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Old 11-02-2019, 07:13 AM
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Yes. The rotary y splitter is the square bit. That has a threaded male rotary connection on its bottom. Screwed to that is a 90 degree rotary fitting. Then screwed to that is a ball valve. I am at work at the moment. When i am home i can link you to the parts.. its all corsair though ;)

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Old 11-02-2019, 08:24 AM
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thx mate

i thought so...
i would love if you could link it to me when you have time !
take care thx

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Yes. The rotator y splitter is the square bit. That has a threaded male rotary connection on its bottom. Screwed to that is a 90 degree rotary fitting. Then screwed to that is a ball valve. I am at work at the moment. When i am home i can link you to the parts.. its all corsair though ;)
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Old 11-02-2019, 04:11 PM
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rotary y splitter





with one of these on the bottom

90 Degree Rotary Adapter





then the Ball Valve on the end of that




Which results in this


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Old 11-02-2019, 06:13 PM
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you rock mate!


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rotary y splitter





with one of these on the bottom

90 Degree Rotary Adapter





then the Ball Valve on the end of that




Which results in this

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Old 11-03-2019, 02:20 AM
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no worries man... happy to help


to add.

get some G1/4 plug/caps/stops (which ever they are called local to you), the tap doesnt come with any
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Old 11-04-2019, 03:37 AM
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Dual Loop now up and running.

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Old 11-04-2019, 05:18 PM
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Looking sweet! Very nice and clean.

Where do you come out from the back again with the tubes from the cpu? They go around to the back right?
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Old 11-04-2019, 07:10 PM
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Looking sweet! Very nice and clean.

Where do you come out from the back again with the tubes from the cpu? They go around to the back right?
thanks dude

yeah heads into the back and converts to soft tube to head to the next rad etc..

the below pic is from when it was single loop. but basicly those to down tubes from the CPU. one heads to the out let from the pump and the other heads to the inlet of the front rads



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Old 11-06-2019, 07:54 PM
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Quick question about the fans since I want to start a build with a 1000D soonish. I might be overthinking this but I want to run LL120/140s as well but I got confused in all the diagrams.
Say I decide to run
8 fans - front
8 fans - top
2 fans - rear
I will buy the combo 3 packs and have a bunch of lighting node pros on hand, do I still need to buy the rgb fan hubs?
Also, did you have the buy the fan extension cables separate or were those included with the case?
I've been studying all of your diagrams but I still managed to confuse myself while trying to build a parts list. Thanks
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Old 11-06-2019, 09:51 PM
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Hi buddy.

you get the RGB Fan LED Hubs with the triple and double packs of LL Fans.

and yeah you would need to buy extension cables for that case.. Corsair dont make RGB Fan extensions though... you would need to make your own or go check out pirate dog techs store....
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Old 11-11-2019, 12:44 AM
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Update..

Rads/Fans/Pump/Drains (front and back)/GPU Block/flow-temp sensor/filter all fitted

this was my final RGB/Fan Control setup





Excuse the AOI and its cable mess. so far i have managed to keep it as a running system while adding bits here and there.




I decided to try the GPU in the ITX mounts to give a bit more room (lol) running tubing behind the GPU as well as give me room to add a small wifi/BT card. Should be noted the the cover/plate for the itx rear IO and its PSU has to be 'modded' so you can use the case itx pci slots without said itx being fitted (hope that made sense lol..




Not so sure i will stick with the fittings that run from GPUU to upper Rad in the below image.. i feel it suddenly looks 'industrial' so may do a ben or 2 there

http://i.imgur.com/HWpuVHEl.jpg[/img]

Hi. I am new to this thread, but I have to say that it is amazingly helpful. I just got 1000D and plan to do a similar build to yours. I looked at your latest diagram and it seems so much simpler that your previous ones. I do have a question on XSPC hub. Is this the "8 Way PWM Splitter Hub - SATA Powered"? Can you control the fan speed and RPM with this hub?
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Old 11-11-2019, 12:45 AM
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Hi. I am new to this thread, but I have to say that it is amazingly helpful. I just got 1000D and plan to do a similar build to yours. I looked at your latest diagram and it seems so much simpler that your previous ones. I do have a question on XSPC hub. Is this the "8 Way PWM Splitter Hub - SATA Powered"? Can you control the fan speed and RPM with this hub?
Not of each individual fan; you control all the fans as one. It's actually a lot simpler.
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Old 11-11-2019, 03:16 AM
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as said,,, each PWM repeater appears as one fan in iCUE.. so for mine. 4 x 4 banks of 8 fans... so each 8 appears as one fan...
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Old 11-13-2019, 07:16 AM
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quick update diagram as to how i set up my dual loops for Hydro X Pump and RGB control

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Old 11-15-2019, 04:15 AM
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you should be able to get both pumps on the pump tray on top of the HDD caddy...

as seen in this build,,, this one actually has 3 pumps. if only 2 pumps are fitted they will sit further back on the tray....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGdUXRPgH7M
sorry for the late message back Zotty, been super busy with work. (build up to Christmas starts around end of October - Early November with my job)

Thanks for sharing the video. I'll get myself some mounting brackets for my reservoirs like shown in this video that should help me better plan out the loop as well.

Fingers crossed we see RNDA2 with Big Navi early next year.

anyway once I've got everything sorted and purchased remaining parts, I'll get around to posting the end results. Might be a couple to a few months depending on GPU release date.

You've been an awesome help Zotty.
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