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Im leaving it as is for now, dont have the money to re-shrink wrap it atm (i charged all of this to my paypal credit). And i belive i have two days if anything goes wrong? Its from ppcs. My top should arrive friday from Daz

Cut the sleeve material square, hold it between two fingers so it doesn't expand, slide it back slightly from the desired end, add a small drop of super glue, slide the sleeve back to where it should be and hold it for a couple seconds to allow the glue to set. Be careful you don't glue your finger to the sleeve. Not that I would know anything about that first hand. tongue.gif

If you did it correctly, the end of the sleeve material should be inside the dress-up kit and/or pump cover so the actual end of the sleeve is out of sight. The glue holds it in place keeping it from fraying and splitting. thumb.gif
Edited by Questors - 2/12/16 at 5:49am
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Originally Posted by Costas View Post

Do you actually require 3 pumps... i wouldn't have thought that there would be flow issues with your setup...??

I am with Costas 100% here. The Cost of Pumps and rads (Pumps are roughly 80-100$ a pop) and the cost of a 560 rad, I honestly have no idea)

To Combat water temps? The Main temp I concern myself with is what are the GPU temps? Anything under 40C should be excellent. Normal OP temps of a Gpu on air is roughly 70-80C. Running a card at 40c is optimal and cutting 50% heat out running it on water.

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I appeared to have flow issues as my GPU loop had those three rads and only one pump. Something was wrong because my water temps were very high (15+ delta) for the rads I have. I'm thinking about adding the three pumps for all my rads and adding my GPUs and CPU to the loop.

I am just trying to fathom the reasoning behind all of this. Sinking more money to lower water temps? Couldn't you turn on the Air conditioning in the house for this? Doesn't the ambients in the house have an effect on liquid temps to begin with?

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I'm know it seems simple. But is t possible that the Xspc temp control being used just is not monitoring the temp correctly? Because the temp of the card is not so bad
    
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Could someone recommend a temperature sensor and display that is stand alone. Looking to monitor water temperature without breaking out my calibrated digital thermometer. Thanks in advance.
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Could someone recommend a temperature sensor and display that is stand alone. Looking to monitor water temperature without breaking out my calibrated digital thermometer. Thanks in advance.

Like the xspc temp sensor with lcd display?

http://www.xs-pc.com/temperature-sensors/
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Like the xspc temp sensor with lcd display?

http://www.xs-pc.com/temperature-sensors/

Exactly. Just wanted to make sure I grabbed a decent one.
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Exactly. Just wanted to make sure I grabbed a decent one.

Never used the xspc unit. But from what I understand the lcd is kind of separate unit so you can combine with any other brand plug or in-line sensor just plugging it on the back of the lcd. But it should work as others since they are all kind the same temp sensor.
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Never used the xspc unit. But from what I understand the lcd is kind of separate unit so you can combine with any other brand plug or in-line sensor just plugging it on the back of the lcd. But it should work as others since they are all kind the same temp sensor.

That's what I thought too. I'm just so indecisive about stuff I needed help deciding. Thanks.
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Like the xspc temp sensor with lcd display?

http://www.xs-pc.com/temperature-sensors/

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Exactly. Just wanted to make sure I grabbed a decent one.

Here is 2 pictures of my 2 XSPC led displays - both with original XSPC temp sensor too.

They are great, even though I burned them twice with 12V and it smelled and came smoke - they still work for some reason... tongue.gif They are worth every penny, best bang of the buck of any products available thumb.gif


A thing to point out thought! Be carefule, be extremely careful if you chose to take the them out of the lcd case, the display is connected with a + and a - cable so thin that you can barely even see them to a small pcb board. The display always lose from the pcb and you have to solder it back.

And, you can't use it without the case. The backside, backmount of the case makes a pressur on the pcb and display which is the only way to make it work. Difficult to explain, but somehow the display won't show any numbers if isn't placed right, stacked on the pcb with a hard pressure. Ae, forget it, probably you won't bother if you don't mess with it smile.gif I just had to take them out because I painted them and soldered the power from 2 units to 1 smile.gif


they are great thumb.giftongue.gif


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Nice. I love those displays too. I used them in my old case for inlet and outlet water temp from the water block.







Now I'm just using a Goverlay LCD which displays my H2O temp before it goes in the waterblock, plus a lot more other stuff. Well worth the $25. thumb.gif

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