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38 Comments

  1. The water is going in through the outlet on that cpu block?

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  2. its tubing on the wrong port of the pump ?

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  3. GPU is connected incorrectly (input and output between them)

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  4. The image stretched vertically, I think that’s the error needs to fix.

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  5. It’s the pump, the valve on the pump to flush the loop is on the entrance for the fluid.

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  6. You are missing the word “the” from the question ..

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  7. Water going in the cpu block outlet and there’s no cables

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  8. The front rad is doing nothing.

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    • Nope… can have a 5/4 cap there, the water would still flow around the 2 gpus and out the only hole availiable, that one on the bottom, im pretty sure its not that… but whatever

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  9. No Psu cables connected!!!!

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    • Nah cant be that, thta would be obvious -.- its in the build, that is clearly not finished, not the cables

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  10. The second PCIe slot of the Asus Maximus VIII Formula is not x1, is x16. This mobo has 6 PCIe slots and the Graphis cards in SLI has to be inserted in the two first PCIe x16 slots: 2º and 6º in order to work as dual x8. The final PCIex16 slot at the bottom is just x4 really.

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    • WELL thats EXTREMELY precise… i cant even see the specs… should be something more obvious than that, thats too specific

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      • Yeah, I was wrong. The graphics card backplate reflection confused me XD

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  11. Could it be the pump?? i cant see anything conected from the fitting on the left side of the pump.

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  12. The bottom reservoir mount isn’t attached to anything.

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  13. IN and OUT for the cpu waterblock are inverted 🙂

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  14. the cables like the power,usb,audio is not hooked up

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  15. Pump on top of reservoir? 😉

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  16. “There is no spoon”

    There is no error. ????

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  17. by following the loop i have noticed an error:
    pump > gpu > gpu > ram > cpu > mosfet > top rad > reservoir

    The radiator on the right side seems to be connected only to the tank

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  18. The Sli configuration is messed up. Two outputs on the top card

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  19. the two ports used on the pump top are both inputs

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  20. Just doesn’t look like the loop is finished. The left hand side tube from cpu , shouldn’t that be going straight down to gpu..I`m new to the water cooling so I`m not sure but my guess is that there is a piece missing and its not a loop.

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  21. do I get a second go? there’s no stop fitting on the pump top! just the tap and the outlet

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  22. Power suply not connected to anything

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  23. Based on the direction of the loop, looks like you would have fluid going into the ‘out’ port of the cpu block.

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  24. I can’t seem to see a stop plug on the top of the reservoir mate.

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  25. There’s no obvious way to fill the reservoir

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  26. As far as I can tell, there is no pump.
    Edit, and I’m an idiot. There it is.

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  27. The loop flow is going into the Out Port of ther EK CPU Block and the out the IN Port of the CPU Block to the Mosfet

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  28. Looks like a missing o-ring at the bottom of the reservoir.

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  29. Out on the Supremacy evo is used as IN. I think this is the first time I’ve seen you not rotate the Ek block.

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  30. the tubing between the GPUs is of differing diameter, with narrower tubing is on the inlet side. Thanks for another (otherwise) perfect build guys

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  31. wrong inlet cpu block as i can see

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  32. in and out of gpu should be on same side when parallel config is used.

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