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OMG B! your being pretty cool about it.

I would be raging like a monkey on steroids!

to of done that kind of damage they must of flung it at least 3 foot in the air.

how stupid are they? that thing must of weighed a fair bit as well & you think they would have some common sense.

good luck in salvaging what you can & let us know the damage report sad-smiley-002.gif
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Yup...

Passive requires so much rad its not realistic,as mentioned above,even slow fans are significantly better than none....

In other news,UPS can die in a fire....
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Apologies for the SAAAARF LAAANDAAAN accent.....

I am sorry to see and hear this. No carrier is perfect, but I actually practice avoiding UPS because of one-to-many incidents like you experienced here. The worse being the ruination of a brand new PC built for a family member as a collective family gift to him. Even though insurance was purchased, UPS would NOT PAY. They did the same to me at a machine shop where I was warehouse and product manager. They broke open a box, their driver signed the complaint form as a witness to the deliver status. When the UPS rep came to our shop to settle the claim, he told us UPS will not pay and uttered some garbage he knew was nonsense. At the local hub I saw boxes of Dell Computers & monitors being moved from truck to truck, the boxes were flying through the air out of the back to the trucks onto the conveyor. Just say NO to UPS!
post #91553 of 107393
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Yup...

Passive requires so much rad its not realistic,as mentioned above,even slow fans are significantly better than none....

In other news,UPS can die in a fire....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
K1jEFUF.jpg






Apologies for the SAAAARF LAAANDAAAN accent.....

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post #91554 of 107393
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FWIW I had a Mora 9x140 radiator. Turned the fans off. It was mounted horizontally for maximum passive airflow. After 2 hours coolants had risen 20C even with an idling CPU (overclocked 3930K). Nothing else but CPU and D5 Pumps on that loop. Watercool claim that the mora radiator is good for quite a bit of power passively but in my experience I would not try it. You're always going to need some airflow, even if it's occasional. Below 500 RPM you still get some airflow but the fans are basically silent. Most people who have tried it and claimed that it works haven't let the system heat up for long enough IMO.
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Yup...

Passive requires so much rad its not realistic,as mentioned above,even slow fans are significantly better than none....
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There you go, 2 individuals with tons more experience than I say its not viable. SO the answer to your original question should have been no. sorry. redface.gif













On a side note, started playing with the camera for some final shots of my build. (Final shots so be done in a couple of days)

Edited by sinnedone - 10/2/15 at 4:14pm
   
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Yup...

Passive requires so much rad its not realistic,as mentioned above,even slow fans are significantly better than none....

In other news,UPS can die in a fire....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
K1jEFUF.jpg






Apologies for the SAAAARF LAAANDAAAN accent.....

Argh, that is just brutal. I feel sorry for you. I hope they get to pay for that.

I just (sort of) finished my new R40, and I would be devastated, even though it is not in the same league as yours.
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@B NEGATIVE
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! At first, I thought it was a bad joke. It took a minute. I would have total lost my *****. To quote lord of the rings, "and they shall pay for it with there lives!" My heart bleeds man. sad-smiley-002.gif
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I think BNEG suggestion is with your loop tear down & clean the blocks/radiators individually. Since you don't want to wasted the Fujipoly pads, probably good idea to flush the gpu block in the loop. I have flushed my loop without tear down before & it was very time consuming. Better tear down to clean the blocks/radiators properly.
This is the 2nd time I've seen mention of Fujipoly. Are they that good? Should I order them for my build I am working on. Was debating on whether I should use after market or the TIM and stuff that comes with EK stuff.
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I got my new res in, ended up getting the EK one instead of the xspc because that was out of stock. Gotta say, the EK one is built and designed way better than the bitspower one, and even includes a couple of g1/4 extensions too. Also not leaking is a plus, though there wasn't enough threading for me to add the internal tube from the bitspower res to it unfortunately.

Here is a pic of the build atm, half assembled and leak testing with just demineralised water. I really need to get or borrow an actual camera, the phone with flash can only go so far and the green tubing looks way better IRL.



I also ran into a drainage problem where the water doesn't want to go backwards through the pump, so I added a second drainage point from the other outlet port.

Is that a fractual S case? I'm finishing the components for a build in one. Debating on 2 rads or 1 from EK for my CPU and 295x2. What do you think?
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post #91558 of 107393
Hello again! biggrin.gif

What kind of coolants are people recommending? Are there certain ones that are bad for blocks, flow and temps? Like the Mayhems Aurora, are pastels okay?
post #91559 of 107393
Guys, my pump is kinda loud, it sounds like a noctua fan ramped up at 100% but a pit more high- pitched. it has 2 molex connectors and nothing else, is there any way i can quiet it down?
post #91560 of 107393
What kinda pump is it?
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