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

  1. rainbow dash

    rainbow dash New Member

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    here's mine atm

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    asrock z77 extreme4
    intel i5 2500k w/ noctua nh-d14
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    gigabyte odin gt 800w
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    Now that is a beautiful build my friend! I little overkill on the 140m's imo, but great cable management and overall clean rig! You got any more pics?? and please tell me your overclocking that 2500k? ;) :rockout:
     
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    Triple fans on the Noctua, he went there. Very,Very clean, Almost seems like its missing something.....
     
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    Anyone got a good parts list for a budget TEC setup? Would I be able to use my H100 to cool the hotplate?
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I have a 125W tec 40MM^2
     
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    I figured I might as well snap a picture of my i7-920 rig as it stands ATM:
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    This is "Osnabruck" in my system specs (EVGA X58 3X SLI, i7-920, 3xHD7770)
     
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    I don't know why but for a moment I thought "WTF is he doing with an old IDE optical drive on top of your CPU cooler :laugh:

    ... I'm none the wiser to what it is though?
     
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    I myself am wondering what that thing is too? :laugh:
     
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    It's the side fan bracket from a Lian-Li Rocketfish I had way back when:
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    Except, I have the fan on the outside--basically, it's to blow air over the CPU socket/VRMs/RAM to keep them cool. The reason I don't just have a fan sitting on top of the socket is this way it gets cooler air from outside the window ;)
     
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    You just need the TEC. CoolIt did it with much older and much shittier performing AIOs, don't see why the H100 wouldn't handle it. Make sure you got good fans and a way to keep the frost/moisture off the board. IIRC they were called the Freezone and Eliminator. Something else to consider is that if the TEC is too large, and for some reason the H100 pump would fail, things can melt!
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    The coolit units used the TECs to cool the coolant, not cool the CPU directly, just FYI. You should remember I hooked one into my H50 a couple of years ago.


    Otherwise, I agree, H100 should be able to do it, and a 150W or so TEC should be adequate.

    I am, actually, waiting for a TEC and PSU to arrive myself, as with IVB, it only seems natural to TEC cool, since they draw such small amounts of power, and seem to do well under cold, so the TIM used should not be an issue when doing so, too.
     
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    What Tec's are you grabbing?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Actually not sure on brand, ordered from local electrical supply store that I get all my goodies from. When to go pick up some pots for something else, made an impulse buy. :p I was just flipping through the catalogue, saw one, and it just clicked. :roll:
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    40mm square, I think. 150 W @ ..uh..15 V? honestly I'd have ot look at my receipt, which is in my wife's purse, across town. :p
     
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    Oh I see now, and I just noticed that 120 fan in the corner.. is that you window intake cooling solution? ;):laugh:
     
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    Indeed. I have 3 120mm fans running off of the PSU for the i7-860, then the radiator for the Antec WC kit just outside the window, and then the Lian Li fan bracket sucks a bit more air in. Otherwise, with 1,000w+ of computers in here it heats up mighty quick :p
     
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    thanks! and yes, i've got more pics (not much but, more than one :)) on my deviantart.
    http://d3516n3r.deviantart.com/gallery/

    sure i'm overlocking it, currently on 4.8ghz daily. also gtx 470 running on 880/4000 clocks.
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4605801
     
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    For a 150w TEC am I going to need a secondary PSU?
     
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    Something for my tired hands:

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    I've been using a BTC Blaze M-8110 for freaking 12 years. Might be the best keyboard I've used ever but has a fatal flaw... it's beige.

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    Loved that doble set of arrow keys :cry: but I have a Nostromo coming so I can finally say goodbye to it :toast:
     
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    Comes as part of the X-frame.
     
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