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    Finshed water cooling project.

    here it is folks all finish minus the lights and perspecs side panel coming soon. A bit ugly at the moment i know lol

    Cost (prices in aus dollars) X0.56 for us dollars

    case with 450 watt codegen psu =97
    Water block homade abt 4 hours work =10
    Tubing 3 metre 12mm =8
    3 12mm elbows =1.80
    20 clamps some for spares =10
    res box =2.50
    4 fans =40
    kh heater core =15
    cable spliters adaptors x2 =4
    total =188.30 aus
    i think thats it.
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    case front oh yah thats my folding temps on the hardcano 2
    stays with in there if abient doesnt vary too much
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    wow thats pretty ccool, and does that rez have a top?, i had 4 fans on my core like that for a while, but now i got my 120s and my temps are down a LOT

    is that antifreeze?
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    where did you get that green "sh*t" from ?


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    Bottom. still need heat spreaders on the second ram and a decent chipset cooler too

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    my friend the drill with a side cutter drill bit does every thing and this is all i used to mod the case. its my best friend lol.
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    second best friend.

    crap i lost the dremel bit somewhere.. this is a dremel wannabe. its crap!!! but it helps tidy up burrs.

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    damn i forgot the pic
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    here is my pride and joy mounted in.
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    insides
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    Originally posted by Oblic
    where did you get that green "sh*t" from ?


    /Oblic
    from my car lol yup its antifreeze and b4 u say stuff let me explain.

    I had to use it cos thats all i had in terms of corrosion protection. and i was storing bottles of this stuff in the freeze to see how high i can over clock. i got to 1890 with cpu temps at 11 degs.

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    Originally posted by maskedgeek
    wow thats pretty ccool, and does that rez have a top?, i had 4 fans on my core like that for a while, but now i got my 120s and my temps are down a LOT

    is that antifreeze?
    Yah i bought a 120mm 108 cfm sunon but its too damn luad so i switched back to the 4 80mm it does the same though.
    i used the 120 on a reall getto cooling job on a overclock duron 850@1150 vcore 2.00 lol temps at 33 folding
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    are the fans on your radiator blowing anywhere? you may be able to decrease the temps by putting a fan on the other side to reduce air pressure.

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    Originally posted by the overclocker
    are the fans on your radiator blowing anywhere? you may be able to decrease the temps by putting a fan on the other side to reduce air pressure.
    yah its a pretty tight fit i got to get more fans to increase flow but its just blowing in to the case at the moment and extracted up the top by a 5 1/4 drive bay

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    you gots antifreeze in there, that reduces water efficiency a LOT and you got a lot in there it looks like, when i used antifreeze i only put enuf in to tint the water green. not color it... thats practally strait antifreeze?
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    Looks like a lot of antifreeze to me 2. I love the duct tape. (my computer just wouldn't be right without it)
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    antifreeze may not work as well, but it sure looks cool. Has anyone tried food coloring or something else to get cool looking water?

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    looks nice

    the only thing I would change is that anti-freeze, unless you are mixing copper and aluminum together you only need like 5% of the system to be anti-freeze. Water transfers heat much better thin anti-freeze so you will decrease your temps if you dilute the anti-freeze with water.

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    some people use dielite, some use food coloring, iv tried one of them liquidy pens... the pen stained the hoses really good.... i think food coloring mite stain it, but it mite not, give it a try.... im gonna use a highlighter for my next one instead of dielite...
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