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Project: WET WEEKEND

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by fatty, 19 May 2005.

  1. bootupbuddha

    bootupbuddha grunge modder

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    To my way of thinking: I would have a the chiller and the WC systems seperate. I would have the chiller connected to an insulated res to keep the water temps down, and then have the wc system run with the chilled water. I think this would require the chiller to run less.

    But then I could be wrong! :D
     
  2. Rufus-Seal

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  3. PHILIP1193

    PHILIP1193 a Self Confessed HP Server Lover!!

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    i own that chip now that did 4ghz in windows currently doing 3ghz @ 1.5-2-2-2, good chip me thinks

    Phil
     
  4. Tulatin

    Tulatin The Froggy Poster

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    and explain to us why it's at 3 not 4?
     
  5. mobius9

    mobius9 Minimodder

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    I was reading a project a while ago where the guy was dunking the cold side of an air conditioning unit in an insulated res and got very good water temps. He said it hovered around 2c but once or twice the water suddently froze into a solid block, so don't get too close to freezing.
     
  6. -Erik-

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    Man I love these kinds of projects, Subscribed!
     
  7. sc4mpi

    sc4mpi OG watercooler

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    when i had my leak and i got water on my chipset on my a8n sli when i booted it bk up it came up as 4076mhz. yet when it got into windows it registed as 2.2ghz i had to reset the cmos before it corrected itself i belive its to do with condenstion and that is not the real clock. sorry.
     
  8. ou7blaze

    ou7blaze sensational.

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    Looks interesting it's quite ironic seeing water condensation showing how COOL the pipes are (pun :p) when you have a gigantic beast below the heatsink..
     

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