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Originally Posted by HolicXII;14120425 
Wow, this thread is dying off. ;/ I finally mounted my rad and got the thing off the ground. But it finally started nope.jpg on me. My current loop goes as: Aquabay M1 > H70 > 120m rad. I'll be able to post pictures tomorrow, if I can get my loop to start. There's way too much air in my loop, because I don't have a ******* fill port. X_X Aquabay is a horrible drive bay reservoir. It has a nice flow meter on it, but no fill port and if you have to change something you have to cut the tubing to get it out of the bay slot.

The h70 will only pump the air out and circulate coolant when it's horizontal. Which is irritating and I need it up.

So I'm just thinking about completely redoing my loop. I just wanted to know what you guys think.

Koolance baydrive Reservoir w/ slots for up to 2 PMP400 Pumps for two loops >10mm>6mm> h70 6mm>10mm > 3X120 koolance rad

And later on I would add a second pump into the reservoir and add a 2nd loop for my gpu.
res side1>pump 1 >10mm>6mm> H70 >6mm>10mm> h70 120 rad

koolance reservoir ><<br />
res side2>pump2 >koolance 6990 block > 2x120mm 30 fpi rad

Main question: Is it okay to add a second pump to my h70 loop? Or what if I bought a a single res bay drive, more powerful pump, run the h70 and a gpu block on one loop with one 3 or 4x120mm rad, would that run okay? Not sure what to do.

Also, you did a really nice job capwn. Have you installed it in your case yet?

The 2nd pump in the buckle of H70, yes.

It is cool to plan with one Reservoir bay Koolance

Do not change a diameter of tube, makes everything 6mm there
And makes your buckle for the shortest
Edited by BaByBlue69 - 7/5/11 at 10:45pm
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here mine biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by exzited;14120759 
here mine biggrin.gif

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Aah styles are interest, as long as the rad does not warm the liquid biggrin.gif
Edited by BaByBlue69 - 7/5/11 at 11:07pm
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Aah styles are interest, as long as the rad does not warm the liquid biggrin.gif

i got 3 intakes and 2 out takes biggrin.gif i idle at around 28 biggrin.gif full load is around 50-52 depending on ambient biggrin.gif, doesnt look horribly bad xD
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Alright, so after a long, tiring weekend, and many trips to homedepot I finally got this machine up and running!

I kept everything the same. I didn't add on anything like I planned. I got talked out of it by a guy who's staying at my hotel. He's done over 40 w/c systems and thinks it's kinda a waste to waterblock my 6990 and add everything else on at this point. I didn't want to spend an extra 400+ and not really see a return on it. As I really haven't been able to utilize my 6990 yet. :/ Oh well.

Anyways, I add a brass T-line at the back of my rad to fill/drain/bleed the line. And boy, my H70 runs a lot more powerful now that all the pressurize air is out! Temps are: core0-36C | core1-32C | core2-35C | core3-35C. Just adding more fluid and changing the position of my rad has really helped my temps! biggrin.gif

Anyways, here's a picture story of what happened:

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The aqua bay tank. I had to flip it upside down. After I installed everything I noticed I put the tubes in the wrong place. It was pumping from the top hole. asdkjfasldjfasl;dkjf and I already put all the fluid in. So flipping the ***** was the easier of the two options.



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Everything is installed at this point, ran it a couple of times to see if the loop would run. All I have left is to finish wiring the case temp readers.

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There she is. Finally done!
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All that room inside the case, and you have the rad and fans outside the case?confused.gif

Also, the straight through flow of that tee setup doesn't make for easy bleeding. It works better if the water has to change directions, and the tee line is off the top of the fitting.
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All that room inside the case, and you have the rad and fans outside the case?confused.gif

Also, the straight through flow of that tee setup doesn't make for easy bleeding. It works better if the water has to change directions, and the tee line is off the top of the fitting.



If I had the rad and the fans in my case I wouldn't of been able to put my graphic card in the first PCIE slot. And since the thing is so huge I can't put it in the second one because it jams my mobo wiring. 6990 is way too big for it's own good.

So then were should I have put the t-line? I was deathly afraid of leakage so I wanted to put it outside of the case. And thank god I did, because I forgot to put teflon tape on the fitings the first time I fired it up! mad.gif Leakage like a mother****er.

But for now it's running fine, no leaks so far.
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Guys, i modded my h50, i using 2 rad.

1. 240 cooler master old time rad giving by friend. Mout at the back of the case.
2. 120 ori rad on top of the case.
3. No res in the loop.

Question is, i feel like a lot of air trap in rad. So any idea?
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reee!! hey..
sry for beeing offline so long, i updated the memberlist, welcome HolicXII, RomeoOG, jdobbs86, Capwn, Doglips, Caleal, exzited and taxidoor biggrin.gif

You did incredible things with the "Hnumberthingy", too bad it´s effiency is limited from a point and no modding can make it better without taking the h50 out of the loop because its copperhead limits the heat migration due its flowrate and size(rawcopper smile.gif )

I´ll give my H50 a last try with a 240 rad i have left since i´m on my second rig on air again.. later buddies
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So who's going to be the first to mod an H100? Can't rename this club until someone does.
    
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