortheleus View Post

I like better to flush the whole thing. At least the first time and know everything is ok.

I've had shreds of delrin inside block before, probably from poor machining of G1/4 ports. Managed to get an RMA from Swiftech since I coincidentally video'd the first filling. The pump sounded normal, then suddenly brrrrrrrp mad.gif

Im quite meticulous with pump tops,seen so many with swarf on them,I tend to smooth off sharp edges very gently with 1800 grit paper to avoid creating a low pressure point for cavitation. I dont recommend it as I will not be responsible for the outcome with other peoples kit.
Swiftech blocks (sorry Bram) have always been a minefield of copper swarf from the microchannels for me,MIPS,AquaC and Watercool have always been the best finished.
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Im quite meticulous with pump tops,seen so many with swarf on them,I tend to smooth off sharp edges very gently with 1800 grit paper to avoid creating a low pressure point for cavitation. I dont recommend it as I will not be responsible for the outcome with other peoples kit.
Swiftech blocks (sorry Bram) have always been a minefield of copper swarf from the microchannels for me,MIPS,AquaC and Watercool have always been the best finished.

I know what you mean. We did have some issues with the way the ports on these were machined, and that's why we go over them here and clean them up before shipping them out to customers and resellers. Some might get missed from time to time, but that's why we provide the utmost in customer support to take care of these issues. I appreciate everyone's honesty and you can always PM me if you have any issues with our products.
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Hello guys,
I decided to join since I am still unsure of my WC build plan. Let me just post it here.

Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D
Waterblocks: RayStorm CPU WaterBlock + 5mm white LEDs
KOMODO-NV-LE (GTX 880) (LED white)
Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 280mm (60mm thick); Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 360mm (80mm thick);
(optional) Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 240mm (45mm thick);
Reservoirs: (x1) Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Clear
Pumps: (x1) Swiftech MCP655 12V Pump
Fittings: (x14) Bitspower G1/4 Thread 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Compression Fitting - Silver+
(x1) Koolance Dual VID Connector - Adjustable 1 Slot Spacing
Tube: (x1) TUBE PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ 15,9 / 9,5mm - Elegant White
Thermal Compounds & Liquid Solution:
Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound 3.5 Grams with ArctiClean 60 ML Kit
Distilled Water + KillCoil
Radiator high pressure fans:
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(x2) NF-A14 industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM Max. 31.5 dBA
Accessories:
4-pin fan splitters
ATX Pin-Bridging Plug (24 Pin)

Now I am not sure if this is enough for cooling a 6-core Haswell-E CPU and 2 Maxwell GTX 880 GPUs (let's however assume I am about to put an i7 4930K and 2 GTX 780TIs on watercooling, will it work?)

Please comment on this WC component list. I am very unsure about putting another 240mm radiator on the bottom and 140mm rad in the rear, since there will be space, but do I really need them in case I wanna cool my RAM(with no OC) and HDD as well? Also, without the cages, how can I secure an HDD on the back tray of the MB?

Secondly, can you suggest me a high air flow 120mm and 140mm fans? I have chosen the new Noctua fans (the industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM) for my radiators, and since they have very high air pressure ratings, I will not need any Push/Pull config when putting them on 80mm and 60mm thick rads (correct me if I am wrong).

Other than that, I see people using 45, 30, 90 degree fittings. In my case, I use the PrimoChill tube which is said that it can bend nicely...So, do I need these bended-to-degree fittings?
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Hello guys,
I decided to join since I am still unsure of my WC build plan. Let me just post it here.

Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D
Waterblocks: RayStorm CPU WaterBlock + 5mm white LEDs
KOMODO-NV-LE (GTX 880) (LED white)
Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 280mm (60mm thick); Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 360mm (80mm thick);
(optional) Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 240mm (45mm thick);
Reservoirs: (x1) Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Clear
Pumps: (x1) Swiftech MCP655 12V Pump
Fittings: (x14) Bitspower G1/4 Thread 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Compression Fitting - Silver+
(x1) Koolance Dual VID Connector - Adjustable 1 Slot Spacing
Tube: (x1) TUBE PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ 15,9 / 9,5mm - Elegant White
Thermal Compounds & Liquid Solution:
Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound 3.5 Grams with ArctiClean 60 ML Kit
Distilled Water + KillCoil
Radiator high pressure fans:
(x3) NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM Max. 29.7 dBA
(x2) NF-A14 industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM Max. 31.5 dBA
Accessories:
4-pin fan splitters
ATX Pin-Bridging Plug (24 Pin)

Now I am not sure if this is enough for cooling a 6-core Haswell-E CPU and 2 Maxwell GTX 880 GPUs (let's however assume I am about to put an i7 4930K and 2 GTX 780TIs on watercooling, will it work?)

