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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Haddy, 16 Aug 2002.

  1. Haddy

    Haddy World Domination

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    Rules

    - completed cases only
    - one post per case
    - limit of 3 pictures per post (make them count :D )
    - keep the images fairly small! - try to limit to 500 pixels wide

    Your post will be deleted if:

    - the images turn into [​IMG]'s
    - you post huge images (no warnings)
    - you post a comment ("cool!", "how did you do...?") contact eachother privately or start a new thread......
     
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  2. mashie

    mashie The one and only

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    Syrinix completed January 2002.


    Specs:

    XP1800
    EpoX 8K7A+
    2 x 256MB Corsair PC2400
    Powerman 300W PSU


    Cooling:

    Eheim 1048
    DangerDen Maze2
    DangerDen northbridge block
    DangerDen GF3 block
    DangerDen heatercore
    1/2" Silicone tubing
    15mm copper bends and copper T for airtrap/refill.
    220/12V relay to switch on the pump with the computer.
    Heatspreader in copper on the GF3 so the waterblock also cools the RAM on it.
    127mm ventilation duct with an integrated Y.S. Tech 120mm fan (heavily modded to fit inside) running at 7V.


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  3. bilnv

    bilnv New Member

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    This is my first water cooled rig. It's almost done just some small odds and end to do yet.

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    Parts List:
    Waterblock is a White Water
    Pro Core RAD from D-Tek Customs
    Pump is a 1250 Eheim
    Reservoir is a Bay-Rez from D-Tek also
    Everything is 1/2" and the setup order is Pump>Water Block>RAD>Reservoir>Pump

    The RAD has a 120mm fan in a push pull config with a shroud on each side. The RAD and reservoir are partitioned off from the bottom of the case.I am using Shin Etsu - 751 Thermal Grease and SuperCool water additive from D-Tek. The CPU temps are below case temps by 3C idle. The rig is really new and I hope to bring the temps down a little as I figure out what I am doing.

    The computer has a Pent. 4 2.8Ghz on an MSI 875P neo mobo and using an MSI FX5900-128TD graphics card. There are 2 80Gb S-ATA Maxtor HD in RAID 0 and another Maxtor 120Gb ultra ATA-133 drive for storage. The PSU is a 550W Antec True Power.
     
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  4. Knipex

    Knipex New Member

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    Ok Im new and apparently I dont know what a dremel is :D

    So here is mine

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    Function over Form and built for silence.

    3 120mm Papst fans @7V are the noisy part of the setup.
     
  5. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    major upgrade to old case

    DD Maze3 SHD...Shiny:D
    DD Z-Chip
    DD Maze4 GPU......Shiny:D
    Eheim 1250
    Black Ice Extreme 24k Gold
    Sunon120mm fan @7volt
    Veoyer Mods Bay Res
    all connected with DD 1/2" hose
    AMD 2500 Barton
    2x 512Mb OCZ EL PC4000 Gold Series
    DFI Lan Party nForce2 board
    Asus GeForce3 deluxe (still)
    2x Maxtor 40gig HD's
    Matrix Orbital MX222 well it used to be
    Clear PSU cover
    and a few UV CC's

    Oh and by the way temps are 31.5 C which is 88.7 F in old money!

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  6. sailor

    sailor New Member

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    Just a few old images of my chiller I've managed to recover.
    Main reason I thought I'd post was seeing Jimmy The Fish's big blue tank and realising I'm using an identical one myself at present without rad or fan and still getting temps in the low 30's full load just from block, pump oh and about ten gallons of water.

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  7. ouija

    ouija Trust me, I am doctor!

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  8. Redken

    Redken New Member

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    Hi guys!
    After a looong time of researching and preparation (1 year on/off researching. 3 month final preparation. 1 month modding and assembly)(yes! I took my sweet, sweet time ;) ) I finally finished my first watercooling setup :) First I would like to thank ALL the people that helped me directly and in-directly to get my rig up and running from here and other forums as well :cool:
    All relevant watercooling parts:

    - White Water
    - MCW20
    - MCW50
    - 1/2 Clearflex
    - 2-342 heater core (2" shroud on both sides)
    - 4 Panaflos 120mm L1A push/pull (1 extra for burners)
    - Iwaki MD-15RLT (shrouded)
    - Lian-Li Pc 70 case (very moded)
    - Rest in my sig...

