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It's finally done. Silent member for a while now. Thanks for all the "how two's" and ppcs discount. I humbly submit for ocn approval my full 900d.

Looks great!
post #92212 of 107314
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Originally Posted by Chopper1591 View Post

YES... omg yes.
Finally I did it.

Managed to make my pump (semi) silent.
Maybe some of you remember me posting here a while back. Looking for advice how to reduce the annoying vibrations I was experiencing with my mcp-655. The pump is coupled with an EK res/top and using the Uni Holder to secure it to the back of my case.

Here: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Maybe you can see it on the photo. I used some isolation strip to try and absorb the vibrations, didn't help much (or at all).
Of course I got the advice to not mount it to the back panel of the case, as it being rather flimsy. And I agree, it is thin material. But I couldn't place it in the bottom of my 650D case because it is rather full already. tongue.gif

So today I decided to have a look around the house again and try to find a way to make it quiet(er).
First I decided to unscrew the pump all together, hold it in my hand and power up the system. And of course it was almost quiet, even at setting 5. tongue.gif

Tried multiple things. Even thought about making some holder or something to make it float. At least not bolted down to the case. But I couldn't find anything and wanted to just bolt it down again because I was getting frustrated. Haha

But, stubborn me, decided to try one more thing. I had some fan mounts (?) laying around. These little ones. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Were pretty good quality actually, very soft rubber. Had to put two rubber washers between it and the case (in the large gap (just above the 2cm marker in the picture) to make it a tight fit onto the case. First I thought about just letting the Uni Holder rest on the rubber of those things but the thing was too heavy and wouldn't stay in place. So I just attached it by pulling it through the holes of the Uni Holder.

And what do you know. Even at setting 5 it is rather quiet. Somewhat louder then when I had it in my hand. But overall I am very happy with it. Especially since it didn't cost a thing. Else I would've probably just bought another set of decoupler bolts. Like the ones I have used to mount my second radiator.

I mean these ones: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

End result, don't mind the phone picture. And wow, does it always look dusty when using the flash biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Did not recall a picture when you first asked for advice. Glad you found a solution, though the same express the same concern about those rubber mounts letting go. You are the best judge of how strong the mount solution is. Counterpoint - Would a set of small diameter thick O-rings or rubber faucet washers work with screws to ensure mount integrity?
post #92213 of 107314
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I like to color scheme. Sadly the ram blocks stand out to much IMO, it being copper. But the fluid will probably fix that somewhat. Which color are you going to run?

I would personally use some extenders on the vrm block to make the tubing inline with the other tubing. Know what I mean?
Besides that. How are you going to set up the In and Out of the first loop? Wouldn't it be better if you use one port of the right ram block to go to the res? I think it will be hard to make it clean the way you have it setup now. Just my 2cents.gif

I am curious as to how this will turn out. Which rads are you going to use?


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I will be something like this. Note 1: the tube from the left ram go up to the rad will be the smaller 10mm tube just like the rest (I just put it in because i'm missing some fit and want to see what it look like). Note 2: Instead coming out from the MB block to the vga it will go to the right and then go all the way down to the bottom. the right top fitting will go straight to the res. and that complete the first loop.

I will use red coolant and hopefully it will match the ram block!


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So I recently got my new XSPC D5 PWM pump back from RMA. Is there a reason why I can only get 3500RPM on it, yet I can get the max 4800 on my swiftech D5 PWM? (I'm controlling them with corsair link)
    
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Amazing, first real and probably the nicest build I have seen in the PC-O8. What coolant are you using and are you using the integrated LEDs?
Edited by fisher6 - 10/27/15 at 9:00am
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just water and mayhem UV blue/clear dye with 4 UV cold cathodes and 1 blue led in res

Sweet. I recently
Amazing. What coolant/leds are you using?

 

Lian Li's included LED strips and EK's blue pastel coolant

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post #92218 of 107314

That is a serious bend to go down to those pcie cards. Very nice job.

Hardline definitely shows some superiority over soft tubing with this layout.
post #92219 of 107314
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So I recently got my new XSPC D5 PWM pump back from RMA. Is there a reason why I can only get 3500RPM on it, yet I can get the max 4800 on my swiftech D5 PWM? (I'm controlling them with corsair link)

Because Corsair link...........
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Because Corsair link...........
Then why can I get 4800 on my swiftech???
    
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