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Very nice looking case drool.gif pitty i dont have the space for it
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...thanks thumb.gif ...that's exactly the process I am following right now...trying not to reinvent the wheel by asking others who may already have been there smile.gif By the time I build my first-ever custom water loop (which is also when I will de-lid / unlid), I really want to have focused down on a practical if perhaps unusual solution...I have seen some unusual solutions work before with others...however, I realize that when it gets to heat exchange(r)s, there is no free lunch / 'perpetuum mobile'.

I am just wondering what is around my immediate electro-mechanical environment that cools stuff for a living I could piggy-back a bit on...may be drill into the wall of the high-rise and wrap around the cold-water pipes that always flow a lot in a 35 story-building biggrin.gif (ahh, may be not).

But seriously, the Thermaltake 2 extreme has been quite effective...looking at my temps during stress testing in a related post above...I'm more interested in a system-wide solution that also cools the SLI GPUs. Once I got this system the way I want it, there will be another build late this year with two 8-core Xeons which by then may be 22 nm...by that time and on those e units, I want to be done with experimenting.

One final quick question re heat: Re some of the other systems that are also running here but don't get as much of a work-out, is it better to boot down completely (i.e. for a day), or put it in ''sleep mode', or leave the system idling (SpeedStep enabled)...what do you guys do with your secondary systems?...I'm wondering about durability re repeated cold-to-hot cycles. Thanks smile.gif

Water cooling is your best bet albeit expensive...Do you have a portable ac unit or a window ac you can mod? You can duct cold ac air into your intake fans and keep your whole case cooler, but you gotta watch for condensation. If you have a disposable AC unit once you got your wc loop going you could do a water chiller. It involves distilled water with antifreeze to achieve a liquid coolant at -10c or something like that under load.
Works really good but you will need to isolate your components cause of possible condensation near water blocks. Vaseline and artist's eraser works wonders for this. (eraser is better, vaseline more messy...both work)

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?260667-sub-45-Homemade-chiller&highlight=water+chiller

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?30787-Water_Chiller-gallery&highlight=water+chiller
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that case is something else ! thumb.gif

...it could perhaps even house this laugher.gifhttp://devgurus.amd.com/thread/159833 though you probably only need two not four 7990s
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Will an intel xenon 1.7 work as a practice? I'm thinking about delidding it first before I try on my new ivy.
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Will an intel xenon 1.7 work as a practice? I'm thinking about delidding it first before I try on my new ivy.

yea , practice is good before the real attempt, wish i knew that back then,
we have a list of pentiums etc on page 1, which are soldered or not.

i dont know if your xeon is soldered, but i dont think it matters for the practicing,
it about getting the feel how to delid, how much pressure, how to cut in a corner..
if you have no use the xeon later on ..yea, use it ..
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Will an intel xenon 1.7 work as a practice? I'm thinking about delidding it first before I try on my new ivy.

That was my most hardcore research session ever

Yes you can use that for practice, it uses Shin-etsu thermal grease

Proof:

http://download.intel.com/design/Xeon/applnots/24967301.pdf
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Cool, Shin Etsu? redface.gif

This...Mind = blown
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Cool, Shin Etsu? redface.gif

This...Mind = blown

thank you......... omg............ I mean... really..... its just so awesome.... wheee.gif
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Delidded two 1.8Ghz Pentium 4 Processors in about 5 minutes. Used the rock n roll method (rock forward, then roll back tongue.gif)



I think I'm ready.
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Delidded two 1.8Ghz Pentium 4 Processors in about 5 minutes. Used the rock n roll method (rock forward, then roll back tongue.gif)



I think I'm ready.

Looks good and clean man.
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