• We've upgraded our forums. Please post any issues/requests in this thread.

Dippy's watercooling adventure 1.0!

Joined
Jul 1, 2005
Messages
5,196 (1.14/day)
Likes
296
Location
Kansas City, KS
System Name Dell XPS 15 9560
Processor I7-7700HQ
Memory 32GB DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1050/1080 Ti
Storage 1TB SSD
Display(s) 2x Dell P2715Q/4k Internal
Case Razer Core
Audio Device(s) Creative E5/Objective 2 Amp/Senn HD650
Mouse Logitech Proteus Core
Keyboard Logitech G910
#1



My water cooling :D




First run... -15C on the chipset when switching to arctic silver! :rockout:



My current speed, on STOCK VOLTAGE! :respect:
 

JdPower

New Member
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Messages
308 (0.07/day)
Likes
0
Processor AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 @2.7Ghz 1.55v
Motherboard Asus A8R32-MVP Deluxe (Bios Version 0602)
Cooling Thermaltake Blue ORBII, 5 120mm Blue LED Fans, 1 200mm Fan.
Memory 2Gigs of Platinum Corsair XMS Series (2.5-3-3-6 / 2.7v)
Video Card(s) ATi Radeon X1950XTX Crossfire Ready @ 729/1116
Storage Western Digital 250GB SATA 3.0
Display(s) Samsung 19" Widescreen 4MS Response Time LCD
Case Antec Nine Hundred
Audio Device(s) Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer
Power Supply Hiper 580W Type R
Software Windows XP Pro SP2 Genuwine
#2
WOW! Noice! :toast:
 
Joined
Jul 15, 2006
Messages
609 (0.15/day)
Likes
9
Location
Exeter, UK
System Name The 831
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 with X2O Delta CPU Waterblock
Motherboard ASUS P5N-E SLI
Cooling 8 x 120mm fans and X2O Delta CPU Waterblock X2O 400 12V Pump/Reservoir 240mm Radiator 10/8mm Tubing
Memory OCZ SLI Ready 4Gb PC2-6400 DDR2-800 5-4-4-15 (2x2GB)
Video Card(s) BFG GeForce 8800 GTS OC 320MB
Storage Western Digital 160GB SATA and a Western Digital 250GB SATA
Display(s) 22" ViewSonic Widescreen LCD
Case COOLERMASTER STACKER 831
Audio Device(s) Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE
Power Supply OCZ ModStream 520w ATX2.2
Software WINDOWS XP HOME SP3
#3
wow thats well nice is that a fish tank pump you have used? is it custom coolant?
 
Joined
Sep 29, 2006
Messages
102 (0.02/day)
Likes
0
Location
Oh no, last time i listed this a dude showed up at
Processor P4 3.2ghz pressy
Motherboard Abit ic7 max-3
Cooling All PolarFlo TT series w/ some DD maze4 blocks too
Memory 2x 512mb G-skill pc4400 TCCD
Video Card(s) X850XT PE
Storage 2x 300gb sATA maxtor
Display(s) CTX 17" lcd
Case Custome modded Koolance pc2-650
Audio Device(s) standard sound blaster
Power Supply kingwin ABT-600cw
Software XP pro, Macromedia 8 suite, SwishMax, PS CS2....etc..etc
#4
wow thats well nice is that a fish tank pump you have used? is it custom coolant?
Looks like a Hydor pump. And an Anti freeze/Distilled water mixture....maybe.

Interesting water loop, Nice O/C :toast:
 
Joined
Jul 1, 2005
Messages
5,196 (1.14/day)
Likes
296
Location
Kansas City, KS
System Name Dell XPS 15 9560
Processor I7-7700HQ
Memory 32GB DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1050/1080 Ti
Storage 1TB SSD
Display(s) 2x Dell P2715Q/4k Internal
Case Razer Core
Audio Device(s) Creative E5/Objective 2 Amp/Senn HD650
Mouse Logitech Proteus Core
Keyboard Logitech G910
#6

pt

not a suicide-bomber
Joined
Mar 11, 2006
Messages
8,956 (2.08/day)
Likes
167
Location
Portugal
Processor AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-60 (Trinidad)
Motherboard ASUS F3Ka (ATI RS690M)
Cooling stock
Memory Nanya 2x1GB ddr2 667@5-5-5-15-2T
Video Card(s) ATI Mobility Radeon HD2600 512MB DDR2@ 580mhz/486mhz
Storage 160GB on laptop+250GB external
Display(s) ASUS 15.4
Case Asus Laptop F3Ka chassis
Audio Device(s) on-board
Power Supply 1:30minutes battery
Software "genui xp", 'cause i hated vista
#7
cool :cool:
i want one of those custom made wc kits too :p
 
