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post #1 of 65
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here is one that i just finnished up for a friend. nice and neet.


cor i7 with 2x480 sli all watercooled
cpu temps 22c-40c
cards 25c-48c
post #2 of 65
What's with all the cheap T fittings when you have compressions on everything else? Those would sketch me out... And you have lots of super tight tubing bends.

Hardware looks good though and it does look nice and clean.

Edit: wait, are you running things in parallel? That's risky...
Edited by kevingreenbmx - 3/1/11 at 2:18pm
post #3 of 65
u r killing your flow with those t's
take out the t's go res-cpu-motherboard-video-pump-rad (back to res)
something like that

CPU is always first
the motherboard is close so its 2nd
finally gpu's and recycle the system
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Looks like there is a parallel split in there...? Not sure why that exists...why not simply run all in serial?

Not a fan of MB blocks...they look cool, but restriction isn't high on my list of priorities.
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All of those T's are a flow mechanics worst nightmare. You really wanna go with one continuous loop T's are only for filling/emptying systems not to redirect flow patterns. Otherwise that is a nice clean build.
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post #6 of 65
yeah.. dont understand the cheap T fittings... or why you didnt mount the res internally, lol
post #7 of 65
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Originally Posted by Satogd View Post
u r killing your flow with those t's
take out the t's go res-cpu-motherboard-video-pump-rad (back to res)
something like that

CPU is always first
the motherboard is close so its 2nd
finally gpu's and recycle the system
dude get better temps then what i have. in the desighned of the flow i have .and ill think of yousing your addvice. and no ill do the cpu last thanx dont want all the unnessary heat running threw my bord. it runs cool to start. i have tested every possilbe combination. and this one yealded the best temps..and as for the plastic t's im waiting to get in the chorme ones.
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post #9 of 65
If you didn't split stuff into parallel, you wouldn't need T-fittings.
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post #10 of 65
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yeah.. dont understand the cheap T fittings... or why you didnt mount the res internally, lol
waiting on better fittings to come in. there on back order...
and wanted the res ouside for ease of axcess .to fill/flush and clean. and make it easy to up grade. thats why.lol
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