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Removed my AIO went with a full custom loop.. Little help for ideas on routing

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Cnaydmancangt

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May 12, 2015
yea lol my brothers wife said it looks like a mad scientists lab.

Btw ias that pic from Flubber ?
 

UltraTaco

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Oct 28, 2017
:shrug: don't know, it's from Google search results for "scientist lab". I did look up search results for "mad scientist", but didn't want you to get upset, so I opted for something more civilized:D
 

Keith Myers

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Aug 11, 2015
I needed to add another 360mm rad to my loop as only a single 360mm wasn't cutting it. 2700X and GTX 1080Ti at full load 24/7. I made my loop layout based solely on functionality with ease of removal of either the cpu block or gpu with enough working loop to pull the component to the side for maintenance. I didn't care about loop length or order of components in the loop since the loop will reach equilibrium at any point. I am very happy with the temps now.