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Hi all, I e just finished my new build in a corsair 7000d case. I've not seen a dual loop in one yet so hope you like it.

 

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Asus crossshair formula viii mb
Ryzen 5950x cpu
Corsair 7000d Airflow case
Corsair vengeance pro sl ddr4 3600mhz 32gb
Asus rog thor 1200w psu
Ek xres x 2 
Ek coolstream pe 360 tripple radiators x 2
Ek loop pci4 riser cable
Corsair sp120 rgb elite fans x 6
Ek quantum velocity cpu waterblock
Gigabyte rtx 3080 waterforce 10gb gpu
Sabrent rocket nvme 4.0 1tb
Sabrent rocket plus nvme 4.0 1 tb
Aquaero 6 lt fan controller 
Aquaero farbwerk rgb
Wd black 1 tb
Wd green 3 tb
Crucial 2.5 ssd 500gb
Barrow 12/16 pipe
Barrow compression fittings

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can't see much in such small pictures ^^' can you reupload the larger photos ?

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squinting eyes, making the bends for the CPU block seems to have been quite the adventure, talk of a tight fit!

What airflow are you running? All exhaust, or front in, top out? I was wondering if the GPU rad wouldnt heat too much the air going to the top rad.

Two loops in one case must be fun to setup in Aquasuite. I hope you have water temperature sensors somewhere 🙂

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1 hour ago, LeDoyen said:

squinting eyes, making the bends for the CPU block seems to have been quite the adventure, talk of a tight fit!

What airflow are you running? All exhaust, or front in, top out? I was wondering if the GPU rad wouldnt heat too much the air going to the top rad.

Two loops in one case must be fun to setup in Aquasuite. I hope you have water temperature sensors somewhere 🙂

Yes the front air comes in to the case and top exhausting, temp are amazing to be fair I have the cpu running at 16x 4.7ghz at 1.26v and gpu at at 2130mhz. Temp on cpu never goes above 53c and gpu 44c so really happy with that. Yes have water temperature sensors on both loops and also input air and top air output. Love aquacomputer stuff really nice software.

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that's chill 🙂

Usually it's better to use two rads in a single loop rather than use one rad per component, but the GPU temps are very good as is.

And yea, Aquasuite is the bomb. 2 years in, still learning new ways to make my virtual sensors complicated and automate everything 😛  Last doodle : profile change with a generic RGB infrared remote

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1 hour ago, LeDoyen said:

that's chill 🙂

Usually it's better to use two rads in a single loop rather than use one rad per component, but the GPU temps are very good as is.

And yea, Aquasuite is the bomb. 2 years in, still learning new ways to make my virtual sensors complicated and automate everything 😛  Last doodle : profile change with a generic RGB infrared remote

I think a 360 rad per component in my opinion is the better way to do it. I've done many builds in different configs and always stuck to that way now but I guess it's personal opinion and that's what makes the hobby. Also good if you replace a component you don't have to disrupt the whole pc. Ill try and sort the pictures out now.

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it's "custom" loop after all 

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