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nohal
post Mar 25 2020, 04:57 PM

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QUOTE(fatnerd @ Mar 25 2020, 09:57 AM)
Thanks. Glad to know at least this part is not a problem.
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Show us your set up. biggrin.gif
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post Mar 27 2020, 05:24 PM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Mar 25 2020, 04:57 PM)
Show us your set up. biggrin.gif
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nothing to see here. I'm not proud of my miscalculatied, oversized reservoir.
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post Mar 27 2020, 07:21 PM

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QUOTE(fatnerd @ Mar 27 2020, 05:24 PM)
nothing to see here. I'm not proud of my miscalculatied, oversized reservoir.
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I don't really care about aesthetics. I go for, "how many radiators I can squeeze in". You'll know when you see mine. Just be proud of your work man, upgrade it from time to time.
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post Apr 1 2020, 01:57 AM

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Guys, anyone have D5 pump res for sale? Pm me ya
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post Apr 2 2020, 09:20 AM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Mar 27 2020, 07:21 PM)
I don't really care about aesthetics. I go for, "how many radiators I can squeeze in". You'll know when you see mine. Just be proud of your work man, upgrade it from time to time.
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using Corsair carbide 600c inverted case. Had to remove 2 case fan to install the pump res. Now my GPU (1080 8G) generating too much heat when I run red dead redemption2. Planning to get waterblock for my GPU as well.
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post Apr 2 2020, 09:34 AM

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QUOTE(fatnerd @ Apr 2 2020, 09:20 AM)
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using Corsair carbide 600c inverted case. Had to remove 2 case fan to install the pump res. Now my GPU (1080 8G) generating too much heat when I run red dead redemption2. Planning to get waterblock for my GPU as well.
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Nice set up and very nice light up block and res. During my build, LED at block, ram, etc require a retrofit. So no light up for mine. Be sure to get a full waterblock for GPU. smile.gif
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post Apr 2 2020, 09:43 AM

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Corsair AIO quite stiff when I use it last time, several units. Finally decided to move to Noctua, bigger fins and bigger multiple fans model.
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post Apr 2 2020, 09:53 AM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 09:34 AM)
Nice set up and very nice light up block and res. During my build, LED at block, ram, etc require a retrofit. So no light up for mine. Be sure to get a full waterblock for GPU. smile.gif
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I am waiting somebody to sell. Anyone selling GTX1080 waterblock? That simple setup already cost me ~RM2400.
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post Apr 2 2020, 10:26 AM

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QUOTE(fatnerd @ Apr 2 2020, 09:53 AM)
I am waiting somebody to sell. Anyone selling GTX1080 waterblock? That simple setup already cost me ~RM2400.
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Once you go watercooling, you'll pocket will burn lol. My watercooling loop cost roughly as much as my PC system. biggrin.gif
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post Apr 2 2020, 12:50 PM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 10:26 AM)
Once you go watercooling, you'll pocket will burn lol. My watercooling loop cost roughly as much as my PC system. biggrin.gif
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show me what you got!
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post Apr 2 2020, 01:02 PM

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QUOTE(fatnerd @ Apr 2 2020, 12:50 PM)
show me what you got!
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This will burn all aesthetic lovers' eyes out there. Like I've said, my goal was to squeeze as many radiators as possible. biggrin.gif Built in 2012 if i remember it correctly.
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post Apr 2 2020, 01:16 PM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 01:02 PM)
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This will burn all aesthetic lovers' eyes out there. Like I've said, my goal was to squeeze as many radiators as possible. biggrin.gif Built in 2012 if i remember it correctly.
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I roughly understand you have entire system looped except RAM. Your reservoir, is it enough for a loop this big?

Why do you need the 2 fan array (doesnt look like they are water looped radiator)? I thought most of the heat should go to the radiator outside the case?
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post Apr 2 2020, 03:32 PM

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QUOTE(fatnerd @ Apr 2 2020, 01:16 PM)
I roughly understand you have entire system looped except RAM. Your reservoir, is it enough for a loop this big?

Why do you need the 2 fan array (doesnt look like they are water looped radiator)? I thought most of the heat should go to the radiator outside the case?
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1. My understanding is reservoir does nothing except contain excess water for buffer. Heat involve too small to consider condensation and heat release in the reservoir etc. IDK. The challenge is placing the reservoir at the bottom of the loop, little bit tricky bleeding the loop, but it runs fine.

