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

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    my 2 years old PC :)
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    Nice zalman cooler! I have not seen once of those installed in a while.
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    thanks ! :D
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    Happy Halloween!:peace:

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    Not a particularly impressive system, but whatever:
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    I'm having fun with the cool weather--50F ambients for the radiator give marvelous temperatures indeed! :toast:
    I was getting ~40C full load with the CPU @ 3.6GHz & 1.28V, I'm experimenting now and I'm running it at 3.83GHz & 1.38V (high, I know--I'm shooting for 4GHz with this voltage) and temperatures are 54c on the hottest core and 48c on the coldest. Awesome :D
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    My first thought exactly! How is it performing? I have heard some nice words about it.
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    New addition to my system! Water cooled GTX680!

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    Yeah buddy when I go Haswell or Ivy Bridge E.

    and yeah I know, but my 2500k at full load doesnt get higher then 50c anyways haha.
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    Mine atm. Looking a little sad and neglected , Needing a birthday. Time to change loop , tubing and get rid of dust and algae.

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    New tubing, some cleaning and it would be good as new.
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    some cleaning would go a long way and pulling the tubes off and cleaning them would help too if you didn't get new.
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    Love the way that GPU waterblock is so flat :toast:
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    What are we using as coolant these days? That is just straight distilled water and has been in there for a long time so not surprised it is a bit on the green side.:laugh:
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    Wait - the tubes aren't green themselves?
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    Nope.... The black ones are black but the others are supposed to be clear. I guess if you neglect to change the water in your loop for a long time this happens......:)
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    It's great to see someone else running an X58 setup :toast:
    Even for four years old, they're still wicked powerful :toast:
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    I figured as much. That's why I ran dexcool in mine. No discoloration after ignoring it for two years.
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    :toast: See no need to upgrade the beast yet :)
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    I myself used distilled water with a little of the swiftech coolant to help stop the things from growing in it or the petra's stuff(can't remember the name) i got out of water cooling a while ago, closest thing i have is a h50 on a c2d based pentium :laugh:
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    My X58 is just a cruncher, but yes, it's still very solid. With a SSD, a modern GPU, and more than 2GB of RAM, it could run nearly anything :toast:
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    Nice to see you around, hope all has been well:toast:
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    :) Thanks , all has been well I have been lurking every now and then and finally decided to break my silence and show all my filthy computer:laugh:

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