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lol unlike you, my life exists outside this forum.

My sole reason here is for discussion of watercooling and overclocking, so opinions are encouraged.

and yes, its immaturity. You have yet to state any one opinion to me, all youve done is made snide remarks

Ooooh,I have no life you say?

Now who is being snide?

Im done with replying to you now.
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Quick question for you who know a bit more than I...

I've been thinking on where to pu my drain and temp sensor. I will be having a 480 rad lying down in the bottom of the case and was thinking of putting the drain and the temp like this



"Vatten in och ut" does of course mean "Water in and out"... I guess/hope this will work and cause no problems?

No problem there,remember to get a stop plug for the drain if you are using a valve,they sometimes drip.
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Okay guys, I better start working with all my new parts from Alphacool tongue.gif

I have 2x 560mm radiators that I need to flush clean - how do I do it??


Last time, I really didn't flush my 2x EK XE 120mm rads and yeah, my reservoirs are full of small stuff mad.gif


Tried to google and watch youtube but it seems that there isn't a complete guide anywhere, why?

I don't want to use mayhem blitz or something like that. I have seen people mention distilled water and vinegar. Can I use normal boiled tap water with vinegar and then just flush a last time with distilled water?


Well, to keep it topic at the same time, here is a picture of a few parts Aquatuning sent me biggrin.gifthumb.gif

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While we are sharing pics again..

The roughing cutouts have been done,now to get the res made for the front and a more form fitting cutout for the GPU terminals/SLI bridge. I will machine that later today I think.....

After that...PAINT TIME!

I love the way I can see a lot of the hardware from 3 sides,so much so that clear coolant maybe the way forward.









5mm clearance from the top of the case to the GPU's......


So this is the rough clearance cutout,there will be a machined plate going full length that will have a closer tolerance of around .5mm.

JdexrVT.jpg

And the block just fills one side....

gwLmtAD.jpg
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Okay guys, I better start working with all my new parts from Alphacool tongue.gif

I have 2x 560mm radiators that I need to flush clean - how do I do it??


Last time, I really didn't flush my 2x EK XE 120mm rads and yeah, my reservoirs are full of small stuff mad.gif


Tried to google and watch youtube but it seems that there isn't a complete guide anywhere, why?

I don't want to use mayhem blitz or something like that. I have seen people mention distilled water and vinegar. Can I use normal boiled tap water with vinegar and then just flush a last time with distilled water?


Well, to keep it topic at the same time, here is a picture of a few parts Aquatuning sent me biggrin.gifthumb.gif



A lot of info out there. I used 30 percent vineger in distilled water 2 flushes first one u let sit 5 mins or so. Then I use 30 percent baking soda to distilled water two flushes to neutralize the acidity then 2 flushes with distilled water
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No problem there,remember to get a stop plug for the drain if you are using a valve,they sometimes drip.

Thanks for replying! Yes, I've bought a stop plug so that wont be an issue smile.gif
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Okay guys, I better start working with all my new parts from Alphacool tongue.gif

I have 2x 560mm radiators that I need to flush clean - how do I do it??


Last time, I really didn't flush my 2x EK XE 120mm rads and yeah, my reservoirs are full of small stuff mad.gif


Tried to google and watch youtube but it seems that there isn't a complete guide anywhere, why?

I don't want to use mayhem blitz or something like that. I have seen people mention distilled water and vinegar. Can I use normal boiled tap water with vinegar and then just flush a last time with distilled water?


Well, to keep it topic at the same time, here is a picture of a few parts Aquatuning sent me biggrin.gifthumb.gif


I'll be doing the same shortly with my new 360 and 480 rads... been googling a lot as well. Not comfy with using vinegar as well. I went to Biltema and bought 8L of distilled water, which I intend to boil, fill up half of the rads, shake and empty a couple of times...
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Correct me if I am wrong but after some research it appears pump speed is irrelevant if you have already overcome any restrictions? Isn't the only time you need to add another pump or use a bigger one is if you have too many components and it is reducing flow beyond your pumps ability? So if your pump has multiple settings and it works fine on the lowest setting then you have no reason to turn it up, right?
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Correct me if I am wrong but after some research it appears pump speed is irrelevant if you have already overcome any restrictions? Isn't the only time you need to add another pump or use a bigger one is if you have too many components and it is reducing flow beyond your pumps ability? So if your pump has multiple settings and it works fine on the lowest setting then you have no reason to turn it up, right?

