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Kryton, pictures or it never happened
OK - Here's some pics.

Note I have two different MB's between these pics, one being the 939 and the other is a 754 socket DFI NF4X Infinity system I had setup for initial testing of the system. The waterblock is a OCZ Hydroflow and the chipset block is a Swiftech MCW30. This system isn't finalized and really just a work in progress.
Note that I also have a single stage rad for the chiller effect and need something larger for a better effect. I also have shutoff valves for each res for obvious reasons and I also have drain valves (Not pictured) for each res setup to let out excess water after the ice melts so I can add more as I go or for simply draining the system as I need to.

The main rad is a three stage unit with all three fan slots utilized and I have it laying almost flat since heat tends to rise and it has to be elevated a bit to one corner so air can get out via it's outlet. I did this to maximize it's cooling efficiency (I think ) and I have both res setups higher than the rest of the system so it can literally bleed air out without the pumps doing anything. These pumps are Swiftech MCP655 "Vario" units that cannot be ran dry so that's why I have the res containers up high - I let water pressure itself do the job of priming these pumps and some of the bleeding.

I'm looking to get another chipset block and perhaps another CPU block to see if I can either do better or at least have the extra chipset block to run one of my A8N32's with since it would need two chipset blocks anyway.

It's butt-ugly but works anyway. I may get around to getting things neatened up once I find out what seems to work to setup a final config of things. Not sure if everything I'm trying here is the best way but that's why I'm experimenting with it.



Edited by Kryton - 6/8/09 at 10:32pm
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Kryton, I was looking at your water dispensers there, and I think you should insulate those. If you can help keep the cool temps where you have the most H2O, it will last you longer.
Edited by BlackOmega - 6/9/09 at 12:16pm
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Kryton, I was looking at your water dispersers there, and I think you should insulate those. If you can help keep the cool temps where you have the most H2O, it will last you longer.
That's one thing I've thought of and I'd also like to insulate the tubing itself mainly to help with temps and condensation formation if it will make a difference there.

One thing I discovered today is the coolant will stay cold longer if I DON'T use the fans on my rad. Seems the fans will add heat to an extent and I thought that might be the case earlier. Ran it with those disabled and the coolant stayed cooler for a longer period of time once I had temps down.
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That's one thing I've thought of and I'd also like to insulate the tubing itself mainly to help with temps and condensation formation if it will make a difference there.

One thing I discovered today is the coolant will stay cold longer if I DON'T use the fans on my rad. Seems the fans will add heat to an extent and I thought that might be the case earlier. Ran it with those disabled and the coolant stayed cooler for a longer period of time once I had temps down.
I was thinking of another way of insulating the actual piping. Get another piece of hose almost exactly as long as the existing piping , but larger to go around the original pipe. Then clamping the ends around the existing piping.
Then I had another thought, if you could make the connection air tight between the hoses, then you could vacuum out the air. I honestly don't know if that makes a difference, but has anyone ever actually measured the temperature of a vacuum?
Just a thought.
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I was thinking of another way of insulating the actual piping. Get another piece of hose almost exactly as long as the existing piping , but larger to go around the original pipe. Then clamping the ends around the existing piping.
Then I had another thought, if you could make the connection air tight between the hoses, then you could vacuum out the air. I honestly don't know if that makes a difference, but has anyone ever actually measured the temperature of a vacuum?
Just a thought.
I'm thinking using pipe insulation that's used for hot water pipes of the size I have will work. I'm hoping I can just slip it on and it will help things. Wrapping the res will be another thing due to it's odd shape but not impossible.

@ thlnk3r:

Have a few benchruns I did earlier that shows promise related to overall stability if I can improve things. What I want to do may work, maybe not but that won't stop me from trying...



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Maybe you could use something like a sleeping bag.
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Could I have a little help in picking out a s939 opty, pweeze

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/52...ml#post6407718

Thank you
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I thought you guys might get a kick out of this guys selling practices. See if you can tell me what's wrong w/this picture?
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LOL, first thing I look for

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I reported it.
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Have a few benchruns I did earlier that shows promise related to overall stability if I can improve things. What I want to do may work, maybe not but that won't stop me from trying...
Kryton, looking nice man. I really like that 4000+ overclock

Thanks for posting up the pictures. That's a very interesting setup you have there. Mad props for that!

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lol, first thing i look for

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i reported it.
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