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Out at sidewinder--but in at Performance--I bought 2 and 2 more DB-1...I have an idea
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If you're doing an internal-setup, wouldn't a GT Stealth be more appealing? Although, I do think they are more expensive than the BIPs.

I'm new to water cooling though, listen o Ira-k ^_^
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Out at sidewinder--but in at Performance--I bought 2 and 2 more DB-1...I have an idea
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those Panaflo Fan w/ RPM 68.9CFM 30dBA are looking nice to me
Think i might get myself 4 of them.
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Might be able to make the LC loop completely internal on the Antec 900 too
If you figure that one out you'll have to tell me
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Well a member posted on my Velocitor thread and has managed to do that somehow--I took measurments of the space in the case and I just might be able to copy that method--as the BIP is only 25mm thick...

Of course I will need to bench it--that would be ideal though--as I am hung up on the development of a top cover for my top mounted PA160...needing a workspace for tjhe fiberglas project--and if I can simply come up with some internal mounts I would be able to offer a pre-plumbed kit with sealed fittins that anyone could install without serious modifications like dirlling holes and stuff
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I wish it were possible to mount a single radiator into one of the drive cages, but I doubt it is.
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Back to the thread...

I have finally got a free moment and am running Orthos at stock settings with the P5K and E6300.

After 35 minutes CPU temp has stabilized at 38C. I think this should be a good baseline for the rest of the tests.

I will now see how well the board overclocks and try to reach 3.3 on the E6300.

10C above ambient at full load speaks well of the LC loop I have concocted. I feel confident offering it as a premium set up in my mods.
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Not bad temps for a single 120mm rad with a 26c ambient! Any pic's of you new test bench?
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Like I said before, the Fuzion is a great WB. It beat my apogee Gt buy a noticeable margin, plus is easier on installation.
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