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Re: PC Water Cooling

 by MadManCK ¦  Sun Feb 25, 2018 7:35 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14173

Thanks :2thumbsup: @ Bear;I have all parts you mention. But the triple top is bad qual. I will not get one again. I have exactly the one from the drawing. The current fill tube will be hidden behind the res for the large part. Not too messy. I will need to do some cable management. The real cosmetic...

Re: WeeklyTournaments

 by MadManCK ¦  Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:57 am ¦  Forum: Weekly Challenges & Events ¦  Topic: WeeklyTournaments ¦  Replies: 1649 ¦  Views: 36157

WOW, Very Nice time BATA :2thumbsup: Here's next weeks challenge: "Pony Express" its a bit longer than 3 min but its all the way desert highway ^^ Car: Ford Mustang GT 2011 Circuit spec Code: F6W8268 Please do not exceed 3 minutes. We'll leave this one for now. You can ...

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by MadManCK ¦  Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:14 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14173

PWM pump does not run for some reason. I used the bottom wpump jumper to mount the pump RPM control. As i'm not used to PWM pumps, there might be something i forgot. Do i need to shortcut the PWM plug? Or simply remove it from the mobo during filling? I will try the last now. :party: PS During the a...

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by MadManCK ¦  Sun Feb 25, 2018 6:26 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14173

They are not meant to come loose. Only a very short tube (4cm) is causing issues as soon® as you try to tighten the fittings clamps. I will find a way to deal with it. I might have to replace the whole thing, including both fittings. :o Kudos for the tube material though. A bit thicker than normal i...

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by MadManCK ¦  Sat Feb 24, 2018 5:09 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14173

Got some tube issues. Getting them on the fittings is no real problem, after some time in warm water. But the real short ones are driving me nuts. And once they are fitted, you can not remove them anymore. Not so easy anyway. That is a good thing too, as tubes won't come loose easily because of that...

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by MadManCK ¦  Sat Feb 24, 2018 10:46 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14173

I mounted some RGB stuff, installed the Cable Mod extensions and started with some cable management at the back. Massive cable salad over there. And i need to secure it to avoid loose cables getting into fans. Also fiddled the green led in the reservoir top, that will light the whole reservoir, once...

Re: PC Upgrades

 by MadManCK ¦  Sat Feb 24, 2018 10:38 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Upgrades ¦  Replies: 874 ¦  Views: 26472

Nice and clean build. Mugen's are beasts. 65 under load is pretty good wih an OC CPU.

Still, that mod might be simple, but sending them feedback is always appreciated. :idea:

Re: Car Mechanic Simulator 2018

 by MadManCK ¦  Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:51 pm ¦  Forum: Other Racing Games ¦  Topic: Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 ¦  Replies: 22 ¦  Views: 689

The chrome one with the bubble top :P

Re: Formula1 Talk

 by MadManCK ¦  Fri Feb 23, 2018 8:03 am ¦  Forum: The Lay-by ¦  Topic: Formula1 Talk ¦  Replies: 952 ¦  Views: 32990

Mercedes 2018 weapon. If it drives like it looks, Ferrari will win :loll: Not the best looking car on the grid, i'm afraid. And Toto Wolf wants to use a chainsaw to get rid of the Halo. I...

Re: Formula1 Talk

 by MadManCK ¦  Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:53 am ¦  Forum: The Lay-by ¦  Topic: Formula1 Talk ¦  Replies: 952 ¦  Views: 32990
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PC Water Cooling

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Car Mechanic Simulator 2018


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