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Looks Great. Did you make that case?

No I didnt, it was made by Dwood the artisan here. There is a wait list in Sheloved E's artisan thread if you are interested in one

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For those with EK waterblocks (If you have a RIVE, better) or those with knowledge about it, I'm going to get these blocks for my Rampage IV Extreme off a friend (Pic from his rig):



And I was wondering if they'll match the height of my EK Supreme HF Plexi (CPU Waterblock) so that I could use 90º adapter/fittings and do straight lines between them. Do you guys think that will be possible? Or these blocks combined with my CPU block will be uneven? Not sure if I explained my self properly. tongue.gif

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For those with EK waterblocks (If you have a RIVE, better) or those with knowledge about it, I'm going to get these blocks for my Rampage IV Extreme off a friend (Pic from his rig):
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And I was wondering if they'll match the height of my EK Supreme HF Plexi (CPU Waterblock) so that I could use 90º adapter/fittings and do straight lines between them. Do you guys think that will be possible? Or these blocks combined with my CPU block will be uneven? Not sure if I explained my self properly. tongue.gif

You will need extenders, they do not sit even.


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You will need extenders, they do not sit even.


Since I'm using tubing (Not acrylic) and only CPU/Mobo blocks (No RAM) you reckon it'll be fine without the extenders?

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Since I'm using tubing (Not acrylic) and only CPU/Mobo blocks (No RAM) you reckon it'll be fine without the extenders?

Physics tell me yes, my OCD tells me NO biggrin.gif

EDIT: Actually, looking at it, it may be a little tight without an extender, using a compression fitting. I would just invest in a few short extenders just in case.

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Physics tell me yes, my OCD tells me NO biggrin.gif

Damn, I wish I had someone with my very same configuration to try it out. tongue.gif

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Physics tell me yes, my OCD tells me NO biggrin.gif

EDIT: Actually, looking at it, it may be a little tight without an extender, using a compression fitting. I would just invest in a few short extenders just in case.
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Since I'm using tubing (Not acrylic) and only CPU/Mobo blocks (No RAM) you reckon it'll be fine without the extenders?

Get extenders. Or you'll end up like mine. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Freakin' tight. Worst of you're using Primo ADV LRT, it's really stiff.

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By extenders do you guys mean this? http://www.ekwb.com/shop/accessories/fittings/adapter-fittings/ek-extender-g1-4-nickel.html

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I need to get a temp sensor but right now I want to know my delta.

Can I open my reservoir while the PC's on and dip the sensor that's currently giving me ambient temps into it or will the reservoir overflow ?
Do you calculate Delta on idle or running prime or IBT ?


And about the temp sensors, I want a basic 1/4" plug that I can just have at the bottom of the reservoir but they all seems quite expensive (16-20€) is there an ebay shop with cheap ones people here use ?

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I use the XSPC G 1/4 sensors I have two of them to measure the fluid that is leaving the hottest point of the loop (GPUS) and the fluid that is returning to my reservoir. I also use this to check how much of a difference I see in temps when running the fans in the case at certain speeds.

You would measure Deltas in fluid by subtracting the ambient vs the coolant temps at the points you are checking.
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By extenders do you guys mean this? http://www.ekwb.com/shop/accessories/fittings/adapter-fittings/ek-extender-g1-4-nickel.html

You could use those, but Bitspower has an array of different sizes in different finishes that will help to better get a precision fitment.

Here's an example search of what I mean:
http://www.frozencpu.com/search.html?mv_profile=keyword_search&mv_session_id=fheupkP2&searchspec=Bitspower+G+1%2F4%22+Thread+Fitting+Extender

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