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post #10411 of 33574
i want one that can do 2 graphic cards also biggrin.gif but this guys is nice
http://www.overclock.net/t/822433/littledevils-pc-case-with-integrated-phase-change-and-watercooling-place
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post #10412 of 33574
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Phase change...single stage unit probably. It's an AC unit, or something like that, modded to cool a small plate that goes over your cpu, instead of a big radiator.

And, Hokies, spot on. No serious wc guy would use dyes...Those are only for showing off.

Exactly more crap = poopy results..... seriously. Just get distilled water its cheap and the best
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Originally Posted by I_shot View Post

Bad news guys helpinghand.gif

my first delidded chip is half dead. hd 4000 internal gpu wont work anymore. windows welcome screen is black or sometimes just lines and colorful dots... i disabled hd 4000 in device manager so cpu works but no games or videos.i made a mistake. i lapped inner ihs for better contact with die but it seems liquid metal strached cpu die. there's no visual damage but something went wrong that's for sure. maybe massive pressure occured on die i don't know. the only thing i know is i have a half dead cpu. i was gonna sell it tomorrow.. darn....

You might have shorted it a small bit... which I find hard to do... but about die if you know the die it has a glass cover protecting the silicon under it from getting damaged from the IHS. What you might have is a fatal error in the CPU itself or maybe a smaller mobo short (which can occur if you don't ground yourself every few minutes) don't you have a gpu? If not... get one then you'll be fine.
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I was thinking he would have a 20 minute slideshow of various graphs showing how all of our systems are **** and his is the nuts.

Lol he wont unless we say something stupid... which will happen so yeah...
post #10413 of 33574
+1, an HVAC tech can easily mod an AC unit into a single stage cooler, good for some 5ghz+ benching on a 3770k and higher on older hardware.
If you can build a cascade that would be uber awesome though biggrin.gif
post #10414 of 33574
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

He probably can, there are places like this sell the various hardware like evaporators (the heatsink) http://under-the-ice.com/index.php?cPath=25

I haven't really looked into building myself, there are helpful guys in the phase change section for advice & building questions though http://www.overclock.net/f/133/phase-change

Okay because he owes me a favor. Maybe I can just hook up a 36x36x32 air condenser and a massive air handler in the attic and hook it straight up to my CPU. LOL, that should beat ole' hokie bird for sure.
post #10415 of 33574
Yeah, I'd copy the old school insulated case/fridge Vapochill and mod an AC unit to fit inside it, like that Little Devil case.
Perhaps you could do a cascade to cool gpus also, that would be insane tongue.gif
post #10416 of 33574
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Yeah, I'd copy the old school insulated case/fridge Vapochill and mod an AC unit to fit inside it, like that Little Devil case.
Perhaps you could do a cascade to cool gpus also, that would be insane tongue.gif

You can you'd just have to custom do the heat exchangers and the tubing to match both....but you'd never move them again basically.... oooor you could make a custom sli sort of setup with the bridge set in and then make the heat exchangers already on them in the exact distance to put them right into the lanes and use some quick disconnector technology. Like push/twist locking
post #10417 of 33574
I was thinking more along the lines of a regular evap, easily detachable...but the thing would be calibrated for a certain load, so it might be tricky to run it with different gpus.
post #10418 of 33574
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I was thinking more along the lines of a regular evap, easily detachable...but the thing would be calibrated for a certain load, so it might be tricky to run it with different gpus.

I like complicated thinks though....
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

yea, i wrote them with that question, can always try right, got a mail back yesterday,


Dear Mr. VonDutch,

in answer to your question if Microcenter likes to be a sponsor of the Delidded Ivy Bridge Club,
and provide members with free 3770K's



please do not respond to this email, we surely won't contact you again ..ever!

Sincerely yours,

Microcenter Support


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Nice one! biggrin.gif
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post #10420 of 33574
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

For being Dumb wink.gif

I dare u to post that in a WC thread...
http://www.overclock.net/t/584302/ocn-water-cooling-club-and-picture-gallery/0_20
Now say that stuff performs better then water in there so i can watch the replys LOL.

We are smarter then that wink.gif

Many have tested and we all know the more pure the water = better cooling the more crap u put in it = less cooling...

Okay I missread the results but it performs almost as well as water... The nice attribute to Ice Dragon is that it allows for you to run lower pump speeds while performing better than other liquids at higher speeds.
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