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Awesome work dude thumb.gif


You have a build log btw?

No build log yet. I guess I should start one huh? LOL. Thanks tho for the complement wink.gif .. I blew out my quad rad with my compressor (since this rad was from way back when running those 3 gtx 480's you bought off me lmaosmiley.gif ) since it was pretty dirty, then washed out the core with hot water in the sink, took outside and sprayed the core very lightly to give it that new look again, covered the core with 2 piece's of cardboard cut to size, then sprayed the shroud red to go with the red n black ROG theme that will be in my X9 build. I love the look of the red around black on the rad biggrin.gif .. Got back from the store and everything was dry. I got a 2 for 1 deal while painting the rad tho I really didn't think of, the screws I put in the rad holes to block the paint actually look pretty slick on the black SSD panel I made HAHA!! Mounted the ssd's back on the panel and put the rad in the case too so I could get a idea of how things are going to look. I'm really liking the build I'm going for this time, especially since I'm kinda taking my time and not trying to knock this one out in 4 hours from start to finish. I want to paint my other 2 triple 360mm rads the same way as I did this one.

I will be pulling the plexi out of the side panel and pulling the perforated front out of the case (might make a perforated panel replacing the stock one, but with round holes vs the slots and will not have the 3x 5-1/4" bays cut into it) and painting those red as well, same with the top panel. I will leave the frame black to accent the red some and still keep up with the ROG theme. I'm going to give this build some real effort and spend some time to do it right. It will pay off in the end thumb.gif

Not sure what way I want to mount the quad down low? standing on the side or laying down? I'll have to think about that one for a bit as I keep looking at the case lol. Here's what I got after today, and making the custom panel yesterday on the CNC at work. Not bad for a couple days worth of work.




If you guys have some ideas, I'm all ears. Would love some ideas to kick around while building wink.gif
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Okay guys, need some advice. I have three XSPC g1/4 temp sensors. I really don't want them to be "in" the case because it would look aesthetically unpleasing. Is there a way I can mount all three in a single 5.25" bay?
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Of course you can. Just make a mounting plate for them to fit in. As long as all three can fit in that area size wise, then sure you can mount them there.
Edited by Hambone07si - 5/21/15 at 6:51pm
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post #85152 of 106092
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Is it an led strip or just leds shinning on a clear/colored ring? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Two LEDs on a single corner pointing in opp directions and lighting up a clear ring.
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Is that Freddy Krueger hiding in the shadows of the green ring sneaky.gif

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Dude! i saw jason before I even read your comment! wth in deeddy wth.gif

Thanks guys, now I can't unsee it biggrin.gif
post #85153 of 106092
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Okay guys, need some advice. I have three XSPC g1/4 temp sensors. I really don't want them to be "in" the case because it would look aesthetically unpleasing. Is there a way I can mount all three in a single 5.25" bay?




I would Cut the bay place holder to fit them with a dremel smile.gif
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post #85154 of 106092
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I would Cut the bay place holder to fit them with a dremel smile.gif
I did an estimate, and it appears only two would fit. I may as well just buy the XSPC bay temperature holder
    
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@ SteezyTN, what Ramz said will work for sure. Or since you live in the states, shipping is pretty easy for us. I'm in Cleveland Ohio. If you measure the size of the cutout needed, as in width and height needed for them to fit in, and also the outside dimensions of the bezels so I know how far to space them so they all fit. I can make you a small panel for them to fit in nicely out of some 1/8" aluminum or something similar if you wanted. That would be a real easy little panel for me to make on the CNC's at work. I can use a square punch so the cutout is perfect and the corners don't have radius's if you want? You pay shipping costs and I'll find some scraps at work to make it out of. Usually I just buy the guys that load the tools in the machine a 6 pack for their time, but the hardest person to get something from is the programmer to make a program for the CNC, but you're in luck, I AM the programmer tongue.gif . Will only take me a couple min to make that and print out a program sheet so the guys in the shop know what to do with the blank I give them with the disk. I have 2 temp sensors in my loop now, but I'm just running the wires to a temp header on my mobo to read temps in AI Suite 3 in windows. I wouldn't mind having some of those digital displays myself so I may just make 2 panels, one for you and I. Then I can see my temps while in game or whenever. My fan controller has temp readouts but I'm not fond of the display on it and not sure I will be using this controller in my new case I'm building. I may come up with a nice little panel to mount them in to sit in front of my ssd's so I can see through the window easily if I can make it looks nice and clean.

How much were those displays you have? I'm curious now, but if you would like me to make something for you, just let me know and we'll figure something nice out so it looks good in your sweet looking build. Sound good thumb.gif

Could always mount like this too if you wanted? Look at the pic of your case I edited. I could actually make the panel long enough to cover that whole gap that you can see through on the right side of your res to close that area up and then mount the 3 displays anywhere on the panel. Not sure if you leave the back of your case off so you can see through it there or not?



Or looking something like this?? Well it would look better than my paint edit, but you get the idea lol

Edited by Hambone07si - 5/21/15 at 8:04pm
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I am here admitting defeat. I have run into a very frustrating issue that I can not figure out at all.

I am setting up my first 4 way Folding rig. It will not have SLI enabled, but in the coming pictures, you will see that I have the bridge attached for rigidity reasons only.

