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Now that I've actually got a working build, it's a lot easier to see where I can improve than designing it initially. I've seen so many posts and videos on cracked plastic blocks.I regret using a dye of any kind in the water. I finally did that and here are my thoughts on the process, on the idea of water cooling, and so forth.Don't use fancy gimmicky PC cases as a starter caseBecause I'm a dummy, I thought, it would be easier to work with water cooling in a smaller case. It's super heavy! I could knock someone out with this thing. My PSU came with crappy cables anyways so I opted into making/buying custom cables but for the fans, I had to buy extensions for every single one of them. It's rather expensive and time consuming. My first build could have been so much easier to build if I just kept it to maybe a small to mid-ATX case. While the case is a mini-ITX, it's still as tall as a full tower. In addition, fittings are surprisingly expensive not to mention the general shipping cost. I went with a thicker tubing to prevent kinks but then opted out of anti-kink coils since I don't have enough room, literally.
This is actually a good design and it can fit virtually any card you put in here. I had no room for a drain and so I just have a drain at the lowest point of the system that sits over a radiator. This may seem like a positive thing but hiding wires is hard and there is no compartment for getting wires from one side of the case to the other.The graphics card sits parallel to the motherboard in a mounted metal bracket that sits behind the motherboard. It's just one of those things where you see it, it looks awesome, you build computers, so you want to do that. ASRock is just not the quality I desire though they do have good value. essentially defeating the point of a mini-ITX case in some regards. They're at the bottom and back of the case which is a bit weird in my opinion.Extensions are needed everywhere. USB 24 Wire Omnidirectional Laser Barcode Scanner - Grey.
1-Wire Temperature IP Sensor Monitor Remote Environment.. Картридж Epson T2636 C13T26364010. It got typically good reviews, was built for water cooling apparently, I figured it would be a good start. Unfortunately, I found very little options here. Another oversight on my part.There is a really bad lack of comprehensive information for watercoolingFor whatever reason, I found it actually a bit hard to find quality starter guides for water cooling. Boy do I regret going with a small case. A lot of people were concerned about micro bacteria. What I could have done I suppose is gotten a T with a ball valve hooked up to a connector. I've always wanted to build a custom loop within a PC. EK doesn't even say anywhere in their guides to buy fittings which is weird given they sell the damn things. The tubing itself my not actually be that difficult with some practice and foresight.I regret going with a small case. The graphics card should also either sit towards the back of the case or right up against the motherboard to save room. It took nearly an hour for two rads. Touching the front cover of the stress test shows that it's a huge hot spot on the case. but EK didn't really provide a whole lot of options here and I didn't find a whole lot of alternative or information on how to go about an efficient drain valve at all.
Термопреобразователи ТСМУ-205, …. Great, except this thing gets absolutely awful airflow as it blocks any straight airflow from fans. You would think someone took a spoonful of metal shavings and dumped them in the radiators.
Prepare Flat Cable for soldering on a pin connector. I just used a paper towel and drained them until i stopped seeing filament. Training Videos to help use and understand our products. I noticed a lot of tutorials don't really mention them either but they'll casually use them when building their example PC in their video/article.There doesn't seem to be any real consensus on what you need to clean outside of the radiator. I winged most of this build and I clearly messed up some of it in design in retrospect.My drain is bad. The benchmarks are pretty godly though but more importantly, the temperatures are more than satisfactory. I also could have gotten a better motherboard. This was dumb, since cleaning it will be a nightmare. USB 24 Wire Omnidirectional Laser Barcode Scanner - Grey. I actually had to go back a couple times to buy some extra fittings and extenders to make everything even remotely clean looking. Since I didn't account for the extra length though, I can't even use the cover since it bumps into my radiator/pump combo.It has a cover for every side of the case. It might be closer as the PSU starts losing efficiency but should be fine, even with my good sized GPU overclock right now.Overall, I like the results. Not ideal, especially since I decided to go with a red UV dye in the coolant liquid. My PSU is also on the small side though I haven't gotten close to the danger zone yet. I also used opaque tubing and metal blocks making it even dumber than normal.I regret not going with hard tubing. That said, I have complaints about almost every section of this case.It opens from all four sides. In particular, I made the mistake of going with the Phantek Evolv Shift X. The joy of building it was somewhat sucked out by the horrible experience i had with the case unfortunately. I can't get over how frustrating the cabling is with this thing.Another oversight on my part but if you intend to put the case in a small area, don't ever expect to reach your motherboard backplate since it's covered by the case. which I don't understand when you use something like a liquid biocide or a UV dye. You have to open part of the case to get to it