Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Bloody_Pete, 10 Jan 2011.
Thanks, learned loads.
Photo's will be up later, although my camera skills are poor...
can't wait to see the pictures
It's not that amazing...
haha, still will be good to see though, but okk I shall now appropriately lower my expectations :]
GPU block how-to added with pictures
We want pictures of a full PC ^_^
hey pete, very nice job on the build
any chance of a picture of the white acetal cover (both sides) before it was attached? mainly wondering if it is milled on the other side, or just smooth.
He's tempting us! Give us moar!
Alas no pics of the inside, but if memory serves it was just flat on the inside...
Oooh, that's a sexy block!
so the gasket is on the block, not the acetal? sorry for the questions, just weighing the possibility of making my own block top when the time comes.
Erm... Yeh, it's recessed into the metal.
Added some more pictures
Any chance of some pics of it all assembled in your case?
Sure I'll try to russle some up tonight
excellent thread so far. the pics are very informative, keep it up
Last pics added. I'll do a write up if people want one?
great read , been looking into doing water-cooling when i build my rig in the next couple months. My thoughts keep coming back to the fittings. Do you have any insight on why the cost of compression fittings are so different between bits power fittings and ones like yours.
The quality really, Bits power ones are of a much higher quality that the ones I have, not that the ones I have are bad at all. They do the job just fine So it all depends on your budget, if you can afford to blow money on the Bits Power fittings go for them, otherwise the ones that I used will be fine.
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