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Cooling Sprocket

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by clocker, 16 Mar 2006.

  1. clocker

    clocker Shovel Ready

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    Essentially complete, still toying with some details.
    Stacker STC-101...
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    System specs:
    -AMD Opteron 148 (300x10 @1.475v)> Swiftech Storm w/ DD HiFlo barbs
    -DFI LP SLI-DR> DD Maze4 chipset block
    -Leadtek 7800GT (@520/1.2)> DD Maze4 GPU...Stasis Thermal Neptune on the way...
    -2 x 1GB Patriot PC3500
    -2 x 74GB WD Raptor (RAID0)
    -120GB Seagate SATA
    -NEC DVD-RW
    -Creative X-Fi
    -Seasonic S12 600w PSU
    -Thermochill PA 120.3
    -Swiftech MCP655 (#4 setting)
    -Swiftech mini-rez
    -5 x 140mm AeroCool Turbine fans (3 on rad, 2 in front panel) 1 x 120mm Turbine (backplane exhaust)
     
  2. chemo

    chemo True Jungle Brother

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    whoa, those fans are the sexiest ive ever seen.
    good work! :rock:
     
  3. ajampaniki

    ajampaniki New Member

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    Very nice setup you got there. Love the fans and the watercolor. Always prefer the transparant dye's over the , uhm, not transparant. I would make a nice cover for the back tho where the radiator sits. Just a big hole now.
     
  4. clocker

    clocker Shovel Ready

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    Thank you.
    I admit that I bought the fans simply for the look...they do not move a lot of air.
    That said, paired with the PA rad (which works well with low flow fans), performance is quite acceptable and the rig is essentially silent.
     
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