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Liquid Extasy waterblocks

Discussion in 'Watercooling' started by al_bundy, 20 Aug 2023.

  1. al_bundy

    al_bundy Minimodder

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    The spindlewatercoolingproject is finish and it works fine so far J


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    For small benchsession, i build an external watercooling. Compnents r Ehaim 1046, 120mm Radiator, 230V fan, filtresystem with valve of aquacomputer and a display to cherck the temperature. The system has a small size. 220x145x255mm. Coolingpower straight 200W. Peak 400W für some minuites.


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    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Built like a tank!
    I like the premium clamping spacers. :lol: That's about $200 worth of copper.
     
  3. al_bundy

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    Hehe, i dont have other parts what fits. But its fine for the future. I stick a pvc plate on my pvc plate last week. Now it has the same level all over the table.
    Its absolutly necessary bcoz i got plasticplates for the new cpu waterblock. Dimensions is 500x1000mm

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    i got the silver and black anodized aluminiumtops for the new cpu waterblock. Also 10 kilos nickleplated coldplates for my customers. I guess in next week i have some nice new pix of variants of the cpu waterblock. Iam excited to see the result. But i must mill white covers first. At least the parts r here and looks good :)

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    Finally i got the aluminiumparts for the LiquidExtasy No. UNO CPU waterblock.
    I really love the black one. It fits perfectly in my new build.
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    Hi, today i will update the forum for the last time of this year. I build an Asus TUF RTX4090 o24G OG with aRGB’s. Aside the No. UNO CPU waterblock it is my first one. For the next production r the following waterblocks planned.



    KFA Geforce RTX 4070 TI EX Gamer

    Playstation 5 waterblock

    XFX RX7800XT Speedstar MERC319

    AMD K7 waterblocks for Retrofans

    Some Ramwaterblocks



    The both GPU waterblocks in next year will have a new cover to hide some screws. We will begin the next year with a new design of GPU waterblocks based on the No. UNO CPU waterblock. Iam satisfied how it looks in real.


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    Hi, one of my favourite best looking Liquid Extasy GPU watrblocks is one of the RX Vega 64. The new waterblock of this year will have also such black cover, but an other shape.
    I will check if i can use this design for the next waterblocks :)

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    A new Flowmeter for my cnc machine :)



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    Short update.

    Last days I milled a MSI RX 6900XT waterblock in acryl. I like it more than the acetalversion.


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    And I finish the AMD Version of the No. UNO. A cheaper lightversion does exist also. The first tests looks not that bad. But its what I expected, coz of the big surface of fins at the coldplate and the jetplate over the pcores. Attached some pix.

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    Hi,

    I don’t have many updates report. The copper coldplates i milled already and I have been milling the plastic parts since a few days. I'm working now a little bit more with the large CNC, which should actually be mechanically stable. But it isn't. 4 years ago I had everything on the milling spindle serviced and replaced for €2500. However, the same problems still does exist. -> Tool is not always ejected correctly, especially if the machine hasnt worked since 2 months. Rust on the flange with increased cutting force, which is none.

    The spindle is specified at 40cm³/min and my volume is only 7.5 cm.³/min. Shouldn't be a problem. But it is.


    Since I can't get any further with a new repair because everything has already been repaired, I am seeking for a solution. I have 5 original tool holders that weren't cheap at €400 per piece. I got 20pieces more of remade clampingtools for around €150/piece.


    It is noticeable that despite higher cutting forces due to the higher lever, this problem does not exist with the original tool holders. However, with the remade clampingtools I have rust on the tools. I have now ordered 5 new milling cutters and will test them with the original clampingtools and with the remade clampingtools and hope that something can be derived from this. I guess so.


    New developments will be milled from April and the current round of production should be completed at the end of March, which will be quite tight. New are Sapphire Pulse RX 7800 XT Gaming and EVGA RTX 3070 TI XC3. Anyone who is interested in sending in their card is warmly invited.

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