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post #161 of 268 (permalink) Old 12-11-2013, 02:57 PM
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Everything is looking go so far! thumb.gif
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Also, I can't use the fillport on my reservoir as an inlet port, so that wouldn't work either...

What I will be doing with my Photon is using their M20 to G1/4 adapter with a Koolance 90 Elbow. That way I do not have to do some crazy long tubing run to who knows where, plus I like how it will look like a full circuit. tongue.gif

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Thanks for the info OP much apreciated!!!
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Everything is looking go so far! thumb.gif
What I will be doing with my Photon is using their M20 to G1/4 adapter with a Koolance 90 Elbow. That way I do not have to do some crazy long tubing run to who knows where, plus I like how it will look like a full circuit. tongue.gif

I thought about that. However, then I wouldn't be able to use that as a fillport, and seems like it would make things more difficult. I do agree that it would look better in that regard. My only issue right now is connecting the CPU outlet port to the bottom 280 mm inlet port. Can't really think of any way to make it look nice...
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Thanks for the info OP much apreciated!!!

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Any ideas how I should route the CPU outlet -> 280 mm rad? That's going to be a long run, and it looks like it's going to be in the way...
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Didn't want that long run either, so I flipped the top rad around.
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That's alt better, flip the rad around so you can go straight from the cpu to the ra then to the top of the res to finish the loop and that will look great!!

OCD ALERT: fix the tube length going to the top rad it should be straight and taught

Man you are doing the exact build I was going to do next month!!!
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Ahhhh that's much better, I was worried that you were actually going to go through with that drawing. Anyway great progress can't wait to see it up and running.
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Intel Core i7-4770k - ASUS Maximus VI Formula Z87 - (2) EVGA GTX 780 Ti SLI - Corsair Obsidian 750D - Custom Liquid Cooling


Please note: Water-cooling loop diagram is a work-in-progress and subject to change

Hello everyone thumb.gif

First off, I would like to thank OCN for all of the feedback and support you've given me over the past couple weeks. I recently sold my build (i7 950, GTX 480, 6GB DDR3) and have been out of the loop for a while in regards to keeping up-to-date with all of the hardware news as of late. The last time I was following hardware tech this closely was around the release of the GTX 480. Needless to say, it's been a while, and you kind folks at OCN never fail when it comes to helping out a fellow overclocker with his new build. Your feedback is greatly appreciated, and I intend to give back to the community with a detailed build-log of my new rig. smile.gif

Please keep in mind that this will be my first attempt at setting up a custom water cooling loop... I sure do hope this goes well! thumb.gif

Purpose of this build: For gaming in 1440p and achieving high overclocks on the GPU and GPU's using a custom loop

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How many compression fittings and how much tubing length did you use?

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How many compression fittings and how much tubing length did you use?
Oh god, you quoted all that just to ask how many compressions he used, please try to not spam other's threads. Sorry if I sound mad.
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Sorry, I didn't think it was a big deal, and pretty sure quoting a single post isn't spamming. Just looking for a friendly answer.

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