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Shoggy

Sven - Admin

Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Tuesday, November 27th 2007, 9:41pm

The aquaduct 360 XT mark II should not be opened by the customer. Since we would like to show from what it is built, we have taken a photograph of the more than 180 components.



One should better not disassemble his own aquaduct. More than 30 o-rings must work properly so that an aquaduct 360 comes through the final highly sensitive leak tightness test.

Moreover, we show you a photo of the internal construction of the aquaduct mk II series here.

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Wednesday, November 28th 2007, 10:28am

Much better design! Thanks for ditching the 6 feet of tubing.

Congratulations! ;D

Now how about in the water temp sensing? ;)

heed

Full Member

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Thursday, November 29th 2007, 8:13am

Shoggy, I can't see pics. Can you give me a direct link to them? Thanks.

Shoggy

Sven - Admin

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Thursday, November 29th 2007, 10:34am

http://www.aqua-computer.de/images/produ…60_XT_3_800.jpg

http://www.aqua-computer.de/images/products/aquaduct/ad_360_XT_2_800.jpg

:)

heed

Full Member

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Friday, November 30th 2007, 8:28am

thanks :)

JorisS

Junior Member

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Saturday, December 15th 2007, 12:10pm

How does one know if one has a mark II?

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Saturday, December 15th 2007, 12:31pm

compare the pictures :)

mark I
http://forum.aqua-computer.de/index.php?…ad&threadID=176

mark II
http://forum.aqua-computer.de/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=199
Gute work-live-balance ist, wenn man von seinem Privatleben erschöpfter ist als von der Arbeit.

JorisS

Junior Member

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Saturday, December 15th 2007, 1:02pm

Ok so I just recently coughed up 400 euros for this unit, NOW you come with a much improved remake? :'(

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Monday, December 17th 2007, 10:03am

Bad Luck. But the "old" aquaduct isn't bad, just because there is a new "better" version. And look at the aquaero-rotation-button: In my opinion it looks cheap and crappy, so be happy you got a nice aquaduct :D.
"Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils."

Stephan

Administrator

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Monday, December 17th 2007, 11:14am

Some of the changes has already been implemented during the production of the Mark I. So your aquaduct is maybe very simulair to this one - except the electronics.

JorisS

Junior Member

Re: Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Tuesday, December 18th 2007, 1:36am

Kyle XY

Full Member

RE : Inside aquaduct 360 XT

Saturday, February 6th 2010, 9:50am



By the way, is it possible to draw some arrows in order to indicate the water flow through the radiator, the pump and the Aquaduct itself ? It's always a question for me and for people who discover my Aquaduct 360... Thanks !

Kyle XY

Full Member

Wednesday, February 10th 2010, 7:18pm

Shoggy ?

Kyle XY

Full Member

Wednesday, February 17th 2010, 6:51am

Youhou !!

Nobody ? :sleeping:

Kyle XY

Full Member

Sunday, February 21st 2010, 8:20am

Nobody cares ;( or (worse) nobody knows, even the administrators ??

I would like to know the direction of waterflow because it's not clear, through the black base, the radiator, the upper aquaduct and the pump. For example, I am wandering if the pump uses the water once refreshed ? Does the water go through the radiator before the aquaduct ? And so on... Whatever, a simple picture with arrows for wtare flow is better than a large discussion, isn't it ?

Please, answer me !!

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "Kyle XY" (Feb 21st 2010, 8:23am)

Sunday, February 21st 2010, 3:31pm

From a performance view it doesn't really matter. From a functional view I'd trust them to get basic stuff like "reservoir before pump" right ;)

Zitat von »Dino«

...lauter spinner ;)
(wehe, das nimmt jemand in seine sig ;))
dino

Kyle XY

Full Member

Monday, February 22nd 2010, 9:26pm

Honestly, I don't think it doesn't matter. I like to know what are the technics in the devices I bought. For example, I imagine you don't buy a sports car without knowing what there is below the hood, or closer, about your last graphics card. 8)

I spend a lot of money for my Aquaduct, I hope at least to know how it runs ! Don't you agree ?

I have another topic about Aquasuite and two adjustments but wihout answers since a couple of weeks. Maybe you can help ? ;)



Thanks !

Kyle XY

Full Member

Sunday, February 28th 2010, 9:11am

Mmmmhh... Maybe would it be an industrial secret ? :rolleyes:

Sunday, March 7th 2010, 1:45pm

I mean ... there are arrows on the two connectors .. just follow them .. then you know the waterflow.
or am i misunderstanding your question ?

Kyle XY

Full Member

Monday, March 8th 2010, 7:17pm

Thanks you for your answer and I'm sorry if I were not accurate enough.
I understand how is the flow for the connectors themselves. I meant I would like to know the flow direction throughout all parts (radiator, pump, aquaduct,...) with arrows on the picture given by Shoggy. Do you know how the flow is designed ?
I mean ... there are arrows on the two connectors .. just follow them .. then you know the waterflow.
or am i misunderstanding your question ?