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Hi Ira-K

I have a question about Preventing Condensation when using a Water assisted pelt block.

Can you post or link me to a place thats has pictures on how to properly seal and gasket socket 775 cpus? and what type of dialectic greast to use?

Thanks Ira-k
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There are plenty out there. Just google around.

http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=230&s=1 is one

I know swiftech made one too. But just look up "prevent condensation on motherboard"
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Hi, On a s/775 you will need to really work your grease down around the pins gently so as not to bend them...I would get Lubrex with the small tip so you can get around the pins easier.Luberex Dielectric Lubricant..Basically you use conformal around your socket and on the back of your mobo around the socket area...Seal around the base of your socket with either silicone,I've used Permatex Hi-Temp RTV sealant or Liquid electric tape for that...Then pack your socket with grease, cut some neoprene out to go around the socket then a piece on the back of your mobo to and neoprene all around hte bottom part of your block, you don't have ot do the top...Be sure to crush your TEC when you mount it ot your block it will give you a lot better performance,I use a big C clamp to crush mine with i'll leave you a pic..I get most of my condensation proofing stuff at DD..Conformal...Neoprene...... Dielectric Grease ......

Here are some pretty good links and I'll leave you a couple of pic's to..Hit my camera icon and go to my gallery also I think I still have some more condensation pic's there to...

...Condensation Prevention

...Pelt Condensation Proofing (out-dated but good)

...Under-Volting Charts

...TEC Clamping

...Cold Plate Materials and Thickness





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Hey Ira-k your the best! =)

I Rep+ed ya =)

Thanks for all the help

Jim
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Your welcome...Gives me a good excuse to show off some of my gear to.....I forgot to link you to this, I made a integrated cold-plate for a regular water block, that way I could really get a good crush on my 320W TEC, thats about the biggest TEC you can fit on a normal block with a 50x50mm base...Your supposed to crush them down to 150-300psi...Stinger V-8 Pelt Block
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