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I have done a lot over this week.

Here's a raw preview for you guys:



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lovin those enermax ties.
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What's up with the tubing Y connectors? Poor man's parallel configuration or something? Why not just use an EK Bridge?
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What's up with the tubing Y connectors? Poor man's parallel configuration or something? Why not just use an EK Bridge?
Dual input, dual output. This way one card doesn't heat up the other. Also I don't have EK blocks so the holes don't line up for that block. I was looking at it earlier actually.
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Dual input, dual output. This way one card doesn't heat up the other. Also I don't have EK blocks so the holes don't line up for that block. I was looking at it earlier actually.
You can do the same thing with normal fittings - just connect the bottom card to the top card on both holes.

Here is an example of how to do this with triple cards - for you with dual just remove the bottom card:



You will still get the parallel setup without the extra tubing.
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Looks good and you should be happy with it for a long time. But i have to ask did you pre-flush out the rads, gpu and cpu blocks? Before putting everything together? As it looks like you just went out the box on everything. Just wondering i guess.

Thanks for sharing because sharing is caring.
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
You can do the same thing with normal fittings - just connect the bottom card to the top card on both holes.

Here is an example of how to do this with triple cards - for you with dual just remove the bottom card:



You will still get the parallel setup without the extra tubing.
Well I considered this as well but the entire idea I was looking for is to keep each card completely separate from the other (almost like a 2 in 1 loop).

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Looks good and you should be happy with it for a long time. But i have to ask did you pre-flush out the rads, gpu and cpu blocks? Before putting everything together? As it looks like you just went out the box on everything. Just wondering i guess.

Thanks for sharing because sharing is caring.
Actually now that I think about it, this was one thing that I can't believe I overlooked.

Since my system is up already I am really against taking it apart again but I will definitely flush everything thoroughly next time I change the water (in 4-5 months).
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Not too keen on the ties, looks a bit toyish to me...
Other than that, beautiful!
    
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We all do it when we get new stuff. Typical as we are really enjoying it too much and forget about the simple stuff.
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