Joined
Aug 18, 2006
Messages
993 (0.24/day)
Likes
31
Location
Los Angeles...U.S.A
Processor i7 920
Motherboard EVGA X58
Cooling eight 120mm fans, Swiftech GTZ cpu block, 3 120mm radiator, MCP655 pump, primochill tubing
Memory 6 gig G-Skill DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) GTX 285's (SLI)
Storage 500GB Western Digital
Display(s) 3 Asus 23 in inchers
Case Lian Li A77B
Audio Device(s) on board 7.1
Power Supply Corsair 1000
Software win 7 64
#8
Holy Moly! Very nice.
 
Joined
Mar 2, 2006
Messages
5,289 (1.23/day)
Likes
19
Processor AMD Athlon 64 3200+
Motherboard DFI LanParty nf4 Ultra-D
Cooling Thermaltake Big Typhoon
Memory 2x512MB GeIL
Video Card(s) ATI Radeon X800XL
Storage 2x80GB Western Digital
Display(s) HP vs17
Case SuperTalent
Audio Device(s) Soundblaster
Power Supply Ultra X-Finity 500 Watt
#9
Dippy, I've been thinking about replacing the DFI's chipset fan with AS5...is it worth it?
 

pt

not a suicide-bomber
Joined
Mar 11, 2006
Messages
8,956 (2.08/day)
Likes
167
Location
Portugal
Processor AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-60 (Trinidad)
Motherboard ASUS F3Ka (ATI RS690M)
Cooling stock
Memory Nanya 2x1GB ddr2 667@5-5-5-15-2T
Video Card(s) ATI Mobility Radeon HD2600 512MB DDR2@ 580mhz/486mhz
Storage 160GB on laptop+250GB external
Display(s) ASUS 15.4
Case Asus Laptop F3Ka chassis
Audio Device(s) on-board
Power Supply 1:30minutes battery
Software "genui xp", 'cause i hated vista
#10
Joined
Jul 1, 2005
Messages
5,196 (1.14/day)
Likes
296
Location
Kansas City, KS
System Name Dell XPS 15 9560
Processor I7-7700HQ
Memory 32GB DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1050/1080 Ti
Storage 1TB SSD
Display(s) 2x Dell P2715Q/4k Internal
Case Razer Core
Audio Device(s) Creative E5/Objective 2 Amp/Senn HD650
Mouse Logitech Proteus Core
Keyboard Logitech G910
#12
Joined
Jul 1, 2005
Messages
5,196 (1.14/day)
Likes
296
Location
Kansas City, KS
System Name Dell XPS 15 9560
Processor I7-7700HQ
Memory 32GB DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1050/1080 Ti
Storage 1TB SSD
Display(s) 2x Dell P2715Q/4k Internal
Case Razer Core
Audio Device(s) Creative E5/Objective 2 Amp/Senn HD650
Mouse Logitech Proteus Core
Keyboard Logitech G910
#13
Its here!!!!




And another 512mb stick of ram :D
 
Joined
May 15, 2006
Messages
4,677 (1.10/day)
Likes
86
Location
Someone who's going to find NewTekie1 and teach hi
Processor DualCore AMD Athlon 64x2 4800+ (o/c 2801mhz STABLE (Ketxxx, POGE, Tatty One, ME))
Motherboard ASUS A8N-SLI Premium (PCIe x16, x4, x1)
Cooling PhaseChange Coolermaster CM754/939 (fan/heatsink), Thermalright heatspreaders + fan built on (RAM)
Memory 512mb PC-3200 DDR400 (set DDR-33 for o/c) by Corsair (matched pair, 2x256mb) 200.1/200mhz
Video Card(s) BFG GeForce 7900 GTX OC 512mb GDDR3 ram (o/c manually to 686 core/865 memory) - PhaseChange cooled
Storage Dual "Raptor X" 16mb 10krpm/RAID 0 Promise EX8350 x4 PCIe 128mb & Intel IO chip/CENATEK RocketDrive
Display(s) SONY 19" Trinitron MultiScan 400ps 1600x1200 75hz refresh 32-bit color
Case Antec Super-LanBoy (aluminum baby-tower w/ lower front & upper rear cooling exhaust fans)
Audio Device(s) RealTek AC97 onboard mobo stereo sound (Altec Lansing ACS-45 speakers - 10 yrs. still running!)
Power Supply Antec 500w ATX 2.0 "SmartPower" powersupply
Software Windows Server 2003 SP #1 fully patched, & massively tuned/tweaked to-the-max (plus latest drivers)
#14
I like it... I have to "get into" hydro-cooling on my next rig, as I have NEVER done it before!

