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My Weird Watercooling Setup

ParkerWWW
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Hey all, I thought you might find this interesting. I used one of the old EK Predator 'AIO' water coolers to create a hardline custom loop. The predator is at the front with the pump at the bottom, and I have a 360 radiator in the top. The loop is just to cool the CPU as I find myself swapping the GPU far more often than the MOBO and Processor. The only thing custom about the rig is how I set the drain up out the front of the case behind the front panel and the power supply cover. I think it makes for a pretty clean setup. (pardon the messy cables, this was just after putting in new coolant).

 

Specs:

i7 5820k @4.6GHZ

AsRock x99 Extreme 4

GTX 1080 founders

RM1000 PSU

Intel 500GB NVME SSD

32GB EVGA DDR4 2400

2x2TB HDD

Case - Fractal Define S

 

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Is it water or liquid cooled? It looks like hardline cooling but not water. I'm just asking, it looks AMAZING!!!!

Just message or quote me if you have questions! I might not be able to answer them, but I might be able to help!

Current PC

Way too crappy to even say.

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8 minutes ago, OdinSword said:

looks clean! love the hue of that blue

Thanks man, it works well for me. Been running it like this for almost 4 years

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Just now, ParkerWWW said:

Thanks man, it works well for me. Been running it like this for almost 4 years

4 years? Nice maintaining the system!

Just message or quote me if you have questions! I might not be able to answer them, but I might be able to help!

Current PC

Way too crappy to even say.

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1 minute ago, Cameron Goodwin said:

Is it water or liquid cooled? It looks like hardline cooling but not water. I'm just asking, it looks AMAZING!!!!

I don't understand your question, it is water cooled but the tubing is hardline. There is water flowing through the hardline tubes? The fluid itself is EK-CryoFuel Solid Azure Blue.

 

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-cryofuel-solid-azure-blue-premix-1000-ml

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that blue looks cool

 

temps?

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Just now, iLostMyXbox21 said:

that blue looks cool

 

temps?

^^

Just message or quote me if you have questions! I might not be able to answer them, but I might be able to help!

Current PC

Way too crappy to even say.

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Just now, Cameron Goodwin said:

4 years? Nice maintaining the system!

If I'm honest this was the first time I redid the coolant in those 4 years haha. Just distilled water, a silver kill coil and originally primochill UV blue die. But I wouldn't recommend that die, it lost it's glow after 2 weeks

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Just now, ParkerWWW said:

at 4.6ghz, not sure the voltage, I sit in the mid to high 60's

Nice!

Just message or quote me if you have questions! I might not be able to answer them, but I might be able to help!

Current PC

Way too crappy to even say.

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3 minutes ago, ParkerWWW said:

I don't understand your question, it is water cooled but the tubing is hardline. There is water flowing through the hardline tubes? The fluid itself is EK-CryoFuel Solid Azure Blue.

 

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-cryofuel-solid-azure-blue-premix-1000-ml

I was just asking if it was water or not. Thank you.

Just message or quote me if you have questions! I might not be able to answer them, but I might be able to help!

Current PC

Way too crappy to even say.

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