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It evaporates water, no real humidity increase, you normally get a few degrees below ambient with them.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1392108/guide-horizontal-volenti-coolers covers how to make them, everything else carries over from bong coolers.

hmmm. IMO watercooling looks better, I want to use colored coolant to fit in with the color scheme and I am not too bothered about temps although if my plans work out then temps shouldn't be a problem at all!
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hmmm. IMO watercooling looks better, I want to use colored coolant to fit in with the color scheme and I am not too bothered about temps although if my plans work out then temps shouldn't be a problem at all!
ok, understandable. you can use coloured coolant in a volenti though, you can even still have a res in the case,
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Awesome! Loving how everything is coming along, really looks great!
 
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Wow! Thanks Jeffinslaw, means a lot coming from you, been following your build carefully, my brother saw it and now he wants me to do one for him! tongue.gif ATM I am sitting in my room with the windows open so it is freezing trying to get rid of the fumes that are still coming of the painted parts, not good rolleyes.gif

Thanks! Taking your time with is really important and your build looks GREAT so far! Really interested to see how you complete it!

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Thanks! Taking your time with is really important and your build looks GREAT so far! Really interested to see how you complete it!

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Awesome! Loving how everything is coming along, really looks great!

Thanks. I don't plan on finishing this mod until at least christmas at the earliest so I don't think there is a chance of rushing it biggrin.gif At a bit of a dead end now until I can get radiators and mark up where they need to go, need to wait on some more money though frown.gif
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Thanks. I don't plan on finishing this mod until at least christmas at the earliest so I don't think there is a chance of rushing it biggrin.gif At a bit of a dead end now until I can get radiators and mark up where they need to go, need to wait on some more money though frown.gif

Wait... WHAT??? You mean "Christmas in June" right? Not Christmas in December??? Please oh please tell me it isn't the later!

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Starting to get shaped... Painting looks really good smile.gif
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Wait... WHAT??? You mean "Christmas in June" right? Not Christmas in December??? Please oh please tell me it isn't the later!

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if it's december, i'm going to cry.
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Wait... WHAT??? You mean "Christmas in June" right? Not Christmas in December??? Please oh please tell me it isn't the later!

Jeffinslaw

haha the case mod should be done in a month or two at the latest but I need money to be able to afford the mobo and cpu and gpu etc. also waiting for Haswell and GTX700s but if they don't do a short PCB 700 series I will just get GTX670. Gonna try get sponsors for watercooling otherwise this build could go on for a lot longer as I am a very poor student with no income frown.gif

EDIT: what do people think of the name "Sour Apple"? need suggestions!
Edited by Gardnerphotos - 5/19/13 at 4:13am
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Little teaser of what my plans are now biggrin.gif thoughts on the name suggestion btw?



more to come shortly, got 3 exams tomorrow though so no updates for a couple of days
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