Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Andreoid, 9 Nov 2009.
That's close to the formula I use in my shop.
Mine's even cheaper to make, though. Mine is kinda proprietary, so no formulas from me.
I love the work, though. I do believe if I had a board you guys supported I'd be buying from you very quick-like...
That is a really sweet set up you've got going there lads. Why could'nt you be in england
And that reminds me - any plans for a full-cover block for the MSI 890FXA-GD70? I might have to do a build on one of those in a month or two.
england isnt this smal too ...
like the MSI790FX block i have a 890FX block too
should i list this on aquatuning?
previously separate is brought together now
the machine pedestal
must be back in the tub:
So asked anyone with crane again
... Loops in the eye bolts
and so into the tub
here I screw the eye-screws back out
then next the portal (under the covers)
this is Finn
not this easy
reposition the loop
then mount the Y-spindle and align
some punches for the table. so that it slips in position
there will act large forces
with assembled Z-motor
coming forward very well... but the cnc can not mill so far
Sure. But I don't think too many people are on 890FX boards just yet.
Also, is there any way yo get your products in the USA?
How did you get it back inside if you needed a crane to assemble it?
Wow gotta love Precision Engineering!!
hmmm,... we don't have reseller or a ditributor in the usa yet
only in UK
actually this should be a watercooling thread so I have to show you some waterblocks a few times between ^^
top left of the MSI 790FX fullcover ... and the follower down in the middle
because a bad sitting capacitor on the board the new MSI 890FX fullcover block have now a smaller top. is has a winding distance of 18mm
Despite 890s engraving backward compatible to 790FX
and if we are talking about the 890 boards...
PWM032 the new 890FX for ASUS boards!
here a few photos of the user "fhantastic" from the "forumdeluxx"
He has let nickeled his evga cooler set (not by us...we can't do this)
PWM029 EVGA P55 left block
the EVGA P55 Cheesecake 200 fullcover Waterblock
but it dont fit on the EVGA P55 Cheesecake without "200" addition
They look nice all nickel'd up
And thanks for the picture of the 890FX block. It doesn't look like it'll handle 3/8 ID 5/8 OD compression blocks, so that means usig 45-deg fittings, right?
the 890fx does have a smaler top than the 790fx block...
it has only a windingdistance of 18mm...so the fittings can have a diameter of maximal 18mm.
something new again ;D
I start with a couple of photos that are prettier than mine
a high quality project, which I supported a little bit:
Marc's "Projekt Black meets Blue" - Marc1993
on the Gigabyte GA-P55A were installed a PWM031 two times and a UCD grande.
the bottoms were stained dark chemical
Unfortunately I can not make such amazing photos
for now I'll show some new models ^^
a new fullcover light waterblock for the MSI 890GXM-G65
the cool links, like the 790 or 890FX cooler, the NB with the voltage transformers
I have decided against engraving, because the arm is very thin
the Sapphire IPC AM3DD785G NB & SB block i have made new too
(our Soleil01 cpu block as AMD Version)
close to the air cooler
when a slot milling soleil01 bottom,..some things can go wrong ...
here is the saw blade bursted
you can still see the remains of copper sheet in the bottom
as a time to say, there is no action at a water cooling
this weekend will get an Asus Crosshair IV Formula (AMD 890FX)
There will probably come a full light as the 790FX
and maybe a total fullcoverblock
I love your work. I've already said that, but it cannot be said enough. I think these are the best looking blocks out there, period.
thank you very much
so, after three weeks of waiting for the board by a user ...
the board simply does not come, and the user do not report to my mails
so I bought my own board. -.-
first putting the uninteresting cooler down
for the voltage converter and north bridge, there is again a anfi-tec light cover
this is the cooler in the cad file, graphically
and in real life
top only layed on
distance of 22.5 mm g1/4" thread .. it also fits thick 16/10
the copper bridge already provided in the ocerclocked MSI790FX good temperatures ... then it will work at the asus too
with the UCD (universal cooling device) SB in addition you get the board as completely cooled
should I draw a complete full cover block? (~ 12 hours of cad working)
I would at least have to mill about 10 blocks, so that the effort worthwhile for long cadding, ..
Now, you are asked:
1) a favorable light Cover + SB UCD is enough.
2) An elaborate Full Cover must be already.
So i didn't post anything a long time ago... studies getting harder and harder.. spending more and more time with learning and writing tests
but now my tests of the last semester are over and i got the time to make some new blocks!