My issue. I filled the system, and started it up, and immediately noticed a small amount of fluid coming from the Terminal for card #1. Since it is a plexi terminal, I could see through and tell that the o-rings were not seated in their grooves, which was strange as I checked them consistently when installing them to make sure they were mounted properly. I found that the edge around the oring had simply fallen off. See here:



Up to figuring out that there was an issue, the flow was great and made a full loop back to the Res.

Once I get the o-rings reset, i went to fill it again, and this time, it seem to have a blockage somewhere along the line, and the bitspower fittings in between the terminal start dripping:



I checked the loop, attached a hose to the top of it, and was able to pull fluid through the ports by creating a vacuum, but now the bitspower fittings won't stop letting water out slowly.

I have Never run into this issue before, and I am completely stumped. This is the full loop. Water is no longer making it to the radiator now, so I have no idea what I could have done by fixing the o-ring.



Can someone please give me a little insight as to what is going on?

I do have a drain on the bottom of the rad also. The system is empty, as you can see in the last picture. I put the flow direction as it was working before I fixed the first leak. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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20150521_160544.jpg

This is my computer I've been working on.

Specs

case is a cosair 750D
Mobo GA Z87X-UD3H
cpu I5 4670K 3.4g oc to 4.1 at 1.19v
memory 16G of crucial memory (2 8g kits)
video card Pny GTX970
boot drive256 crucial mx100 ssd
game and video storage1T WD hhd
psu themaltake 850w

The watercooling specs
xspc waterblock
xspc slim 240 radiator
Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Inline Reservoir
HEATKILLER® GPU-X³ GTX 760 Reference Design Full Coverage Water Block ( I used to have a gtx 760 I got luck that both card was compatible with this waterblock yay for saving money lol)
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PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing 7/16"ID x 5/8" OD
Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper Dual 120mm Radiator

To mount the reservoir I had to drill in to the case and bolt it and just mount the pump right to the reservoir
I made custom led strip that I bought from amazon and solder them to molex connectors which u really cant get a good pic of them on my I put the alphacool xt45 240 on the front standing up I got it push pull while the xspc slim is on top just with push hopefully
post #85158 of 106092
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I am here admitting defeat. I have run into a very frustrating issue that I can not figure out at all.

I am setting up my first 4 way Folding rig. It will not have SLI enabled, but in the coming pictures, you will see that I have the bridge attached for rigidity reasons only.

My issue. I filled the system, and started it up, and immediately noticed a small amount of fluid coming from the Terminal for card #1. Since it is a plexi terminal, I could see through and tell that the o-rings were not seated in their grooves, which was strange as I checked them consistently when installing them to make sure they were mounted properly. I found that the edge around the oring had simply fallen off. See here:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Up to figuring out that there was an issue, the flow was great and made a full loop back to the Res.

Once I get the o-rings reset, i went to fill it again, and this time, it seem to have a blockage somewhere along the line, and the bitspower fittings in between the terminal start dripping:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I checked the loop, attached a hose to the top of it, and was able to pull fluid through the ports by creating a vacuum, but now the bitspower fittings won't stop letting water out slowly.

I have Never run into this issue before, and I am completely stumped. This is the full loop. Water is no longer making it to the radiator now, so I have no idea what I could have done by fixing the o-ring.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Can someone please give me a little insight as to what is going on?

I do have a drain on the bottom of the rad also. The system is empty, as you can see in the last picture. I put the flow direction as it was working before I fixed the first leak. Any help is greatly appreciated.

If you are trying to run parallel, you're missing one of the fittings between cards 2 and 3. For series, you need to have the 1st card feed the 2nd, 2nd feed the 3rd, 3rd feed the 4th and then out. What kind of flow are you trying to do there? You're like half way in between both with neither running correct IMO. Why not just try a series setup and see if that works without leaking. It seems like you are creating a blockage there with how you have them hooked up to each other. That would cause a leak because of forcing pressure there.

Or set it up for a regular parallel setup and add 1 more fitting between cards 2 and 3. I think that is your problem.

Is that some type of flow setup that you have seen work before? I have NEVER seen 4 cards hooked up like that, and for that reason I think you are making them leak. Can you explain why you have them hooked up that way? I just don't understand that one bud??
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If you are trying to run parallel, you're missing one of the fittings between cards 2 and 3. For series, you need to have the 1st card feed the 2nd, 2nd feed the 3rd, 3rd feed the 4th and then out. What kind of flow are you trying to do there? You're like half way in between both with neither running correct IMO. Why not just try a series setup and see if that works without leaking. It seems like you are creating a blockage there with how you have them hooked up to each other. That would cause a leak because of forcing pressure there.

Or set it up for a regular parallel setup and add 1 more fitting between cards 2 and 3. I think that is your problem.

Is that some type of flow setup that you have seen work before? I have NEVER seen 4 cards hooked up like that, and for that reason I think you are making them leak. Can you explain why you have them hooked up that way? I just don't understand that one bud??

That's series-parallell. Its how the 4 way EK bridges are set up.
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@Hambone

He's running semi-parallel smile.gif. Its like connecting two parallel systems w/ a single link.
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