Please comment on this WC component list. I am very unsure about putting another 240mm radiator on the bottom and 140mm rad in the rear, since there will be space, but do I really need them in case I wanna cool my RAM(with no OC) and HDD as well? Also, without the cages, how can I secure an HDD on the back tray of the MB?

Secondly, can you suggest me a high air flow 120mm and 140mm fans? I have chosen the new Noctua fans (the industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM) for my radiators, and since they have very high air pressure ratings, I will not need any Push/Pull config when putting them on 80mm and 60mm thick rads (correct me if I am wrong).

Other than that, I see people using 45, 30, 90 degree fittings. In my case, I use the PrimoChill tube which is said that it can bend nicely...So, do I need these bended-to-degree fittings?

Fitting requirements can vary due to a number of things. Loop order and case layout all play a big role. If its your first waterloop youd be best served by getting everything installed and then deciding what fittings youll need to get. Planning helps, but you never really know until you start running tubing.

Youll most likely end up with extra fittings. Alot of people, myself included, have anywhere from 10-20 extra fittings from different loop layouts. And as far as cooling capacity youll have more than enough. Your res choice is a little on the smaller side but I dont think thats going to affect anything. The general rule is 120mm of rad space per block plus 120mm extra.

So in reality youd be fine with a 360mm. Air temps in your room and fan selection on the radiator will play a bigger role in your overall temps anyway. With what youve chosen youll have more than enough radiator, and room for expansion if you want.

Fan selection will vary as well depending on what you want to spend. Personally Ive only used gentle typhoons and noiseblocker eloops. Ive read nothing but good things regarding alot of the noiseblocker fans as well as the newer corsair sp fans.
Edited by SilkyJohnson - 5/16/14 at 2:25pm
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Hello guys,
I decided to join since I am still unsure of my WC build plan. Let me just post it here.

Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D
Waterblocks: RayStorm CPU WaterBlock + 5mm white LEDs
KOMODO-NV-LE (GTX 880) (LED white)
Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 280mm (60mm thick); Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 360mm (80mm thick);
(optional) Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 240mm (45mm thick);
Reservoirs: (x1) Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir - Clear
Pumps: (x1) Swiftech MCP655 12V Pump
Fittings: (x14) Bitspower G1/4 Thread 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Compression Fitting - Silver+
(x1) Koolance Dual VID Connector - Adjustable 1 Slot Spacing
Tube: (x1) TUBE PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ 15,9 / 9,5mm - Elegant White
Thermal Compounds & Liquid Solution:
Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound 3.5 Grams with ArctiClean 60 ML Kit
Distilled Water + KillCoil
Radiator high pressure fans:
(x3) NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM Max. 29.7 dBA
(x2) NF-A14 industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM Max. 31.5 dBA
Accessories:
4-pin fan splitters
ATX Pin-Bridging Plug (24 Pin)

Now I am not sure if this is enough for cooling a 6-core Haswell-E CPU and 2 Maxwell GTX 880 GPUs (let's however assume I am about to put an i7 4930K and 2 GTX 780TIs on watercooling, will it work?)

Please comment on this WC component list. I am very unsure about putting another 240mm radiator on the bottom and 140mm rad in the rear, since there will be space, but do I really need them in case I wanna cool my RAM(with no OC) and HDD as well? Also, without the cages, how can I secure an HDD on the back tray of the MB?

Secondly, can you suggest me a high air flow 120mm and 140mm fans? I have chosen the new Noctua fans (the industrialPPC-2000 IP67 PWM) for my radiators, and since they have very high air pressure ratings, I will not need any Push/Pull config when putting them on 80mm and 60mm thick rads (correct me if I am wrong).

Other than that, I see people using 45, 30, 90 degree fittings. In my case, I use the PrimoChill tube which is said that it can bend nicely...So, do I need these bended-to-degree fittings?

please start a thread asking for help.
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Not to happy with my EK Nickel block, noticed this on it after running d.i. water along with the nickel cpu block.
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(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 7700k Asus Maximus Hero IX GTX 1080 Ti 16GB Team Group Dark Pro 3200Mhz 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 Evo 500GB Custom Water/Heatkiller CPU/GPU Win 10 Pro Dell S2716DG  
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CM Masterkeys S Silverstone Strider 850W Gold Caselabs BH7 Steelseries Rival 300 
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Steelseries QCK Heavy DragonFly Black + AKG Q701 + Rode NT USB 
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Are you running anything else in the loop?? That looks like water scale.
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