Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by jay2, 22 Oct 2012.
Think we just stepped back 20 years to the origins of watercooling lol
Really good idea, but with how many pressure di you tes it? Be careful with the pomp pressure delivery..
a very small update..
Respect for u sir!
I love the way you do this!
like the idea of modifying the dark knight to water cooling. Would some springclips be a possible solution to mating the water hose to the coolers heatpipes neatly ?
remember to leak test again after tidying up the sealant, easy to introduce a weak spot when tidying.
This log put a smile on my face. It's really nice to see what you can do with just what you have on hand. Great work so far!
Amazing work shows modding isnt about lobbing money at things +rep
Love the mod mate keep it up!
nice to see what can be achieved whilst keeping a budget!
This really cheered me up dude. Now, where are all of those spare shoelaces of mine!?
I failed in water cooling, I accidentally drop a screw on my mobo procy pins.. and 1 pin is completely broken un repairable.. I sold my rads to buy a new mobo.. thats why this project will not be watercooled
Money is expensive
I'll play more on air cooling after i found some cheap mobo nearby. An itx perhaps
an other small update
a newbie buy enermax TB 40 and put it on a small case, and end up he cant close the case door. So he cut off some of enermax top fins and copper tube. But the result is ugly as hell.
I cant resist to buy it when he sell it for only 5$ w/o fans. Well, i still have may beloved yateloon fans so I fix that hsf and here it is.
Enermax TB40 Carbon edition
I dont know its performance yet, since i dont have one mobo to test it. But i put my faith on yateloon, i believe it wont perform bad.
double post.. sorry
Love the work mate
It might not work because he's probably cut the top off the heat pipes, and busted the thermal wick effect-stuff-thingy..
But otherwise, awesome work... real improvement over the original case.
It will perform horribly.
Otherwise very impressive and inspiring log!
I close the heat pipe top with tin solder and galvanic plate.
today i'll buy a biostar itx mobo, and we'll find out its performance
small updates.. again.. sorry
brighter photo, a bit dirty
The VGA CARD: Super Ultra Great Delicious Wonderful Over Watch HD 6570
case panel closed
Front panel with USB3, Jet fighter military switch, knob fan controller
This is really nice!
you appear to have mad a raystorm backplate before xspc did lol good work!
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