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Cooling My Cascade - Homemade Waterblock

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by CHECK-IT, 16 Feb 2005.

  1. CHECK-IT

    CHECK-IT What's a Dremel?

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  2. SteveyG

    SteveyG Electromodder

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    It looks very nice. Well done :)

    I don't quite understand the graph though since the axes aren't labelled :duh:
     
  3. Gascan1888

    Gascan1888 What's a Dremel?

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    WOW very nice, looks like u bought it

    but i agree with SteveyG...


     
  4. CHECK-IT

    CHECK-IT What's a Dremel?

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    this is C/W. Hmm.. C/w its unit the individual the denominative efficiency of resumption / the rendition of warmth. It important it is we possess this what radiators. Its Core Temperature - Water Temperature / Power of heater
    for example: Processor temperature-40C, Water Temperature-17C, Power of heater-100Watt =
    (40-17)/100=23/100 = 0,23 C/W ;]

    Im glad, that you pleases :)
     
  5. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    Looks very well made, but I'd think it would be more effective with channels rather than just the little hole things so you could get a higher flow rate in the block. In fact, probably the best looking homegrown block I've ever seen. Looks like it performs well by the graph too :)
     
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    user0001 What's a Dremel?

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    Looks good. What are the white pieces made out of? You want turbulence in the block for max performance so I think it might be better with more pegs and pegs that are part of the block (one-piece bottom). :thumb:
     
  7. Risky

    Risky Modder

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    Looks great there :clap: :clap:

    What thread and thittings are you using there? And do you have and pictures/ details of the rest of the setup?
     
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    <A88> Trust the Computer

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    Very good quality, looks a professional block :) Any guide on how you made it?

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  9. CHECK-IT

    CHECK-IT What's a Dremel?

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    Instruction will be soon probably on jet-pc.com, Quantity jets and cups is optimum. Larger quantity would spoil flow. Cascade is designed to amd with small core.
     
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