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My Watercooling System is DABOMB!!

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Tacoman667

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Check this out. I got a closed line water cooling system. A pump, radiator, and copper block from dangerden. I have a 120mm 138cfm YS-Tech fan on the radiator. I got my air conditioner in the house working now<all it needed was a damn freon charge> and now my system runs at about 27C and about 30-31C at full load. my ambient is room temp right? If so, then my ambient temps are about 70-72F. I LOVE this water block. GO DANGERDEN!!
 
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Tacoman667 (May 18, 2001 10:13 p.m.):
Check this out. I got a closed line water cooling system. A pump, radiator, and copper block from dangerden. I have a 120mm 138cfm YS-Tech fan on the radiator. I got my air conditioner in the house working now<all it needed was a damn freon charge> and now my system runs at about 27C and about 30-31C at full load. my ambient is room temp right? If so, then my ambient temps are about 70-72F. I LOVE this water block. GO DANGERDEN!!

very impressive results, got any pictures???
 
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Tacoman667

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dunno260 (May 18, 2001 10:17 p.m.):
Tacoman667 (May 18, 2001 10:13 p.m.):
Check this out. I got a closed line water cooling system. A pump, radiator, and copper block from dangerden. I have a 120mm 138cfm YS-Tech fan on the radiator. I got my air conditioner in the house working now<all it needed was a damn freon charge> and now my system runs at about 27C and about 30-31C at full load. my ambient is room temp right? If so, then my ambient temps are about 70-72F. I LOVE this water block. GO DANGERDEN!!

very impressive results, got any pictures???

I wish I could get pics for everyone, but My Digital Camera is on the fritz. Hehe, I spend all my money on upgrading my system and now much else. When I can get some I will post them up. I promise.
 
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Tacoman667

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Maestro (May 19, 2001 12:40 a.m.):
Water cooling is something I am going to have to try out seriously and words of encouragement such as this make think to lay out the cash :)

Maestro

No looping of the tubing. I do have the pump outside the case on the right sitting on the desk. That keeps the added heat of the pump out of my case. I cut a hole in the back of my case with the nibbling tool from Radio Shack so that I can feed the tubes to the pump. With my low ambient and the 120mm YS-Tech 138cfm fan sucking out of the radiator, I can stay at these low temps. I keep the house at about 70-72F all the time. The Eheim 1250 315gph pump I am using pumps the water REALLY well so that doesn't add to the heat collection either. I am using the DD cube. All in all I actually lowered my system temps to about 23C from 30C at vcore 1.85. That's JUST from cooling off the CPU with this water cooling rig. I am, however, thinking of putting on a blorb for the chipset anyways just to get out any more heat I can. Right now it's still on the stock HSF from ABIT.