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okay i just got a temperature probe/lcd thigny
is there anyway i can use it to monitor he temps of my water
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I put one of these..Temp Probe .in a plastic T, put the probe so the tip of it just breaks the waters surface. Silicone and heat shrink it in well.Then I cut the tape probe off of one of these.Probe Read-Out .And solder on two prongs of a 3-pin male, the probe has a 2-pin female on it.You can find those cheaper at other places thats just a example.

I guess yours might be close to that above.. If I was only going to run 1 in-line probe I'd put it right after the rad's out as close as possible to the rad, that way you can compare your rad out to room ambient delta.

You can make them look better then these if you want to take the time to....


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http://www.jab-tech.com/Bitspower-Si...T-pr-4345.html

You will need a T like this if you want it inline:
http://www.jab-tech.com/Enzontech-Me...T-pr-4301.html

or You can screw them inside a open hole in your res if available

Screwing them in a open hole on a res is the easiest solution actually.

Then you will need a temp monitor and splice the probe together, or you can get a blingy fan controller /w Temp monitor and just plug in the header directly.



Its called the Scythe Kaze Master.
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