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[Case Gallery] caveman_1990//ZALMAN CNP9500 watercooler MOD//

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by caveman_1990, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. Zalmann

    Zalmann New Member

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    Looks better now that you've added more pics of your setup.

    Just one further question, did you remove the wick from the tubes before attaching the additional copper tubing?
     
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    nah he said there was no wick
     
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    ah, i see the room ambiant temps now, caveman, i guess it would be some system in a colder room :)
    now all you need to do is convert a graphics card to do the same thing and youl be rollin'!
     
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  4. Zalmann

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    Yeah, if he had a Zalman VF900, he could do something similar, although there are only 2 pipes to work with.
     
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    Yes, I still would be able to mod VF900 using the same thing that I did do my CNP7500.

    Join one side with copper tubing and the other side I need to cut enough copper fin so it will have enough room for the tubing.
     
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  6. Zalmann

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    Maybe that could be an idea for your next project.
     
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    well done! 10/10 for me for the effort and outcome! nice mod!!!

    anyway, any plans of doing the same thing with a Zalman CNPS9700LED or CNPS9700NT?
     
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  8. caveman_1990

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    LOL I NEED MONEY!!!!!! DONATE me some money and I will glading do it. >,<

    Yes but I don't have any of those coolers, all I have is CNP9500 LED but still I can apply what I have done on this onto other coolers.
     
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    Cool...Cool rig sir :D
     
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    What don't you like about it ?
     
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  12. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    I never saw this finished until now. Very Nice Work!
     
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    YEA its been a long way.
     
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    Yours is great also. But some pictures are a little obscure. But in general is great. Good job.
     
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    I am going put some green LED on my side window,drill 6 holes in the front cover and on the base. I am also changin my LED fan into either Yellow,white or green LED. Some cable management with the circular tubing thingy (dont know how to say it).

    All will be done after my goods are carried to Australia when my relative comes for holiday. ^_^

    Oh yea I also replace my water tank with a tank that has TEC placed onto it. Its now nice and quiet.
     
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    Dude you rock!!
    This is a mod I was planning myself I am unimpressed by the cooling radiator on my liquid cooling system and was going to add a similar mod for a second radiator.
     
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    LOLthats kool. Tell me the result and how it perform
     
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    OMG!! That is on bitchin set-up. They call a guy like you a "CRAFTSMAN". Looks like a very painstaking, very meticulous job. Well done!! 10/10
     
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    THANK for the comment.
    THAT IS why CRAFTSMAN+CAVEMAN=U^ber*MaN#

    YOUR RIG is very nicely done too.
     
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  20. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    wow... just... wow...

    overall, you get a 15/10 from me.
    its a little rough around the edges, but hey, innovations and prototypes usually are!
     
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    ... Yes?! Why. Post in the forums man, you are just posting here...
     
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    I am sure your Beetle looks just WICKED!
     
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    LOL what are you guys talking about ?
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    theyre talking of pisyong's comment.
     
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    LOL yea. THAT WAS pretty nasty of him. So thats why I took revenge on him.


    THX murder you are the first one to give me 15/10 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WOOT
     
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