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What are your temps with this build? I'm very curious because I'm planning on doing a similar loop but with 2 GPU's and a third radiator on the back intake. Would adding that third radiator help at all? Thanx in advance and thats a FANTASTIC build u have right there! + rep fosho. smile.gif
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i have done a bit more with mine to make it a bit more respectable tongue.gif
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i do like this pic smile.gif
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WOW, you amazing me again Evocarlos. Now I have another question for you, are your 3 GPUs and your CPU in parallel?? Not exactly sure how that GPU block works. If so, how are your temps??
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post #4243 of 18196
Just a quick update on my current build...

Ordered some stuff today:

Koolance 12VDC fan and pump controller
Koolance 24VDC pump controller (I am using this as a fan controller for the 24VDC fans I have in my build)
Tygon Silver Tubing
120mm San Ace 24VDC fan (171 CFM)
Fan finger gaurds and filters
MDPC-x sleeving and heat shrink
MDPC-x crimp tool kit
600T side panel w/ window kit

I figured I would get some of the smaller ticket items out of the way -- that way the build shows more progress.
 
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post #4244 of 18196
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There's a lot going on in that 600T! And yes that's a hand in there. Less fans and better cable management for that 600T SE is in the works. Lol!

Jeje...what about this?....Need advice, wich fans of this I should use and in what position?.

Firs in spanish (sorry).


He comprado 3 Enermax (de los blancos que suenan poquito).

UCCL12

http://www.amazon.es/gp/product/images/B001DA3NBO/ref=dp_image_0?ie=UTF8&n=599370031&s=electronics

Mi idea es:

Quitar el superior de 200mm (guardarlo) y poner 2 Enermax ahí... (metiendo si es mejor)

Poner otro Enermax en el fondo sacando aire

Para el Genesis utilizar dos corsair (los que vienen con el H50, que son de la casa AKASA que tienen un presión aproximada de 3.8 , muy alta).

Los dos Ventus II utilizarlos para sustituir el de entrada de 200mm (y quitar el otro), o igual cortar la rejilla y dejar el de 200 mm.

Dejar un shark de 140mm donde está (metiendo aire), en la bahi de 5 1/4

Así me sobrarian: 3 de 200mm (Que son los que tengo) , 1 shark de 140 mm (tengo 2) y todavía tengo 4 Silverstone AFN121 (los normalitos, creo que son).

Asi pues simplemente estaría sacando aire el Enermax del fondo?.

Qué te parece esto?, se te ocurre alguna disposición mejor con los ventiladores actuales que tengo?. También busco obtener el mínimo ruido posible.

Serían para conectar a un scythe Kaza (gran rehobús, que es capaz de parar los ventis al mínimo) y otros al integrado de la corsair 600T (SE).

Perdón por el rollo, agradezco mucho tus consejos...no me gusta mucho andar probando....es por optimizar algo más con los ventis que tengo y los enermax que compré (en gran medida por su baja sonoridad).

Gracias, un saluido.

________________________________________________-

For last in english (google translate...xD)

Enermax I bought 3 (of the little white ring).

UCCL12

http://www.amazon.es/gp/product/images/B001DA3NBO/ref=dp_image_0?
ie = UTF8 & n = 599370031 & s = electronics

My idea is:

Remove top 200mm (store) and put 2 Enermax there ...
(if it's getting better)

Put another Enermax at the bottom drawing air

To use two corsair Genesis (which come with the H50, which are
AKASA house with a pressure of approximately 3.8, very high).

The two Ventus II used to replace the 200mm input (and
remove the other), or just cut the grill and let the 200 mm.

Leave a 140mm shark where it is (getting air), in the bay of 5 1 / 4

So I left over: 3 200mm (which are the ones I have), 1 140 mm shark
(I have 2) and yet I have 4 AFN121 Silverstone (the average, I think
are).

Thus air would just be taking the Enermax in the background?.

How about this?, You think of a better arrangement with the
Current fans I have?. I also seek to obtain the minimum noise
possible.

