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Okay so I put together my shopping cart with all bitspower stuff and it would be 200Euros (without angled fittings)

Think this is all the fittings I will need including the drainvalve.

Inhoudwinkelwagen1.pdf 75k .pdf file

If I would get the drainpoint from bitspower and the other fittings from EK it would be around 130 Euros.

Other thing I still need to get are some leds for in the EK blocks.

What should I do guys. So no angled fittings, I'll get those when I have to drain my loop for the first time.

Edit: Decided to go with EK fittings and the drainport/valve from Bitspower.

Gonna order now, also my 7 leds, to bad the gpu's don't have led lighting holes frown.gif
I was gonna get a 2-pin led station, but that's out of stock so gonna look for that on ebay maybe.
Now I'm thinking I can just glue those leds on my gpu waterblock right?
Edited by -SpArkLeS- - 2/24/14 at 5:38am
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Originally Posted by -SpArkLeS- View Post

Okay so I put together my shopping cart with all bitspower stuff and it would be 200Euros (without angled fittings)

Think this is all the fittings I will need including the drainvalve.

Inhoudwinkelwagen1.pdf 75k .pdf file

If I would get the drainpoint from bitspower and the other fittings from EK it would be around 130 Euros.

Other thing I still need to get are some leds for in the EK blocks.

What should I do guys. So no angled fittings, I'll get those when I have to drain my loop for the first time.

Edit: Decided to go with EK fittings and the drainport/valve from Bitspower.

Gonna order now, also my 7 leds, to bad the gpu's don't have led lighting holes frown.gif
I was gonna get a 2-pin led station, but that's out of stock so gonna look for that on ebay maybe.
Now I'm thinking I can just glue those leds on my gpu waterblock right?

CAn you get xspc fittings? They're cheap and really good.
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Accidentally toppled my heatgun and the hot nozzle landed on my fan controller knob for a while.
Melted a huge dent into the knob. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
frown.gif And so that's an excuse to change the knob to a nicer one! biggrin.gif The new one's coming in this evening. biggrin.gif

Ouch.
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Guys,

I'm looking at my picture and I'm deciding on the fittings and how my tubing will be routed. I'm really having problems with connecting the 200mm rad.

I've also decided that I'm gonna get the EK fittings, the bitspower ones are just too expensive.

Seriously I'm clueless tongue.gif

Any help is welcome. I really want to finish this. I was hoping to finish the build this weekend but that probably won't happen since the 90° csq fittings from EK aren't in stock.
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I'm not a water cooling guy, and I'm not familiar with your parts, but if the top of the pump is an output, then why not something like this?



You don't really show where the input to your res is, but if it's in the top this should make a good loop.
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post #15354 of 18197

Hey everyone!

 

Its been a long long week for me but my build is finally complete!

 

After receiving my Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra and my M6E Mobo waterblock I decided to finish it off and add in my 120mm Alphacool Rad.

 

My setup before:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First thing was first, time to De-lid my 4770k!!!

 

 

 

Clean it up and add in some CLU.

 

 

 

 

Next was to remove the stock heat sinks and replace with my M6E block.

Then came the re-build....

 

 

 

 

I mounted a Corsair SP120 Performance edition outside the case for the 120mm rad inside the case and covered it with a Phobya Fan cover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I also got a set of NZXT 200mm Sleeved LED's for more bling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let me know what you all think :thumb:

post #15355 of 18197
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Hey everyone!


Nice rig!!

As far i can see, it seems that you can't actually add that 200mm phobya radiator without removing bay cages... i think thats a newer version of the rad; can you place a 200mm rad without modding?
 
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Nice rig!!

As far i can see, it seems that you can't actually add that 200mm phobya radiator without removing bay cages... i think thats a newer version of the rad; can you place a 200mm rad without modding?

 

Thanks man :thumb:

 

I'm pretty sure people here have mounted it without removing the drive bays. There is a video somewhere on Youtube where the rad is mounted the right way up (mine is upside down) and all they did was cut a small square hole in the bottom of the drive cages about 2cm square where the bleeder plug is located for access to it. Cutting that small hole it should fit nice and snug in there.

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Originally Posted by -SpArkLeS- View Post
Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post



I'm not a water cooling guy, and I'm not familiar with your parts, but if the top of the pump is an output, then why not something like this?



