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post #5801 of 23536
I painted my casefans Black/white, in the hope my UV would light them up.. But it doesn't actually Tho, Black/White fans do look better then the stock black ones.



So normal white paint does not light up under UV, any suggestions to get them glowing? Do i have to search for transperant UV spray or something? or anything else i should/could do?
Edited by rck1984 - 4/10/10 at 2:34pm
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Ask a girl to get you some UV nail varnish.
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Ask a girl to get you some UV nail varnish.
Hmm, that might be a good one actually *Looking at my girlfriend >.>"
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Make a Tide solution and paint and allow to dry if she doesn't have any?

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Hmm, that might be a good one actually *Looking at my girlfriend >.>"
lol, no problem. Always happy to lend a hand. 500 should be fine but given you have... er HAD a 1.5 TB drive and you could have as extensive as a music library as I do, I didn't think that you would want to go lower than a TB.

My brother had a good thought about loops. If you run a single loop all systems put another radiator in between the CPU and the Res and then Res to GPU and then to bigger Rad. So I'm thinkin

CPU-pump-Rad(120 or 240)-res-pump-GPU-GPU-BigRad(360 or larger)-CPU.

Now obviously you want to cut down on the heat entering the pump but the pump does add to the RF increase no matter how minimal so I'm thinking that a pump before the Rad is a solid idea to cool the increase that the pump gives off. What do you think? Two 800s' in that setup work in your opinion?

~Ceadder

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tnx, just got a wd 500gb for now, to load os and get up and running again. i already have a wd 1tb external for extra storage. ssd is too expensive at the moment, Im really excited to see what my gpu temps will be now, the fans, in correct setup, are blowing like crazy. Im also ploting a change to my wc setup, if temps are not satisfactory .

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Make a Tide solution and paint and allow to dry if she doesn't have any?
Sorry, didnt really understood that
I just checked up some nailpollish on the net (oh boy ) and asked my girlfriend to bring me some, she has a reason to go to make-up store again then
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Make a Tide solution and paint and allow to dry if she doesn't have any?



lol, no problem. Always happy to lend a hand. 500 should be fine but given you have... er HAD a 1.5 TB drive and you could have as extensive as a music library as I do, I didn't think that you would want to go lower than a TB.

My brother had a good thought about loops. If you run a single loop all systems put another radiator in between the CPU and the Res and then Res to GPU and then to bigger Rad. So I'm thinkin

CPU-pump-Rad(120 or 240)-res-pump-GPU-GPU-BigRad(360 or larger)-CPU.

Now obviously you want to cut down on the heat entering the pump but the pump does add to the RF increase no matter how minimal so I'm thinking that a pump before the Rad is a solid idea to cool the increase that the pump gives off. What do you think? Two 800s' in that setup work in your opinion?

~Ceadder
sounds good,

a lot of folks ask why i dont have my loop pump>rad>block>res
I have pump>block>rad>res and im pretty content (still dont have new gpu temps ). Good point about coolant entering the pump, though I cant say if that is factual since Im just a novice in the wc world . it would be a good question to post in the WaterCooling section

that WD hdd is snappy, os installed in less than 20 mins, far faster than the Seagate 1.5tb about 45mins, it does run a little too warm, which worries me since i need to stick inside an enclosure, thinking about adding a cooling/fan. two ideas:
1. buy a hdd cooling hs like this

2. buy a pci slot fan extractor and remove slot plate and convert to blower to feed top or bottom of enclosure, leave other end of enclosure open for exhaust.
post #5807 of 23536
Apologies I was being a smartazz. I'm not sure if it's true or not but someone said that it may clothing being uv reactive may have something to do with the detergent in the wash cycle. Which I find a bit hard to believe since costumes tend to react well in black light. But meh whatever. I think that maybe the paint you got doesn't react well. No matter if you can get some clear UV paint or nail varnish should fix it right up.

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Sorry, didnt really understood that
I just checked up some nailpollish on the net (oh boy ) and asked my girlfriend to bring me some, she has a reason to go to make-up store again then
Well I just diagrammed my loop.

CPU>Pump>240(360 if needed)Rad>5.25 bay Res>Pump>Top GPU>Lower>480(or two 240s')Rad>... repeat.

Straight compression fittings Bitspower in 1/2x3/4 are available at P-PCs' I figure I'll need 2 for the pumps and 2 L fittings(only available at Frozen, go figure) I'll need 4 stops for the GPU setup. 1" extendable with some double male G .25" adapters x2 and 2 double fem adapters to make sure I have the straight pipe covered. 2 Ls' for the 480(4 for the 2x240 setup), 2 45o fittings for CPU block and 2 comp fittings for those. The L fittings come pre-done with comp fittings.

