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post #511 of 3824
wow this thing is amazing.
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Thanks - yeah I thought about that at first, but then I thought I should try to make something balanced on each side. The wood is bowed a good amount to have a good grip on the tap so it should grip just fine, only an issue of whether it snaps before the plastic gets cut. We'll see, it's pretty strong hardwood so it should be fine. I really don't want to screw up the res top, otherwise I may have to buy a whole new res.

You should be fine, it's pretty think plastic (relative to the tap) so it should thread pretty easily. Just remember to back the tap up a turn or two every few turns to clear the threads, that'll make it easier to turn. 3 steps forward, 1-2 back; it's slower but it'll be easier on the handle and more importantly it'll put less stress into the plastic. Can't wait to see how this turns out thumb.gif
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Air or water?
H100, so technically both biggrin.gife: sorry, wasnt h100. Air cooled, pretty good HS.
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I'm only going i7 not even bothering with i5 or lower.
Doesn't really matter, i5 and i7 are the same chip but i7 has hyperthreading, which adds like 3c to temps... rolleyes.gif At least on sandy that is.

On a side note, how's the build doing stren? Heard anything 'bout the tubing?
Edited by Blizlake - 4/13/12 at 11:04am
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You should be fine, it's pretty think plastic (relative to the tap) so it should thread pretty easily. Just remember to back the tap up a turn or two every few turns to clear the threads, that'll make it easier to turn. 3 steps forward, 1-2 back; it's slower but it'll be easier on the handle and more importantly it'll put less stress into the plastic. Can't wait to see how this turns out thumb.gif

Thanks dude - I'll try this, still waiting to borrow my friends drill
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H100, so technically both biggrin.gif
Doesn't really matter, i5 and i7 are the same chip but i7 has hyperthreading, which adds like 3c to temps... rolleyes.gif At least on sandy that is.
On a side note, how's the build doing stren? Heard anything 'bout the tubing?

Sadly primochill have not got back to me
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wow this thing is amazing.

thanks dude thumb.gif
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I'm planning a whole new build alltogether, X79 or Z77, but I don't like what i'm hearing about Z77 and its temps with over clocking mad.gif

What did you hear? I thought IB was amazing for OC & temps? Unless the PLX PCI-E 3 lane splitters are terrible I think Z77 might be the way to go (unless you need the cores of course)
     
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I'm planning a whole new build alltogether, X79 or Z77, but I don't like what i'm hearing about Z77 and its temps with over clocking mad.gif
What did you hear? I thought IB was amazing for OC & temps? Unless the PLX PCI-E 3 lane splitters are terrible I think Z77 might be the way to go (unless you need the cores of course)
We were, or at least I was, talking about this:
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4663/asrock_z77_extreme6_intel_z77_with_ivy_bridge_motherboard_review/index4.html
edit: the news thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1242711/tweak-town-ivy-bridge-3770k-asrock-z77-review
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Holy moly, why is it so hot? It was only at 4.7GHz. Did they change how they attached IHS? 22nm should be way cooler, so is there a bug causing unusual power use. It could be the smaller die but still, seems weird in terms of the physics.
Edited by stren - 4/13/12 at 11:07am
     
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post #517 of 3824
Well as I said before, there's a dutch guy who has the 3570k (yeah, not the same as 3770k but comparable) and he said that the volts on the review were kinda high and he's running his @4.8ghz and has prime95 temps around 60-70 on a H100. oops sorry, it wasnt H100. Some pretty big heatsink, megahalems maybe? damn sorry.
But honestly, I'm wondering the same thing. It's supposed to be more energy efficient which should mean lower temps. But then again, it's build pretty differently than SB so who knows how it'll do temp wise.
ATM I'm just thinking about Faildozer and Fiery Bridge (dunno who said that in the thread). lachen.gif
Edited by Blizlake - 4/13/12 at 11:03am
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So a quick update:

Primochill are saying that it's not their tube, and performance pc's are saying it has to be primochills because it's the only bulk tube in red of that size they carry.

So while I'm waiting for someone to take responsibility I'm stuck without enough tube for my loop frown.gif

On the plus side my yates came in.

This puts the total number of fans for this build up to:

9 + 9 + 14 + 12 = 44!

I need to finish my video review of the case so I can get on with building, so I guess this gives me a bit more time...
     
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post #519 of 3824
Bummer about the tube, hopefully the game of he says-she says will be over soon.

Stellar build and a blast to follow, take your time stren.
     
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Hey Stren!
Nice build .... is this where your GT 2150's are going?

Anyway, I like your build very much especially how you route your loop.

(Note to self: gotta buy more fittings)

I was thinking about painting my mobo and cards much like you did.
You used liquid plastic ...... have you tried running any of that stuff to see if there are any heat issues with the extra coating?
I was thinking of just using some spray paint, as thin a coat as possible ..... what'd you think?

edit: spullin'
Edited by PepeLapiu - 4/16/12 at 9:29pm
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