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PROJECT : Industrial Casetec by R@TLeR (H²O)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by R@TLeR, 11 Sep 2004.

  1. KAMIKAZE-FREAK

    KAMIKAZE-FREAK New Member

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    check post #5

    btw doesnt your radiator pick up ALOT of dust in this way?
     
  2. R@TLeR

    R@TLeR New Member

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    No not @ all, the fans are blowing out of the case...
    The system is running for a month now and no dust this far.


    Piloux i'm from Londerzeel near brussels, and u ?
    Love u work btw m8 :thumb:
     
  3. R@TLeR

    R@TLeR New Member

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    *bump*
     
  4. ReFredzRate

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    Since the air is heated inside the case, and the fans on the rad are blowing from the inside to the outside, doesn't the water get a bit warm? What temps are you running at?
     
  5. R@TLeR

    R@TLeR New Member

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    Because there is an intake fan in the front of the case it's actualy like intake air that blows thru the rad.


    CPU: AMD 2400+ xp now @ 2500Mhz
    Temps Idle : | case : 25° | socket : 32° | core : 35° |
    Temps Stressed : | case : 27° | socket : 36° | core : 40° |

    VIDEO : Geforce fx 5900 xt ( Leadtec ) now @ Core 500Mhz & mem 800Mhz

    MEMORY : 2x OCZ Dual channel ( Premier series ) 512mb 3500 now @ 3.0V
     
  6. GigantoR

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    I would think you could get lower temps on a setup like that. I run a 120 in the front, an 80 on the side and 2 80's in the back, also 2 40's on an hdd cooler in the front, and a Coolermaster Jet 7 and I am running 16C case and 28C core idle right now.

    Of course it sounds like a vacuum at the moment since I haven't gotten a fan controller yet ;)
     
  7. Hephaistus

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    Very nice job, very clean and neat. The way i like it :rock:. What are your temps you get with this set-up???

    //offtopic:Londerzele, nederlandstalige dus..
     
  8. R@TLeR

    R@TLeR New Member

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    remind that the cpu is 500Mhz overclocked and rising :D

    Read 2 posts up m8 :thumb:
     
  9. DrPepper

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    Nice rig im getting horney ;) i want one to :waah:
     
  10. piloux

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    I come from Verviers near Liège, about 100 km from you I think :)
     
  11. tumz

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    Thats i nice rig. Kinda oldschool and simple. Sleek.

    Luvs the res and the etch. What other mods are you planning for this one. Looks forward to a little update with more goodies :D
     
  12. Samuel

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    Hi,

    I have a Casetek, too.
    But your mod, is not my ....

    Sorry, but the Cape`s at the Top :wallbash:

    Sorry,
     
  13. preatorian

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    quite sexy indeed ^^
     
  14. Rekarp

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    im diggin the radiator at the bottom.i would run the fans sucking air in and put filters on it.
     

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