I like Dippy's because it has a "homegrown" look to it, that probably takes him "above & beyond" what std. factory built OEM stuff in this area does...

:)

* Well done & inspiration to me too...

APK
 
Joined
Jul 1, 2005
Messages
5,196 (1.14/day)
Likes
296
Location
Kansas City, KS
System Name Dell XPS 15 9560
Processor I7-7700HQ
Memory 32GB DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1050/1080 Ti
Storage 1TB SSD
Display(s) 2x Dell P2715Q/4k Internal
Case Razer Core
Audio Device(s) Creative E5/Objective 2 Amp/Senn HD650
Mouse Logitech Proteus Core
Keyboard Logitech G910
#15
I like it... I have to "get into" hydro-cooling on my next rig, as I have NEVER done it before!

I like Dippy's because it has a "homegrown" look to it, that probably takes him "above & beyond" what std. factory built OEM stuff in this area does...

:)

* Well done & inspiration to me too...

APK
This radiator is a bonneville heatercore...

Lets see a watercooling kit do THAT ;)
 
Joined
May 15, 2006
Messages
4,677 (1.10/day)
Likes
86
Location
Someone who's going to find NewTekie1 and teach hi
Processor DualCore AMD Athlon 64x2 4800+ (o/c 2801mhz STABLE (Ketxxx, POGE, Tatty One, ME))
Motherboard ASUS A8N-SLI Premium (PCIe x16, x4, x1)
Cooling PhaseChange Coolermaster CM754/939 (fan/heatsink), Thermalright heatspreaders + fan built on (RAM)
Memory 512mb PC-3200 DDR400 (set DDR-33 for o/c) by Corsair (matched pair, 2x256mb) 200.1/200mhz
Video Card(s) BFG GeForce 7900 GTX OC 512mb GDDR3 ram (o/c manually to 686 core/865 memory) - PhaseChange cooled
Storage Dual "Raptor X" 16mb 10krpm/RAID 0 Promise EX8350 x4 PCIe 128mb & Intel IO chip/CENATEK RocketDrive
Display(s) SONY 19" Trinitron MultiScan 400ps 1600x1200 75hz refresh 32-bit color
Case Antec Super-LanBoy (aluminum baby-tower w/ lower front & upper rear cooling exhaust fans)
Audio Device(s) RealTek AC97 onboard mobo stereo sound (Altec Lansing ACS-45 speakers - 10 yrs. still running!)
Power Supply Antec 500w ATX 2.0 "SmartPower" powersupply
Software Windows Server 2003 SP #1 fully patched, & massively tuned/tweaked to-the-max (plus latest drivers)
#16
This radiator is a bonneville heatercore...
Ah, yea... that's right: You're the one who told me to opt for that, vs. an auxilliary tranny or oil cooler as the radiator!

Lets see a watercooling kit do THAT ;)
NOT! It's not going to happen... You're probably best-served by the heatercore you used, & it probably holds more fluid than other 'stock/oem' produced water cooling systems, odds are!

APK

P.S.=> Good job, very "frankenstein" & homemade as I call it... & that is a compliment, not a put-down! apk
 
Joined
Apr 3, 2005
Messages
471 (0.10/day)
Likes
27
Location
Surrey, England
System Name The Beast
Processor Core i5 2500K
Motherboard Asus P8Z77-V
Cooling Custom Water Cooling
Memory 2x2Gb Gskill Ripjaw X @ 2133mhz 9-11-9-28 1T
Video Card(s) Sapphire HD6950 2Gb no unlock :-(
Storage 3x500Gb 1x80Gb
Display(s) LG W2486L 24" LED Backlit 1920x1080
Case Hiper custom Osiris mid tower
Power Supply Hi-power modular 900W
Software Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit
#17
Good job, very "frankenstein" & homemade as I call it... & that is a compliment, not a put-down! apk
I second that, good job dippy. :toast:
I always prefer the look of customised DIY jobs, most machines would just look the same otherwise, hell, as long as it does the job holds up and doesn't leak then its perfect.
If only i had the time to do something similar myself :ohwell: