Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by EastCoasthandle, Feb 8, 2008.
That's odd there was no fan review in the url you quoted in your post. What fans did you buy?
Sorry 'bout that. The guy who does the fan reviews is "Vapor". Here's another attempt at posting the URL http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=193126
I bought a Silenx 120x38mm. I like Silenx for case fans, but they don't work on radiators. The 38mm is loud and vibrates. Maybe I got a lemon?
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Hey, which is better, Maze 5 or MCW60?
Dom and froggy both have Maze 5 blocks.
Yeah, I have a Maze 5, but I just bought a MCW60 off of nflesher. I was just wondering if one is significantly better than the other, or if they are fairly equal.
If you have both.....then you should be the one that really knows correct?
I'm not tearing down my loop if I don't have to. lol
Thus, the whole reason I'm asking in here.
Just got my new reservoir in!
Oohhh. It's all tubular and stuff (and has fatboy fittings).
mines a D-Tek FuZion-GFX
and looks like it has a led i think cuz why would it have a 2-pin wire
mySwiftech MCRES-MICRO Hi-Flo Reservoir has fatoys `
d-tek fusion work on x58?
X58 ot 1366 LGA
havent seen anything yet but im sure they will
Not until they release a bracket for the new socket. Or you can make one yourself like fitty did.
Hey Dom have you seen the new Swiftech MCRES-MICRO Hi-Flo Reservoir rev2,it has another opening at the bottom opposite the fill hole,ideal for running two pumps or a drain line.
yes, lga 1366
I got my crap for sale but i need the bracket for 1366
It appears that Intel will change the socket for the i7 from 1366 to 1156 in 2009. Therefore, upgrading your water cooled solution is going to be a little tricky. IMO, I would wait until the dust settles.
has anyone tried the new tubing that dangerden has on their site?
From reading that, it doesn't look like they're changing the socket, but launching a mainstream version of nehalem as a different socket.
It's almost like they're turning into AMD with all the different sockets. I liked everything being 775...
nope. thats the p55 mainstream boards. the 1156 socket will be for mainstream dual cores only. nothing is changing at all. p55 will be dual channel ddr3 only though.
x58 will be quads and octo cores chips only and will always have tripple channel ddr3 support
The P55 was reported to be using the 1160
Furthermore, I've found no confirmation on the P55 as of yet. Which is why I say wait until the dust settles.
What tubing is that? I just picked up some Tygon Black for my little project.
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