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And even more heavy metal goodness:



  
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god thats sexy!
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That is genuine craftsmanship right there. You know your stuff, FstFrddy. Beautiful!
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Was gonna try to do my internals like this


All the newer commercial blocks I see now keep fins/pin matrix/whatever very shallow. They no longer just have the inlet directly over the cpu center, but instead set aside a little strip for the inlet to widen the water flow and then seep through the very shallow matrix they make over the cpu. The base material I am using is .375" thick, I'd like to just use end-mills to make the inlet area and opposite side of CPU matrix to .085" deep and then use a .006mm slitting saw to put as many slot cuts on the cpu matrix area as possible. Probably also cut the other way to make a pin matrix or whatever you call it. But will have to wait and see how much material I need to remove on the bottem to have the NB side make contact with the NB. I am thinking it will be @.1"














One in, two out straight to the res, if I can do it with how things line up in te case, otherwise just a single outlet and a revision on the block.

It's alot going on I think, but all cuts are straight, so I think so long as I clamp it down solid at the correct angle, then set the stops for plunge depth and all the directional travel, it's just a matter of taking it slow, but I only have 2 hours of time on the mill making a a few simple cuts, so maybe it's abit much to bite off on. I will give it a practice go on the aluminum section I have. If that proves ok, will try it on the copper base. If not, will redo it to be much more simple. Also, everything is not measured to spec's yet, since I am not exactly sure what the block size is till I shave things down, but it's kinda close. And lots of bolts holding it together, but thats the way the bolt pattern looks to me to make it look balanced, no doubt much less bolts is needed to actually do the job.
Edited by Herc130 - 6/24/09 at 5:48pm
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hey that looks great but don't you think the number of hex screws is a bit too much?
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Yes it is, was just going by one end to the other for spacing and matching to get it to look ballanced, but now I see I can go with 11 bolts instead of 18and still have it look balanced.

It's a rough draft I wanted to throw out there to see if I could get input on changes in reguards to making it perform better, but more importantly, difficulty in machinging it manually from people whome actually have experience machining metal.
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hmm.. so is this going to be similar to freddy's stinger block with one inlet and two outlets but for a chipset?
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Yes, I am firmly of the thinking that exhausting anything is more important then intake. I would assume the benefits are limited for a closed system, but I think having the outlet go to a less then capped off reservoir will still make it useful to do.
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And even more heavy metal goodness:




You do know that beyond just heavy metal goodness!....Those are just plain old fashioned sick.

Pipers and Stingers, it just doesn't get much better then that! I'm jealous Man, those are some sweet blocks. I might have to try and talk him into making me a NB TEC block this Winter.

That one song the "Tinkers" do would be perfect for this thread, so I'm going to link it, hey everyone from 14 to eighty two likes the Pipers..



Hey Herc thats looking nice, look forward to seeing them.
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Herc if you are not to concerned about the mess you can use a product called
"water salable oil" mixed at about 50% water to 50% W.S. oil this is what we used to use on the farm to cool and lube a power band saw and milling machine.
It is messy were WD40 drys up quickly.
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