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Case Mod - In Progress Project | Black-SpitFire - Updated 20th Nov

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by keir, 16 Jan 2006.

  1. Guest-23315

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    Glad to see you used my rad placing advice!

    How quiet are those fans?
     
  2. keir

    keir S p i t F i r e

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    :D

    Very very quiet.

    I'm going to attempt to drain the loop, and cut and stoof.
    wish me luck :brrr:
     
  3. ledbythereaper

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    I was going to say that a 120.1 isn't going to effective at cooling that loop but now I've seen you've added the 120.3, reminds me of something I read in Custom PC when a guy had a huge rad mounted to the wall outside his house.
     
  4. keir

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    Right tubing sorted no leaks :)

    Temps are well better, after 2 hours of TF2 I've got :
    [​IMG]

    And this is with the window closed.
    Need to do something about that system temp..

    Will post images later.
     
  5. keir

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    quick update on the temps.
    This is during 2 hours of TF2 but with the window open for a bit.

    [​IMG]

    Sortly after that screen shot I got CPU @ 32 nd GPU @ 37
     
  6. tolis86

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    system temperature refers to northbridge? man....its hght if itw acurate....
     
  7. keir

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    Yeah it's heat pipe cooled, chipset temps are always high IIRC
     
  8. doubble_d

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    nice work man i love this case...... keep up the good work //doubble_d and mystery box 2.0
     
  9. tolis86

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    you realy must add a 12cm fan at the back of the case.imho...
    73 degrees are very high... especialy in winter....imagine what temps youll have in summer...
     
  10. Angleus

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    Hey keir I have this case too (love lian li) and am planning to water cool it in the near future so I'm keeping a close eye on this one, looking good so far :thumb:
     
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