Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by turpija, 5 Jan 2006.
Congrats, It's been entertaining to watch you put it together.
UL on the overclocking, but you win some you lose some
atleast its silent, which IMO is like really really important
if you could afford it, you should get a waterblock for your GPU that does core & memory
How much did the mod cost in the end ?
excellent work, now that it's proven I plan on doing somewhat similar...
Love the blocks, BTW. Just beautiful work.
Be Proud of yourself, that is some serious work and amazing results.
Congratulations.. Really nice water cooling you got there =)
so much pretty shiny things
great work, thank you
and those night pics are seriously creepy id hate to stumble through my house in the middle of the night and see that.
nah, actually its really cool. Id love to see some more night pics.
very inspirational, I think many people will be taking some ideas away from your mod
Really nice man Been watching this for a while. If that res ever did leak or something it'd probably flood you room
OMG that is sexsiiiii! Hooray for parallel cooling loops!
I like the cut of your gib!!!
gald to see the final mod up and running well done
homemade = kickass!
Damn, looks sweet that one!;D
Like everyone else says: @#$%^&*!!!!!!!! Damn!
damn fine work. Thumbs up to you:
Wow...! It actually works. I'm amazed.
THX ALL !
You've been a great audience
Yeah! you finnally done it, I enjoyed seeing your efforts and finnally you got a nice looking case and an awesome home made watercool.
The finish of this case is awesome. Glad to see you got all of your watercooling working nicely.
never seen your project,looking nice and clean.
You would do some little work around the front tho
That's truely amazing. In fact, I have 2-3 moths of summer time doing absolutely nothing at all.
Might nip down to the local homebase/B&Q...
One question, overall, how much did this mod cost you?
EDIT: And, maybe a more general tech question, but since your res holds 1.5L, I assume it's going to take some time to get the hot water from a block back to the pump, so why hasn't anyone made a res out of copper, or at least added some fins or something to cool the water?
They have. The Reserator from Zalman, for one. There's one from XSPC, http://www.xspc.biz/reservoirs.php . There's more, just can't think of them now.
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