We got Asus crosshair IV extreme... overkclocking by iPhone... so this is the future of mainboards
so then,...lets cool this thing!
i made a 3D cad of the board,.. because this got to be complex
(the litle copper rings is the start of the waterblocks)
these rings will be connected tangential.. an so the blocks grows
between the PCI-E slot and the 4 capacitors i have space of ~ 8mm
if i design a waterchanel in there, it would kill every flow in the block
two lightcoverblocks or two fullcoverblocks
made the copperplates:
again the same problem... the space over the pwms is not wide enough for a chanel with a good waterflow -.-
so i took the lightcoverblock which established itself in the MSI790FX, MSI890FX,
890GXM-G65, ASUS Crosshair IV Formula, Asus M4A 890FX and in the EVGA P55 Cheesecake 200.
i like this little tools in the cad program... radius tool
the SB Lightcover between the second and third graficcard with triple SLI.
the waterflow ist direct over the SB Chip.
NB PWM block, the waterflow ist direct over the NB Chip.
a view from the side. you can see the placement of the fittings between the graficcards
this here is interessting
the block and the board are in a cut view .. so that you can see the waterchanel, and the notch of the seal
although playing in 3D i have to test the correctness with an plexidummy
milling it in plexi
better than the plexidummy...the real ones in copper!
Finn and I are the first ones with offering the cooling set for this Asus crosshair IV extrem..
let's see how quickly the bigger manufacturers will follow us
today a test of our "UPC slim" was published
Our universal PWM (UPC slim) had been tested by the german watercoolingsite "Effizienzgurus.de" against a MVR-100-block by Koolance.
The UPC had got an efficiency-award!
next to a pair of pretty pictures and detailed descriptions of the coolers
there is still a flow test of both coolers (but unfortunately complete in german)
link to the test:
Waterblocks for the EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200
so,.. i have a naked EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200 lying here
at first the PWM modules....
The water cooler model what I design for cools over the entire length the
digital MOSFET and CPL modules (just like the original air-cooler).
The cooler will cost 45 € ...
Now for the problem case, the NB-SB cooler. Indeed, there are 4 possible options:
Option 1: Two separate cooler, a new model for the NB with series-top and UCDsb for the SB.
I thought to set all this in a package with the UCDsb for ~ 60 €
(usable fittings, max 18mm diameter).
In this version, you maybe get space problems with a thick graphiccard.
Option 2: A Lightcover model as the EVGA P55 Cheesecake 200
with a series-PWM -top ~ 60 € (usable fittings, as desired)
Option 3: Another Lightcover but somewhat smaller than in version 2 ~ 55 €
(usable fittings, max 18mm diameter).
The cooler uses the same cover as in version 1.
Option 4: An all-through-flow cooler ..
but only one way,... a thread up and one down.
~ 65€ because no series top can be used.
In this version, you maybe get space problems with a thick graphiccard, too.
For a version with both threads up, and a channel to the SB an back there,
there is not enough space for the two required channels.
now its your turn... especially of interest is of course the opinion of the people who have a EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200
no opinion to the NBSB at the EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200?
btw... happy new year!
so other forums have been more actively...
maybe i took the wrong time for the classified
stood today with a hangover in my workshop, but here is the finish:
Anfi-tec EVGA P55 Classified 200 set ^^
is in my shop, and will be available at aquatuning.uk/us for 89,90€ (120$)
tomorrow i'll make some more pictures
The new PWM037 .. cools as the original cooler, the digital PWMs and the CPL components.
and this is the finished EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200 watercoolingset:
just like the EVGA P55 Cheesecake 200 had , i had created an opening for the silver quarz in this lightcover.
The distances, except for the connection to the SB, are completely identical to the EVGA P55 Cheesecake 200 Light Cover.
As a cover I have now decided for a series-cover with the size of the UCDgrande.
On the SB there is no engraving ...
in turn, saving significant cost in production because no tool change must take place.
Instead, there is a nice design-gimmick with a few indicated Fins .
This is really just a design element! The SB can be cooled completely
through the copper-bridge to the NB without additional air flow.
The copper-bridge- (Light Cover) technology has proven good temperatures on
many boards, even in overclocked state (eg. MSI 790FX, ASUS Crosshair Formula IV ..etc).
There is no need for critics to redirected at a water channel.
Simply not liking the bare copper, one can say ^^
(Because I know that the question is asked often:
Unfortunately, we still do not have good/reliable partner for nickel plating in the area)
I was against to make a complete new cover, because we can not produce
these low-priced in the same good quality as our series-cover.
I have chosen a series-cover, because we always have them in stock in the highest quality.
This makes the cooler is not only cheaper, furthermore the surfaces and accuracy
the cover remain in the desired quality.
The mainboard is to be quite good for a full cover solution, but to produce
high quality fullcover economically, we miss the instruments for.
This was a compromise that I did not wish to.
Then rather,usual well, but much cheaper.
Not to forget is that the copper part disappears among graphics cards.
The grandecover offers the PCI-E slot a little more space than its predecessor
with the longer PWMtop at the EVGA P55 Cheesecake 200th
The grandecover affords instead of the proposed version of the Nano cover,
a compatible for fittings with a diameter of 22.5 mm.
The EVGA Set is now available in the anfi-tec shop for only 89.90€ (120$)..
In stock next week then at Aqua tuning.
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