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Hey man.
It might work your way,tell us.
Impress us-take good pics & have screenshots of before & after.
This is OCN-Your idea and your motivation seem sincere.
Check out http://www.overclock.net/t/584302/ocn-water-cooling-club-and-picture-gallery for inspiration.
You can go buckwild & possibly ruin everything if you want,but I would slide into WC gently.
H100-great.Cool,quiet & you can surf the web without hindrance to check out other's case mods,cooling mods,etc.
Making a CPU block in your shop?
Some have tried(esp in the Eastern Bloc)to immense effort,only to realise they could have started w/off the shelf stuff that would outperform.
CAD capacity,CNC acess & sometimes water jet/lasers are used in production mfg these days as a minimum.
Prettty steep slope.
I could see that if you hooked up hose/pump to a cold creek & ran full bore through that piece of Aluminium you have
(assuming you could mount it correctly) it would probably cool your CPU.
However a clog,an air bubble big enough could allow overheating/dmg.
Not to mention condensation issues...
Best of luck!

Galvanic corrosion would start immediately and continue until either clogging or leaking(most likley at joints)occurs.
Can be relatively quick-or slowly subtle,depending on coolant used.
Edited by Dhalgren65 - 12/16/12 at 11:05am
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Originally Posted by Dhalgren65 View Post

Hey man.
It might work your way,tell us.
Impress us-take good pics & have screenshots of before & after.
This is OCN-Your idea and your motivation seem sincere.
Check out http://www.overclock.net/t/584302/ocn-water-cooling-club-and-picture-gallery for inspiration.
You can go buckwild & possibly ruin everything if you want,but I would slide into WC gently.
H100-great.Cool,quiet & you can surf the web without hindrance to check out other's case mods,cooling mods,etc.
Making a CPU block in your shop?
Some have tried(esp in the Eastern Bloc)to immense effort,only to realise they could have started w/off the shelf stuff that would outperform.
CAD capacity,CNC acess & sometimes water jet/lasers are used in production mfg these days as a minimum.
Prettty steep slope.
I could see that if you hooked up hose/pump to a cold creek & ran full bore through that piece of Aluminium you have
(assuming you could mount it correctly) it would probably cool your CPU.
However a clog,an air bubble big enough could allow overheating/dmg.
Not to mention condensation issues...
Best of luck!
Galvanic corrosion would start immediately and continue until either clogging or leaking(most likley at joints)occurs.
Can be relatively quick-or slowly subtle,depending on coolant used.
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Alright, since my CPU Block and the Radiator are both made of aluminium, there would be no danger, right?
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post #23 of 23
I have the same pump and is awesome ratio price/performance to other (109dkk/20$).
Just after few try i realized for killer noise place on side.
The only cons is 3amp run on zalman on various speed right now for testing .
I see the difference if connect direct to psu is more fast not so noise so i think get a fanmanager with more then 3amp is a must.
Edited by giadone - 4/13/13 at 6:24am
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