You don't really show where the input to your res is, but if it's in the top this should make a good loop.

 

Merg is right sparkles, that loop would be the better option if its possible to do?

 

Have you thought about spinning your res around the other way and making a dedicated fill port elsewhere? If you could it would be a lot better again. Go from your GPUs to your res, res to your pump, pump to your 200mm rad, 200mm rad to CPU?

post #15358 of 18197
Quote:
CAn you get xspc fittings? They're cheap and really good.

Nope, but it's ok I ordered the EK ones and the Bitspower valve. I think I'll be okay smile.gif thx
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Ouch.
I'm not a water cooling guy, and I'm not familiar with your parts, but if the top of the pump is an output, then why not something like this?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

You don't really show where the input to your res is, but if it's in the top this should make a good loop.

Oh that looks even cleaner, I assumed you always needed to connect the pump directly to the res.
It's the bitspower res 150. How it's placed now I have 3 on top and 1 on the bottem. I would set it up like this so I could use one of the top as a fillport.
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Originally Posted by Buttsy View Post

Hey everyone!

Its been a long long week for me but my build is finally complete!

After receiving my Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra and my M6E Mobo waterblock I decided to finish it off and add in my 120mm Alphacool Rad.

My setup before:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
















First thing was first, time to De-lid my 4770k!!!







Clean it up and add in some CLU.










Next was to remove the stock heat sinks and replace with my M6E block.
Then came the re-build....










I mounted a Corsair SP120 Performance edition outside the case for the 120mm rad inside the case and covered it with a Phobya Fan cover.


































I also got a set of NZXT 200mm Sleeved LED's for more bling.















Let me know what you all think thumb.gif

Nice! Good idea, extra rad space if you mount fan on the outside. thumb.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by Alxz View Post

Nice rig!!

As far i can see, it seems that you can't actually add that 200mm phobya radiator without removing bay cages... i think thats a newer version of the rad; can you place a 200mm rad without modding?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Buttsy View Post

Thanks man thumb.gif

I'm pretty sure people here have mounted it without removing the drive bays. There is a video somewhere on Youtube where the rad is mounted the right way up (mine is upside down) and all they did was cut a small square hole in the bottom of the drive cages about 2cm square where the bleeder plug is located for access to it. Cutting that small hole it should fit nice and snug in there.

Nope, you can't fit it without cutting in the drive bays. It's not much but there isn't enough room.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Buttsy View Post

Merg is right sparkles, that loop would be the better option if its possible to do?

Have you thought about spinning your res around the other way and making a dedicated fill port elsewhere? If you could it would be a lot better again. Go from your GPUs to your res, res to your pump, pump to your 200mm rad, 200mm rad to CPU?

Hmmm no not really, really wanted to use the res as a fillport.
post #15359 of 18197
You do not HAVE to have the res feed the pump directly but it is the common, and safer practice. Many people think that these watercooling pumps suck water in. They do not. They require a consistent supply or air will be pushed through, or worse, you run the pump completely dry.

I would not recommend the setup proposed above for 2 reasons.

1: You cannot tell if there is an sufficient supply of fluid as you cannot see into the radiator

2: (And more importantly) The fluid in the tube feeding the pump would have to fight gravity and this would cause a potential problem in priming the pump reliably.

If you feel comfortable and confident that the pump will be consistently supplied with fluid, then there is nothing technically wrong with the loop above, but I would advise against it.
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Originally Posted by Ice Reign View Post

You do not HAVE to have the res feed the pump directly but it is the common, and safer practice. Many people think that these watercooling pumps suck water in. They do not. They require a consistent supply or air will be pushed through, or worse, you run the pump completely dry.

I would not recommend the setup proposed above for 2 reasons.

1: You cannot tell if there is an sufficient supply of fluid as you cannot see into the radiator

2: (And more importantly) The fluid in the tube feeding the pump would have to fight gravity and this would cause a potential problem in priming the pump reliably.

If you feel comfortable and confident that the pump will be consistently supplied with fluid, then there is nothing technically wrong with the loop above, but I would advise against it.
Damn it! I knew something was wrong with that, too bad because the tube route looked much cleaner.
oh well guess I'll use the other setup
If someone figures out a better routing smile.gif

For now this will be it
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