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  1. gumpty

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    Have you tried asking EK if their 6970 V2 blocks will fit? Their V1 blocks were for reference cards and fitted both 6970 & 6950, so it's possible it might work.
     
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    Both rad's are Hardware labs black ice GT Gen 2 stealths.

    Top is 1x120mm and bottom is 3x120mm. Fans are 120mmx38mm Scythe Kaze. I have a front bay controller for the fans. The fans are all set up to pull. I left the stock air filter system in place in the bottom and removed the stock 180mm fans. I have yet to see how my temps are. Testing for leaks over the last 2 days. Going to get it up and running today and play with it.
     
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    Thanks Son. I was thinking about just getting stealths, but I'll stick with my quad and I am just in debate on what "other rad" to grab..

    I removed it all.. I'll cut area for the rad on the bottom, and add a covering for what area "I don't use".
     
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    No I have not asked yet.... But from what I under stand aren't the Vregs on the other side??? But I will give it a shot.
     
  5. SonDa5

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    Up and running. :cool:

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    A few more angles.



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    Looking good Son.

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  8. EastCoasthandle

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    Nice work again, from my fellow Countrymen!
    Finally something different in the Rad sector, cant wait for performance tests with one of these babies! :D
     
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    I really like that fillport. The other jazz looks great, too:)

    Is that a gardening hose Y?
     
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    Ha nope it's a Bitspower Silver shining Y-Block

    It's the only "bling" I have in my loop :pimp:
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Its a little dirty. That for the WC gear that I have is the best config. believe me I have tried everything possible :p
     
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    speaking of garden hose... someone NEEDS to do that:roll:
     
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    you have to go quite a few pages back, but CDAwall has done it before to a 754 rig, if im not wrong;)
     
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    Everyone with their internal loops, some day I'll build a loop justifiable to the God's of WC.

    A 9x140 Mora 3 pushed with 18 140 mm Noiseblockers and dual Iwaki's. 4 GTX 680 blocks, Full board block, Supreme Nickle plated with custom carbon fiber wrap(thanks CS), EK ram block; Carbon wrapped tubes, multiple separate power supplies(all custom sleeving), ....


    Too much to think of now, I'll be back when I have 5 grand.
     
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    you also want to join the 18 fans up club? :p
     
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    Which automatically enlarges your e-peen 18 times?
    By the way good to see you're still alive, Velvet :p
     
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    Depends on what Fan you use.... Kismet meant it good with me regarding that, luckily.:D
    A friend gifted me an EBM Papst Fan Array, which is more expensive than my whole loop is.... :laugh:
    i would have never been able to actually pay that;)
    Good to see you alive too! Im mostly to be found inside the Phenoms OC thread atm,if you wonder where i reside on TPU;)
     
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    I haven't had a top or proper switch for my case in well over two months, now that I have push/pull on my top rad there just wasn't room. So today, while I was blowing out more dust than I have ever seen come out of my rig, I got a wild hair and quickly buzzed the grate out of the top and slapped it on. Not the best, but it sure feels nicer than the bareback version.

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    I also got a new beasty pump since my last shots, a 35x that I snagged from mlee. It squirts so damn hard I had to put a series of screw clamps on my tubing to add enough restriction, so that I could keep agitation out of my res - and air out of my lines. Doesn't look too swell, but works wonders. Something else: I asked the guy at Swiftech if the pump being at the bottom of my case was creating my enormous flow rate and he told me pump location makes no difference in a closed loop, that there would be the same pressure if the pump were at the top. Interesting. Any thoughts?

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    Also, here is a quick clip of flow before the clamps: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSCmTy6lJvk
     
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