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Wait, what?

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Wait, what?

no no, i mean routing the tubing from inlet to outlet, best place and where to mount everything. i do however have another question....how tight should the bards be tightened to? just finger snug or ?
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I finger tighten it as much as possible and then do maybe 1/4 turn with a wrench. if the 1/4 turn was easy, I "may" go another 1/4 turn but slowly. I stop if I see I need more force than what I started the turn with to complete.
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General question to help me "locate" myself in terms of my temps. I still consider myself new to all of this.

Is this temp satisfactory or not?

10 hr 20 min. blended Prime95, error free, at a steady 51*C with 28*C ambient. That's a delta of 23*C, correct?

Temp was monitored the whole time by: Probe, Aida64 and CoreTemp. Aida64 & Core temp showed the same high temp of 51*C when I came home. Probe was showing 51*C as well.
post #5785 of 13773
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Guys, you should look at Lutro0's sleeving job on the pump wires

Link to his build is here.
http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...-beta-evo.html

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Looks like I forgot some pictures >.<

I will post these for the XSPC Rasa Kit Club.

How to sleeve the pump/res combo.


Basically I used an exacto knife and sliced a circle around...


Here, and then slit it down a little way and then pulled the tubing off, I left the tubing at the top because that’s what keeps the watertight seal.


Then I put two lengths of sleeve on the wires and covered it all up with a larger size of heatshrink, currently in this pic it is not shrunk.


I taped the wires because I had to put prong fittings on the end of them, otherwise you could just sleeve them like any other connector and put it back into the connector head. (with the original pins of course, they did have another layer of heatshrink that you will have to exacto knife off to make a clean shrink at the end.


This is your end result, a clean and easy mod.
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no no, i mean routing the tubing from inlet to outlet, best place and where to mount everything. i do however have another question....how tight should the bards be tightened to? just finger snug or ?
I'd say snug, but not too tight. The o-rings need to do their job. If you tighten it too much, they won't.

Whenever you get everything set up. Run the set up with nothing connected and check for leaks. Unless you're as ballsy as me, then don't worry about it lol
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General question to help me "locate" myself in terms of my temps. I still consider myself new to all of this.

Is this temp satisfactory or not?

10 hr 20 min. blended Prime95, error free, at a steady 51*C with 28*C ambient. That's a delta of 23*C, correct?

Temp was monitored the whole time by: Probe, Aida64 and CoreTemp. Aida64 & Core temp showed the same high temp of 51*C when I came home. Probe was showing 51*C as well.
Sounds good to me.
Depends on the OC though & what's running in your loop.
But that looks really good.
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Sounds good to me.
Depends on the OC though & what's running in your loop.
But that looks really good.
Ohhh... wait. That's true.

OC'ed to 4.013 Ghz @ 1.34 Volts - Only running the CPU.
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got my block installed....going really slow so i dont screw anything up..
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got my block installed....going really slow so i dont screw anything up..
Nice. Take pix as you go along! Once you do it once, it becomes almost second nature. The next time you work on it you will see how easy everything goes.
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