1. aryan51

    cpu costom loop

    Would ruining a custom CPU loop dry cause any damage i know the answer but i need it for legal purposes plase and thank you hope to come back to the community very soon
  2. aryan51

    water cooling loop order

    water cooling loop order i was reading around the web that it does not really mater on your loop order but i think it does i am using a htpc case so my rads are small i am going pump & res combo then cpu then 120mm rad then ram blocks then 2 graphics cards then duel 120mm rad then back to pump...
  3. C

    Case size for Watercooling, and general Loop Advice

    Hello Everyone, Long time lurker, and long time overclocker here. A bit of background, I've been tuning my PC for a while, but have always stuck to big air, or more recently an AIO loop. I have the opportunity to pick up some quality parts from a custom loop my friend no longer uses at a...
  4. Gu3

    Dark Matter Transfusion (Custom Loop Upgrade)

    Well. It had to happen. All the parts (OK, most of the parts, I keep finding new ones) are here, and it's time to start the upgrade. Dark Matter is about 6 months old (or so), and is an i7-4770K Based system with an MSI Z87 MPOWER Motherboard, and a Glacer 240L Liquid Cooling AIO. Detailed...
  5. F

    redoing my loop

    i was thinking about removing 1 of my rads as i only got a cpu and north bridge in my loop but im not sure what rad to take away the 360 or 240, cpu is a fx 6300 stock temps are 24c max on intel burn test, oc to 4.5ghz temps 38c max on intel burn test, i hardly push the cpu more unless im...
  6. F

    two pumps in one loop

    would it be ok to have two pumps in one loop i was going to put it like this res/pump combo, 360 rad,pump, cpu, 240 rad, gpu, res res/pump combo is a ek 2.2 second pump is a ddc 2.8 18 watts or would i be better of just using the ddc and take res of the combo
  7. Ciarlatano

    A little fun with loop maintenance.....

    So, when I put my Phanteks Enthoo Primo together last year, it was a completely rushed process. Shipping issues and deadlines didn't give me the opportunity to have the case before I ordered components for the loop, I had to do it totally blind. The results weren't awful....but certainly weren't...
  8. F

    need help with custom loop setup

    i need help what way to set my loop up with two 240mm rads i only be cooling just the cpu till i get a new gpu which can take a full water block would i set it up like res,pump,rad,cpu,rad or if there a better way just post i be cooling a fx6300 @ 5.1 with 1.54 volts but temps are getting...
  9. killjoyjim

    How do you fill youre loop?

    OK I would like to know how you fill and drain youre loop. What part's to use and were to install them. Let me know..:p
  10. TeeBlack

    Quick Disconnects vs T fitting with Mini Valve for draining a loop?

    As I slowly gathering all my parts for my 1st custom loop. I'm still confused on which to use for draining the loop. Here what I'm planning on using. Will be doing a single loop for my cpu and gpu. Case: Caselabs SM8 (Reversed so MB is mounted upside down) CPU Block: XSPC Raystorm GPU Block: EK...
  11. Smiki007

    How to settle a best loop?

    Hi to you all. In the last couple of days i was bumping my head against the wall :brick: trying to solve this enigma. Lines below is the list of LC parts that I have: 1. Swiftech H2O-220 Edge HD Dual 120mm Liquid Cooling Kit - Black, (240mm rad w/itegrated MCP x35 Pump and CPU Water Block)...
  12. SamCR3

    How do I add a drain tube/plug to my loop

    I'm going to install the 360 rad I have very soon. I want to add a drain tube with a plug for easy maintenance but I'm not sure what parts I need to order. I prefer to order from Frozen CPU if possible so please provide links to their site. Right now, just my cpu is in the loop. I'll add my two...
  13. alan1476

    New Thermaltake Enclosed Loop coolers at Tiger Direct

    Thermaltake CLW0215 Water 2.0 Performer CPU Liquid Cooler - 4-Pin, Multi-Socket, 1200 ~ 2000RPM, 81.32CFM, 27.36 dBA, 0.5A, 2x 120mm PWM Fans at TigerDirect.com I believe these are the ones made by Asetek for Thermaltake, and 49.00 after a 10.00MIR is a really good price. I have one already or...
  14. Skyguy

    Swiftech Apogee HD

    The new Swiftech flagship CPU water block is intended to offer the competitive edge: more innovative features enthusiast users want at an affordable price. Let’s find out if Swiftech has met its goal and reclaimed its place as the top water block on the market. Click...
  15. Solara2xb

    Cleaning my Loop -

    Hey All, So last night I pulled my 800D loop apart since I am selling the 800D Case. My loop consist of: XSPC X20 750 pump/Res XSPC EX360 Swiftech Apogee HD Black 1/2" ID Tygon R3603 Tubing Fuild: Primochill Ice (in Steel Blue) I've been using PrimoChill ICE but the clear one for a while...
  16. Skyguy

    Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    The Aquacomputer AMS (Airplex Modularity System) is a completely customizable radiator, allowing the user not only to build a radiator of the size you need but also allowing you to build the whole complex system which includes pump, flow censors, control unit and reservoir all integrated to...
  17. Skyguy

    AquaComputer Cuplex Kryos XT

    The AquaComputer Cuplex Kryos CPU water block comes in a variety of versions and they all look gorgeous. We're going to pit the Kryos against a couple other top water blocks and see how things shake out. Click HERE for the full review.
  18. Skyguy

    Enzotech Stealth CPU Water Block

    The Enzotech Stealth CPU water block has a design that is apparently inspired by the F-117 Nighthawk jet fighter built with stealth technology. They didn’t just use the Stealth name to represent the quiet operation, but also the aesthetics as well. Fortunately, PureOC’s radar detected the...
  19. Skyguy

    XSPC Rasa CPU Water Block

    XSPC’s last CPU water block was released almost two years ago, and it has been a long time coming in waiting to see a new block from them, but it’s now here. The name? The XSPC Rasa. Is the Rasa a state-of-the-art CPU water block that can compete with today’s popular blocks? Not ones to shy...
  20. Skyguy

    XSPC RX360 Radiator

    XSPC is no stranger to us in the water cooling community. They are getting more recognition for their design and value performance products. The company recently released the revision of RX360, the high performance radiator line. And today we’re looking at it. Click HERE for the...