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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Arrakis+9, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. Arrakis+9

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    Just re-entered watercooling for the first time in about a year.. this time around its not a pre made setup :D just wanted to share some pictures with you guys and i must say im definitly impressed by the lack of noise and the great cooling thats led to it



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    Sweet, what are your temps?

    You're camera says the pics were taken back in 2005:laugh:
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    His time setting must be wrong.

    That's alot of line. is it coming from the garage?

    Nice work man :toast:

    just bustin ya balls a bit.
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    getting about 34c idle and about 48 full load.. the reason for the long tubing is becuase it doesnt bend at ALL its the watts stuff from home depot the really thick stuff
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    sorry I just stopped in to say nice spoon and fork kitty:D

    COngrats on low temps!
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    Is that a fitseries3 acrylic top on the Fuzion?

    And you can still shorten those tubes a bit more. They might flatten a little bit, but it won't hurt your flow in that loop. As long as you don't kink, you should be fine.
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    yah it is the acrylic top, bought it from a guy here was an awesome deal for the top and the block
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    I just noticed your setup is also a lot like mine in that we just use the mobo tray and hdd cage from our cases on top of a table. lol
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    yah lol.. bought a $100 lian li case and its in the closet right now :laugh:

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