After we had finished the cabling, we went on with the tubing. First, we installed the 30mm-radiator (240er) at the top. Together with the fans it completely conceals the aquaero, so you cannot see it from the front.

The rest of the tubes was set relatively quickly. On the image above, the connection between CPU and reservoir still makes quite a strong curve outwards. We shortened it later on before the filling.

As always, we covered all the components for the filling process. As a liquid, we had chosen Mayhems Pastel Red.

We filled the loop with the help of a filling bottle and the thin green tube you see at the front. Since we had chosen the (optional) top with two G 1/4 threads for the Heatkiller Tube, we could use the second one very easily as a fill port.

We gave power to the pump only, in order to check if everything is alright. We let the loop run for a while – and so far there are no leaks!

Now, we will take some final photos of the completed rig, which we will post here as well. This is how the complete PC looks now:

All post for Project Mäcki

Project Mäcki by hitzestau
Project Mäcki: First pictures of our Heatkiller Tube
Project Mäcki: Working on the metal plate for the aquareo
Project Mäcki: A brief update
Project Mäcki: Installation of new CPU waterblock
Project Mäcki: Photoshooting with the new CPU waterblock
Project Mäcki: Cleaning the GPU-waterblock
Project Mäcki: We are waiting…
Project Mäcki: …we can continue
Project Mäcki: Installation of the WLAN card
Project Mäcki: Cleaning the fans
Project Mäcki: New litz wire for the DDC pump
Project Mäcki: Installation of the front radiator
Project Mäcki: SSD and Cabling
Project Mäcki: Tubing and Filling
Project Mäcki: Pictures of the complete system
Project Mäcki: What is a Hackintosh?
Project Mäcki: What makes macOS attractive as an operating system?
Project Mäcki: Installation
Project Mäcki: Our experiences with the system
Project Mäcki: Two concepts
Project Mäcki: Final Thoughts

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