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Dippy's watercooling adventure 1.0!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Dippyskoodlez, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. Dippyskoodlez

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    My water cooling :D


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    First run... -15C on the chipset when switching to arctic silver! :rockout:

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    My current speed, on STOCK VOLTAGE! :respect:
     
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    WOW! Noice! :toast:
     
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    wow thats well nice is that a fish tank pump you have used? is it custom coolant?
     
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    Oh no, last time i listed this a dude showed up at
    Looks like a Hydor pump. And an Anti freeze/Distilled water mixture....maybe.

    Interesting water loop, Nice O/C :toast:
     
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    nice customer cooling system!
     
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    Hydor L30. :toast:
     
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    cool :cool:
    i want one of those custom made wc kits too :p
     
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    Holy Moly! Very nice.
     
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    Dippy, I've been thinking about replacing the DFI's chipset fan with AS5...is it worth it?
     
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    ye thats pretty nice but doesnt look too tidy lol
     
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    Check for updates tonight... UPS guy should be here ANY minute.... :toast:


    Yes. verymuch so, but I would strongly suggest a new chipset cooler anyways..

    I ordered this: http://www.svc.com/vc-re.html

    Via first class, and it came to like $11.50. nice and cheap :)
     
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    Its here!!!!

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    And another 512mb stick of ram :D
     
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    I like it... I have to "get into" hydro-cooling on my next rig, as I have NEVER done it before!

    I like Dippy's because it has a "homegrown" look to it, that probably takes him "above & beyond" what std. factory built OEM stuff in this area does...

    :)

    * Well done & inspiration to me too...

    APK
     
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    This radiator is a bonneville heatercore...

    Lets see a watercooling kit do THAT ;)
     
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    Ah, yea... that's right: You're the one who told me to opt for that, vs. an auxilliary tranny or oil cooler as the radiator!

    NOT! It's not going to happen... You're probably best-served by the heatercore you used, & it probably holds more fluid than other 'stock/oem' produced water cooling systems, odds are!

    APK

    P.S.=> Good job, very "frankenstein" & homemade as I call it... & that is a compliment, not a put-down! apk
     
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    I second that, good job dippy. :toast:
    I always prefer the look of customised DIY jobs, most machines would just look the same otherwise, hell, as long as it does the job holds up and doesn't leak then its perfect.
    If only i had the time to do something similar myself :ohwell:
     
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