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Cooling Finally water rig sorted **pics inside**

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by BAcon, 16 Jan 2005.

  1. david _b

    david _b New Member

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    Like i said Mike, lookin good. The case is a pc-75 for those who asked.
     
  2. BAcon

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  3. fei

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    nice setup you got there.
    going to have virtually the same setup soon as the silverprop HL and 50z are back in stock.

    where you get them big round nuts to mount your G4?
    nice use of the extra holes on the G4 mounting plate too :thumb:
     
  4. Wang

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    Nice steup Fei,

    Although a novel place to bolt a fan.... the vibrations from the fan, since it's bolted to the G4... might do not nice things to your CPU thermal paste.

    It could either help it set faster.... or migrate it out.... I dunno. :)
     
  5. BAcon

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    cool, i got them fom a hardware place in the US, got some smaller ones coming for the HL as well. Make it very very quick to swap out chips, remount etc


    lol and wang its my setup ;)

    well the fan isnt damaged in any way so the vibrations are normal, id imagine it would help to seat the AS5, without disrupting much
     
  6. Wang

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    Oops sorry Bacon, props to you! :)
    Did it take long to bleed? thas a long fill tube!
     
  7. fei

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    btw what size tubing is that?
    thought it would be 1/2" but looks abit small?
     
  8. Mada

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    Looking good, about to start sourcing the parts for my water cooling setup this weekend for my first attempt. Hope it looks as neat and tidy as yours :thumb:
     
  9. BAcon

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    no took about 10mins for full bleeding

    put the case on its side and the Tline was highest point in system, bit of tipping the case about and all air was gone within minutes

    the filltube is long so it meets the DD Fillport at the top of the case, its not all filled


    Fei it is 1/2" ID tubing 3/4" OD, looks small cause the case is so big :) the G4 is a very large block as well so doesnt help to make it look large like it is

    and Icceb, if you take your time it will :) thanks for your comments guys much appreciated
     
  10. fei

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    how do you find the noise of the pump?
    i just got hold of a mcp600 rev 2 and finding it pretty loud with a annoying whine to it compared to my ehiem 1250 andand mates DDC
     
  11. BAcon

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    i find it very good actually, certainly no whining

    your comparing it to 2 much more silent pumps tho that was intended to be silent (DDC), with some proper cushion (stop vibration) the 1250 is also pretty much silent

    i would have thought you bought the rev2 for its flow and head pressure, i.e loadsa power
     
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