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What an awesome desk setup! Also second pump being hidden in the bottom is sneaky... Just be sure to only turn that one on then bleeding.
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Originally Posted by Onions;12670801 
i like the keyboard on the left also i spy some medication XD

Ha thats just my alienware on the left which is what im using till this is done...and na its just some melatonin for those long sleepless nights thumb.gif
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What an awesome desk setup! Also second pump being hidden in the bottom is sneaky... Just be sure to only turn that one on then bleeding.

Yea thanks bro. Messy as hell right now unfortunately. So what do you mean about the bleeding part?
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Ha thats just my alienware on the left which is what im using till this is done...and na its just some melatonin for those long sleepless nights thumb.gif

Yea thanks bro. Messy as hell right now unfortunately. So what do you mean about the bleeding part?

I'd just suggest that you only use the bottom pump to bleed the loop since it's the only one that has a direct connection to the res. That way you don't run the risk of an air bubble in the second pump when the loop is filling. Once you get the loop filled up then you can turn on the second one. That's what I do with my pumps since my loop doesn't feed both pumps at the same time.
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Ahhh okay i'll give that a go then. Thanks
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I haven't read your entire thread; just looked at all your pics biggrin.gif
Since you have three monitors, I'm assuming your going with Nvidia 3D surround? I don't know much about the benq monitors (whether they're 120Hz).

If you're going the 3d route, have you tried it already? If so, I hope you like it because I pretty much hate it for gaming. It gives me a pounding headache. Although it's not bad for movies.

Anyway, you do have alot of tubing but it looks just fine. If it were me, I probably would have not WCed the chipset because I don't think it's really necessary. I would've only WCed the cpu and gpus, but heh, to each his own....like I stated before, your build looks really great.
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I haven't read your entire thread; just looked at all your pics biggrin.gif
Since you have three monitors, I'm assuming your going with Nvidia 3D surround? I don't know much about the benq monitors (whether they're 120Hz).

If you're going the 3d route, have you tried it already? If so, I hope you like it because I pretty much hate it for gaming. It gives me a pounding headache. Although it's not bad for movies.

Anyway, you do have alot of tubing but it looks just fine. If it were me, I probably would have not WCed the chipset because I don't think it's really necessary. I would've only WCed the cpu and gpus, but heh, to each his own....like I stated before, your build looks really great.

Yea theyre 120hz and i'm deff going 2d surround. Not too sure on the 3d vision yet though, cause i've read so many mixed reviews on it. Maybe if 2d surround starts to bore me i might try out the 3d but its all speculation now. Tbh i debated the chipset watercooling but i wanted the whole computer water cooled so i said screw it and went with the motherboard block. Plus the mosfets get pretty darn hot on this board when you overclock the cpu. Thanks though for the compliments! Hopefully this coolant doesnt take a year to get here so i can finally finish it and update the op with some nice pics.
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Sorry for the revive.

Great looking build!

On the XSPC mobo block, what did you use for the voltage regulators heat transfer material? Did you use the thermal pads provided or use paste? I am getting ready to install mine and am looking for some guidance on this.
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post #78 of 79
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I just used the thermal pads that came with it and then used tim on the little caps next to the regulators. Tbh the mosfet portion could have been built much better as temps can still get pretty high. When i started this build i put everyrhing in one loop and my cpu was breaking 100c lol. I had to split the loops and with the mobo/memory/gpus in one loop it doesnt break 65c which isnt horrid but not as cool as id like. Guess it really just depends on the setup really. Good luck!
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post #79 of 79
Thank you. The current temps on the regulators with air cooling is in the low 100's. I need to get this temp down. I may try using TIM and checking the clearance to make sure there is good contact.
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