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  1. Thanks for the updates! looking good! now 1 more loop to go:)
  2. Wow 3 x 480 rads? do you have any photos you can share?
  3. Hello Philtrev, You don't really need a UPS with your supply unless you live in a area where the power is not stable. Usually when the power is not stable, you will tend to see your computer turn off or reset "brown out"
  4. Hello Wingfat, Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused We have notified our customer service regarding your situation and they will provide you a replacement res asap We suggest placing the new res in vertical orientation and to leave the fill port cap off for an additional few days just to make sure there is no pressure inside your loop, sometimes it takes a few days to expel the pressure completely and with horizontal orientation on your res its actually really hard to bleed the air out, the pressure usually finds the weakest spot in your loop and bursts. Please feel free to PM me if you have any concerns
  5. I just noticed that you put a Raystorm block on the card, was it hard getting it to fit properly? I've placed CPU coolers on GPU's before but had a problem with the ram on the card overheating, was that a problem for you?
  6. Hello Wingfat, apart from aesthetics it wont make any difference
  7. Looking good man! looks much more colorful with the coolant inside! We would sill suggest leaving the fill port cap loose or off for at least another 24 hours to make sure ALL the air is bled out just to be sure, sometimes the bubbles can be very small and might cause problems in the future Anyway great build, looking forward to seeing more
  8. Hello Wingfat, awesome build indeed! Just wondering how will you fill and bleed your system as the reservoir is in horizontal orientation and your components are quite close. We would suggest tipping your case to its side so that your reservoir in in vertical orientation. this will allow you to fill your reservoir with less problems, just remember to keep your fill port open when bleeding air and testing loop. We suggest about 24- 48 hours testing without the fill port on to eliminate pressure buildup. Good luck on the build
  9. Thats good to hear, Also just a tip for when testing the loop and bleeding the air out, we usually recommend leaving the fill port open for a 24 - 48 hours while the loop is running this will minimize the pressure in the loop and will make your loop run more smoothly. Good luck on the build we would love to see your build when its complete!
  10. Hello Roberto, Blue LED light indicates that there is power connected, so you wont be able to determine if it is working or not by looking at the LED To help determine what problem is accruing, please try the following steps 1. Make sure that all cables are connected 2. Ensure the SATA cable is not damaged, you can change it to a 3.5-inch wire to test 3. Try with another good hard drive to test
  11. The winner for this giveaway is Peten Congratulations you have won yourself a GOrb II !! Please inbox me your details and we will send you your prize
  12. Mikes right, the power can linger inside the capacitor for some time. Try turning off your computer, unplug the power and press the power on button on your case, this usually helps to get rid of the remaining power stored
  13. Not to worry, Mike will take good care of you
  14. agreed nice positioning with the pump! cant wait to see the progress
  15. Contest closed thanks guys for playing, will choose a winner soon
  16. Our friends over at Scan Computers are giving away a Thermaltake Core X9 !! Click Here to Enter! Closing date for this competition is Tuesday March 31, 2015 Open for UK residents only
  17. Hello kpapad, Welcome to the forums, It seems like there might be a issue with your power supply, your right when the switch is set to off it should NOT have a consumption of 15 watts. In order to determine the problem, can you please help me try the following steps 1) Plug the power meter to the wall and have nothing connected to it and see if there is any kind of power consumption? 2) Plug on only the power supply cord into the power meter and see if there is any power consumption? 3) Have you tried to plug anything else into the power meter? Thanks
  18. Hello Vitor, We are sorry to hear what happened to your reservoir, i think it could be one of the two things that could have made it crack 1) Water temps exceeding 50deg Celsius 2) After a 24 hours of testing you need completely bleed out the air because it will start to produce pressure in your loop and the pressure will find the weakest point to burst. Anyway i have let the team know what happened and we will have one of our customer service representatives contact you Please let me know if you have any additional questions, sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused
  19. Nice build man! love the paintwork
  20. Hello terminal.velocity, Have you tried other PSU's with your current system? or tried this PSU on another system? it sounds like there might be a problem but in order to find out what the problem we have to find out if there is problems with the other components
  21. We had a lot of cool and exciting builds displayed at our past exhibitions, write a comment below on which one you think is best and why for a chance to win a GOrb II !! Entries will close on 2015/03/02 Note: There is only 1 entry per Tt community account, multiple posts will be removed from the event.
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