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post #201 of 262
You need 8mm ID and 10 mm OD. How to refil it without res : connect your pump with reservoir with one tube and dive reservoir into cooling liquid (destiled water +10% antifreeze) , leave other tube from pump unconnected. switch the pump on, when you see the liquid goes through unconnected tube and loop, connect the tube to the free barb on res, and tighten it wink.gif no air no bubbles, fully filled biggrin.gif .thumb.gif
Edited by xulos - 1/18/12 at 8:57am
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Originally Posted by cmeeks View Post

So who's going to be the first to mod an H100? Can't rename this club until someone does.

just ordered a reservoir and tubing from sidewinder, should have it by the end of the week. going on my h100, pics when done
post #203 of 262
got everything hooked up and bled, took about 2 hours, first time bleeding a loop, and the h100 pump is weak. barely spins the wheel in the res....

edit: pictures added, dropped temps by about 10c idle, about to do load testing

700700700
Edited by ofp 0651 - 1/31/12 at 8:22pm
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got everything hooked up and bled, took about 2 hours, first time bleeding a loop, and the h100 pump is weak. barely spins the wheel in the res....
edit: pictures added, dropped temps by about 10c idle, about to do load testing
700700700

welcome to the club! (; 10°C sounds nice but stupid question..were the ambient temps the same?! if yes what are the load differences?!

cheers
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Edited by slice259 - 6/25/12 at 3:34pm
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welcome to the club! (; 10°C sounds nice but stupid question..were the ambient temps the same?! if yes what are the load differences?!
cheers

It actually gave me about a 4-5c drop in idle and load. I changed my fan setup from just a pull to a push/pull config when I did the mod and forgot about that.

Anyways idle temps are usually around 23c and load is about 40c, this is now only with a fan pushing through the radiator. I turned off the two corsair fans, I'm going to be replacing them with something more quiet. I also have the cpu voltage at 1.62v right now, so it could definitely run cooler.
post #207 of 262
Hey guys, i have been looking at this thread, and now i will be modding my H70 to place it on my HTPC ever since i saw Caleal's mod. For now i'll change the rad to a 240mm rad (Swiftech MCR220) which i just bought and maybe i will add a res, but i might ditch it due to the advice on how to do it "res-less"
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You shouldn't have to refill it - it's a closed loop. It's not that difficult - all you do is:

1. fill a large bowl or small tub up with the distilled water + PT Nuke mixture. Submerge the rad in the tub.

2. Hook the outlet of the rad to the inlet of the pump. Attach one end of the other tube on the outlet of the pump and let it overhang the tub of distilled water mixture.

3. Prime the pump by sucking water through the system with your mouth on the outlet of the pump. Once the water hits your mouth, turn on the pump so that it's drawing water from the tub through the rad, through the pump, and back into the tub.

4. With the pump running, get as much air as possible out of the rad, tubes, and pump by whatever means necessary, shaking, tapping, etc. Make sure not to allow air to enter the inlet of the rad.

5. Once happy with the lack of air in the system, connect the only tube to the rad - your system is now closed and you're done.
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You need 8mm ID and 10 mm OD. How to refil it without res : connect your pump with reservoir with one tube and dive reservoir into cooling liquid (destiled water +10% antifreeze) , leave other tube from pump unconnected. switch the pump on, when you see the liquid goes through unconnected tube and loop, connect the tube to the free barb on res, and tighten it wink.gif no air no bubbles, fully filled biggrin.gif .thumb.gif

Thanks for the tips guys, i could use res but i might go without it if i can do this easily enough.

In the end, i do plan to add a universal GPU block and water my GTS 450 as well. As for fans, i'll use some GT2150's (when they arrive).
   
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post #208 of 262
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Hey guys, i have been looking at this thread, and now i will be modding my H70 to place it on my HTPC ever since i saw Caleal's mod. For now i'll change the rad to a 240mm rad (Swiftech MCR220) which i just bought and maybe i will add a res, but i might ditch it due to the advice on how to do it "res-less"
Thanks for the tips guys, i could use res but i might go without it if i can do this easily enough.
In the end, i do plan to add a universal GPU block and water my GTS 450 as well. As for fans, i'll use some GT2150's (when they arrive).

2 things.. dont use a res.. use a small fillport/fillres because you will loose so many frikkin nerves to get your loop filled and sealed without it.
and.. i am not sure if the pump you are planning to use will grant you the needed flow. like ive said.. im not sure and it does not mean it is impossible
but better re-re-recheck before you start doing this. another thing. 240 rad for gpu and cpu?! i think if you dont plan to overclock much it could work
but at the cost of silence cuz i bet you cant run the coolers at 600-700. so far.. GL
post #209 of 262
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Originally Posted by smex View Post

2 things.. dont use a res.. use a small fillport/fillres because you will loose so many frikkin nerves to get your loop filled and sealed without it.
and.. i am not sure if the pump you are planning to use will grant you the needed flow. like ive said.. im not sure and it does not mean it is impossible
but better re-re-recheck before you start doing this. another thing. 240 rad for gpu and cpu?! i think if you dont plan to overclock much it could work
but at the cost of silence cuz i bet you cant run the coolers at 600-700. so far.. GL

My mod will go on my HTPC, where i don't plan to OC much. Plus, if worse comes to worst, as i will be recycling the liquid from my H70 i could reattach the original rad somewhere into the loop, giving me 360mm of rad space without many issues (methinks).

How do i check if my pump will give me enough flow/pressure? I do know it is crappy compared to a standalone pump, but i've seen many people using it for a similar setup i have in mind.

Main reason for this mod is silence. I plan to use some GT-2150's connected to a PWM fan regulator, so i can take control of them via software.
   
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post #210 of 262
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hard to tell exactly.
i can tell ya this.. my h50 pump did manage 1x 120mm rad + 1x 240mm rad + one bigger cylindric res with the 1inch tubes @ q9300 @ 3.5ghz @ 1.3x Volt ( barely.. 3.3-3.4 was better)
i cannot tell how it would behave on full load with a gpu block added. if its just about cpu or silent computing i think it should be fine.
but like i said.. without a res / smaller fillport it is a very dirty and wuaarghzsss job to get it closed, without bubbles and without chemicals in yo mouth biggrin.gif
you can see it on the first page..
Edited by smex - 2/27/12 at 6:05am
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