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now who has a CNC willing to to sponsor
its relatively simple, like a 2 axis CNC could mill this right?
tooling the machine should be relatively simple too.

ill probably think of something new tomorrow
    
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amazing renders. *jealous*
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now who has a CNC willing to to sponsor
its relatively simple, like a 2 axis CNC could mill this right?
tooling the machine should be relatively simple too.

ill probably think of something new tomorrow
Burn is almost ready to go...
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amazing renders. *jealous*
you can do it too just got to understand what makes things look realistic, got to have the appropriate software too. just as a tip, stay away from scanline rendering in 3dsmax, stick with mental ray, especially the most recent version, it comes with 3dsmax 2008, very nice gots its own object lights now. they really mad things easier especially with the materials, but here at OCN everybodys got a nice machine so put your slaves too work.

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Wow...you are the Render MASTER! That's just way too cool!
    
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you can do it too just got to understand what makes things look realistic, got to have the appropriate software too. just as a tip, stay away from scanline rendering in 3dsmax, stick with mental ray, especially the most recent version, it comes with 3dsmax 2008, very nice gots its own object lights now. they really mad things easier especially with the materials, but here at OCN everybodys got a nice machine so put your slaves too work.

ideas for today



enjoy
hmm.. i installed 2008, but still use 9 as im too lazy to reinstall v-ray for 2008, but i guess if you can do that with mental ray i wont have to. how's it do glass materials?
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Let's be the first forum on the web that has a custom designed waterblock for the ATI 3870 X2.

Mine will be here Monday I believe so I will try to be of some use RE takng measurements...I do not have fine measuring equipment but I will do my best.

I will also be looking for info on the card. I did find a couple of pictures of the naked card...and will postup that bit of porn shortly.

Anyone is welcome to work on this. I think a Full coverage dual GPU Waterblock might even be a first for the OC community at large. But other designs are welcome.

Let's make it happen guys...you have the talent and I have the card and the money to cover some R & D on this.

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didn't danger den make a waterblock for the 7950? Perhaps it might be useful to look at some of things they did, even if its not the same style of dual gpu.

As far as the block goes , I was thinking that maybe doing a mod on a fuzion gpu block to make one of the barbs face to the left on one block, and to the right on the other block.
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I can't render or anything I was just thinking a full coverage block for the HD3870X2 could be one with 2 loop entrys and 2 exits, I mean 1 for the ram and 1 for both the cores (connected with a simple line from one to another with say simple line pattern or wave pattern) and the ram tunnel probably only needs line/wave pattern over the whole surface?
Edit: this ofcourse requires an Y-line to be succesfull (i think) and then another idea popped to my mind, why not Y-line directly after the rad with one loope heading to the CPU adn one to the GPU, the one going to the CPU could also cool the GRam
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That sounds like a good idea, but it just seems like maybe you should just leave the parts that cover the VRAM solid copper (or whatever material), no water traces. There's no sense in adding heat from the VRAM into the loop.
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