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silverxlt01

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Its from CPUFX but i don't want to get it from there, and just want to know if theres anything else that can take the temp of the water like this? Thanks.

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grim

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yeah dtek sells a t-fitting with a temp probe stuck into it like that. it doesnt come with a display though. you have to connect the wire from the probe to a display like a compunurse.
 
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DorrellCO

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I set one up once by just buying the indoor/outdoor probe for $10 at Wall-Mart and a T from Home Depot for $1.50 and some silicone. Take the cover off the inline probe for the outdoor part (little black piece with sticky tape on it) stick it in the T to where the probe will barely touch the water as it flows and then fill the rest of the hole in the T with silicone. Let dry over night and you are good to go. I like the indoor/outdoor because you can get the water temp from the outdoor probe and the room temp from the indoor probe all in one unit.
 

TonyMc

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DorrellCO said:
I set one up once by just buying the indoor/outdoor probe for $10 at Wall-Mart and a T from Home Depot for $1.50 and some silicone. Take the cover off the inline probe for the outdoor part (little black piece with sticky tape on it) stick it in the T to where the probe will barely touch the water as it flows and then fill the rest of the hole in the T with silicone. Let dry over night and you are good to go. I like the indoor/outdoor because you can get the water temp from the outdoor probe and the room temp from the indoor probe all in one unit.

Thats what I did. I bought mine from Fred Meyer in the garden dept. That type of setup works great.
 

Daemonfly

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The digital therm that Radio Shack sells might work as well.

I know Home Depot sells various sizes of the poly Ts
 

TonyMc

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Can O' Beans said:
The digital therm that Radio Shack sells might work as well.

I know Home Depot sells various sizes of the poly Ts

Yes something like this:

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I bought the indoor/ outdoor thermostat at Fred Meyer and the T at Home Depot. Just use marine goop and your good to go.
 

JFettig

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its already proofed, i did that with a copper T and just jbwelded the end shut with the probe in there.... i used a diff type of probe, but similar to the compunurse ones, but ultra acurate...
 

JFettig

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you want to put it before the cpu, that way you can tell what the inlet water temp is