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i run fesser blue i havent seen any algae
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alright sounds fine then - Ill be adding Feaser dye later in the weeks for looks as I haven't decided on what to do


In good news:

I filled the loop, after the foaming went down I turned up my D5 to max and my gawd there is so much water turbulence in the res!!! Ive never seen it move so fast Guess GPU and chipset blocks really do kill flow....

CPU ONLY FTW

Hoping that when I wake later today... no leaks....

Ive got my HDDs wrapped in absorbent materials and there is like 10 towels under my case rofl
    
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Roller, nice setup. Ira-K helped me out with my wc'ing setup too, I always took his advice as sound.

I used his setup for coolant, distilled water, a drop or two of pt-nuke and the G5 coolant. Works great, cool temps. I had a few leaks my first run or two, due to my res having plastic barbs, which have been replaced in my new loop, no leaks at all!

I'd go with a CPU/GPU loop only, nb/sb are overrated, unless your going for extreme overclocking! Keep us updated and good luck! Post temps and info for us when you can!
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post #14 of 51
Switch the inlet and outlet of the radiator. It'll make it look neater.

Pump to lower inlet, Upper outlet to block.
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filled the loop, after the foaming went down I turned up my D5 to max and my gawd there is so much water turbulence in the res!!! Ive never seen it move so fast Guess GPU and chipset blocks really do kill flow....

CPU ONLY FTW
Heck Yeah......Sounds like you have it in hand...


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Btw... i have corrosion blocker... it says 50:1, 50ml treats 2 liters....... I have a gallon, and no graduated cylinder on hand.... how the hell do i get ~50-80ml?
50ml is about 1.69 ounce, so just call it a hair over a ounce and a half...I bet you have a shot glass somewhere......Or it would be around 3.3 tablespoons....Measure a shot glass with tablespoons full to make sure its a 1.5 once shot...

50mlx4 for a gallon would be 6.76 ounce or 13.2 tablespoons...I'd round it off to 7oz a gallon or 14 tablespoons a gallon...
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post #16 of 51
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Lol you guys are gonna laugh at this

So i figured I would just see how much is in the bottle and match it to water

Dump it into a measuring cup...

The whole bottle is less than 100mL.....(around 90)

So I just used ~half the bottle on the 2liter jug I filled and called it done


So... I filled the loop last night, man did it FOAM alot... but I watched it like a hawk for 45 minutes.

Not one single drop of water protruded from the tubing. I was ecstatic!

So now its in the morning like 5 hours later.... still, not a single drop of water.

I did some tinkering while it ran.... NO WATER!

omg 7/16" tubing FTW, it was a pain in the ass to get on but nothing a hairdryer and dishsoap can't take care of

Now how much longer should I test for? absolutly nothing is leaking, all perfecto

I used no claps or anything... I used 1 clamp on the CPU exit and that was because I am weird and think the hot water from the CPU can actually loosen the tubes grip.... so I clamped it for peace of mind

I have yet to power the PC yet, or even install all the stuff so.... What do you guys think?
    
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post #17 of 51
Man I'd stick a couple of zip-ties on each barb at least, I'm a chicken...I usually let mine run 24 hours or longer, but if its not leaking by now it probably wont...


EDIT: Is that E8400 @ 4500mhz a Wolfdale, or what ever they call it......Do you think you could push much more out of one with sub-ambient cooling, or is it topping out with voltage that high? Just curious, I want to set up a Intel rig for TEC and Chiller...
Edited by ira-k - 6/13/08 at 12:05pm
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post #18 of 51
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Dude..... Watercooling...


What the hell, is this this some kind of HACK?

First off, my idle is my ambient temperature+ 4 degrees. Seriously?

I load up PRIME95, CPU stresss

Run it....


I didn't think it was working, so I opened task manager...


Wwwwwaaattttt!


I went from 33*C idle to load at 37*C......


lol wut? Im confused, is this for real?

And I never pushed the the thing past 4500mhz.... I basically just fed it 1.365 volts (what I was comfortable with being 45nm) And set 4500mhz and was like, OH, It got into windows?! ran a SuperPI on slow RAM, then shut down. I didn't even do any benchmarks lol... I should see if those same volts can take me past 4700 or so, its been done


BTW.... I : water in my computer

Anyone got suggestions where to get Dye? I don't want to pay $4 shipping for a bottle of feaser -_-
    
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post #19 of 51
What are you using to monitor your temps? Out of curiosity can you feel the water moving though the tubing after it goes through the radiator? Im using a fuzion v2 and mcr320 and my max load temp is 54c .
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post #20 of 51
i wouldnt go past 4.5ghz it could hurt the chip but thats up to you.

food coloring...
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