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think it would make that much difference ?
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well...i took DuckieHo's advise and flipped the pump around the other way....i was able to do away with over 1 foot of tubing....that , combined with using the "bowed baseplate" method and re-seating the Apogee GT using Arctic Silvers recomendation of only putting a small amount of compound at the center of the IHS (as opposed to covering the whole thing,which is what i did before) resulted in a 6c temperature drop....so im glad i re-did it...i now idle at 27c.....im gonna stress it later (i want it to bleed some more first)
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Hey thats great...Yeah to much TIM will give you crap temp's I used to tend to put to much on to....Once it cures it should drop another C or two...
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ira-k...can you recommend some 120mm fans for my rad that push a lot of air but are also very quiet ? i am using delts right now and their velocity is superb , but they're loud as hell !!
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ira-k...can you recommend some 120mm fans for my rad that push a lot of air but are also very quiet ? i am using delts right now and their velocity is superb , but they're loud as hell !!
Yeah they have a high pitched sound don't they... ....I like these 2 for rad fans they have a nice low pitched sound...After you get used to them they almost become a white noise you don't even notice them...

...http://www.petrastechshop.com/12x38sukddob.html
108 Sunon

...http://www.svc.com/fba12g12u.html
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dude that is sweet!!... makes me wanna go water cooling even more seein that!!

wow.. all those blocks lol..

... please can you take some more pics of close ups on different blocks and how you looped it all ... thanks
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dude that is sweet!!... makes me wanna go water cooling even more seein that!!

wow.. all those blocks lol..

... please can you take some more pics of close ups on different blocks and how you looped it all ... thanks
Shame-Shame you just want to lust after his WC'ing gear... ...
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yeah... ill post some more pics in a few mins.....if you were a girl id think you were getting wet...lol....
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i cant really get my camera to get a good shot of the nb/sb blocks...this is about the best pic i can get to give you an idea of how i did it... i run the res to the pump to the rad...out of the rad to an "F" fitting that splits the line and sends 1/2" tubing to the cpu then gpu.......also from that "F" fitting it sends 1/4" tubing to the nb and sb blocks...then the two split loops meet back up at another "F" fitting right before going back into the res...any of that make sense ?

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Shame-Shame you just want to lust after his WC'ing gear... ...
lol ira... well i actually made progress this week!! ... i was meant to get my Apogee and MCW-60 on may 8th but due to a USPS shipping screw up i only just got them this week!! :O but at least i have them and they didnt get lost... now all i need is a rad, pump, etc.... lol (do you have anything i can buy off you? lol )

back to topic...

hmm yeh that makes sense... but seems hella hard lol... didnt even know that you could do that!!... wudda thought it would have hurt your temps bad but it obviously doesnt!
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