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I have a question for anyone out there who owns the Corsair 900D as you guys seen to really know stuff. Does a 64mm 360 rad fit up top in push, pull, push/pull or neither? I know the case is absolutely huge and it may be a stupid question but I just want to make sure that I can fit the rad I want up top.

Thanks in advance. smile.gif

I put in a monsta 86mm 480mm with one bank of fans, total 111mm. It barely clears though your mb and ram may clash.

If its just a 360, use the three front most fan spots on the top radiator mount and it may clear. Still, its can get tight.


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Which 64mm rad? Never heard of this thickness confused.gif
Edited by wermad - 2/29/16 at 4:08pm
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Originally Posted by Questors View Post

thumbsupsmiley.png Is that EK ZMT, some other black tubing or other brand of neoprene tubing/hose? Either way, I like it. Neat short tubing runs terminated in white looks good.

Yeah, it's ZMT. There was a compatibility problem between the ZMT and the Barrow 3/8-5/8 fittings for some reason. Basically the ZMT expands in a way that means the thread for the compression ring makes contact with the tubing. Because of this, I had to carefully shave down the tubing below the biting point for the compression ring in order to make them feasible.

Without trimming:


It's really difficult to get it past here:


Tubing after trimming:


Fits like a glove. This is probably bad in the long term, and I should find a safer solution. I'm not sure if this is a Barrow problem or a ZMT problem, though, as I haven't used either independently before.
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I put in a monsta 86mm 480mm with one bank of fans, total 111mm. It barely clears though your mb and ram may clash.

If its just a 360, use the three front most fan spots on the top radiator mount and it may clear. Still, its can get tight.


edit:

Which 64mm rad? Never heard of this thickness confused.gif
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

I put in a monsta 86mm 480mm with one bank of fans, total 111mm. It barely clears though your mb and ram may clash.

If its just a 360, use the three front most fan spots on the top radiator mount and it may clear. Still, its can get tight.


edit:

Which 64mm rad? Never heard of this thickness confused.gif
It's the EK CoolStream Rad XTX 360. https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-rad-xtx-360
I know it's a weird size, I am pulling it out of another build as I needed a 360 rad and I was hoping it would fit up top. I guess if it's going to cause issues I could always go buy another rad, I just prefer to use this one if I could since I already spent/spending so much on this build. I guess I could move things around I was just trying to avoid that though. I really appreciate the insight. I had a feeling it may cause an issue. frown.gif I'm glad I asked you guys though and now I can plan accordingly.
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Yeah, it's ZMT. There was a compatibility problem between the ZMT and the Barrow 3/8-5/8 fittings for some reason. Basically the ZMT expands in a way that means the thread for the compression ring makes contact with the tubing. Because of this, I had to carefully shave down the tubing below the biting point for the compression ring in order to make them feasible.
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Without trimming:


It's really difficult to get it past here:


Tubing after trimming:

Fits like a glove. This is probably bad in the long term, and I should find a safer solution. I'm not sure if this is a Barrow problem or a ZMT problem, though, as I haven't used either independently before.

That is crazy! I use barrow fitting on Mayhem's tubing with no issues. Maybe ZMT and Barrow doesn't play nicely together?
    
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That is crazy! I use barrow fitting on Mayhem's tubing with no issues. Maybe ZMT and Barrow doesn't play nicely together?

I'm pretty sure that's what it is, although I can't imagine why. I've never had problems with any other kind of tubing in any of my other fittings. I guess it is what it is, though.
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It's the EK CoolStream Rad XTX 360. https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-rad-xtx-360
I know it's a weird size, I am pulling it out of another build as I needed a 360 rad and I was hoping it would fit up top. I guess if it's going to cause issues I could always go buy another rad, I just prefer to use this one if I could since I already spent/spending so much on this build. I guess I could move things around I was just trying to avoid that though. I really appreciate the insight. I had a feeling it may cause an issue. frown.gif I'm glad I asked you guys though and now I can plan accordingly.

Gotcha thumb.gif

You can always use this one in the bottom chamber (or the front).
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I'm pretty sure that's what it is, although I can't imagine why. I've never had problems with any other kind of tubing in any of my other fittings. I guess it is what it is, though.

I can tell you that Bitspower Compression fittings 3/8" x 5/8" and primochill adavanced CRT clear tubing is the same deal. Very very tight.

TCO
Edited by TheCautiousOne - 3/2/16 at 3:53pm
     
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Hi everyone, new to OCN, here is my first water cooling build =)

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As for the watercooling parts:

Alphacool Monsta 480mm (8 fans Phobya nano-2G)
Alphacool XT45 480mm (8 fans Phobya nano-2G)
Alphacool UT60 240mm (3 fans Phobya nano-2G)
Alphacool ST30 240mm (1 fan Phobya nano-2G)

EK-FB RVE
2x EK-FC R9 295x2

Tubing Primochill primoflex advanced LRT 19mm OD
Fittings are all EK's

Don't ask me why there are two reservoirs xD
Edited by Deathscythes - 2/29/16 at 7:22pm
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Welcome and nice rig thumb.gif.


Don't forget the 295x2 club!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1483021/official-amd-r9-295x2-owners-club
post #95370 of 107365
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Originally Posted by timerwin63 View Post

Yeah, it's ZMT. There was a compatibility problem between the ZMT and the Barrow 3/8-5/8 fittings for some reason. Basically the ZMT expands in a way that means the thread for the compression ring makes contact with the tubing. Because of this, I had to carefully shave down the tubing below the biting point for the compression ring in order to make them feasible.

Without trimming:


It's really difficult to get it past here:


Tubing after trimming:


Fits like a glove. This is probably bad in the long term, and I should find a safer solution. I'm not sure if this is a Barrow problem or a ZMT problem, though, as I haven't used either independently before.

That's what i experienced with primochill advance lrt and bitspower compression fittings, 3/8 5/8, can't even make the compression ring to reach the fitting without using excessive amount of force, until i discovered the hotwater trick
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