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post #68021 of 106454
Hey guys,

If I mix brass and nickel plated copper waterblocks, is it a problem?
post #68022 of 106454
You are fine.
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I will look into your suggestion for the next time I break my loop down. Right now I'm running at speed 3.5 and finally the pump is silent from whining and vibrations. Anything faster causes issues. I would have thought that cavitation in general is caused by using angle fittings on the outlet? FYI, when I was filling the loop, it took the pump about 2 secons to suck all the fluid out of the Res at speed 4. Could this mean that the 90 fitting is not a limiting factor. That fluid shifted mighty quick!





here you go, Bradley.

(Think there may have been some dust on my lens or something)
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Leak testing while I wait for sleeved cables to arrive from Ensourced. Once I have my cables I will install the second 780 GTX which is in my current rig. Sorry for the poor quality images
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Ok, good question about rigid pipes. How do you bend them, and what sort of fittings do you need? I know that flexible pipe uses compression fittings after you slip the tube on the barb (or a plain barb and no compression fitting), so how much different are the fittings used in rigid tube?
post #68026 of 106454
@kidcapp Is that coolant white, or yellow, or just being washed out by the multiple colors of lighting in the system??
Edited by Jimhans1 - 5/16/14 at 7:40pm
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Ok, good question about rigid pipes. How do you bend them, and what sort of fittings do you need? I know that flexible pipe uses compression fittings after you slip the tube on the barb (or a plain barb and no compression fitting), so how much different are the fittings used in rigid tube?

Might go have a look here sir: http://www.overclock.net/t/1388300/acrylic-pipebending-101

Edit: Sorry for the double post.
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@kidcapp Is that coolant white, or yellow, or just being washed out by the multiple colors of lighting in the system??

Its white and the LEDs are red.
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Its white and the LEDs are red.

That's a great looking build, but as Jimhans1 stated, it does look washed out with the red leds. White leds would look much better imo. Just a suggestion. Once again great job!! drool.gif
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That's a great looking build, but as Jimhans1 stated, it does look washed out with the red leds. White leds would look much better imo. Just a suggestion. Once again great job!! drool.gif

Thank you. I agree with your suggestion. Switching to white LEDs or possibly switching to red coolant might be another option.
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