If you get 1GPM then you're golden it seems to be the sweet spot in flow, any less has a negative effect any higher isn't adding to your cooling.
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And yet you run 2 DDC's for an SLI setup and another pair for just the CPU and a ram block? doh.gif

facepalm.jpg

theres a reason why I used quotations around overkill, and then in the same post, I complained about having to use the term overkill, and how I generally hate it all together....There was a point I was attempting to articulate

Its funny you bold that part, but literally right after that I said "however its obviously all relative" and its not just a cpu and a ram block. Its actually 4 waterblocks, with an extremely sophisticated crystal link setup, I literally went with 90 degree bends from start to finish.

This is my previous build where I used only 2 DDC:


Make no mistake, anyone with a build this size and with these components would have been using D5's for sure. Since I upgraded my pump setup, the change was MASSIVE, it suprised even me. Granted there was a few other small changes I made, but the bulk of it was due to the pump upgrade.

I dont know why but due to some peoples comments, the DDC is underrated, and my setup performs extremely well. Ive gotten some flak for this setup, and I remember when JamesWalt1 did his Robocop build with a similar pump configuration, the same thing happened. But both me and James are able to say weve actually tried both and know for certain which we prefer.

Good lord, my hate for the term overkill has never been this high. God forbid I decide to use it 1 time and it backfires this bad......mad.gif

Idk y but it went from most prefer d5 but both are good pumps to d5onry all else inferior.

I prefer ddcs bit frankly I like the micro pumps recently and may have to have some fun with those soon

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Quick question for you who know a bit more than I...

I've been thinking on where to pu my drain and temp sensor. I will be having a 480 rad lying down in the bottom of the case and was thinking of putting the drain and the temp like this



"Vatten in och ut" does of course mean "Water in and out"... I guess/hope this will work and cause no problems?

That will work fine assuming you have a 4+ port rad
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Okay guys, I better start working with all my new parts from Alphacool tongue.gif

I have 2x 560mm radiators that I need to flush clean - how do I do it??


Last time, I really didn't flush my 2x EK XE 120mm rads and yeah, my reservoirs are full of small stuff mad.gif


Tried to google and watch youtube but it seems that there isn't a complete guide anywhere, why?

I don't want to use mayhem blitz or something like that. I have seen people mention distilled water and vinegar. Can I use normal boiled tap water with vinegar and then just flush a last time with distilled water?


Well, to keep it topic at the same time, here is a picture of a few parts Aquatuning sent me biggrin.gifthumb.gif

No right or wrong way some may shake some boil water some use straight from tap others distilled only.

As for me i have something made that attaches to a water hose that I put on my hot water heater. Put the other side down a drain flush one side then reverse the flow and flush the other direction.

Some use vinegar others lemon juice others water .

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While we are sharing pics again..

The roughing cutouts have been done,now to get the res made for the front and a more form fitting cutout for the GPU terminals/SLI bridge. I will machine that later today I think.....

After that...PAINT TIME!

I love the way I can see a lot of the hardware from 3 sides,so much so that clear coolant maybe the way forward.









5mm clearance from the top of the case to the GPU's......


So this is the rough clearance cutout,there will be a machined plate going full length that will have a closer tolerance of around .5mm.

JdexrVT.jpg

And the block just fills one side....

gwLmtAD.jpg
that is pretty awesome
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People sure are passionate about the DDC v D5 discussion huh? applaud.gif



I seemed to have missed the firefight, narrowly.



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If you get 1GPM then you're golden it seems to be the sweet spot in flow, any less has a negative effect any higher isn't adding to your cooling.

Not quite accurate. 1 GPM is good flow and aim for most loops. Adding more flow will not gain you much correct. But you can easily run a loop at 0.5 GPM - 0.7 GPM and not having any "negative effect" since that would be enough for turbulent flow.



@eucalyptus search Martinliquidlab and cleaning rad and you will find good info. No need for vinegar or lemon juice. Just hot water shake drain method. Do that until the water coming out of the rad is clean and without debris. Martin method is the one Megaman described. Put the rad on the faucet and let warm water run through it (just be aware of tap house pressure so you don't damage your rad).
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