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I am currently planing something along those lines but not that plain. I wanna see whats the best bang for buck if you have a Bridgeport to mill that stuff. I am currently drawing up the 7900 in cad. The only thing is that I am wanting to make the most turbulent gpu block/cpu block to date without having to braze anything except the fittings.
    
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Nice, you have a mill? CNC?
I just got a mini mill. No CNC.
So, I'm still getting the hang of it. Still got some tooling up to get inline also.
Hopefully be able to show everyone some projects soon.
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Is it me or does the lapping looks pretty bad on the block?
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post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by TeLu1
I am currently planing something along those lines but not that plain. I wanna see whats the best bang for buck if you have a Bridgeport to mill that stuff. I am currently drawing up the 7900 in cad. The only thing is that I am wanting to make the most turbulent gpu block/cpu block to date without having to braze anything except the fittings.
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Originally Posted by Mastacator
I just got a mini mill. No CNC.
So, I'm still getting the hang of it. Still got some tooling up to get inline also.
Hopefully be able to show everyone some projects soon.
Sounds good. I used a CNC Bridgeport to make these prototype pieces for Burn and it was super easy. Felt like overkill using that big mill to do those small pieces, but it is extremely precise.
post #15 of 20
I was pointing out that block, if that's what you want to call it, to show the extreme design and machining skills of the person who made it. You can't argue with the folding theme either.
post #16 of 20
Back on topic.

Yes, I am planning on, once I get a pair of calipers, to make blocks for the X800 series, I don't have any other cards- Does someone want to send me a dead 7XXX series card?
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post #17 of 20
Let's keep this sophisticated. And if he does have spinners, he probably made them.
post #18 of 20
Art is an expression of one's self, and you can't criticize someone for expressing themselves. Making that is art indeed, and that is the way he wanted it to turn out.
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post #19 of 20
Quote:
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Let's keep this sophisticated. And if he does have spinners, he probably made them.

A spinner ON a waterblock!!! I'm a Soooper genius!
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post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by RyGuy
Sounds good. I used a CNC Bridgeport to make these prototype pieces for Burn and it was super easy. Felt like overkill using that big mill to do those small pieces, but it is extremely precise.
I wish I had a CNC Bridgeport I can get the metal almost free my brother inlaw that
works at a big metal supplier in chicago, I have had him get me blocks of aluminium and stainless steel before for projects.

The guy in the UK that made the GPU block sells them for (roughly $200US).OUCH
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