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Originally Posted by bobcool
I don't understand

It's sticky- who cares if you spill it's your falt, if it gunks up your system it's because you didn't dilute it properly.

It smells- if you can't handle 20min tops exposure to it your a wimp. It's not like the smell can leave your loop and stink up the room. Once it's in thats it no more smell.

It stains- once agian if your spilled it it's because you did something wrong.

ww is a fine product used properly
Water Wetter is garbage for PCs. Works great in my truck, but not in my loop. There are better anti corrosives out there and some are cheaper than WW.
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Is the loop I drawn ok?
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Is the loop I drawn ok?

what order did you have it going in? from the angle it was hard to tell
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what order did you have it going in? from the angle it was hard to tell
pump>block>res>rad>pump

dont know how if I should do rad before res.

And could somebody draw me a picture on how would be the best way to do it? I have time cause I am tired and I am going to finish it tomorow after school.

Edit: I cant have the pump like on the picture cause when I put the vid card in it doesnt fit, so I will prob have it behing the hd's, or outside?
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Originally Posted by pcharouz
pump>block>res>rad>pump

dont know how if I should do rad before res.

And could somebody draw me a picture on how would be the best way to do it? I have time cause I am tired and I am going to finish it tomorow after school.

Edit: I cant have the pump like on the picture cause when I put the vid card in it doesnt fit, so I will prob have it behing the hd's, or outside?

I think like I said before

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but for you, this might work better and have less tubing
res > pump > cpu > rad > res
so put the rad before the res so the res is feeding into the pump. This way the pump will have a good supply of water. You don't want the pump to run out of water lol.

and the pump will work like you have it. just make sure it's got lots of water. Plus, if you don't have the res right before the pump you'll have a fun time trying to fill/bleed your loop
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post #86 of 178
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Originally Posted by pcharouz
pump>block>res>rad>pump

dont know how if I should do rad before res.
YES! Looking good pcharouz........just put the res after the rad so that your res feeds the pump.........better pressure and the pump won't be sucking air that way.
  
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post #87 of 178
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Water Wetter is garbage for PCs. Works great in my truck, but not in my loop. There are better anti corrosives out there and some are cheaper than WW.
umm water wetter is $5 a bottle worked WONDERS on my loop in fact distilled watter and cosair coolant used to pull 44c load. with watter and water wetter it was 42-43c and last with purple ice it was 41c. I think and have proven it to myself that water wetter and purple ice are great add ins
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post #88 of 178
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Originally Posted by pcharouz
Edit: I cant have the pump like on the picture cause when I put the vid card in it doesnt fit, so I will prob have it behing the hd's, or outside?
No real need to make the pump external pcharouz. If you apply affective wire management to that rats nest, you should be able to turn the pump 90º and mount it on the side as marked by red square:
  
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post #89 of 178
Heres the deal, you can set the thing up in almost any order and it will cool your cpu enough as long as you have sufficent flow going to the waterblock. The difference would be minimal in relation to order of setup But! the optimal and standard loop is: Pump, Rad, CPU, Other blocks, Res, Pump.
I went to the extreme and made a mini city water system where you pump water to an elevated tower(1 Gal) to supply pressure down below. I don't know how much it helps, but it was fun!
http://www.rigshowcase.com/img/60DjEY4/3031
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post #90 of 178
Must be tired FF, didn't you mean pump water From the elevated tower?

As I not only run that exact same loop but actually have a similar concept small town water tower setup with the elevated gallon res providing extra centrifical force to the pump feed. So hearing about yours is just like Deja vu http://www.beefysworld.com/forums/sh...0&postcount=20
  
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