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  1. Your best bet would be to go with the pastel white or X1 clear and dye it purple.
  2. Yes it works the same from my understanding I've done it one a few systems before without issue. Try putting a small voltage like 0.001V instead of auto on that offset to see if that is what a causing it to jump up.
  3. That's really odd that looks alright to me, another way is to do it with addition turbo on auto and using just the offset voltage. Try reseting the CMOS to make sure it's not just stuck in default mode even though it's setup as adaptive and check the BIOS so it's up to date, I'm not 100% sure why that would be occurring.
  4. Can you post a screen shot of your overclock settings, a small rise above the set voltage is not uncommon due to inaccuracies in software voltage monitoring but that is a fair bit more.
  5. Eaton makes excellent units, that unit is much larger than you need however for your system for the load you will be applying. APC consumer units do not go over 1500VA you will need to go up to the commercial units.
  6. It's the third one which is an adjustable length fitting used for SLI connections on GPU's. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16400/ex-tub-1318/Bitspower_Adjustable_Aqua_Link_Pipe_II_41-69mm_-_Black_Sparkle_BP-BSDG14AALPII.html?tl=c101s873b145&id=wUZrAe2M
  7. Don't use a stress test like realbench they will push the voltage above the set limit when using adaptive mode. You can't use any artificial stress test using adaptive, benmark software such as cinebench won't cause that to occur.
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  9. Yes for that little module board you can draw way more currently directly from the cell but you'll want a different method of having a low voltage cut off before the cell runs down too low and damages itself.
  10. You measure the opening you require for the pass throug fitting, start by marking your drill location and center punch so the bit has somewhere to start and not wander around. After just drill down the the apporiate sized step on the bit and your good.
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  12. Their aluminum kits are not a problem since everything within the loop must be aluminum, currently options for blocks are limited but more options should come out soon. Loop order makes no difference really, as long as the res is above and right before the pump so it doesn't run dry.
  13. There is one downside with the protection built into the little modules since you will be limited to 1.2Amp which is what that board can handle.
  14. They do have that option if you want to individually select components. https://www.ekwb.com/custom-loop-configurator/ Here are the kits: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/kits/performance-series
  15. I would recommend the P series kit from EKWB, those are a good base to build on. The P 360 kit is a good option if you want to add in a GPU block. -Moved to Liquid and Exotic Cooling-