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Yup. It's like a little dye bottle says it's 10ml and to use 5ml max per 1 liter. I'm just under 2 liters for the loop and. I added the entire 10ml. What was odd is the bottle was clear unlike the product page but seemed in opened
    
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I haven't decided yet, I'm starting to gear more towards the middle two. What do you suggest?

I vote this one...

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I like #5!
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Since the case is well bright/lightened, i would skip all the transparent ones smile.gif

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Anyone here have any trouble with the bitspower tank Z multi res? I got the 250mm one and installed it as the manual showed with the orings in the ends, and it leaked on me just putting water in it. Tightening the bottom made it leak worse. Water is coming out of the join where the oring is.

It also didn't want to secure properly with it's mounting arms, they wouldn't clamp tight enough to stop it from slowly sliding downwards or being able to turn.
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Anyone here have any trouble with the bitspower tank Z multi res? I got the 250mm one and installed it as the manual showed with the orings in the ends, and it leaked on me just putting water in it. Tightening the bottom made it leak worse. Water is coming out of the join where the oring is.

It also didn't want to secure properly with it's mounting arms, they wouldn't clamp tight enough to stop it from slowly sliding downwards or being able to turn.


I have seen in the past, although not in more recent years,, where the tube and cap threads seemed to have been cut with worn/dull tooling.

You may want to see whether the res assembles better with the end pieces on the opposite ends of the tube.

All the ones that I've had issues with were with colored tubes, where I've wanted to use clear ends.

I had a couple sets so bad that that I had to use a razor blade and triangle file to cut the threads on the caps a tiny fraction deeper, and an emery board to smooth the sharp peaks of the internal threads in the tubes.

You can tell if the threads are the problem because it will squeak/squeal, a lot, as you try to assemble the ends to the tube.


Try repeatedly assembling the res without the o rings in a sink of water so that you have a lot of lubrication, and repeatedly assembling until it binds and then un-assembling and reassembling again.

If it's not too bad, you may be able to wear off the high points in the threads and eventually be able to assemble it with the o rings so that it no longer leaks.

On the other hand, you could just RMA it, if that's easier for you.

Darlene


And yes, the mounting brackets suck.

I've only ever used the Bp brackets alone, to mount a tube horizontally.

For vertical mounting, I use a direct connection to the pump below the res like a male to male rotary, or add an additional support for the res to actually set on, like a small acrylic gusset.
Edited by IT Diva - 9/20/15 at 7:25am
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I have seen in the past, although not in more recent years,, where the tube and cap threads seemed to have been cut with worn/dull tooling.

You may want to see whether the res assembles better with the end pieces on the opposite ends of the tube.

All the ones that I've had issues with were with colored tubes, where I've wanted to use clear ends.

I had a couple sets so bad that that I had to use a razor blade and triangle file to cut the threads on the caps a tiny fraction deeper, and an emery board to smooth the sharp peaks of the internal threads in the tubes.

You can tell if the threads are the problem because it will squeak/squeal, a lot, as you try to assemble the ends to the tube.


Try repeatedly assembling the res without the o rings in a sink of water so that you have a lot of lubrication, and repeatedly assembling until it binds and then un-assembling and reassembling again.

If it's not too bad, you may be able to wear off the high points in the threads and eventually be able to assemble it with the o rings so that it no longer leaks.

On the other hand, you could just RMA it, if that's easier for you.

Darlene


And yes, the mounting brackets suck.

I've only ever used the Bp brackets alone, to mount a tube horizontally.

For vertical mounting, I use a direct connection to the pump below the res like a male to male rotary, or add an additional support for the res to actually set on, like a small acrylic gusset.

Thanks for that, I don't want to fix it manually and hope it doesn't leak, or rma it and hope it's replacement doesn't leak.. I'm not very impressed, I bought the bitspower thinking their quality control would be decent and I shouldn't have to worry about it.. I didn't even try to test it untill I had everything else ready for assembly and now it's the one thing stopping the build doh.gif

I think I will just replace it with an XSPC Photon res, they come preassembled with the glass fixed in there from the factory so it should be leak free.

Edit: I went back and unscrewed the tube and top of the res from the bottom, then screwed it back on.. It went on smoothly, and even held water ok until I put the drain tube back into the case which put slight sideways pressure on the bottom of the res.. and the water started running out of the space where the oring is again. I'd attached the res to the bottom finger tight and then just a bit tighter, same as I do with my fittings with o-rings in them.. not sure why it leaks so darn easily.
Edited by VeritronX - 9/20/15 at 8:08am
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post #91228 of 107789
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Anyone here have any trouble with the bitspower tank Z multi res? I got the 250mm one and installed it as the manual showed with the orings in the ends, and it leaked on me just putting water in it. Tightening the bottom made it leak worse. Water is coming out of the join where the oring is.

It also didn't want to secure properly with it's mounting arms, they wouldn't clamp tight enough to stop it from slowly sliding downwards or being able to turn.


Dont try and secure it when it's in place. tighten the rings and slide them over the res when it feels like its just a bit tight, it wont ever move then.

Make sure there are no little bits on the res so it wont scratch down.
Edited by khemist - 9/20/15 at 8:28am
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Basic loop layout is done,glass tube runs to be cut after EGX....although there is such a small amount of straight runs that i may just use the glass on another build.....


Your build is amazing! Neat, clean and very wow!
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Picked up a few new toys recently and decided to move my build from a corsair 760T to the more stately 750D (basically the same case with an extra fan mount on the floor and a slightly smaller window).




Nice work!
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