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post #3401 of 28754 Old 05-18-2008, 12:42 PM
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My 939 goes under water.



CPU: Will vary, starting with Zalman ZM-WB4 GOLD
GFX: XSPC UV HD3870X2



NB: Thermaltake Aqua Brazing All Copper W2
This VGA cooler needed some modification prior to installing.


And instead of using the NB screw, using the Mobo's


SB: Watercool Heatkiller

The Heatkiller will also need some mods for compatibility,
This part will be made flatter to fit better under the 2nd HD3870X2





And the red marked area will be completely removed


plus I had to cut away a corner of the SATA port, to bend the Elko a bit for the huge Heatkiller.


To be continued...

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Best of luck on the conversion RAMDAC. I suggest you make a build log thread and link us over to it.

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nice. how that zalman and vga block do compare to DangerDen or Swiftech waterblocks?

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More fans!

Fan: Delta EFB1212SHE
Dimensions: 120mm x 38mm
Number of blades: Three
Maximum RPMS: 3700RPMs
Airflow: 141.96CFM
Noise: 52.5dBA
Static Pressure: 13.21mm in H2O
Bearing Type: (most likely) Ball bearing
Voltage: 12V
Current: .80A

Here's an image from Sidewinder Computers, where I got mine:


Here's a picture of mine:


A view from the inlet side:


txtmstrjoe's thoughts: This fan is indubitably one of my absolute favorites. It's powerful, and it works superbly on radiator (i.e., heatsink) duty. It is supremely effective on a heatsink like the Thermalright SI-128SE or the Ultra 120/Ultra 120 Extreme.

Notice the fan blades, and compare their orientation to most any other fan you have. They are designed to turn clockwise when looking at the inlet side; every other fan I know runs counter-clockwise when viewed from the inlet side. Pretty neat, huh? The other Delta Tri-Blade, the EFB1312VHE, has its three blades rotate in the conventional counter-clockwise way. BORING

This fan is not nearly as loud as its specs might suggest. I hear a whoosh as the air its pushing slams into the heatsink fins, but the motor itself is inaudible to me. And it's not an unpleasant sound signature, either. I don't mind running this fan at full RPMs, even at bedtime. I can say that about only one other fan in my collection.

Like the other fans I've shared so far, this one responds well to 7V undervolting. It is more effective at 7V RPMs than the 9-bladed FFB1212VHE. This suggests that the design is much more efficient, as it does better at cooling duties than a fan with three times as many blades.

It doesn't lose out to any other fans I have in terms of effectiveness on heatsink duty. I'll very likely come back to using this fan sometime.


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Welcome loggan26! I apologize for my lateness. Been working both jobs..

Great OC! 3.2Ghz woot! That would be great if it could do it on air and stay stable.....


I have decided on watercooling folks. I can reach 3.1Ghz on air but it's not Orthos or OCCT stable...but will run apps. That leads me to believe I am hitting an error with my RAM somewhere. I will order a custom CPU block from an OCN member but the rest will be from newegg I guessing.


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RAMDAC: LOVE the setup! And please do take Blitz's advice and link us to a worklog, if you make one.

By the way, I've been lusting over that motherboard forever! I wish I could find one somewhere!

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LOL


dang RAMDAC! can't wait to see it all together.

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You know Joe, there are bad jokes, and then there is that one. If it was any cheesier, you would be grating it up and putting it on top of spaghetti.

I am curious though, is Delta the only fan company you own?

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You know Joe, there are bad jokes, and then there is that one. If it was any cheesier, you would be grating it up and putting it on top of spaghetti.

I am curious though, is Delta the only fan company you own?
I don't eat jokes for lunch. Not even the cheesiest.

As far as whether or not I only use Delta fans, negative on that one too. Those just happened to be the fans I shared first.


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Ok guys {and Ladies} just bought 2 motherboards .. 1-A8N32 sli {NEW} and 1-DFI Lan party UT ultra D w/THERMALRIGHT HR-05-SLI passive northbride heatsink ... opinions which one i should test out first with my opteron 170 ccbbe 0615 .... going to be "Dealtime" with my extra 939 components when im finished ..
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