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D.I.Y P4 Waterblock

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- W.C Pohna -

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I'm searching for the design plans for a Custom Pentium 4 waterblock. Rather than take a regular AMD design and put a mounting plate over the top I'm looking for one someone has made for the Pentium 4 mounting holes of casing.

Cheers
 
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- W.C Pohna -

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Hey ya crazy dutch. Of course Ive looked in the watercooling section, Ive spent quite a while googling and you just come and spam the thread with

"see the "watercooling" section"
 

fafnir

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swedish, not dutch

have you every wondered why no one is replying to your thread here?

maybe you should post this in the watercooling section, where everyone talks about watercooling and therefore watercooling blocks

such as this one:

tojja3.jpg


http://zfz.com/pictures/jpg/tojja3.jpg

cpublock1.jpg


http://zfz.com/pictures/jpg/cpublock1.jpg


or maybe thats a bit too simple,

so what about this:

splitter-x_024s.jpg


http://www.zfz.com/pictures/jpg/splitter-x/splitter-x_024s.jpg

splitter-x_001.jpg


http://www.zfz.com/pictures/jpg/splitter-x/splitter-x_001.jpg


http://www.ocforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=71


see the stickys


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- W.C Pohna -

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Thank you, I've actually asked tojja bouts his blocks but Liquid CC (His NZ waterblock manufacturing company) is currently in hiadis so I'm in real need a of a DIY jobbie

Thank
 

ZachM

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If you browse to the water cooling stickies section you'll find a waterblock gallery.;) Here is a link. You can look at their designs to get you started. You might also want to go to www.dangerden.com and look at their RBX and TDX blocks. The P4 version has extra material with the mounting holes extending from the sides of the top plate.
 

creepy

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Check out water cooling or alt. modding you would prolly get more replies there as well as find more pics in the water cooling.