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Old 29-08-09   #16
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Awesome....beginners guide....
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Re: Watercooling 101

@stoney - how about giving some ball park pricing also! that would make it a lot more easier too!
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Gimme a few days?

I should be able to knock something together.
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Re: Watercooling 101

Nice guide dude! I'll be re-doing my loop one of the coming weekends. Will try to take some pics if you want.
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That would be most heplful!
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Re: Watercooling 101

Anyone else got pics?

I'm dumping the few of mine that I could find

Watercool HeatKiller 3.0 block for Socket 775


HeatKiller 3.0 block with a 45 adapter from Bitspower and 3/8" ID & 5/8" OD compression fittings (also Bitspower).


Swiftech MCR220QP 2x120mm radiator with aforementioned compression fittings.


Swiftech MCP355 (aka Laing DDC 3.2) pump with XSPC top and a Y-fitting


EK Multioption Res 150 Rev.2 (150ml reservoir)


DangerDen fillport. I'm using this as a drain port for my loop.


All the stuff together.


And fitted (drained) in the case.




Also, if anyone has queries, post them up and we'll try to answer them.

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Now, this NANGA pic gets me drooling for sure. nice effort BRO ! it is your enthusiasm which makes me love what you do !
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And fitted (drained) in the case.



Also, if anyone has queries, post them up and we'll try to answer them.
What apologetic atittude! I have seen your RIG and its superb.. I love it more with the dust and natural surroundings more so as it reminds me of my dust filled RIG.
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Are you using thin-walled tubing? Why the anti-kink coils?
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Re: Watercooling 101

Here are Ad1tya's pictures. One of the more important things covered here is leak testing (finally someone got pics!)

A box to keep the rad + pump outside the case.




Leak testing




A T-line helps with removing bubbles (air) from the loop.




UV-reactive anti-kink coils. They basically prevent the tubes from kinking under tight bends.




DTek Fuzion CPU waterblock. Not sure if it's a v1 or v2




Watercooling will not eliminate dust. It can, however, take it outside your chassis


Jumpstarting a spare PSU to power the pump. Remember, always leak test without powering up the rest of your hardware.


More leak testing.






The innards or a Laing D5 (Swiftech MCP655) pump


Core-only CPU waterblock with numerous VRAM and VRM heatsinks. This is a Swiftech kit based around the MCW60 waterblock.


The beginning of lapping a processor.


This is what you end up with.


EK full-cover waterblock for the ATI 3870X2






The whole album (109 pictures) is here.

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Now this amazing work, the cpu after lapping is so cool to look at, superb. just amazing.
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Re: Watercooling 101

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Are you using thin-walled tubing? Why the anti-kink coils?
Those are Yellow Copper Wires Just for teh Bling. But it did help me with the Outflow Pipe from the Block. And yes, Yup Thin walled tubing. Blacks only come in thin walled. Atleast the R3400 Tygons
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Those are Yellow Copper Wires Just for teh Bling. But it did help me with the Outflow Pipe from the Block. And yes, Yup Thin walled tubing. Blacks only come in thin walled. Atleast the R3400 Tygons
Nope. You get R3400 in a whole range of wall thicknesses.

Tygon R3400 3/8in. ID 5/8in. OD Laboratory Tubing # AAE00029 -> 3/8" ID and 5/8" OD R3400
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