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Corsair 680x Watercooling Loop

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a Corsair Crystal 680x case, and I want to use Corsair Hydro X watercooling parts to make a custom loop. I'm wondering how I can configure it so that there is a fill port near the top of the whole thing, and a drain port at the lowest point. It's a relatively heavy case, so tipping it around to get my drain port lower might not be the best option...

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Well proper planning could ensure that. 

But it would need to be perfect to drain everything out and to fill the whole loop from one spot. 

Do you want the fill port to go to the res or the highest part of the loop?


Same with the drain, simple planning not sure how else to explain that. 

a pic of the setup and an idea of how many rads you want could help give an idea. 

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