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  1. ...the above was just a test-bench 'leak test' w/ deinoized water and a bit of Mayhems XL UV blue mix w/o bleeding air etc...2x GPU blocks in series plus 360 rad. For the final loops, it will be 80% Mayhems XL UV blue w/ about 20 % deionized water
  2. ...yeah, here's a quick vid from early August test where you can see both inlet sides
  3. Very nice ! Also: Muskoka, Ontario ? I used to live nearby in Orillia, Ontario
  4. ...might have confused D5 pumps and reference to QD4 (Koolance 1/2 - 3/4 Quick Disconnects) ...as to reservoirs, I am using two XSPC reservoirs (below), one for each circuit. However, said reservoirs have dual connections each on each side in case I want to 'siamese' loops.
  5. Good questions, but the 3x D5 pumps w/ the white ring are just mounted together, but actually connections of each go off to a different radiator before returning to the next pump The 2x D5 in the Revo are stock and have a housing designed to control cavitation.
  6. ...I only had sporadic FS2020 play time recently as both systems loaded with it are undergoing custom fab and mods. Once complete, I might do a deep-dive into 'local cache' rather than just 'rolling cache', as much as they're related. However, with local cache, you can manually add much greater detail for selected areas...that also helps both visuals and performance a bit but is apparently quite tedious a process. ... @Andrew - I've heard a lot of folks suggest that FS2020 VR could use more hp, even with an oc'ed 3090. So far, I resisted VR as much as I'm interested in it...and went instead for a new LG C1 48 OLED and and older LG IPS HDR 55 on the two respective FS2020 work-and-play machines that have FS2020 loaded. Quite immersive in their own right, and buttery-smooth even at 4K Ultra max.
  7. ...it's a project to streamline the home-office and combine work-and-play machines mounted on a modified TT Core P8. Cooling system will serve a 5950X / 3090 Strix OC w-cooled (up to 950W all in, including peripherals) and a 3950X / 6900XT w-cooled (up to 800W all in). I'm close to finishing it (finally) and will post additional pics and information soon.
  8. ...and all the tubing for both systems from the mobile cooling table is complete as well now, up to the QD4 transitions into the case. Given the massive rad volumes of a combined of 2520x60+ and the 5x D5s, I will try to prefill the two loops as much as I can with Mayhems XL UV Blue and about 30% deionized water...otherwise bleeding air will be a long-term affair...
  9. I finished up all the w-cooling pump and rad tubing connections today up to one end of the Koolance QD4s - everything is done in reverse on this build, for both mobos on the TT Core P8. Per below, the w-cooling table still has to be pretty_fied, but it works...'Raven A' colour scheme will be close to 'Raven B' > here. I also had a bit of a scare via a big Oops moment - was trying to Dremel off some protruding screw heads while upside down, slipped and zapped one of the Primoflex LRT with the Dremel cutting wheel ; fortunately ok re. leaks
  10. While Raven B (posted earlier in this thread) and its two mobos have all the rads and pumps onboard the TT Core P5, Raven A (pics soon of the TT Core P8) has a separate mobile table w/wheels connected via Koolance QD4s for cooling...total of 2520x60+ rad space divided into two banks (one for each mobo / GPU combo)...wiring for 42 fans via fan hubs and 5x D5s all checked out - which is a good thing as I don't want to do that again anytime soon
  11. ..."42 is an even bigger pain in the ... " - yup, it most certainly is was ! But I wired up all 42 of them (via fan hubs) in two banks, one for each system. Amazingly, they all work as intended Daily setups are: - 1340x60+ rads for the 5950x / 3090 Strix / 3x D5s - 1200x60+ rads for the 3950x / 6900XT / 2x D5s Main cooling tubes have Koolance QD4s, so I can change / add to either of the two banks of rads. Each bank's fans can be disconnected via just one SATA; and all the cooling for both mobos is mounted to my little mobile table /wheels.
  12. long live Nieuw-Amsterdam ! ban Swiss cheese in favour of Gouda
  13. Yup....AND upside-down, too !
  14. ...just so you know, the earth is round and there really is no 'side' to all that water
  15. ...banned coz...who really knows. Personally, I think he might be from another galaxy...2nd one top left ?
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