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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-10-2019, 09:22 AM - Thread Starter
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So finally it is fully assembled, all tubes are bent, all waterblocks are installed, cables are managed and all the rgb strips are installedand the watercooling system is filled up with water and leak tested. All is left is to press the power switch, and after the first boot I’ll change the fluid to some EK solid fluid
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post #32 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-22-2019, 07:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Something gone wrong. Two days after the fill decided to power up the rig. Pressed the power button an nothing, checked the psu, the switch is on but it just does not start. Drained the system, disassemble it all, checked all the cables, reassembled it on the “bench” still nothing, jump started the psu, all the voltages are correct. All it does is flashes the rgb’s at the bottom of the motherboard and an orange light next to pci-e slot lights up.
Next day found someone with z370 board and checked all the gear. The mobo is DEAD!!!!
It is currently on the way to the seller and hopefully I’ll get a replacement.
Meanwhile i decided to make my own waterway (distribution) board
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First scetch
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Detting all the tubes alligned
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Almost the final design in autocad.
It is going to be a three piece board. 8mm acrilyc sandwiched between 2 5mm sheets. All is going to be held together with m4 hex bolts. And lit up with an rgb strip at the back
Looks like it becomes a never ending build
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post #33 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-25-2019, 03:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Distro update
The drawing is finalized, sent to the milling shop.
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Motherboard recieved by the seller, and was forwarded to asus service center, it might take a while to get it fixed or replaced
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post #34 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-26-2020, 11:02 PM - Thread Starter
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After a few unsuccessful attempts of building a distro-plate I gave up on the idea and used normal tubes and bends. The rig is up and running
the leak test
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The lights are on and burning brightly for the masses
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Wow that is jam packed, impressive. Looks great.
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Wow that is jam packed, impressive. Looks great.
It is a bit on the hot side, water settles at around 42-43C under a long gaming session with fans running at 1200-1300rpm, if they go any faster it is a bit too loud.

8700k goes 5gHz withot any problems with 1.35 volts, but the asus bios fan settings do not allow to limit the pump RPM (it is connected as a CPU-Fan) thus the pump goes full speed at 80C and my D5 is a bit loud one at full speed, so it stays at stock 4.7gHz with MCE on. Does the job for me)))
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