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very good so far, that is a nice e6600 you have there, doing a little better then mine does.
Nice looking setup, do youkow how much having the water chiller portion detracts from the cpu temp, just kind of wondering.
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nice set-up
    
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very good so far, that is a nice e6600 you have there, doing a little better then mine does.
Nice looking setup, do youkow how much having the water chiller portion detracts from the cpu temp, just kind of wondering.
less than i initially thought. hes still getting great temps.
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Wprime 32m & 1024m



AquaMark3 211.451
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very nice setup. I love Heineken too.
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p5b del no mod & 6400 no bad for one normal 6400


Dimas unit

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I noticed that the airflow direction of the condenser fan draws air into the rig, which means that the hot air off the condenser will be blown across the components inside the rig. Are you sure you want that? I think the condenser will work just as well if the fan were turned around, and you would then be drawing cooler air across your inside components (plus some of the ones you`re trying to cool ).
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I noticed that the airflow direction of the condenser fan draws air into the rig, which means that the hot air off the condenser will be blown across the components inside the rig. Are you sure you want that? I think the condenser will work just as well if the fan were turned around, and you would then be drawing cooler air across your inside components (plus some of the ones you`re trying to cool ).
You always want to suck air across our smaller condensers, and the hot air off the condenser will still be cool enough to cool down the compressor. Having separate compressor cooling and condenser airflow is hard to acheive in our situations, but results in much better temperatures when it is.
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Nice looking setup, do youkow how much having the water chiller portion detracts from the cpu temp, just kind of wondering.
The unit is using returrning cold gas from the evaporator to cool the liquid, this adds quite a large load as most liquids have fairly high specific heat values, and this most of the time is not seen in a large hit to the cpu temperatures, but instead a much larger hit to the compressor temps (and thus the compressors life expectancy)
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