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Ugh, that is siiiick. I love the air cooler with the swiftech on the GPU's. Ever thought about hitting that swiftech with white plasti-dip?

Thanks smile.gif

Wouldnt of coated the rad white as wanted to keep a split balance between white and black. White Wing Boost 2s my go up the front to add a bit of white between the rad though.

Really thought the blood red would of shown up in the swiftech res , and couldnt score the new X2 in the uk for a while which would of looked miles better
post #95282 of 107314
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I have reconfigured my plumbing and fans. I switched the RAD fans in the pedestal to the outside of the RADs with air blowing in. I also added 3 exhaust fans. I configured the inlet and outlet on the RADs to help improve air bubble removal, in at the bottom out at the top. The drain has been reconfigured due this rework. I changed the route in the upper section to, RAD, CPU, MEM, VRM then VC. I looks like i picked at a degree or 2 with the new configuration.

I'm getting a 5 degree delta after 35 min of stressing, CPU & GPU fully loaded with AIDA64. I'm very happy with the results.
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Outstanding! I very much like the tubing work.
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Originally Posted by orbitalwalsh View Post

Thanks smile.gif

Wouldnt of coated the rad white as wanted to keep a split balance between white and black. White Wing Boost 2s my go up the front to add a bit of white between the rad though.

Really thought the blood red would of shown up in the swiftech res , and couldnt score the new X2 in the uk for a while which would of looked miles better

No it's fine. It's beautiful actually. All the colors are just smooth together. Black, white, red - doesn't matter - it's beast. thumb.gif
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Outstanding! I very much like the tubing work.

Thank you!
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Easily one of the best air/CLC rigs I have seen in a while. You could vinyl wrap the H240X red/white without taking it out of the case (vs plastidip).
    
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I got a question for you guys.

Seeing there's some GPU all in one cooling coming out now and we have heaps of good CPU all in ones out, how would a pc with a custom loop vs all in one fair when cooling a single CPU & GPU?

(I also mean in a fair test, 480mm rad total for both no extra unnecessary crap like motherboard and RAM and no stupid thick 60mm rads for the custom.)

I think custom would still be better. One pump for everything, shared rads. real reservoir. I spent a lot of time researching each component to make sure I got exactly what I was looking for in a system. I was looking for a quiet build with reliable good performing components that were also durable. I picked 280 rads and ultra quiet fans, acetyl components, and a D5 pump. It's inaudible even under full loads. Some of the better looking builds use plexi components. Some people don't care about noise and have lots of fast fans and thick rads. It's that freedom to choose that makes custom so great. I feel with an AIO (or multiple AIOs) you are very confined with what you get. If you got a custom setup done and found you needed more rad space , or wanted to swap out a block, you could, not so with AIOs.

Cooling like for like would probably be similar with similar rad volumes, but the freedom is a factor you have to consider. I enjoyed making my first loop and wouldn't trade the experience for anything. That's my take on it.
Edited by kl6mk6 - 2/28/16 at 11:47am
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I think custom would still be better. One pump for everything, shared rads. real reservoir. I spent a lot of time researching each component to make sure I got exactly what I was looking for in a system. I was looking for a quiet build with reliable good performing components that were also durable. I picked 280 rads and ultra quiet fans, acetyl components, and a D5 pump. It's inaudible even under full loads. Some of the better looking builds use plexi components. Some people don't care about noise and have lots of fast fans and thick rads. It's that freedom to choose that makes custom so great. I feel with an AIO (or multiple AIOs) you are very confined with what you get. If you got a custom setup done and found you needed more rad space , or wanted to swap out a block, you could, not so with AIOs.

Cooling like for like would probably be similar with similar rad volumes, but the freedom is a factor you can't have to consider. I enjoyed making my first loop and wouldn't trade the experience for anything. That's my take on it.

Everything this man said, bar thicker rads being noisier lol rads are normally thicker to make up for having less fin density so you can run slower fans meaning less noise. Thin rads and AIO rads are normally dual density fin stacks. That's from my experience anyway, I'm more than welcome to be corrected if this is incorrect however. I'm no master and I've only built 2 loops so far, the 3rd will be over the next week.
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Easily one of the best air/CLC rigs I have seen in a while. You could vinyl wrap the H240X red/white without taking it out of the case (vs plastidip).

Thanks smile.gif
Think ill leave the rad colour but if i can get an x2 version i would swap it in a heart beat. Clear res would rrally complete the look
post #95289 of 107314
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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

Everything this man said, bar thicker rads being noisier lol rads are normally thicker to make up for having less fin density so you can run slower fans meaning less noise. Thin rads and AIO rads are normally dual density fin stacks. That's from my experience anyway, I'm more than welcome to be corrected if this is incorrect however. I'm no master and I've only built 2 loops so far, the 3rd will be over the next week.

thicker rads are to dissipate more heat thats it. thick and thin rads both have both high and low count fin density. thicker rads 'need' higher rpm fans to push the air a greater distance.through the rad the same as high fin density rads.
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Got a new Monoblock for the Asus Gene and went with 16mm Rigid Tubing. Quick pics before i clean up the cable management and custom sleeve it...PPCS sent me the wrong insert so the bends look like ass right now. I just wanted to rig it up anyways for practice, when they send me a new bending rod, I'm redoing the loop, and find a way to get a hardline from the pump to the rad....i haven't figured it out yet.









My setup, minimalistic look


Edited by FXformat - 2/28/16 at 12:30pm
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