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  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice Build... I really wonder where you got the Small screen for the temps reading and if you could send me the link I will appreciated

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

if you doing a loop id suggest these over whats in that case...Thermaltake Pacific Temperature Sensor G 1/4 Digital Display with Alarm CL-W151-CU00BL- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y3N4NN6/ref=nav_timeline_asin?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 ,theres lots of different brands,whats in that case is something like this BXQINLENX Celsius LCD Temperature Meter - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ESR10NG?psc=1 again,you can find tons a different variants of both these items,search around and find what ya like is the best plan,and then research the crap out of it so ya don't have something that is dead in a few months.cheers!!:)

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks a lot for the information and links. I knew yours was custom loop, and I had the guess that those were sensor used on loop. I plan to to a custom loop in the future. Also, I was hoping a display that, let say it will plug to the USB header and take the motherboard data to display the temps that are register on the system something along the line. That is sort of what I was looking for but couldn't find anything like that.

(right now is not worth doing a custom on a 1070, 1080 ti and above is more worth it tho EK aluminum kits sound nice but the compatibility of the fittings sad aluminum and copper dont work I'll be needing to check more before I even think on using them) Still thanks for taking your time and get the links for this.

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

I did mine on a 1070,now a 1080 gaming x,with the temps I can get I can push it till it performs almost good as a 1080ti,but no prob,they were in my cart bc I'm getting more soon for 2 new builds for friends..if ya do a loop lemme know,love checking out custom loops just bc ya don't see a whole lot on here lately.cheers!!

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for your response and I was surprise to to know that using liquid metal TIM on a aluminum will cause damage like that. That is well to know thanks. Yeah the Idea for the loop is there, but the money is not. Still probably will wait to see how Volta after pascal do, see prices and else see what gives me more benefits on the long run. Tho I wish I could do a loop now even with soft tubing for a first time loop.

But money wise I see how things go. Thanks for the information and other things I didn't know about.

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

just go hard,your dump all that cash and then once you realize after 6 months "this need to be hardline tubbing"ya gotta dump mony back into all the fittings,and that's where all the costs really come from when building a loop,just buy pieces here and there,get all your rads,then pump/res,then what gauge tubing 12/10mm is awesome to work with,you can get the 1000 cm crystal tube,once you know what card and cpu your have then get cpu and gpu blocks and let your mind do the work!petg is so cheap ya can buy 4-6 tubes just to fu** up,thats what I did and then I had no issues,i promise ya hard tube is very easy!ive never done soft tubing,and I'm a newb at it,so that's saying in itself how simple it is!lol.your get there bro,stuff aint cheap,but look for deals,just don't buy a bunch of different companys items,try to stick to one or two for the whole thing.

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

try to get your rads/blocks/fitting from a company that use all high grade copper,stay away from aluminum esp for your cpu block,and even MORE if you use liquid metal TIM as it eats away aluminum,just is a magnet for water to oxidize making a leak more prone to have damaged to components caused by conductive fluid,the longer the water flows over aluminum the more conductive it becomes,its fine for the most part,some are more picky than others and use products that don't mesh with certain metals,which all make water conductive eventually!lol.nice chatting with ya and looking forward to seeing your build when ya get it done:)

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

Yea sure!

It's an XSPC temp reader. There's MANY variation from many brand but these are small an sata powered.

Here is the fluid plug sensor https://www.googleadservices.com/pagead/aclk?sa=L&ai=DChcSEwilk92AxPnVAhXYF4EKHenlA7oYABABGgJ5dw&ohost=www.google.com&cid=CAESEeD2X4grlDLtC_kRVVLSGsGP&sig=AOD64_3Cs1a-SLD6YQFSMuDDS4EcNIdDeA&ctype=5&q=&ved=0ahUKEwjeh9WAxPnVAhVDJiYKHY67CdYQwg8IJg&adurl=

Here is a normal sensor I placed in between the mother board plug for system temp. https://m.newegg.com/products/9SIAAXT5M10148?ignorebbr=true&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleMKP-Mobile&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleMKP-Mobile-_-pla-_-Liquid+%2f+Water+Cooling-_-9SIAAXT5M10148&gclid=Cj0KCQjw_o7NBRDgARIsAKvAgt0fl_bLAjl7kaUB2v-vx1jXKslyBSwf-BBJ27TygOi3k7RSYywz5lYaAtTUEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

You can buy the temp display separately also! They're on amazon just search XSPC temp display or even Thermaltake or alphacool etc. XSPC is more budget friendly.