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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Morgoth, May 6, 2008.

  1. Morgoth

    Morgoth

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    CPU:Intel Pentium 4 Processor 3650mhz 980fsb HT 1,675V
    Mainboard : Aopen AX4SPE-N Chipset 865PE
    Ram : DDR400 4gigs 3,3,3,8 395mhz 1.60channel *dual channel*
    HD3850 AGP 512mb core 837mhz Vram 1854mhz Gddr3
    Cooled with HR-03 2x 90x90 fan custom mod
    Hard Disk ST360020A 60gb, MAXTOR STM3250820 250gb,
    cD-Rom LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163, CD-Rom LITE-ON LTR-32123S
    LCD:Samsung 206bw 20inch 16:10
    Maincase Gigabyte 3daurora
    Creative X-Fi xtreme Fatai1ty gamer 64mb Xram
    PSU Black EDition 550watt psu LC6550

    Mods:
    CPU block : D-tek Fuzion
    Rads : 3x Black Ice GT Stealth Lite 120
    Pump:SwiftTech MCP655 1/2 Inch, 1200 Liter , 24 Watt
    Tube: Alphacool Hose Pur 10/8mm High Transparent 8 Mm, 10 Mm, Transparant, 3,0 Meter
    Res: Coolplex Pro 10
    Fan:3000rpm 120x120fan
    Fan controller: Akasa Fan Controller Pro
    Psu : 250watt
    25~33idle load44c max

    Warrning if you are just here to flame abouth my cabel's plz dont even bother to post
     
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    The small tubing and triple stacked rads cannot be good for temps...

    And is that garden hose on your pump...?
     
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    It's good, and I like it, but why are you putting so much money into such an outdated system?
     
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    the tubes are to small so i had to put it on it on a differend way :p
     
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    Well i am gona use my wc setup for my next rig
    i havent spended mutch on my pentium 4 setup and i am saving money now for my next rig end 2008 :)
     
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    You know they sell adapters that convert from one size to another, the way you have it cannot be good for flow.
     
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    yes but you need to push the tube on the pump doest have screw device on it
     
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    with 3 single 120mm rad in such a setup and a long ass loop that WC system just doesnt seem very effective. Also if you dont want ppl to give you grief about your wires why not spend a lil time and organizing them.
     
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    why dont you do it
     
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    http://www.petrastechshop.com/1odto1odco.html

    From what I can tell your using 1/4" tubing

    Get one two of these and a small length of 1/2" tubing to connect to the pump.

    With these you will remove a bit of restriction and ghettoness you've got going on now.
     
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    DOH you got me there >_<... psh
     
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    nvm lol
     
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    I'm so confused as to what just happened...
     
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    lmao! you know I like the setup theory, and I know your upgrading to nelahem so I wont give ya shit about that so 5/10 till you get nelahem
     
  15. lol

    garden hose and silicon... now thats class!
     
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    I voted 1/10 because:

    This computer is horrible, bad cable management and wtf is up with the garden hose?

    View some tuts online for PROPER watercooling and then repost some pics.
     
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    I like it.

    Triple stack radiator and garden hose certainly is not the standard and a lot of people gave you a hard time about it. But sometimes it is important that people try something new and different. It doesn't always have to look good as long as it does the job it is supposed to do.
     

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