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dagnabbit! :/ lol

at least it's pretty.
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How does this look?

Pump>Rad>CPU>GPU>Res>Pump

I figured that this was just as important as ordering the parts I almost forgot

Now I believe that this would impact which fittings I use (i.e. standard vs. 45 vs. 90 degree) PLEASE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK!

I will be posting a final shopping cart based on your awesome recommendations tonight or tomorrow morning. (I'm keeping the sick res haha)

Didnt feel like opening AutoCAD so I just painted it up

Anyways I really appreciate all you guys have done for me will deff do a gift card giveaway soon to give back to this awesome community. And I promise Ill do a photoshoot once the loop and sleeving is done
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How does this look?

Pump>Rad>CPU>GPU>Res>Pump

I figured that this was just as important as ordering the parts I almost forgot

Now I believe that this would impact which fittings I use (i.e. standard vs. 45 vs. 90 degree) PLEASE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK!

I will be posting a final shopping cart based on your awesome recommendations tonight or tomorrow morning. (I'm keeping the sick res haha)

Didnt feel like opening AutoCAD so I just painted it up

Anyways I really appreciate all you guys have done for me will deff do a gift card giveaway soon to give back to this awesome community. And I promise Ill do a photoshoot once the loop and sleeving is done
Order doesn't really matter as long as the reservoir is before the pump. Other then that it doesn't matter. So what is your final parts list?
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Now I believe that this would impact which fittings I use (i.e. standard vs. 45 vs. 90 degree)
Please just let me know whether this is going to affect the fittings. And im putting together the cart right now.
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yeah you don't need the MPC-655 with speed control its a waste cause full power this beast is basically silent, with the price you estimated for yourself you could go water-chiller. http://www.jab-tech.com and http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ I think have the cheapest and use coupon code FACEBOOK on jab-tech for 5% off your order ;]

here is my chiller temps etc:
Attachment 186836

Edited by plagueis - 12/26/10 at 8:26pm
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So heres the final cart. I had a hard time finding tops for the mcp 355 and found this on performance pc(below). Is it worth it or should I just clamp it? Also any reason to add a T-line or QDC, or is it not necessary. Please share your opinions on above^ comments and the cart

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So heres the final cart. I had a hard time finding tops for the mcp 355 and found this on performance pc(below). Is it worth it or should I just clamp it? Also any reason to add a T-line or QDC, or is it not necessary. Please share your opinions on above^ comments and the cart
For the price of that pump I'd go for the Mcp-655B faster flow
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head>flow.
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So heres the final cart. I had a hard time finding tops for the mcp 355 and found this on performance pc(below). Is it worth it or should I just clamp it? Also any reason to add a T-line or QDC, or is it not necessary. Please share your opinions on above^ comments and the cart
No real need for a T-Line. It will just mean more $$. The only thing is that you need to place the kill coil in the loop somewhere which is where the T-Line can come in handy. Personally my recommendation would be to buy some PT-Nuke which is a small bottle of biocide. A few drops when you fill it will do quite well. It can't be bought from performance-pcs.com but it can be bought at sidewinders (Link) for $3.25 and it works just as well as the kill coil and is MUCH more user friendly. Normally you put a kill coil in the res but I wouldn't want to put it in such an awesome reservoir.
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For the price of that pump I'd go for the Mcp-655B faster flow
Faster flow but less head pressure which is needed for high restriction loops.


[Edit]
Just an FYI so it doesn't come as a surprise you're going to get 4 normal barbs in your package. Both of your blocks include barbs so you can just keep them off to the side in a box or something. Personally I use a fishing tackle box for all my computer stuff.
Edited by VW_TDI_02 - 12/26/10 at 9:22pm
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For the price of that pump I'd go for the Mcp-655B faster flow
Well as stated above, the mcp 355 would be better suited for my more restricted loop...
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