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    Quote Originally Posted by skypine27 View Post
    What is that square "box" thing in front of the video cards??
    Its a EK terminal used to link more than one card together.

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    Yea, i have the same thing; Honestly if i were to go back i wouldnt use the SLI watercool bridge.
    1. You have to line up each card exactly. If you dont the o' rings dont make proper contact and so as soon as you turn on the pump... water everywhere.
    2. In order to line it up properly, its best to attach all the cards first before putting them in the case. The makes it hard to line up the slots as you now have 2-4 cards that need to be pushed into the pcie slots at the same time, and so have to line up perfectly. But at least you can do the air pressure test outside the case (basically cover one hole with your finger and blow into the other hole as hard as you can. If you hear air, you have a leak.
    3. if one of the cards are bad, you have to disassemble the ENTIRE damn thing, (for reasons listed before);

    If i were to do it again, i would have just bought low profile compression fittings for a tiny 1-2" acrylic line. This way you only need to take out the selected card by loosening the 2 compression fittings. I also think its looks better since can see the liquid in the tubes.

    I might and change it the next time i have to flush the system. Oh and if your currious; the loop is 3.5L to fill :P

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array LiveOrDie PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by simfreak101 View Post
    Yea, i have the same thing; Honestly if i were to go back i wouldnt use the SLI watercool bridge.
    1. You have to line up each card exactly. If you dont the o' rings dont make proper contact and so as soon as you turn on the pump... water everywhere.
    2. In order to line it up properly, its best to attach all the cards first before putting them in the case. The makes it hard to line up the slots as you now have 2-4 cards that need to be pushed into the pcie slots at the same time, and so have to line up perfectly. But at least you can do the air pressure test outside the case (basically cover one hole with your finger and blow into the other hole as hard as you can. If you hear air, you have a leak.
    3. if one of the cards are bad, you have to disassemble the ENTIRE damn thing, (for reasons listed before);

    If i were to do it again, i would have just bought low profile compression fittings for a tiny 1-2" acrylic line. This way you only need to take out the selected card by loosening the 2 compression fittings. I also think its looks better since can see the liquid in the tubes.

    I might and change it the next time i have to flush the system. Oh and if your currious; the loop is 3.5L to fill :P
    I always air test my components before installing waterblocks on them, I didn't have one problem removing my cards or installing them and i have taken them out around 3 times, The terminal should always be installed out side the case, Use a few boxes to hold the cards when installing the terminal and install the terminal so the O-rings are sitting in there groves this will stop any pinching. When removing the single terminal from one of my GPU i found some pinching there and these come tested from EK no leaks but still wasn't good to see.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array skypine27 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveOrDie View Post
    Its a EK terminal used to link more than one card together.

    Thx for the info. Never seen one of those!! No offense, but I just don't like the looks of that.

    I like this guys setup (visually) to handle SLI cards. I don't care for the green color of his setup, but the short straight tubes with visible fluid in them seems (again, my opinion only) the best looking way to handle it.

    Last edited by skypine27; 02-15-2015 at 04:26 PM.
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    *Monitor: Dell Alienware AW3418DW @ 120hz
    *Storage OS: Samsung SM961 Pro (1TB) Windows 10
    *Storage Games Internal: 4TB 850 EVO RAID0
    *Storage Extermal: 32TB Raid0 (External USB 3.1 Box)
    *Case/PSU: Thermaltake V71 TG/RGB + 3 Rads (120mm, 360mm, 420mm) + Corsair AX1200i PSU

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    -Hello there. this is my setup

