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Cooling Extreme Kooling Case Gallery

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

  1. cpl1234

    cpl1234 New Member

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    My PC Spec:
    XP2600+M @2700mhz, 2.05V (2.82ghz, 2.1Vcore for bench marks)
    DFI NF2 ultra infinity with Vcore, Vsense and overcurrent mods
    Galaxy 6800nu with all pipelines unlocked
    2X512 + 2X256 KHX BH-5 230mhz, 2-2-2-1

    My watercooling spec:
    2X heatercore with 2X 120mm YS-tech 38mm thick fans (painted UV reactive blue)
    1X D4 pump
    All the above in a radbox
    Cathar Cascade waterblock
    KKFAI 6800 waterblock
    Dual T-line

    My case (a black widow)
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    In the dark with all the UV and stuff:
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    How my dual rad are setup in my radbox:
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  2. Derelict

    Derelict New Member

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    Dual XEON Watercooled Rig

    First Watercooling Rig (A work in progress):

    THE MOTHERSHIP:


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  3. jaguarking11

    jaguarking11 Peterbilt-strong

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    Here is my friends rig I built for him. Well watercooling part I built on it.

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    It is a prescott 775 chip 3.0ghz @ 4.0ghz
    6600gt @ 600 core and 1250mem

    1gig pc 5400ram

    160gb wd sata hdd

    and I have a swiftech block/ danger den gpu block/ swiftech 12v pump/ car heatercore dual thermaltake thunderblade 120mm fans/ I also built the water tank out of pvc tubing.

    All that is in 1/2id coper sweated tubing and 1/2id vynil thick wall tubing.

    Sweet performer and good project.

    Here is the log
    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=82760
     
  4. Shinymod

    Shinymod New Member

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    My Project: Solaris.
    Project Log Here

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    See the log for details, my first watercooled system, and my first proper system mod.
     
  5. Shinymod

    Shinymod New Member

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    My Project: Lunaris
    Follow up to Solaris, I'm sure you can spot the link :hehe:
    No project log yet, but I'm sure i'll get one done sometime...

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    by the way, yes that is a mixed nuts pot as a pump box... I will get round to taking the label off at some point....
     
  6. jopers1986

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    My second water project :D

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    appologies for the poor pics, were taken with my phone
     
  7. M_D_K

    M_D_K Active Member

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    [Coolercases Overload]

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    -specs-
    [hardware]
    Abit nF7s-v2
    XP2500
    1GB Winbond CH-5
    2xWD Raptors 36GB
    Sond DVD+/-
    [cooling]
    BIX Gold + Ally papst fan
    2 x Thermochill 80.1s
    2 x DD D4s
    Little Rivers Cascade SS
    DD Maze 4 [northbridg]
    DD Maze 4 [GPU]
    Aquacomputer Mosfet block
    Aquacomputer Chipset [southbridge]
    2 x Innovatek HDD-O-Matics
    DD Duel floppy rez
    Innovatek Tank-O-Matic


    Morgan.
     
  8. warlord shigs

    warlord shigs New Member

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    heres pics of my rig

    specs:
    danger den lga 775 tdx blok
    danger den intel chipset block
    danger den maze 4 actel block
    single heatercore
    double heatercore
    hydor l-20 pump
    ehiem 1250 pump

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  9. Marvt74

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  10. Schroedinger

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    Full gallery here.

    Specs:

    Lian Li 1200B
    Tyan k8we w/ scsi
    2x Opteron 250 E4 @ 1.45v & 12x234HTT (2.8 GHz) stable
    4x OCZ4001024SSER
    1x XFX 6800GT @450/1140 (2 later)
    1x Audigy 2zs
    1x Seagate 15k.4 36GB
    2x Seagate 7200.8 200GB (mirrored)
    1x Plextor PX-716SA
    1x OCZ PowerStream 600W
    1x Dell 2405FPW

    Cooling:
    2x MCP350 (inlet modded)
    1x BIP2 (cpu loop)
    1x BIP (gpu & chipset loop)
    2x MCW6000 (Opteron 250's)
    3x GPU-180-H06 (gpu, AMD 8131, Nvidia 2050)
    1x GPU-180-L06 (Nvidia 2200)
    1x MCRES-525 (for both loops)
    4x Panaflo M1A
    3x Mini-Coolshroud for 120mm BI rads
    1x NXP-201 Fan Controler
    Distilled Water + Zerex
     
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  11. zackbass

    zackbass New Member

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    Here's the first case I ever did from a few years ago. The entire WC system was done in copper tube and I made the waterblock from an Alpha PAL8045. The case is a pretty much stock PC-60.

