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post #31 of 47
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Originally Posted by usrebmot View Post
whats that supposed to mean lol
i had planed on taking a tiny socket 478 board and watercooling it.
i might still do it
Edited by hemmi3646 - 6/13/11 at 11:50am
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post #32 of 47
following this build on evga as well.

I still dont see how you are going to make this all work. But it will be amazing if you can!

I had fun with my watercooled sg05

but finally gave it up to go back to aircooling because of my string of bad luck with pumps. Tried a few mcp350s and even a danger den cpx-1
    
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post #33 of 47
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Originally Posted by cj3waker View Post
following this build on evga as well.

I still dont see how you are going to make this all work. But it will be amazing if you can!

I had fun with my watercooled sg05

but finally gave it up to go back to aircooling because of my string of bad luck with pumps. Tried a few mcp350s and even a danger den cpx-1
the 120 rad isnt overloaded from a GPU?
what were the temps like?
i might do liquid for GPU but 120 seems a bit to little
post #34 of 47
nah man temps were great. I never really posted much on the build since in my mind I never completed it in my mind (back to the pump issues)
heres my original worklog though http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=793548&mpage=1

idle temps were low 20s. Best stress test I could do was prime95 and throttled (around 60% usage) furmark. CPU would go mid to high 40s and gpu would just barely break 40C. and all with some 800rpm scythe GTs! thick rad > thick fans imo
But with your fans and cooler components, you should have no problem cooling both the cpu and gpu. I would just consider a thick rad, mine was low airflow oriented, but with those GTs you have something like the RX 120 might be a better bet
    
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post #35 of 47
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ahh cool,
i think the stealth might be up for the challenge we shall see
if I dont OC might work fine most days.
time for another update
post #36 of 47
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The metal sheet for making the hard drive cage

generally cut out



fine cutting



bent into shape to test for size

size testing

checking form

hole placemnt

rubber washers...not used in the end

finding distance

marking size of cage

mounting hole drilling





screwed in



prior to bolting onto PSU

position



screws in place

sawed down

placemnt test





Final form



* This Worklog post was generated using WorklogCreator - Version: 1.0.1.7
post #37 of 47
why didn't you buy a sheet of aluminum ?Either way I like it
post #38 of 47
subbed. good luck, i love me some SFF action
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post #39 of 47
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why didn't you buy a sheet of aluminum ?Either way I like it
Im almost broke and I wnted to 'mod' not create something new
also, have you seen the prices of aluminum?
I did have a nice sheet that I used but i measured it wrong so I had to redo it
post #40 of 47
cant wait for the finish build
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