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

  1. HammerON

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    Awesome:toast:
     
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    thinkinng about getting this board

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    and do a m-itx watercooled gaming rig :D

    should be fun
     
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    well it does 4ghz, and thats fine with me for a m-itx board lol

    and for the price, you cant really expect a whole lot either.
     
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    did someone say mini itx?
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    which H model are you using to cool it?
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    That sucks don that you cannot change the voltage on the ITX board. I wonder why?
     
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    dunno lol, maybe thats why its alot cheaper than the zotac :roll:
     
  9. phanbuey

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    H50, H60 would fit too as would the 70/80... i have one fan in pull configuration.

    Which ITX board? I can change all voltages on mine...
     
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    z68, the pic i posted

    you got the h55n i see, thats a whole different story
     
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    Summer here, so this is my 20C northbridge dropping tech

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    That 580 does keep itself cool, but boy does it heat up the case
     
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    GFX card>everything else :D. I know the feeling - 570 OC in a ITX.
     
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    OMG you have an Archon! I love that cooler!!! I'm such a 14 year old girl about that cooler, it's like my Justin Beiber.
     
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    where can i get one?
     
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    Go to a junk yard find an old freezer that still works, make one yourself :toast:


    That or pay an engineer to do it.
     
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    Pay an engineer? Hell I don't know of any engineers that have any sort of skill in HVAC. Problem is today they teach from books with no real hands on training..Shoot I'm in Computer Engineering and most people don't even know how to wire a circuit properly or use a soldering iron...:wtf: Anyway back on topic here, http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g49...press-Cooler_Express_Cooling_Units-Page1.html. That is where you can find some for sale. And very nice Level 10 GT Athlon. That in case touch monitor is sexy.:toast:
     
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    Anyone know of any 140x38 ( hell anything thicker than standard will do)Fans?
     
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    Delta's. And lots of them.
     
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    And my new cpu has arrived :)

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    Now I need the motherboard :p And memory Ooh and watercooling :p
     
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    Links?

    Searching for 140x38 yielded no results : [
     
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    Yeah, the fan will run on a normal PSU fine. Just gotta make sure your math is right with the rest of the system...
     

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