    Named; The Balrog

    *Hardware/

    -Cpu; Intel® Core™ i7-5930K Processor
    (15M Cache, up to 3.70 GHz)
    -Motherboard; Asus Rampage v Extreme x99 LGA 2011-V3
    -Ram; Corsair Platinum 16gb 2666mhz DDR4
    -Psu; Corsair AX1500I (1500W)
    -Case; Corsair 900D Obsidian
    -Sound Card; Asus Xonar Phoebus 7.1
    -Controle fan; Asus Rog Front Base Panel
    -Monitor; Asus Rog Swift pg278q Gsync
    -Ssd; Samsung 850 Pro 256 GB ( X2 )
    -Hdd; Western Digital Black 1TB ( X2)
    Western Digital Black 320GB (Backup System Windows)
    -Gpu; R9 290 TriX ( just for the moment waiting for gtx 980ti 8 for 2 way sli and water cooling them)
    -Fans; Corsair Sp120 Quite edition (x7)
    Corsair Af120 Quite edition (x3)
    Corsair Af140 Quite edition (x1)
    -Thermal Paste; Arctic MX-4
    -Thermal Cleaning ; Arctic Kit

    *Water Cooling/

    -RAD 1; Ekwb XTX Coolstream 480mm
    -RAD 2; Ekwb XTX Coolstream 360mm
    -Reservoirs ; koolance 471ml ( X2 )
    -Pmp; koolance 450 High Flow ( X2)
    -Ridgid tubing; EkWB HD 12/16mm ( 4m)
    -Fittings: EKWB HDC 12/16mm ( X16)
    -Valve; Bitspower Mini Valve (X2)
    -Rotary Fittings; Ekwb 90 Degree (X10)
    -Distiled water ; Mayhames Ultra Pure H20 (5L)
    -Cleaning System and Rads; Mayhames Blitz Pro
    -Dye; Mayhames Deep Red Dyes 15ml
    -Bioacide; Mayhames Extreme Biocide 15ml
    -Cpu block; EK-Supremacy EVO - Acetal+Nickel
    -Motherboard block; EK-FB KIT ASUS R5E - Acetal+Nickel (Original CSQ)
    -EK-HD Tube D.I.Y. Kit 10&12mm
    -127 Inner-Outer Reamer
    -Ekwb Fc Bridge
    -Gpus Block; When They Come out Gtx 980Ti 8gb With Backplate Sli (X2)

    *Prepherials ;

    -Mouse; Razer Naga Epic Chroma
    -Keyboard ; Razer Blackwidow Chroma
    -Mouse pad; Razer Vespula
    -Joystick; Razer Sabertooth
    -Headset; Seinnheiser G4me Zero
    -Speakers ; Logitech Z906 5.1 (on the way )
    -Webcam; Logitech C930e Full HD 1080p
    -Evga Sli Bridge
    -External HDD Western Digital My Passport Ultra 1TB 3.0 USB
    -Headset Stand Turtle Beach

    *Software;

    -System; Windows 8.1 Pro 64bits full Version Original Key
    -Antivirus; Kaspersky Pure 3.0 Full Version


    *Temp idel/
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    -Mb; 21c

    cant add my rig pictures dont know why he won't upload it

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    ROG Member Array fanf74 PC Specs
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    My little ROG

    Hi All,

    My specs :
    ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME (bios 1001)
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    INTEL 5960X @ 4.5GHZ & 1.30 VCPU
    2 ASUS 980 GTX
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    SSD OS SAMSUNG 512 PRO 840
    SSD DATA SAMSUNG 1To 840 EVO
    HOME MADE WATERCOOLING WITH A DOUBLE RAD
    3 ASUS ROG 27 SWIFT....

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Avenger411 PC Specs
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    Hey!

    Here's my build

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    That Rosewill THOR V2 has a lot of space to work with, installing components was really fun !

    Max
    Cpu : Intel 5930K@4.25ghz@1.2v / Cache @4.25ghz@1.20v
    Cpu Cooler : Corsair H100i
    Case : Corsair 780T
    Memory : G.Skills 32GB DDR4-3200mhz CAS 15-15-15-35-1T@1.370v
    Motherboard : Asus Rampage V Extreme (BIOS 3504)
    M2 : Samsung 950 Pro NVME 512gb (Gaming)
    M2 : SSD1 : OCZ RD400A 128gb (windows)
    SSD1 : Crucial MX100 512gb (data)
    Gfx : EVGA Titan X w/ 980 Hybrid Cooling AiO Liquid Cooler
    PSU : Antec HCP-1000W
    Monitor : Asus RoG Swift

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    Keep 'em coming guys..

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