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soooooo where is the actual build log? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by pcnoob1;12807937 
soooooo where is the actual build log? tongue.gif

Exactly.

Also, Waffle this is how you install a shoggy sandwich:

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3msg7Brr_PM[/ame]


The problem with overheating is a genuine concern with the Laing DDC series pumps, so I would recommend cutting the sandwich in three pieces. Use one piece on either of the mounting feet, and discard the third piece. This should leave a lot of airflow under the bottom of the pump and prevent any potential issues.

Another thing to note is that most of the overheating issues are caused when you use this pump is a loop with almost no restriction as the aftermarket top allows it to reach very high flow rates. This high flow causes the pump to work too hard and overheat. Your loop will offer more than enough restriction and the modified installation of the shoggy sandwich will rid you of any potential pump failure.
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Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle;12806530 
Thanks. smile.gif

Odd that you can't seem to buy 1/2" standoffs anywhere. Well, not anywhere near me.

I just hope it still works, fiddling with my 5970 in that manner felt dangerous, lachen.gif, my hands were shaking when I installed the thermal pads.

Quick question, I have an anti vibration pad thing for the pump (referred to as a "Shoggy Sandwich", iirc?), do I just plonk the pump on top of it? I remember hearing something about pumps dying as the main source of heat is at the bottom, an therefore needs some sort of ventilation?
Not our fault you live on an island.. rolleyes.gif
Nerves like that mean you're doing it correctly, it says so in the EK manual...
Heating is a problem for the DDCs as charlie mentioned, D5s tend to run cooler and are naturally more open to air circulation since the hot part isn't on the bottom.
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Originally Posted by gre0481;12806923 
My pump MCP655 sit on a rubber pad, which has holes for you to bolt the pump down normally. But yes, when you mount the pump, sandwich the pad between the pump, and the part of the chassis you secure to; whether you mount it upside down, sideways, etc. The rad should help cool the pump; it's essentially water cooled. If your pump isn't getting proper cooling, I don't think the pump getting enough air is the problem.
As above, DDCs need air/heatsink around the PCB (bottom) to be cooled effectively and not burn out.
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Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle;12806971 
I should probably fill out the water-cooling parts at some point. As well as the rest of the contents. lachen.gif

Mine is just a foam pad, no holes in it as far as I know, which confused me initially. I might just fashion myself one out of some thick rubber or something, I can't really secure something into foam, unless I use double sided tape, which doesn't sound like the best option.

Then again, that's how I'm mounting the rad. upsidedwnsmiley.gif

Thanks for the help, and kind words. smile.gif

Apparently double-sided tape works wonders, I've never been brave enough to try though biggrin.gif

Also, why does charlie always have to beat me to WC questions? tongue.gif
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Well, I don't have a DDC Pump, so it doesn't matter about the bottom ventilation?

I've been busy today, cutting the midplate holes and installing a few things. Just made a large order of things at SpecialTech too, to complete the picture. wink.gif

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Looks clean... other than the res... Take that thing off and clean the inside
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Nice idea taking off the blue Gigabyte things from the mobo heatsinks. It looks a lot better this way, and now they match your SuperTalent ram too. thumb.gif
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can't wait to see this come together smile.gif
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Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle;12799608 
lachen.gif, I miss L4D2, sad-smiley-002.gif

Wonder if this netbook with it's Intel GPU can run it at 1024 x 600, laugher.gif

i tried that once. don't bother.
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Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle;12814766 
Well, I don't have a DDC Pump, so it doesn't matter about the bottom ventilation?

I've been busy today, cutting the midplate holes and installing a few things. Just made a large order of things at SpecialTech too, to complete the picture. wink.gif

What exact pump do you have then?


Also you need to clean that reservoir out more it looks like it's still stained red.
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Assuming you have a D5, then just mount it wherever. I have never had any heat troubles with mine, and all I'm running from it is a single block and 240mm rad. It stays wonderfully cool and calm.
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86;12814965 
Looks clean... other than the res... Take that thing off and clean the inside
It does a little, I'll give it a good clean. smile.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by HobieCat;12814972 
Nice idea taking off the blue Gigabyte things from the mobo heatsinks. It looks a lot better this way, and now they match your SuperTalent ram too. thumb.gif
It does, thanks, biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55;12819626 
What exact pump do you have then?
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