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    This rig is cooling a very hot P4 2.4c @ 3.5, AIW 9800 450 core and NB and it's giving me 6c above ambient idle and 10c load. Although I measured using MBM5 and a temp probe I don't really know how accurate these readings are. I have asked on other threads but there is too much conflicting information and I'm lacking the tools to find out for myself. Even if I add 10c more I would still be happy with my temps :)
    It was a good project and it was very worth it, I had a lot of fun and learned a lot. Looking forward to learning more from it and helping out newbees :) with what I can.

    "Comments" is one of the reasons I posted this, so, any and all are welcome.
    :cool:
     
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  9. Darv

    Darv Bling!!

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    AlphaCool NexXxos HP Pro
    AquaStream
    AirPlex EVO 120 with Papst fan at 7v
    AquaTube 1.1
     
  10. xthal

    xthal New Member

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    Closeup of the GPU-block, crappy focus :p

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    Front showing the reservoir (sp?) and extra HD-bay +++

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    The guts and all of the mess.
    Really needs to be cleaned up, so I ordered some wiresleeves and heatshrink, should be here soon :D

    Consists of:
    Black Ice Extreme (OLD!)
    Danger Den Maze 3 (antic!)
    Danger Den Z-Chipset
    Danger Den Maze 4 GPU
    Danger Den Tygon hosing
    Hydor L20 pump
    Noname/unknown reservoir (sp?)
     
  11. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    Shiny Wavemaster

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    System spec and the full White Water Wavemaster Prod Log

    [edit] updated picture links with finished case

    link 1 link 2 link 3 link 4 link 5 link 6 link 7 link 8


    Silver Wavemaster (polished)
    AMD 2500 Barton
    DFI Lan Party Rev B M/board
    Globalwin Supersilent Active PSU (chrome)
    2x 512 Corsair XMS3200LL
    Gainward FX5900 Ultra (did have 9800XT in the pic)
    Maxtor 80gig 7200
    Lite-on DVD Rom
    Lite-on CD Writer

    Silver Cascade (thanks to Cather)
    Z-Chip
    Maze4 GPU (polished)
    Thermochill 120.1
    Eheim 1250
    AquaTube Res
    And a few pool balls :D
     
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  12. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    Wavy Watermaster

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    System Spec and the full Wavy Watermaster Prod Log

    Wavemaster (Black)
    Asus SK8V (Socket 940)
    AMD Athlon FX53
    Tagan 480watt PSU
    2x 512mb OCZ PC3500 EL-DDR ECC (Registered)
    2x Western Digital Raptor 36.7GB in Stripe Raid Zero
    Hercules 9800XT (to be replaced with a Gainward 6800 Ultra Cool FX)
    Sony DWU-18A 8x DVD±RW ReWriter (Black)
    Sony DDU1612 DVD-ROM

    Water Cooling:-

    TDX Athlon64
    Maze4 Chipset
    Maze4 GPU (To be replaced with Cool FX)
    Laing D4 12volt Pump
    Thermochill 120.1 Rad
    Papst Alu 120mm Fan on Vantec Rheobus
    Dual Floppy Bay-Res
    Tygon Hose
     
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  13. slater

    slater Mummy Says Im Special

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    I may aswell join in the fun, Heres Liquified Stage 1

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    All built by myself

    SPC-1 CPU Block
    Eheim 1250 Pump
    SPC Astra Heatercore Conversion + Shrouds
    SPC Aluminium Dual Bay Res
    Evercool 120mmfans
    Clearflex60 tubing (1/2" id 3/4" od)

    Full Log : http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=51404
     
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  14. N4N01D

    N4N01D New Member

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    Oo_Scotty_oO New Member

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    MadAsABadger New Member

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    Here we go, my humble effort, a bit of a cheat really as the case (Koolance PC-650) comes with most of the watercooling kit already installed, less for me to get it wrong!

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    A bit of a log can be found here.
     
  17. play_boy_2000

    play_boy_2000 It was funny when I was 12

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  18. Maximilium

    Maximilium New Member

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    My current set-up

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