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post #6001 of 6095 (permalink) Old 10-26-2016, 01:06 AM
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For those of you with a old Antec AIO sitting around a CitiLED 058-1825 LED screws straight on.


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post #6002 of 6095 (permalink) Old 10-28-2016, 08:01 PM
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Need some guidance. Just shipped my cooler from Europe to the US, took 5 months.

Now the pump is loud and the temps are going from 32 to shutoff (93) in about 2 minutes. I don't think it's the thermal paste as it's a slow heat buildup and the pump unit gets hot. The pump sounds like it's running as it's loud. Could it be that the coolant evaporated?

Is it easy to add more coolant?


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post #6003 of 6095 (permalink) Old 10-29-2016, 12:22 AM
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Have you bleed the pump, (Have it as lowest point and power it on so air can leave it and travel into radiator)
There is ment to be a bit of air in it to account for the coolants expansion but to fill it is as easy as removing the copper base as you can see in my picture back a few posts.


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didn't bleed the pump properly apparently. Tipped the whole computer on its side with the radiator straight up and let it run for a few minutes, and viola, it works!

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post #6005 of 6095 (permalink) Old 11-15-2016, 12:35 AM
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Hello i have a 620 and would like to mod it with some clear hoses.. i know its 1/4 but how many mm are the size of them?? 12/10mm 10/8mm or 8/6mm?? or bigger ?? someone must know so i dont have to cut open the thing to find out as im using it now

EDIT: Just ordered 8/6mm tubes.. then we will see i guess ...
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Inner Diameter is 6mm. Use a lighter to heat up the end of the hose before you install it, makes it easier. Outer Diameter doesn't matter, use 8 or 9 mm, depends on what you can get.
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Hello i have a 620 and would like to mod it with some clear hoses.. i know its 1/4 but how many mm are the size of them?? 12/10mm 10/8mm or 8/6mm?? or bigger ?? someone must know so i dont have to cut open the thing to find out as im using it now

EDIT: Just ordered 8/6mm tubes.. then we will see i guess ...

The inner diameter would be 6mm for 1/4". The outer diameter is irrelevant unless using compression fittings.

Edit:Ahaha, ninja.
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post #6008 of 6095 (permalink) Old 11-15-2016, 04:35 AM
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Yea ok thanks that was what i thought.. That means i can add my old rad in to the mix from a Northq Siberian tiger and make something like this! biggrin.gif xD

I really hope i will be able to make a fountain effect in the res :3 and make sure the pump stays fed with water as its below the pump..

i have a pretty good feeling i will have nice temps for my 4790k 4.7ghz 1.4v

Also the 120mm fan will be a kaze ultra 3000rpm biggrin.gif
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Looking forward for your project! I was planning the same thing, running the old 620 Cooler/Pump Combo together with an Reservoir and GPU Cooler. But testing the 620 Pump outside wasn't good at all. The water flow was very low, nothing compared to my new EKWB pump. I'm unsure about your fountain effect, sorry. frown.gif
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post #6010 of 6095 (permalink) Old 11-15-2016, 04:46 AM
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Yeah ok.. i guess we will see, defenitly posting a pic when its done wink.gif i still have the pump from the northq... would the loop benefit from having that in? 2pumps? maybe in between the two rads?
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