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Heres my first attempt at an actual loop, be gentle
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

a lot better than my first attempt for sure and of many around here for that matter I dare say. Good job and welcome to the club.
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Heres my first attempt at an actual loop, be gentle


Nice I see you've painted the topcover of the ram red as I suggested wink.gif
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Heres my first attempt at an actual loop, be gentle

Despite what /g/ has said recently this evening, I do like your loop and build. My only question for you is... Why red liquid if you're going to use white tubing, friend.

- "Break," with the tiny little watercooled NCase.
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Heres my first attempt at an actual loop, be gentle

Despite what /g/ has said recently this evening, I do like your loop and build. My only question for you is... Why red liquid if you're going to use white tubing, friend.

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Why use dye at all? biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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Despite what /g/ has said recently this evening, I do like your loop and build. My only question for you is... Why red liquid if you're going to use white tubing, friend.

- "Break," with the tiny little watercooled NCase.

Simply because it will add red as it sits in the res, giving it more contrast.
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Why use dye at all? biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

See above. The liquid came pre-dyed also, called pastel red by primochill.
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Nice I see you've painted the topcover of the ram red as I suggested wink.gif
Not the top cover, did something totally different with it.
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Simply because it will add red as it sits in the res, giving it more contrast.
See above. The liquid came pre-dyed also, called pastel red by primochill.

My reason for being against it is that dyes can gunk up water blocks. You'd likely be better off just painting the reservoir.
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Trying to get bubbles out of my res/pump. Should I be tilting the case while it is turned on?
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Trying to get bubbles out of my res/pump. Should I be tilting the case while it is turned on?

Sometimes that helps. I hate getting air bubbles out. One of the more annoying tasks of custom water. Totally sucks. I have recently started making two inlets or one inlet, one outlet of sorts. I use one to fill and the other left open that is a high point. Both high points actually, often with case set on its side, and allows me to fill while sealed to the plunge on one end, then forces the air out the other end. Works pretty well. But I have no idea what I'm doing. Some of these guys around here make it look easy and don't seem to mind. Personally, it annoys me pretty good to get the air out.
     
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Simply because it will add red as it sits in the res, giving it more contrast. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
See above. The liquid came pre-dyed also, called pastel red by primochill.
Not the top cover, did something totally different with it.

Nice build smile.gif .

I think the others are also suggesting an alternative to save you the headache that red dyes can give owners when its been run for a while in a loop. Some people end up starting over with all new components as the parts were stained red and fresh distilled water goes pink even after rigorous cleaning wink.gif .

I recall seeing a video on youtube where OC3D was looking at Monsoon reservoirs that were tinted so that you could run distilled water and still have your coloured parts. That could be an alternative option for the res smile.gif .

Like the backplate for the GPU with Hard Lined written on it biggrin.gif !

Can't wait to eventually get a custom loop of my own up and running.
   
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Trying to get bubbles out of my res/pump. Should I be tilting the case while it is turned on?

After you tilt it - forward/backward if rad is mounted flat top or bottom & Sideways PLUS fwd/bkwd if rad is mounted vertically. ... It shouldn't take that many times really maybe ten max go really slow when you hear chugging go even slower.
Top off your res after each tilt if levels drop.


The ONLY thing I found worked after the main bubbles were out was to remove my resevoirs foam, so if you have foam or a anti-cyclone addition remove it a few days while alternating taking the cap or top g1/4 port screw off or at least only one turn tightened - to allow air to leave ..

Once bubbels are clear then replace it - I don't have a single bubble that has returned after 2 days now but replace with something EXTRA clean hands counting also yeah.

EDIT * Just Make SURE every time you are doing the tilting not resting-running that your port screw or lid is tightened down
Edited by KG101 - 6/1/16 at 6:45pm
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