Originally Posted by Questors
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?
Yeah I will change how it is secured now. Although it is pretty secure... I can pull the pump/res combo with decent force without it coming loose.
But, better safe then sorry. Right?
About the O-rings with screws. Tried that, but the back panel where it is secured to is just too flimsy and will transmit a lot of vibrations. It is not super loud but by a large margin the largest part of the system. I just think that is a shame considered the amount I paid for the loop so I could have a more silent (and a lot cooler) system.
Like someone else posted before I will try to find some nice foam and make a round hole in it, place that on the Uni Holder (with double-sided tape) and place the pump on there.
Originally Posted by TPham
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!
Ok fair enough.
Thanks for the explanation. That should work out nicely indeed. I couldn't see it very clear in your original pictures.
Both loops same coolant? Would be a shame.