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post #1 of 23
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after i got my HAF-X for 2/3 of the price i jumped the gun on a new WC setup. everything has been ordered and is payed so im waiting for the stuff to be delivered

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Products: 2 x Anschlusskit Schlauchtüllen 13mm (1/2") G1/4" gerade11,33 CHF*
6 x Yate Loon D12SM-12 mit Stecker (1650rpm) ( 120x120x25mm )6,80 CHF*
2 x Schlauch PVC 15,9/11,1mm (7/16"ID) UV-aktiv Blue1,79 CHF*
1 x Fillport silber vernickelt universal7,93 CHF*
1 x 13mm (1/2") Schlauchadapter auf G1/4 IG inkl. Verschlussstopfen3,62 CHF*
2 x 13mm (1/2") Y Schlauchverbinder - Messing vernickelt2,94 CHF*
1 x Phobya DC12-400 12Volt Pump49,79 CHF*
1 x Phobya G-Changer 360 Ver. 1.2 Black79,40 CHF*
1 x EK Water Blocks EK-Supreme HF Plexi universal (775/1156/1366/AM264,54 CHF*
1 x EK Water Blocks EK-DCP Pump Mounting plate KIT5,55 CHF*
1 x EK Water Blocks EK-FB GA AMD KIT75,88 CHF*
3 x Silverstone Lüftergitter und Filter Kit 120mm3,29 CHF*
1 x Schweizer Mehrwertsteuer 8%29,56 CHF*

Zwischensumme:399,06 CHF*
here som pics of the loop planing:


Edited by kromar - 7/27/11 at 2:28am
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Be sure to post in the water cooling club thread when you have pics.
post #3 of 23
Cooling the south bridge but not the GPU?

Good luck with the build.
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Cooling the south bridge but not the GPU?

Good luck with the build.
well i dont wanna spend 100 bucks to cool this old GPU. when i get a new GPU i will add it to the loop as well.
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Quote:
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well i dont wanna spend 100 bucks to cool this old GPU. when i get a new GPU i will add it to the loop as well.
ah good point, didn't notice the GPU tell now, I would wait too.
post #6 of 23
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some more planing has been done, i plan to build in the old fan controller from the koolance system which regulates fan speed depending on sensor temperature... i still have to test if the fans are able to function with the lvl 1 voltage from the controller.



i might build it into one of the front panels but i will have to see how the cable routing and connection of it will work without the koolance casing...



oh and it looks like the parts may arrive today
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post #7 of 23
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so i spent lots of hours today building the system and i know you like some screenshots and i have quite a few

so here we go... the box arrived in a very bad shape and one side was even teared open:O


backs side was also a bit damaged...


first look at inside looked good...


everything i ordered was there so nothing fell out or so...


a pump...


rad..


a look inside the rad


good thing i took off al the caps of the rad because only 2 have the o-ring to prevent leaking... and i would have used the ones without if i didnt take them off


some filters i cant use at the moment:/ you will find out later why...


nice Yate loone fans i have ordered 6 but only use 3 at the moment, i guess i got some spare parts:O


cpu block and what came with it


all the MB blocks


one of the fittings had a crack, its a bit hard to see but im glad i ordered some more than i acctually used...


fittings attached to the blocks


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post #8 of 23
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a first test with thermap paste for the CPU


SB cooler attached


NB cooler attached


CPU cooler attached


all blocs on the board


here is the point where i realized that the tubes are extremely tight so i had to use hot water to be able to put them over the fittings... i also removed the blocks to attach the tues, otherwise i would have broken it:O
at least i dont have to worry that there is where a leak could appear. i really used brute force to put them over the fittings:O


put the bord in the case to see how long the tubes for the rad and the pump need to be


here is why i cant use the filters and my other 3 fans.. its a perfect fit for the ram holders^^


putting the board in with the attached tubes to finish up the loop


seems i ordered not enough tubing and the fillport is really short and was quite a challange to fill it up and get most of the air out:/ i will deffinitely do this different the next time...


rad attached


loop complete and most of the wires are done (havent put much effort in the back yet because i might install the fan controller when i find a nice solution and solder everything up.


an other pic of how tight the ram fits
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post #9 of 23
LOOKS GREAT!



Only things:
Why do people use zip-ties and not hose clamps

I would have gone:

CPU > Mosfet > NB > SB > res > pump > rad > CPU

Just me
Edited by nickbaldwin86 - 2/7/11 at 2:46pm
post #10 of 23
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im folding now for about an hour and my max CPU temp never passed 34 degree:O that is some amazing temperature, im gona push it a bit more this week to see what this loop is capable of

im very happy with the performance so far, building it was some hard work because the tubing was really tight and i didnt had enough left for a proper drainer/filler.

here a shot of hwmonitor @ full load. tmpin1 is the CPU. not sure why tmpin0 (NB i think) is so high but it was always behaving a bit strange so maybe its a sensor problem after all.
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