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lol I didn't mean it that way, I was just saying that the other guy (Dirtyduck) seemed a bit too gung-ho about it.

well the guy didnt come in her to hear about how he shouldnt do it, he came in to the water cooling thread about a huge WC project...alot of air cooling ideas where brought up and if thats what he wanted he would have posted in the air cooling thread.
Anyone that has that big of a project in front of him has to be pretty gung-ho about it I was just giving him some ya know, I mean grow some WC balls and help the guy WC his office rigs if thats what he wants to do.
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well the guy didnt come in her to hear about how he shouldnt do it, he came in to the water cooling thread about a huge WC project...alot of air cooling ideas where brought up and if thats what he wanted he would have posted in the air cooling thread.
Anyone that has that big of a project in front of him has to be pretty gung-ho about it I was just giving him some ya know, I mean grow some WC balls and help the guy WC his office rigs if thats what he wants to do.
lol nah I hear ya. Its just that....in one hand you have a really fun project, and in the other hand you have TONS of money on the line. If you were that business owner, and it was your money put into buying those computers, would you like it if they started dying because you felt like going WC for fun? Know what i mean?
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post #43 of 57
Wow, that's some project.

While I'd be itching to try a watercooling project, I'd definately have to show the ground work in making sure something more simple didn't work as well. Hopefully those HSF work, or maybe you can replace some of these mad hurricane fans with something that's a bit less harsh. If you decide to go water, I'd definately consider some low porosity tubing and D5 pumps and everything low maintenance. 200 wc installs is going to be less than fun before it's all done..
    
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Soooo true Martin.....
Well I gave the bossman a parts list yesterday to cool one of these.

2x Dtek v2
2x yate loon d12SM
D5 vario
MCR220
tubing... etc

The only reason I went with the mcr220 was becuase it had a built-in res..... I probably should have went with a better 240 and a micro-res but I wanted to try to keep it as compact as possible. We'll see how it goes
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*Update*
scratch the Dtek V2's......they wouldnt fit and I haven't heard back from them concerning the issue. So I went with Swiftech Apogee GT's, no fitment issues with these.

I still need to connect the fans to the rhoebus and the rpm cables to the mobo connections so the system doesn't think the fans have failed. Other than that I just need to bring in some distilled H2O tomorrow and we'll be runnin cool & quiet.

It looks all a bit confusing with no colored water in it yet and I used just under 4 Feet of tubing all together.
In the pictures (if you can tell) the loop runs....pump->Rad->top cpu->bot cpu->pump....
I opted for the rad with res to help keep it compact, and boy is it ever compact for a dual cpu loop....

pics using my blackberry....not the best camera in the world but you get the idea.




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Stop teasing and fill'er up!
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post #47 of 57
Damn that DOES look confusing lol.

By the way, just to warn you from now, dell motherboards don't just look for the fan to be connected - the fans need to reach a certain speed (most likely 3000RPM) during bootup for it not to give the "Fan Failure" message. To get around it, you may have to connect two fans to the same MB speed input. It will think the speed is actually Fan1+Fan2, which should be more than high enough.
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post #48 of 57
Looks very good!

I can't wait to hear about the temperature results.

One thing though, watch hot hot the chipset and such gets, you might have to upgrade to 38mm thick fans to get enough airflow going.
    
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By the way, just to warn you from now, dell motherboards don't just look for the fan to be connected - the fans need to reach a certain speed (most likely 3000RPM) during bootup for it not to give the "Fan Failure" message. To get around it, you may have to connect two fans to the same MB speed input. It will think the speed is actually Fan1+Fan2, which should be more than high enough.
Good call....
I have two mobo fan connections to send the rpm wires to. So if I connected 2 fan rpm wires and then split it for the 2 connections the would both still read 1+2 right? They would be sending their combined signals to 2 connections.
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Good call....
I have two mobo fan connections to send the rpm wires to. So if I connected 2 fan rpm wires and then split it for the 2 connections the would both still read 1+2 right? They would be sending their combined signals to 2 connections.
Yup that would work perfectly
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