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

  1. badtaylorx

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    lil background.....a lopr is an acronym for left over parts rig....i hit up a going out of buisness best buy and bought 2 h70s 2h60s and an antec 620 for just over $100....this rig is just me f'n around....

    so the blocks are the pumps as well...1h70 and 1h60....and the 4 120mm rads.....its what i had laying around....

    those cards are sparkle calibre edition 560ti...i haven't run them with water yet....but on air i had them up to 1042MHz(both) and hit P10400 on 3d11...
    so im kinda exited
     
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    That grey fan capture my attention a republic of gamers fan sticker ? With Cooler Master Excalibur frame fan ?
     
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    bitcoin ??????????????????????????????????????
     
  4. badtaylorx

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    good eye.....:toast:
     
  5. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    While the lian li is down to have the loop redone using the techbench
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I heard you like fans, So I put some fan in your fan?


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  7. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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  9. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    Remember this is a temp setup for the tech bench only.

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    Plenty of radiator in the main rig MCR420+MCR320+MCR220. The pair of laings or going to be put in series in a dual 5.25" bay res.
     
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    When I had two triple rads together, I found that it made little to no difference in the temps :(

    What will you be cooling with the three rads??
     
  11. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    I don't care for lowering the idle temps. With the multiple rads there is a very very small Tjunction between load and idle temps. It is cooling my Phenom and a pair of watercooled GTX470's. Before it was just cooling the Phenom and kept load temps under 40C with 1.57v applied to it which throws it into the 200w range.
     
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  13. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    Does it happen to hold a pair of laing D5's?
     
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    t_ski Former Staff

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    Sadly, no :(
     
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  15. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    Crappy I have to be able to stuff a pair of D5's into it to make my loop work.

    Just for you

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    Full CPU load at 40C :p
     
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    Your doing that outside in the snow right?
     
  17. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    Nope sitting on my desk as in the previous picture.
     
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    I believe it... My CPU using a whopping 140w and I manage to keep it at around 43c at load on air cooling, though the A/C stays on.

    I need to upgrade to am3/am3+ soon. According to a PSU Calculator... if i were to OC mine to 3.7ghz, the most Tom's Hardware could get out of it, I'd be pushing 275w! well... if i had to use the voltage they used.
     
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  19. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    The H70 is no better than a high end air cooler so I am not surprised either.
     
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    Decided to get my desktop up and running after my move. Upon plugging everything in, the top fan sounded like it was out of sync or something weird...basically it was making a cyclic whir instead of a monotone hum. Anywho, went ahead and cleaned it up a bit, and while disassembling, went ahead and rerouted cables a little more cleanly. This case is nice and quiet, but isn't exactly a king of wire management but it is certainly in a prettier state then it was before.

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    Yea, I definitely like it more now. Also replaced the bottom Thermaltake blue LED fan with a black CM one I picked up on a fire sale. Going to bed now...later
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    i wonder if erocker will notice that little "easter egg"
     
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  23. MT Alex

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    That looks a hell of a lot better, and I knew she'd kick you out eventually.
     
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    I'm looking at a Chiller just to see if it works well or not.. Hopefully I can pick one up cheap and then I can start to play around with things and see just how much further I can push my little i7 920 D0 :D
     
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    Totally don't know what you're talking about.

    Congrats on "coming out" Mr. G8R. :)
     

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