2. Sorry that I don't understand about the 2 fan array. If you could please reword/clarify the question. biggrin.gif

3. The outside rad is outside so no issue here. The side Rad as intake and top rad is exhaust.
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post Apr 2 2020, 03:58 PM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 01:02 PM)
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This will burn all aesthetic lovers' eyes out there. Like I've said, my goal was to squeeze as many radiators as possible. biggrin.gif Built in 2012 if i remember it correctly.
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No joke about the aesthetics for sure. haha. man that's stuffed.

Are you getting close to ambient temperatures on your machine with so many rads?

QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 03:32 PM)
1. My understanding is reservoir does nothing except contain excess water for buffer. Heat involve too small to consider condensation and heat release in the reservoir etc. IDK. The challenge is placing the reservoir at the bottom of  the loop, little bit tricky bleeding the loop, but it runs fine.

2. Sorry that I don't understand about the 2 fan array. If you could please reword/clarify the question. biggrin.gif

3. The outside rad is outside so no issue here. The side Rad as intake and top rad is exhaust.
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I think he's talking about the two fans below, covered by the cooler master shroud. IINM, exhausting, right?
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post Apr 2 2020, 04:06 PM

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QUOTE(pristine @ Apr 2 2020, 03:58 PM)
No joke about the aesthetics for sure. haha. man that's stuffed.

Are you getting close to ambient temperatures on your machine with so many rads?
I think he's talking about the two fans below, covered by the cooler master shroud. IINM, exhausting, right?
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1. Yeap, the coolant loop usually ambient temperature. However, as a result, my room will always be hot. Good thing, if I turn on my AC, I can overclock higher with lower temp. biggrin.gif (not practical i know biggrin.gif)

2. The bottom fans is intake for HDD/SSD cooling. Not doing much, I just don't want to remove the bottom part.

Eh, btw, Pristine. Bought several items at Performance PC through your bulk purchase back in 2013. biggrin.gif

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post Apr 2 2020, 04:22 PM

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QUOTE(pristine @ Apr 2 2020, 03:58 PM)
No joke about the aesthetics for sure. haha. man that's stuffed.

Are you getting close to ambient temperatures on your machine with so many rads?
I think he's talking about the two fans below, covered by the cooler master shroud. IINM, exhausting, right?
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Yes, thanks for that.
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post Apr 2 2020, 05:21 PM

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QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 04:06 PM)
1. Yeap, the coolant loop usually ambient temperature. However, as a result, my room will always be hot. Good thing, if I turn on my AC, I can overclock higher with lower temp. biggrin.gif (not practical i know biggrin.gif)

2. The bottom fans is intake for HDD/SSD cooling. Not doing much, I just don't want to remove the bottom part.

Eh, btw, Pristine. Bought several items at Performance PC through your bulk purchase back in 2013. biggrin.gif
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Normal la, PC cooler, room get hotter. The heat has to go somewhere laugh.gif

HAHA yeah man. That was when we had such limited access to parts.

Thanks to all the members that participated in the bulk purchase over the time I had it running I built my rig (which has now been long retired sadly : sweat.gif)

Still have some photos of it:
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nohal
post Apr 2 2020, 06:50 PM

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QUOTE(pristine @ Apr 2 2020, 05:21 PM)
Normal la, PC cooler, room get hotter. The heat has to go somewhere laugh.gif

HAHA yeah man. That was when we had such limited access to parts.

Thanks to all the members that participated in the bulk purchase over the time I had it running I built my rig (which has now been long retired sadly : sweat.gif)

Still have some photos of it:
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Yeah, back when the currency was okay. biggrin.gif I've planned to buy Case Labs casing and was waiting for the currency to be okay. Till now, the currency even get worst and Case Labs shut down its business. Haha.

That and I've changed my hobby to diving and just maintain the rig.

Sick thing you got there, that steampunk looking thing is a reservoir? and Aqua Computer parts, what a quality. biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(nohal @ Apr 2 2020, 01:02 PM)
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This will burn all aesthetic lovers' eyes out there. Like I've said, my goal was to squeeze as many radiators as possible. biggrin.gif Built in 2012 if i remember it correctly.
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how do you do maintenance on the loop? sweat.gif

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post Apr 2 2020, 06:53 PM

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QUOTE(pristine @ Apr 2 2020, 05:21 PM)

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