Be for connecting to a scythe Kaza (large rehobús, which is capable of
Ventis stop at a minimum) and others to the Corsair 600T integrated
(SE).

Sorry about the scroll, I very much appreciate your advice ... do not really like
.... is trying to walk more to optimize Ventis I have and
I bought the Enermax (largely for its low noise).

Thank you, a healthy.

_____________________________________--


Advice...please!!!, I´m planing put in the case rehobus and in a scythe kaze.


THANK YOU!!, regards...
post #4245 of 18196
Alright, I need some input on my color scheme, right now I have the white SE case with a ASUS board with blue heatsinks. I'm trying to figure out what color sleeving to use, I plan on going water cooled later so I'm trying to keep the tube color in mind also. Right now I'm stuck between white sleeves and blue tubing or vice versa. I don't want to much white, but I do like the clean look it gives.
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post #4246 of 18196
I have a graphite case, with an ASUS MOBO with blue heatsinks. I have blue Primochill tubing, and it looks good with the MOBO. But I do like the look of solid white tubing, and with your case it would look great.

Maybe do white tubing, with white/blue sleeving. And use a ratio of 2:1 or 3:1 blue:white for the sleeving for blue to match your MOBO and a touch of white to tie it all in.

@Jabba. I would get rid of the crummy 200mm fans, and use all 120s and keep the 140 in the 5.25 bay. 2x120mm will fit in the front under the 5.25 bays, just need to drill holes to mount the fans. And if your feeling good, you could cut/mount for a fan on the bottom by the PSU for air to be pushed up directly to your GPU.
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i have done a bit more with mine to make it a bit more respectable tongue.gif
copperheads

13112011820.jpg

Stunning build dude! Love it!
post #4248 of 18196
Ok I decided to go with a black and white theme, with blue accents. So today I went and picked up some black sleeved extensions, and painted my PSU black to hold me over untill I pick up a new one.
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I really like that copper look. Have you used any clear coat spray on the pipes to prevent or slow oxidization? How do you clean them? It really looks good, but I wonder if it will get dull over time? That's a really good job. You should fill out your system specs so we can see it at the bottom of your comments.
hey
well they will dull over time but i,ll be buying a brass plating kit soon to make the pipes gold looking to match the rest of the build also that will stop the dulling smile.gif
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What are your temps with this build? I'm very curious because I'm planning on doing a similar loop but with 2 GPU's and a third radiator on the back intake. Would adding that third radiator help at all? Thanx in advance and thats a FANTASTIC build u have right there! + rep fosho. smile.gif
hey well i had thought about putting a black ice gt 120 in the back but it seams that the 200 + 240mm rads are fine for this build
see images below smile.gif
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WOW, you amazing me again Evocarlos. Now I have another question for you, are your 3 GPUs and your CPU in parallel?? Not exactly sure how that GPU block works. If so, how are your temps??
hey yes the cpu and gpu's are all running in parallel the ek link just feeds cool water into the in ports on the card and then takes the hot out the other so you only need 2 pipes
like in this image smile.gif ive put the images in thumb nail so you can see the numbers just clicky smile.gif
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as for the temps
here is maximum load after about 5mins gpu's around 60c and cpu @ 64-66c cpu only seams to be running at 4ghz :s need to fix that hehe
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and heres shortlly after coming off full load
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the gpu's with the air coolers on were running inexcess of 100c during gaming now they hover aroung 48c while playing BF3 on full settings
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Stunning build dude! Love it!
thanks man more to come smile.gif
Edited by Evocarlos - 11/16/11 at 5:23pm
post #4250 of 18196
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Did some upgrades to my rig and case! Got a new PSU. Picked up the NZXT HALE90 850W and re-did my cable management. Added a new GPU as well. EVGA GTX 560! Loving this case a lot! Looks much better in person!

I like how your PSU is white and goes with your case.

I have finally figured out how this editor works with the "multi quote" but unfortunately it looks like it will only work on the current page. If you click to go to the next page the editor will be empty (which makes sense I guess). So, I'll just have to remember to copy all the text in the editor before I go to the next page and then paste it all back in (unless someone knows something I don't?).
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