Thermaltake P5 Watercooling Build
Wow, it has been a very long time since I've logged in here. Hope everyone is doing well, I'm glad to see the community still alive and strong!
To get right into it, I am looking to upgrade my case/watercooling setup since I am now living in a small NYC loft. I found the Thermaltake P5 which I think would be perfect since I can mount it on the wall to save my precious floor space and also add a nice bit of aesthetic to my room.
My current setup is as follows (to the best of my recollection)
Laing D5 pump
Swiftech 360mm rad w/ 1/2" ID connections
Swiftech crappy reservoir (need to replace)
Apogee GTX cpu block
I want to rework my build around the P5 case with rigid tubing and a nice reservoir. My goals are a very clean looking setup, nothing too flashy that will all fit within the P5 case. I don't need to add GPU cooling right now, but might think about it in the future. Probably all I need to replace/upgrade right now is the tubing, fittings, coolant (I've been using distilled water with an anti-corrosion additive), and reservoir. My radiator, cpu block and pump are all good.
What advice can any of you give me to working with rigid tubing etc.? Does anybody have experience with the P5 case?