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How I did it in my S3:

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However, there are some parts of my loop that don't drain all the way (but so it is with horizontal board configurations)
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post #7692 of 22193
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Originally Posted by BenjaminBenj View Post

Hey Puf.,

I basically have a male quick disconnect going into the pump. Then I use a Bitspower shutoff valve to prevent flow to the main line. All flow pulled to the pump is pushed out via my quick disconnect, which I connect with a male end. I keep my male end in a storage container in the closest.

Thanks!
Benjamin

PS: I may get the pedestal in the future to add RAD capacity and clean up my center area a bit... but likely not doing this for at least another year, when I change the line entirely to acrylic.

Thanks for the explanation thumb.gif.

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Originally Posted by luciddreamer124 View Post

How I did it in my S3:

2069740

However, there are some parts of my loop that don't drain all the way (but so it is with horizontal board configurations)

Thanks for the pic lucid thumb.gif.
post #7693 of 22193
My apologies, I thought you were looking to do a pedestal. Same principle applies, however, in finding what works for you. Never compromise!
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My apologies, I thought you were looking to do a pedestal. Same principle applies, however, in finding what works for you. Never compromise!

I think I'll order just the S3 to start and when I'm putting everything together if I feel like I'd like more room/open space to display my blocks/components than I'll just add the pedestal after the fact.

In regards to the pedestal, how does everyone orient their fans for the rads? One rad/fans for intake the other for exhaust so they are both blowing the same direction I assume?
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 6/24/14 at 11:56am
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I have a qdc attached to my reservoir for drain purposes:

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Can the Mercury S3 fit a water cooled cpu (3770k) and two gtx 670 water cooled.
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

I have a qdc attached to my reservoir for drain purposes:]

Sweet thanks for the visual!

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Originally Posted by ACallander View Post

Can the Mercury S3 fit a water cooled cpu (3770k) and two gtx 670 water cooled.

The S3 only works with Mini-ITX boards so I'd have to conclude that no it can not fit multiple GPUs.
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Can the Mercury S3 fit a water cooled cpu (3770k) and two gtx 670 water cooled.

The problem is that the S3 is an itx case designed for itx mbo. To run two cards, you need at least an m-atx board and case (like the S5) or you need to get a dual gpu card like the GTX 690 (7990, 295x2, 7970x2, etc) for an itx.
post #7699 of 22193
Alright it's been decided!

I'm getting the pedestal along with the S3 so I can use the top panel window. I want to be able to display this bad boy from all 3 sides thumb.gif. Plus I think using the pedestal will give me more rad options. Looking forward to this build. Btw I'll be sleeving my tubing with MDPC sleeving biggrin.gif.
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Alright it's been decided!

I'm getting the pedestal along with the S3 so I can use the top panel window. I want to be able to display this bad boy from all 3 sides thumb.gif. Plus I think using the pedestal will give me more rad options. Looking forward to this build. Btw I'll be sleeving my tubing with MDPC sleeving biggrin.gif.

Awesome, post pics when you get it thumb.gif
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