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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-04-2019, 06:19 PM - Thread Starter
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Silent Custom Loop

Earlier this year, I created a similar thread to this, but I ended up not carry out the plan. I'm out once again planning the following. My goal is it is as quiet as possible. Please, rate it, make suggestions and comments.

I would like to many thanks to friends who helped me with other threads. I learned a lot from you.

01 x AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
01 x GIGABYTE X570 AORUS XTREME
01 x G.SKILL Trident Z Neo F4-3600C14Q-32GTZNB
01 x EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N GAMING
01 x Sabrent 2TB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 SSD with Heatsink
01 x Phanteks Enthoo Luxe 2
01 x Seasonic PRIME TX-850
01 x Optimus Foundation CPU Block - AMD
01 x EVGA Hydro Copper Waterblock for EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N
01 x Watercool HEATKILLER Tube 200
01 x Watercool HEATKILLER Tube - MultiPort Top 200
01 x Watercool HEATKILLER Tube - basic mounting kit
01 x Watercool HEATKILLER Tube - 120mm fan adapter (pair)
01 x EKWB EK-XTOP Revo Dual D5 Serial
02 x Watercool WCP D5-VARIO
02 x Alphacool NexXxoS V.2 XT45 360mm
01 x Alphacool NexXxoS V.2 XT45 480mm
01 x XSPC TX480
15 x Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM
22 x Bitspower G1/4" Matt Black Compression Fitting CC3 Ultimate For ID 3/8" OD 5/8" Tube
02 x Bitspower G1/4" Matt Black CaseTop Water-Fill SET
02 x Bitspower G1/4" Matt Black Low-Profile Stop Fitting V2
01 x Bitspower Matt Black Mini Valve Rotary G1/4"& Inner G14"With Black Handle
01 x Aqua Computer aquaero 6 LT
01 x Aqua Computer Calitemp
01 x Aqua Computer Flow sensor high flow USB G1/4
01 x Aqua Computer Connection cable for flow sensor 70 cm
01 x Mayhems Ultra Clear Tubing (3/8 - 5/8) 16/10mm Tubing
05 x Mayhems X1 Clear 1 Ltr Premixed V2
01 x Thermalright TFX Thermal Paste 6.2g

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post #2 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-04-2019, 08:47 PM
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I am not familiar with the Watercool WCP D5-VARIO, but everything else looks good.

A couple of things you may want look into, if you have not already done so.
You got a hell of a lot of money on that list so I assume you won't mind a little more, especially if it helps your rig perform better.

1) The Bitspower CC3 Ultimate Fittings are Standard fittings. The Mayhems tubing is in metric. Please make sure you have verified that this combination will fit.
Generally soft tubing is more forgiving than hard tubing, but you can get some unsightly bulges when the tubing does not fit right.

2) Not sure how you are going to hook up the 15 fans, but you may want consider adding some powered fan hubs.
You can run one for each rad (right by the rad if you want) and just run a single fan wire from each hub back to the AQ.
this also lowers the heat on your AQ 6LT. (BTW - get the heatsink if don't already have one)

3) You may want to consider adding a few more temp sensors in your loop. You got an Aquaero 6 and 8 temp sensor ports just begging to be used.
I have two temp sensors in my loop, the rest are air sensors. My loop is setup so all my rads are serial and then go to the Pump/Res combo and then GPU/CPU parallel loop.
By putting a sensor immediately before and after my three rads I can use the AQ to calculate the number of watts being removed from the loop.

Good Luck, Looks awesome!

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XSPC RayStorm Pro CPU w/b, Bykski Radeon VII GPU w/b, EKWB 140 Revo D5 Pump & Res.
Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 LT USB Fan-Controller, Vision Touch and 'High Flow' Sensor.
(2x) Hardware Labs Black ice Nemesis 280GTS XFLOW radiators and (1x) Alphacool NexXxoS XT45X-Flow 140 in full push/pull.
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Just add a few splitty9's to run all those fans. I have 35 fans on 6 splitty9's on my AQ6. I'm limited to 6 per splitty cause my Vaders take to much to spin up, I'd assume you can get even more Notuca's per splitty.

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change that thermal paste

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Quote: Originally Posted by Moose-Tech View Post
I am not familiar with the Watercool WCP D5-VARIO
I am following a kinda troll (sorry guy) known as Vlada011, who always spams things like PWM D5 are noisier than original ones, EK changed it and made it garbage, most oh them are garbage, etc. Some reviews say Watercool D5 VARIO is as good as original Laing or something so.

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You got a hell of a lot of money on that list so I assume you won't mind a little more, especially if it helps your rig perform better.
For sure. I did not spend any cent with rigs since 2017 when I have built a Ryzen 7 1700 on X370. Now I want the next build to last at least 7 years running basic apps.

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1) The Bitspower CC3 Ultimate Fittings are Standard fittings. The Mayhems tubing is in metric. Please make sure you have verified that this combination will fit.
Generally soft tubing is more forgiving than hard tubing, but you can get some unsightly bulges when the tubing does not fit right.
Thank you for the advice.

Quote: Originally Posted by Moose-Tech View Post
2) Not sure how you are going to hook up the 15 fans, but you may want consider adding some powered fan hubs.
You can run one for each rad (right by the rad if you want) and just run a single fan wire from each hub back to the AQ.
X570 Aorus Xtreme already provides me 16 fan headers individually controlled out of the box. Aquaero does more 4 (allowing two pumps individually controlled).

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this also lowers the heat on your AQ 6LT. (BTW - get the heatsink if don't already have one)
Do you recommend me purchasing that heatsink for aquaero 6 LT?

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3) You may want to consider adding a few more temp sensors in your loop. You got an Aquaero 6 and 8 temp sensor ports just begging to be used.
Does not Aquaero support just ONE Calitemp out of the box? In order to add more sensors, Id have to add and Aquabus, right?

Quote: Originally Posted by Moose-Tech View Post
I have two temp sensors in my loop, the rest are air sensors. My loop is setup so all my rads are serial and then go to the Pump/Res combo and then GPU/CPU parallel loop.
By putting a sensor immediately before and after my three rads I can use the AQ to calculate the number of watts being removed from the loop.
Very nice. Your rig should be pretty. Post pics. That is my original plan, but some guys said me the temp in and temp out are just the sameish. However, I want to try that that you suggested.

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Good Luck, Looks awesome!
Thank you, man.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Just add a few splitty9's to run all those fans. I have 35 fans on 6 splitty9's on my AQ6. I'm limited to 6 per splitty cause my Vaders take to much to spin up, I'd assume you can get even more Notuca's per splitty.
Thirty-five fans? OMG. What do you think about QUADRO instead of Splitty9?

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change that thermal paste
Why?

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there are better pastes that cost less, and much better pastes that cost more.

your supplier for all that other stuff should have tubes of grizzly, or even liquid metal solutions (read up on risks for IHS damage thus warranty loss when using LM/ It's pretty easy to remove the laser etching on some chips.).

your goal is silence, every degree counts.

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there are better pastes that cost less, and much better pastes that cost more.

your supplier for all that other stuff should have tubes of grizzly, or even liquid metal solutions (read up on risks for IHS damage thus warranty loss when using LM/ It's pretty easy to remove the laser etching on some chips.).

your goal is silence, every degree counts.
Thank you, but I didn't see the point. Guru3d's didn't review the TR TFX. Why it is not good against those others?

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You need to change 45mm thickness radiators to 30mm. When you want silent and most effectice cooling then you have to use 30mm thick radiators and low FPI.

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