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  12. zackbass

    zackbass New Member

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    And here's my second water cooling job. It's a custom stainless steel tube frame that is actually used as part of the WC system. The left side is used a a distribution manifold and the right side is used as a reservoir. It has the midsize Eheim pump pushing through Dangerden blocks for the CPU, GPU, and chipset. Up top are two Hayden transmission coolers. The two 120mm fans under the coolers are unused, the only fan in the system that runs is in the PSU.

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  13. koola

    koola Active Member

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    Lian Li PC60 modded to accept 120mm BIX.

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  14. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    Ventmaster

    Wavemaster (Black)
    Asus SK8V (Socket 940)
    AMD Athlon FX53
    600watt Enermax Noisetaker PSU
    2x 512mb OCZ PC3500 EL-DDR ECC (Registered)
    2x Western Digital Raptor 36.7GB in Stripe Raid Zero
    Gainward 6800 Ultra Golden Sample
    Sony DWU-18A 8x DVD±RW ReWriter (Black)


    Water Cooling:-

    TDX Athlon64
    NV-68 GPU Block
    Laing D5 12volt Pump (PolarFlo Chrome Kit)
    Thermochill 120.2 Rad
    2x Noise Blocker Fans
    Dual Floppy Bay-Res
    WaterCool Fan Grill
    D-Tek Pressure Gauge
    Danger Den Hose


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  15. clocker

    clocker Shovel Ready

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    Sprocket...

    -Silverstone TJ-06 case
    -DFI LP NF4 SLI DR
    -AMD a64 3500+ Winchester
    -Patriot EP (2x512MB)
    -XFX 6800GT
    -WD Raptor (36GB)
    -Plextor SATA DVD-RW
    -Antec NeoPower 480W

    -DD TDX
    -DD NV-68
    -Polarflo TT series pump
    -Weapon 302 HC/shroud (w/ 2x SanyoAce 120x38mm fans)
    -Typhoon rez
    -1/2" id x 3/4" od Tygon R-3603

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  16. Ediejo

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    Ediejo's Lian Li with Promenteia Mach GT2 CPU Cooler.
    Dual watercooling one for chipset one for the videocards.

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  17. koola

    koola Active Member

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    Lian li PC7 Plus

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  18. M_D_K

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    loop 1
    Cascade SS
    D4
    BIX
    120.3
    Bayres

    Loop 2
    D4
    inovatek nb
    inovatek GPU Front + Back
    Mosfet block
    Tank-o-matic
    120.1
    BIP Dual
    BIP

    morgan.
     
  19. matrixops

    matrixops New Member

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    Here is my first wc rig....

    MCP-350 Pump
    MCR-525 bay reservoir
    MCW-50 Video Card WB
    MCW-20 NB WB
    DTek Whitewater CPU WB
    DTek Radiator
    2x120mm Fans

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  20. phuzz

    phuzz This is a title

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    Big Blue

    Been a while, but I'm back, with a now stable w/c setup:

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    Side view, You can probably spot the res, cpu block, and guess where the pump is, but where's the rad?

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    Yup, the rad is wedged in the 50mm gap between the top of the case and the top of the power supply.
    To pull air thru the rad I've replaced the stock 120mm fan with one of them akasa amber one's and flipped the PSU. Air is drawn down, through the radiator, though the PSU and out of the back. The little platform on stand-off's is to protect the fins of the rad and so I've got somewhere to pile my cd's on ;)

    Specs:
    DFI nForce 3 250 mobo (S754 and AGP only unfourtunately)
    Athlon64 3700+ cooled by an Aquacomputer Cuplex XT block.
    GFX, was a Gainward 6600GT, with a cooler from Aquacomputer, but that broke (apparently the water that ended up on it during the leak test did some damage), so right now it's my old 9600XT, but as soon as the CityLink guy turns up I'll be fitting a 6800 :)


    The radiator was supposed to be a BIX, but ended up being an "Alphacool NexXxoS Xtreme" (bloody supplier :( )
    The pump is an Eheim 1048.

    Temps:
    Before - (Zalman 7700 Al-Cu)
    Idle ~ 40
    Load ~ 50

    Now -
    Idle ~ 50
    Load ~ 60
    and slightly noisier...
    (oh, and yes, I am using duct tape as a fan shroud ;) )
     
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