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new here and first hardline build

Discussion in 'Watercooling' started by Stewart walker, 2 Aug 2020.

  1. Stewart walker

    Stewart walker New Member

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    New to the forums and first attempt at hardlines so be gentle :).

    3900x
    msi 570x gaming plus
    32 GB Corsair 3600 vengeance pro
    GTX 1070 Ti (wasnt spending anythyng on a GPU this close to next gen)
    Mix of EK and corsair Cooling hardware in a Thermeltake view 51 case, all LED's running through icue.

    quite happy but will be re doing a couple of runs that are slightly out (gpu to rad and CPU to rad)
    the FLT 240 is purely to make things easier for filling ,bleeding and draining,
    and i like the look ;)

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  2. adidan

    adidan Guesswork is still work

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    Welcome @Stewart walker , make yourself at home.

    Tidy looking build there, sensible to hold off on the GPU until you we have to pawn all possessions to fund a next gen card.
     
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    Smoked Brisket New Member

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    I like the way you used the two flt's. Did you use the 240 fill port to fill both reservoirs? If so, very smart. Nice clean build!
     
  4. Stewart walker

    Stewart walker New Member

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    Thanks im pretty happy just waiting on next gen gpu now .
    Yeah the 240 is used for filling the loop, it was originally just the 360 and it was a pain to fill, its a heavy case to tilt, as the outlet is halfway up theres not much coolant before the pump is exposed when flat.
     
  5. DanH

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    Looks very nice frosted look
     
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