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Trying out New Waterblock Design

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JML

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Dec 30, 2000
Location
New Jersey
I've recently finished building my own waterblock not to long ago. Its not bad, but I think I could make a better one. I've been thinking of of using an Alpha Pal6035 or a smaller copper heatsink that I saw on 2cooltek as the base of the waterblock . Tell me what you think =D
 

Mr_Goat

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Jan 15, 2001
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Poland
You have a diagram of the design with measurments? If so post it...I'm an ME student and I can help make it better
 
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JML

JML

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New Jersey
I was considering this- An Alpha Pal6035 with the fins enclosed. I have some copper and aluminum in my garage (left over from the previous waterblock), and I'll prob use the aluminum to construct the enclosure (its easier to work with than the copper). Basicly- a watercooled Alpha Pal6035.
 

Asmodeus

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Dec 19, 2000
hehehe... i'm a real ME so i am wondering what you could do that i could way better... ;)

anyway, what are you going to, and what are the specialities that you are taking if any...? or is it just general ME that you are striving for...? i'm always on the lookout for good ME's... and believe me there are many bad ones out there...

Mr_Goat (Jan 16, 2001 02:12 a.m.):
You have a diagram of the design with measurments? If so post it...I'm an ME student and I can help make it better