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These are spendy but allow for deeper, cleaner cuts. Maybe we Stinger Slingers should pass the hat
to insure the performance gains of our future V12's. I know I'm game!

  
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The head moves not the table .090" each time .045 saw. Yes manually, it is not CNC
And manually !

I was impressed by your work before ... now I'm just in absolute awe !
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seems there's been a lot of activity while i couldnt come along.
had a few probs yesterday that prevented me from posting what i promissed, but here it is.

note that the flow gets divided over the entire width before entering the actual cooling area, just like a radiator. ive though about splitting the 2 flows, and make them flow in opposite directions for more equal dissipation of heat, but i wonder whether it would make a difference.

this is meant as a pelt-block, BTW, but i think you already noticed.
if you look real closely you can see 2 rulers in the pic, which I used to determine the size of a 437W pelt.

i also get the feeling my drawings are slightly misunderstood. the pins are all the same height as the rest of the block, and should touch the top, forcing the water to flow trough them.
post #64 of 95
nice for a pelt block, but those sharp conrners are sure to cause some hot spots and problems in the flow.
Also the flow drop would be alot!!

you need to smoothen the movement of the water and try channel it, after all sonner or later they will have to end up into barbs right.
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i noticed. when i saw the inside of the V8. it's quite a simple block. what i also noticed was the lack of pins, instead of which there were holes. the drill press explains why, obviously.
now that he's got a CNC, that would mean the V9 would kick the V8's behind.


thats true.
i think squares would be way easier to make, yet wouldnt affect performance much if positioned correctly.

also, as has already been discussed, heatpipes could make waterblocks much better, depending on the shape and position of the pipes.
for example:

using something like this, waterblocks could have much more surface area.
using them the same way a big Typhoon does the block could even be moved to a position above the motherboard to allow for a larger block.
would probably be hard to make, but could be tried.
*** is that thing?
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A 1U server heatsink.
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*** is that thing?
LoL just a heatsink dude,
those bends are just copper heatpipes.
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This is a better example of the heatpipe waterblock idea:

http://www.thermaltake.com/product/L...2/cl-w0092.asp

Haven't seen any reviews yet though, anybody seen any?
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i noticed. when i saw the inside of the V8. it's quite a simple block. what i also noticed was the lack of pins, instead of which there were holes. the drill press explains why, obviously.
now that he's got a CNC, that would mean the V9 would kick the V8's behind.
Hmm dont know about that one, but CrazyJoe has some good stats where it shows jets "hitting cups" instead of extruding squares of such, perform better.

Also i would think the cups are better just for the sinple reason they are drillied into the base, and there for would be closer to the IHS.

I still believe jets turbulance are the best way to go.

Pins and channels will all cool well to a certain point, after that jets,presure and turbulance take over.
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Hmm dont know about that one, but CrazyJoe has some good stats where it shows jets "hitting cups" instead of extruding squares of such, perform better.

Also i would think the cups are better just for the sinple reason they are drillied into the base, and there for would be closer to the IHS.

I still believe jets turbulance are the best way to go.

Pins and channels will all cool well to a certain point, after that jets,presure and turbulance take over.
IF you want just a pin design.... look towards the Swiftech GT design. Their design would almost definitely beat your crossflow pin design.
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