Well, well I've finished my prototype of Eisbaer kit in my Cerberus-X.okay just ordered all for now...we will see how well this will be
I gave it a longer try to check how noise will evolve.
Compared to what you have currently, you should notice big improvement.Okay i mean should this fail I have no Clou how to get happy with my parts in the sliger
This is my first custom loop I’m still doing my research I hope the pump is good.Wouah you are fast..
I received my radiator. I should be able to build my customised AIO by tomorrow.
I guess you are one of the first pioneer of customed loop inside SM580.
Personnally I prefer to use combo waterblock/pump or customed AIO, using apogee drive or alphacool eisbaer LT (or derivative)
PS : still amazed by this small swiftech reservoir, still alive even after more than a decade..
You can use spring also to keep tube opened enough..Is EK torque compression fittings like this when closing? I can’t fully tighten it after installing the tube, before it go all the way to the end.
ps. I’m going to shorten that tube so that it won’t bend like that anymore.
Well please check my review of my customed AIO with Eisbaer LT pump/Waterblock.i have the option to get a cerberus or cerberus x (both possible) this week (in stock). would this be more satisfying ? should i go for aircooling?
Your setup is brilliant, well done!so Eisbaer LT finally mounted in the sm580, draining air out of the circuit is cancer, and i spent like 2 hours of finding out which fittings are suitable for getting the right angle out of the cooler and being able to close the side panel. Noise is much more silent than kraken.