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  1. DanishDevil

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    It's available at PetrasTechShop. We've got a few links over @ TechFuzion about it. There's one to a guy @ XS doing a comparison.
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    DD finally ... welcome to the club! :D
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    Little update on my setup. Still have the Fuzion, MCP-350 w/bitspower res top, and 1st gen BIX 360 on the cpu, but I added a second loop. Maze5, MCP-350, Microres, and an MCR120 on my 8800GT. Workin great so far. Loads to 39C on stock volts. Had it up to 45C on 1.42V under load.
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    got some pix Wile E?

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    lol. No. It's not in a case anyway. It's running on a tabletop. The mobo is attached to my Stacker 830's mobo tray tho. lol.

    I'll dig up the camera and take pics if you really want. lol.
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    i love pix of naked PC's! :laugh:
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    Pervert :laugh:
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    who me? :eek:

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    OK, as requested, naked pics. lol.

    As you can see, the mobo tray from the Stacker actually makes a decent tech station. lol.

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    hi Wile E :)

    thnx for pix!

    what you doinin with the G5 case?

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    Running my Mac G5 in it. :p lol
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    OT: Wilie E what ever happened to that show (that pic on your desktop). What was the name of it again?
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    it runs? :eek: :p

    be a nice case to mod.........

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    Neon Genesis Evangelion. The original ended, but now there's a new series of movies coming out for it.

    @Intel igent- Yep still runs. Got it for free, so I'll use it until the new versions of OS X won't run on it, then I'll probably throw Linux on it and use it as a server of some sort. I thought about modding it, but I have a Stacker to do that with.
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    That g5 case dont half look like a lian li v1000 apart from the bit at te front/top,i guess lian li kinda stole the design.

    Nice setup tho' wile E.
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    I think thats a great idea!

    I finally got some time to spend on my computer over the weekend, did some cable management and cleaned it up some - looking good!!
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    guess you and me are the only ones asb :confused: i'd like to se some pix of the newly revamped rig ;)

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    D-Tek Fuzion on the way, my Enzotech top cracked at the outlet part, it's still running cause i solved it partially with teflon tape but it's not too safe, no big leak though ... just a drop every several hours or less ... but it's like a car solved with tape ... can leave you stuck in the middle of the road ... so i ordered the fuzion.

    The good news is i noticed the leak one day or maybe two (i saw the res level too low) after starting and nothing failed ... cause when i checked the top of the video card was full of green but not liquid at all ... just the oily thing, also part of the block as well as the NB cooler. Luckily all my hardware is running flawless with no problems, definitely, Feser Cooling Fluid it's non-conductive cause it mixed with dust too ... and nothing happened, 10/10 for this liquid! :)

    And Intel_igent, you were right, Enzotech blocks are great performers but just too weak at the top part, less than 3 months old and cracked ... it's unacceptable, but well, the Fuzion will do the work and even better cause won't restrict the pressure that much ... besides that a DFI X38-2TR + Intel C2D E8400 are also on the way, say hi to huge clocking!

    I'll keep all of you informed

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    I don't wanna take my loop apart and go back to air :cry:
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    Do what you want my friend, but i'll be pleased to receive both things at same time ... anyway, it's up to you, i don't want to force you =)

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    Here is a review of Black Ice GTX vs Feaser TFC X-Changer
    My only concern for this review:
    -Mounting...Was the WB for the GTX remounted to make sure that the disparity in results weren't skewed
    -Pump...Would a better pump effect results
    -Q6600 should have been OC to at least 3.6GHz. At 2.4GHz you are not really testing the full capabilities of the radiator. Big mistake IMO.
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  23. DanishDevil

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    Thanks for the link. I might bite the bullet and grab a triple feser rad. I'd really love to be able to review one, though.
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    I also like their test of the Fuzion 2 as they add a GPU block into the test which results in a more realistic result for those of use who also use a GPU block.
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    Wow, sorry to read about that. You should take it back for a replacement and either sell it here or on ebay.

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