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Just did a write up on my watercooling setup,

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OpenFriday

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Thats sweet Nutdun, thats coming from someone though who knows little about watercooling. Damn 2.0V and only about 35C nice, 1 question though, i couldnt really tell from pics is that a full or midtower? if its a midtower it must be a pretty large one from asfar as i could see. Perhaps for my "ultimate pc" i'll attempt watercooling, but for now i'll just stick with air cooling and look at your rig with envy. Nice job as far as i can tell.

-OpenFriday
 

stool

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Very nice in-case setup. I am using the same pump myself, but as a submersible instead of inline.
 
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NUTNDUN

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OpenFriday (Mar 11, 2001 10:15 p.m.):
Thats sweet Nutdun, thats coming from someone though who knows little about watercooling. Damn 2.0V and only about 35C nice, 1 question though, i couldnt really tell from pics is that a full or midtower? if its a midtower it must be a pretty large one from asfar as i could see. Perhaps for my "ultimate pc" i'll attempt watercooling, but for now i'll just stick with air cooling and look at your rig with envy. Nice job as far as i can tell.

-OpenFriday

Thats one of the reasons I need to do an update, I didn't get into real detail on everything since I was trying to get the links and everything to work, but yes it is a Inwin Q500 full tower. It is pretty funny, I had 85 hits to my site since 9pm last night and I only had two replies. Thanks for your replies, I value both of your guys input. Thanks again
 
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NUTNDUN

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I was iffy about it too at first, but even with a 250 gph pump there is not enough pressure in the line to be able to blow a hose or a fitting. Plus if ya use MBM and Shutdown Now there is now worry about frying the cpu if the pump stops.
 

SpeeDj

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watercooling setup,

Very sweet!, gonna be working on getting mine all set soon as well, building it piece by piece got the reservoir, pump, hose... Just need to get the water block and Radiator, had good luck with the Cube ? Just out of curiousity. Was actually thinking of picking one up myself. Keep up the good work!

J
 

rusty

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nice instalation mine seems like this
[img="[URL]http://www.aquastealth.com/images/customer1.jpg[/URL]"]
but the picture is not mine but i m using the same colling kit from becooling i just add apeltier 122W but i m not having the freezing temp:((i stack at 30C idle
 
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NUTNDUN

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watercooling setup,

SpeeDj (Mar 12, 2001 09:34 p.m.):
Very sweet!, gonna be working on getting mine all set soon as well, building it piece by piece got the reservoir, pump, hose... Just need to get the water block and Radiator, had good luck with the Cube ? Just out of curiousity. Was actually thinking of picking one up myself. Keep up the good work!

J

For the little bit more of a price then most radiators the cooling cube is about the best. Great quality and pretty darn small to fit in most cases, If I do the switch to phase change cooling I might not need it anymore. I might put it in the wife's system if I do the phase change. Dunno yet.
 
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marty

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I was wondering if the volatage mod only increases the voltage for the Vcore. Does in also change any other voltages used by other components?

Where did you find the info on doing the mod?
 
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William

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very nice system. I am building my own too and will have pics up soon too. I decided that if I was going to spend $50 bucks on a radiator, why not go overboard. I bought a car radiator. This has one super advantage and one disadvantage. Currently on the test system(will be using a 1ghz athlon soon) I don't need a fan at all and can run the system at just 2 degrees C above ambient. The disadvantage is it is really hard to move around where as your case is quite mobile. But for me, my computer never moves so the car radiator is great. When I get my athlon and super peltier, I will be increasing the system, and I will have pics. But this looks a model water cooled system and one I would be proud to own as my own. This looks a lot like my summer project will end up. I also liked the LEDs, nice touch!