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My water cooling setup *Finish* *56k Warning*

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by sladesurfer, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. sladesurfer

    sladesurfer New Member

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    Here's my water cooling rig completed :thumb:

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    Not bad mate!
     
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    Is that first device pictured a combined resovoir/pump?
     
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    yes
     
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    Very nice. You gotta find a way to display that thing, it looks awsome.
     
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    LAING DDC with alphacool top
     
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    Its a DDC pump. I took the top off and replaced it :)

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    Im going to get an antec P180 case soon and moving everything in there :D With a little Modding of course :)
     
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    How's the OCZ XTC Cooler working for you? I bought one myself, but I haven't had a chance to work it in yet.
     
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    hey sladesurfer, where did you get that chrome memory cover/plate from? looks so cool ;) need one just like it to hide my fans :eek:
     
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    wow its clean
     
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    Just throw a black pearl in there and it's done. Very clean, excellent job!:D
     
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    It's an OCZ XTC Memory Cooler
     
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    thanks t_ski :respect:
     
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    :toast: np
     
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    thats very nice!
     
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    Chillen!

    Looks pretty nice, clean wiring. :cool: Just a recommendation, move your HD up one notch so it gets better air flow around it, if you have the room anyway why not. ;) I have both of mine located in the same bay with an 80mm fan right in front of them, keeps them cool. :D Where's your VGA or am I just blind? :twitch: :twitch:

    Also, just for information purposes there is a company out there (CoolIt) that has some nice CPU coolers. I think this is the way I will go if I decide to go that way. With this system you eliminate all of the extra hoses, outside components, etc. It may not look as nice as some setups but is supposed to cool better than normal H20. :) Nothing against your system, this is just incase you haven't heard of them. :toast:

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    The do cool somewhat better than a normal watercooling loop, but that is because they use peltiers to chill the water. Unfortunately, they are a bit more expensive than a traditional watercooling setup.
     
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    I think we all know that cooling system around here.:laugh:
    But thanks for making me look at it again. And wanting it.:mad:$$$ :p
     
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    is the block custom as well? I don't recognise it.
     
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    Looks real nice!
     
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    hey

    wow that water unit is tiny compared to mine lol

    my main tank holds about 25L [leters]

    i dont go for pritty thow i go for use under high stress
     
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    LAING DDC with alphacool top
     
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    WoW! That's more than what my car holds in gas. :wtf:
     
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