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Originally Posted by gumbie;11737558 
Looks good, But i would probably run your pump

Here, as you may find it might be a pain to run your tubes over your gfx card and it might look a little cleaner, Also you have some sort of airflow for your pump smile.gif

I think i'll have to have a play with the pump. At the moment the corner seems like to best place so it doesn't disrupt airflow from the only intake fan. But when i get my tubing i'll see how well it bends and then i can place my pump accordingly.

That damn pump is so big lol. Such a pain.
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Originally Posted by Syrillian;11737590 
It looks like it might be difficult to fill the reservoir in the location that you have it.

That does not mean you couldn't have the reservoir loose while filling, then secure it once the loop is full and bled.

Maybe more the reservoir closer to the perimeter of the interior.

What reservoir are you going to use?

Syr I have to loosen up my res when I fill it, yeah its a pain but I only do it like.. once a month biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by jackbrennan2008;11737612 
I think i'll have to have a play with the pump. At the moment the corner seems like to best place so it doesn't disrupt airflow from the only intake fan. But when i get my tubing i'll see how well it bends and then i can place my pump accordingly.

That damn pump is so big lol. Such a pain.

Mine wont bend that close with the adaptors (im running 3/8 tubing). If it were Tagon I would say that you're good but only time will tell smile.gif
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post #13 of 19
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Originally Posted by Syrillian;11737590 
It looks like it might be difficult to fill the reservoir in the location that you have it.

That does not mean you couldn't have the reservoir loose while filling, then secure it once the loop is full and bled.

Maybe more the reservoir closer to the perimeter of the interior.

What reservoir are you going to use?

I've bolted the res on through one of the motherboard mounting holes im not using. So i'll just unscrew it and fill it up then screw it back on again.
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by gumbie;11737606 
It says it at the very top of his post >.>

oopsies... my bad. redface.gif


In that case, I would move the reservoir to a more "forward" location to ease filling, or use a fillport combination.

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Originally Posted by dcshoejake;11737613 
Syr I have to loosen up my res when I fill it, yeah its a pain but I only do it like.. once a month biggrin.gif


Mine wont bend that close with the adaptors (im running 3/8 tubing). If it were Tagon I would say that you're good but only time will tell smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jackbrennan2008;11737620 
I've bolted the res on through one of the motherboard mounting holes im not using. So i'll just unscrew it and fill it up then screw it back on again.

Fair enough... and works well.

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Thanks for the input everyone!

I'm still waiting for my tubing to turn up so until then i think i'm happy with the layout seeing as it will 'work' which is a major starting point for me smile.gif. When it comes to ease of use i guess i just have to use the system for a few weeks to find out what annoys me and what doesen't smile.gif.
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Enjoy the benefits of liquid cooling and the experience that comes along with the cooling upgrade.

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Just curious, since I am building a similar loop in my 800d, why don't you put the pump in the PSU compartment and run the tubing through the water cooling holes? It will be out of sight there and there is plenty of unobstructed space, unless I am missing something, it seems like an ideal spot for it.
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Just curious, since I am building a similar loop in my 800d, why don't you put the pump in the PSU compartment and run the tubing through the water cooling holes? It will be out of sight there and there is plenty of unobstructed space, unless I am missing something, it seems like an ideal spot for it.

The pump is too big. It might work if you got it inthere on an angle or something, but i don't want my pump rolling aruond in my case. I've tried with an without the 140mm fan it just doesn't work out.

The MCP655 is a pretty big pump.
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Exactly how big is the 655? I've been considering getting one and putting it in the lower compartment of my P183, but if it won't fit... frown.gif.
     
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