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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    well when I bled the loop I could "see" the flow of mini bubbles. From what I could see from the bubbles this thing is really moving the water. I will say when I pull the cap on the res, with the pump on #5 it tries to blast out of the POM80.
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Cold did you see the new black mirror finish DD block for the 480....tis sexy!
     
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    That is s3x!!! I think I just found my new block!
     
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    Just a couple of auto Image pics on my comp today

    using a Coolpix s8000 with everything in auto :)
     
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    got enough badge? ;)

    looking good 3! :toast:
     
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    Velcro'd my SSD to the side and it's mocking my other HDD's with the lame sticker that came with it. lol.

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    Why is it that lately there are so many users with that Corsair WC system - it seems like every day I see a rig with one inside?
     
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    Its because i got one of the first :)
     
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    No, I did and it's been sitting in my closet ever since. :p
     
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    Love that sticker e!

    As for the corsair.. after seeing that it's on the revision 3ish.. I really don't feel that it's worth the time.. For most it would be, but to me.. If you got to do a revision on a product that much in the start.. Blah..
     
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    It's good stuff bro, water cooling without maintenance, how cool is that? :p
     
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    Revision

    Is due to different Sockets coming out.

    1156 came out late dude and it didnt have lga 1366 support automaticly i belive

    its still the same pump and rad design

    just diffrent socket adapters included.
     
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    it started with both 775 and 1366, making amd users have to pay another $5 to get a bracket for themselves.
    Thus the revision when the 1156 came out. Allowing all users the ability to get their brackets without paying the "shipping" fee's that corsair was making people pay on their "free" product.

    Revision was only done because they where tired of people complaining that for a "free" product they had to "pay" for it.

    Yes, it is the same design. Just that some places want to throw the "revision" out there to get people to "think" that they are getting the "best" thing.

    Sock in my mouth then.. For thinking the revisions where due to spotty ship..
     
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    In my case it's honestly the best w/c available in South Africa. The other options ar Zalman and Thermalright.

    And yes, just wanted an excuse to do post 1000. :D
     
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    Here's a few crappy phone quality pics of my new rig.. yet to get a case and new GPU

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    Painted Black :p
    And Ghetto Mod On Gemin :banghead:
    Sorry for bad quality pic:>
     

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    here is my rig
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    also posted the pic in my p-log but alot more people look at this thread
     
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    Is it me or the cable management looks a lot better? :toast:
     
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    getting the wires out for the fans on the battle axe helped and i tucked a few more wires beside the rad and side of the case. hows the watercooling setup look to you?
     
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    A few shots from my venture today:
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    Turned out the extra 2 sticks I tried out didn't work with my old memory so they'll just be sitting around for a week or two with the E8400 until I can buy Mlee's LP Jr. Oh and someone kick me in the butt for buying a Dark Knight. It's fan mounting system is rediculous :shadedshu I've got everything running alright now so it's time to reinstall Windows.

    Also some breaking news - C2Q's run quite warm :eek: 51C at idle doesn't make a happy Joe :wtf:
     
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    Everything in that rig looks super clean! Nice job!
     
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    super tidy as always,

    51c idle seems quite hot
     
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    Yeah :/ I know the AS5 takes some time (a few months) to fully bake in or whatever, but even then it will probably only drop a few degrees. Need moar H50 :D
     
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    you need full water loop lol XD

    EDIT: you should use some MX2/3 instead, its waaaay better and doesnt need curing time
     
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