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  1. And the aftermath of the tube installation.
  2. A VLog of the singularity acrylic tube installation. Had to use two different cameras to capture the process. Hence the difference in lighting.
  3. Preparing all the tubes with the fittings before diving in. Understand that tube bending would have saved a lot of time and eliminated all the fail points at the 90 degree joints. But I get scared shitless when it comes to bending and moreover the tubes are acrylic. Heads-up to anyone buying singularity 16MM acrylic tubes and Bitspower 16MM fittings. Had to struggle while shoving the tube into the fittings. Had to use a lot *soap water* . Assume that the tubes’ OD is exactly 16mm. Shout out to Paul's Hardware. His video suggested getting the mini saw(buy her
  4. As I didn't have access to CAD, I made an initial mock-up of the custom loop using Styrofoam. Re-posting my own earlier post here This wonky makeshift loop gives an okay picture of the bends and lengths of the pipes. The loop order is as follows: outlet of the reservoir built into the manifold at the back -> into the graphic block -> radiator mounted on the top panel -> tube above the motherboard -> into the CPU block -> radiator mounted on to the front panel(not in the picture) -> inlet of the reservoir at the top. I wanted
  5. A VLog of EKWB velocity CPU block installation. The jet plate was swapped out as the stock one is for 1151 chipset and mine is 2066 chipset. The inlet and outlet port have been rotated and made vertical for easy loop design. This is a VLog of EKWB GTX FE Nickel water block and EK-FC1080 GTX Ti backplate on the TitanXP graphics card. TitanXp water blocks were either decommissioned or out of stock at the time of buying. So had to go with a 1080Ti water block. Major pain in the ass while dis-assembling was decoupling the fan cable and GEFORCE logo
  6. Back with more updates. Had shot few videos while assembling. Would be posting them. Here's a Vlog of installation of CableMod neon green sleeved cables on the case. The case has cable combs built into the manifold which helps in alignment.
  7. Not a lot of progress has been made since the last post due to lockdown. However I did try to mount the fans on the panels and test them for working. Had to wire the power cables through the panel for better management. The fans are loud AF. May be it might get silent once the curves are set.
  8. Hope everyone is safe. Started assembling a rig with a custom water loop with singularity spectre. Here is the progress made so far As I don't have access to CAD/SketchUp app(typing this on a tablet), I made an initial mockup of the custom loop using styrofoam. (Ignore the scaffold of water can and the block cover) This wonky makeshift loop gives an okay picture of the bends and lengths of the pipes. The loop order is as follows: outlet of the reservoir built into the man
  9. Ok. To conclude for setting up speed profiles Water temp sensor connector Connect to T_SENSOR to use as an input source in BIOS utility as you don't have to worry about resetting in case of system format or multi-boot options. Or connect to W_IN to use as an input source in AI suite and risk dealing with it. 2 Fan Hub PWM connectors Connect to CPU_FAN and CHA_1/2 if the pump is connected to W_PUMP. Or connect to CHA_1/2 if a) pump is connected CPU_FAN b) connected to W_PUMP and configure the BIOS to not detect the CPU_FAN. D
  10. I'm a noob. Please let me know if I have understood this properly. Isn't the D5PWM connector meant for controlling the pump's RPM and ramping up the fluid flow based on temp? Would it serve any good if it's connected to CPU_FAN instead of the dedicated W_PUMP header on the MOBO? There are two out-of-the-box fan hubs provided by deepcool. Each controlling three fans. Quadro only differs with extra fan support and an inhouse temp sensor
  11. I guess you're right. From the screens available on the web, W_IN is available as input for the AI suite. But not for UEFI utility. So would you advise against using the AI suite and go for the BIOS fan control with T_Sensor for controlling temp? I've seen a lot of people complain about bugginness of the suite.
  12. Thanks a lot for clearing that up. You've been a great help. Appreciate it
  13. I hope everyone has quarantined themselves and is staying safe. Posting it here for more visibility. Had started with singularity spectre build few months back. Here's the link of the build log progress I've made till now I thought I'd pose these questions and ask for suggestions Have a bitspower temp sensor stop fitting for monitoring the coolant's temperature. Should I plug this into a 2-pin W_IN header as shown below? The manual says the header is for monitoring the liquid cooling system. Or plug into T_S
  14. I hope everyone has quarantined themselves and is staying safe. My country has gone into lockdown for a period of 21days. Not much progress has been made with the build a few of the parts are still stuck at the post office. Meanwhile, I thought I'd pose these questions and ask for suggestions Have a bitspower temp sensor stop fitting for monitoring the coolant's temperature. Should I plug this into a 2-pin W_IN header as shown below? The manual says the header is for monitoring the liquid cooling system. Or plug into T_SENSOR1 whic
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