NICE JOB! I will be studying this one for a few days. Really planning to add a radiator to the top of my TJ07. Plan to copy yours but with two 120s radiator not three. Hope to just use the present opening at the top. Very much like the way you did that.
Glad you like it. One thing that I may change in the future is the way I use the ports on the reservoir. I think the current reservoir orientation is good, but I think bleeding would be easier if the fill tube was attached to the top port instead of the side. The way it is now, there is still a small air bubble in the top of the reservoir. I tried turning the pumps up to setting 3 last night, and the air that was left in the top of the reservoir was quickly pulled down into the pumps.Man, That's a SWEET Build
I'll be looking for the benches
No problem. These QDs are made by Colder, and are considered to be the best choice for PC water coolers because they are industrial grade parts, and supposedly have compartively low flow restriction. I got these from McMaster Carr, who's catalogue has some more detail.I continue to study your project with much interest. I was wondering if you could share some information about the QDs (quick disconnects) in your system. I have never heard of those before and it does sound like a very useful idea especially given the frequency one usually mess with the system as one make those constant grades.
Thanks for your recommendation. I understand what you are saying, and this change would work. I will explain why I set it up with the fans blowing in.The only thing I think I'd change if I had the opportunity is that I'd reverse the fans on the top radiator so they're sucking air from the radiator and blowing it out the top of the case. I don't know if it would make a difference, but warm air naturally rises, so you'd be drawing the heat straight out of the case instead of blowing it back in. This isn't a high-priority change, though -- that's a phenomenal system, and you deserve to enjoy it for a few weeks before you go changing anything.
Tjunction relates to the calibration of the reported temps. I am not familiar enough with CoreTemp to understand it's exact function or to change it.What is that one reading at 100C?