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Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Binge, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. Fitseries3

    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    shit.... my onboard start and reset are coverd by GPU. asshole gtx295 :shadedshu
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    Binge how do we know any of this stuff is yours? i haven't seen your arm in any of the pictures ;)

    nice build. love that bench setup you have
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    LOL i saw that, now you got your buttons, so the numbers to shoot for, great stuff, nice to see you gained 50 points on that Vanage and even dropped your Super Pi,

    My chip arrives tomorrow, so the bloodrage will finally get to be powered up, hope it gets cold out again, never thought i would say that, Friggin 60 here today. Common 21f this weekend..:p

    That is some great stuff, goes to show you that the ASUS made a big mistake with the PWM :rockout: that board looks smoooooth :ohwell:
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    Nice board Binge, but most importantly, your switches are finally pressable! :D
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  6. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    WTF DOES THIS MEAN?!?!?!

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    :toast:
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    LOL @ Drool

    hey this is really cool. How much was the acrylic case? i clicked the link but didn't find a price tag.
  8. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    You don't want to know how much it costs :laugh: Let's just say normal folks should stick with normal tech stations if you want an open air solution.
  9. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    Ok, so I'm updating this thread. It's been too long.

    Molly i7 is Pretty as Hell
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    She went from having 3/8" tubing and fittings to 1/2" ID tubing and fittings. The
    current water loop goes from a Liang 3.25 with EK X-Top V2, to a Thermochill PA
    120.3, directly to the CPU, and from the CPU into the reservoir which outlets
    back to the pump. This configuration has gotten me some impressive results on
    a i7 920 2.66GHz processor overclocked to 4.2GHz. Here's a video I made showing
    off the water loop Little Top(hosted by YouTube)

    Cooling Results
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    Future Plans
    If anybody watched the video or has seen some of my more recent synthetic
    benchmarks they'd know I came into possession of a GTX295. With the help
    of SidewinderComputers.com and the guys at RealRedRaider.com I've been
    introduced to a number of high quality German water cooling products made by
    Watercool.de. Their products are amazing, so I've decided to cool the whole
    machine on something called a MO-RA 2 a potential 9x120mm radiator:
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    The idea is that I buy the MO-RA 2 core and instead of buying the metal casing
    which would come out to about $100 I'm going to make my own enclosure using
    24x24x1/4" sheets of Plexi which will cost $30+labor. Off of each I/O to the rad
    I will have a manifold. These manifolds will split the flow between a line going to
    the CPU block, and another line dedicated to the full cover GPU block for the 295.
    All blocks are made by Watercool.

    More to come!
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2009
  10. SystemViper

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    what a treasure, that looks liek the mother of all heater core's. Can't wait to see the plexi design..
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    I can't wait for it all to get done!!! I'm looking forward to it all! Yeah, Gotta wait!! Might want to play with myself!

    Sweet stuff Binge!
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    subscribed, I cant wait to see what you will do Binge. Great job going the german way with your products. Watercool products are def. awesome.
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    Wow! Molly sure has undergone a really well beautification process, subscribed! :respect:
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    So I found a piece of 4'x5'x1/4" plexi rummaging around my house, so I decided I would draw up a face plate for the fan ports out of cardboard. I used photoshop to overlay photos of the rad and the cardboard on top of each other.

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    That
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    :respect: Molly

    Envy Binge:pimp:

    Subcribed.. you bastard!
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    very good binge, very good. Looks like you are progressing along just fine :toast:
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    Looking good man! Can't wait to see the 9 flippin' fans on that "lil girl" ;)
  19. SystemViper

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    or just one big honkin airplane prop
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    now that would be a heck of a Project :laugh:
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    wtf were'd you get that i want one
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Mo- fo
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