So that's 8 Ls'.
2x Pumps
2x 480
2x GPU
2x Top Rad

4 plugs better make it 6. One possible for the Res and a spare.
1" adjustable
2x double male
2x double fem
2x 45o
4x straight comps

There hows that look? Is your math coming up same as mine?

Since this is such a big amount I'm going to get my fittings and 240 first. The 480 is out of stock so I can wait on that. I'll get 10' of hose and then another 10' when I'm ready to go.

Damn Pete Yorn singing Bowie's "China Girl" sounds a helluva lot like Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam.

Well anyway I think I got it figured out.

~Ceadder

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sounds good,

a lot of folks ask why i dont have my loop pump>rad>block>res
I have pump>block>rad>res and im pretty content (still dont have new gpu temps ). Good point about coolant entering the pump, though I cant say if that is factual since Im just a novice in the wc world . it would be a good question to post in the WaterCooling section

that WD hdd is snappy, os installed in less than 20 mins, far faster than the Seagate 1.5tb about 45mins, it does run a little too warm, which worries me since i need to stick inside an enclosure, thinking about adding a cooling/fan. two ideas:
1. buy a hdd cooling hs like this

2. buy a pci slot fan extractor and remove slot plate and convert to blower to feed top or bottom of enclosure, leave other end of enclosure open for exhaust.

Edited by Ceadderman - 4/10/10 at 4:43pm
 
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^^^seems right,

Wow just checked my temps after loading ccc, fixing the fan setup to the correct push/pull dropped my idle temps from 40c to 28c. now i want to do the top mount rad push/pull too, its only pushing right now.

edit: just placed an order from ppcs, got three YateLoons and a koolance rad/fan shroud to mount on top for some pulling duty, time to bust out the rotary tool
Edited by wermad - 4/10/10 at 6:23pm
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Apologies I was being a smartazz. I'm not sure if it's true or not but someone said that it may clothing being uv reactive may have something to do with the detergent in the wash cycle. Which I find a bit hard to believe since costumes tend to react well in black light. But meh whatever. I think that maybe the paint you got doesn't react well. No matter if you can get some clear UV paint or nail varnish should fix it right up.
Lol allright, well it was me who came up with that "washingpowder" thing, i read it on a couple comments around the net, dont know if its true or not, only thing i know now is that the white paint i used isnt UV reactive. I will check for the nail varnish, or well... my girlfriend will, haha.. I am so not going into a make-up store searching for cute nail varnish rather send my girlfriend doing that

I just hope i get a equal "paint" with the varnish, and no lines or some other weird pattern, if u know what i mean.
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Get yourself the smallest foam brush you can get. Preferably something from a hardware shop so you can inspect it yourself w/o jeopardizing your manhood.

Anyway you'll want to take one of those fans with you for comparison. Then you'll need a small tray to pour your varnish into(preferably when you're ready to paint) and you can paint it in short strokes to each blade around the hub. Not hub to tip. Because if those are 60mm fans like I think they are you won't find a small enough brush to fit the blade w/o hitting the ones next to it. So you paint one then move to the next and so forth until all are coated to your liking. But TEST the nail varnish before you start in or you may not like the reactivity of the varnish on your blades. Food for thought.

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Lol allright, well it was me who came up with that "washingpowder" thing, i read it on a couple comments around the net, dont know if its true or not, only thing i know now is that the white paint i used isnt UV reactive. I will check for the nail varnish, or well... my girlfriend will, haha.. I am so not going into a make-up store searching for cute nail varnish rather send my girlfriend doing that

I just hope i get a equal "paint" with the varnish, and no lines or some other weird pattern, if u know what i mean.
Nice...

... so YOU'RE the one that scooped my YLs' out of my cart.

I had to remove seven 120s' because there wasn't enough in stock. All good I'm not ready yet.

I did all the hard work looking up all the parts. I'll be $730 into this venture without the $150 for 2 GPU blocks and the $100 for the 2x240 rad and that's between Frozen and P-PCs'. But it's so going to be worth it. I had to cut some stuff from my initial system buy but I'm getting the 2 GPU if I can.

So I'm definitely breaking this up into smaller amounts

A freakin grand just for h2o. Insane.

~Ceadder

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Wow just checked my temps after loading ccc, fixing the fan setup to the correct push/pull dropped my idle temps from 40c to 28c. now i want to do the top mount rad push/pull too, its only pushing right now.

edit: just placed an order from ppcs, got three YateLoons and a koolance rad/fan shroud to mount on top for some pulling duty, time to bust out the rotary tool

Edited by Ceadderman - 4/10/10 at 6:52pm
 
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