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would it be that much effort to mill the top at both sides? you'd save that $50 with it...
now that i've thought of this, i'd personally wouldnt want it anyway else... the best inventions were done by accident. if i had any interest in a TEC block at all, that'd be what i'd buy. and im sure at least someone would agree with me.
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yeah it could be used .. i think if i try some different bolts and maybe machine down the nuts it could work im not sure it's worth the effort though.. i wouldn't be happy to sell it in that state
I have a milling machine at school, only a hand one but still. What would i have to do to make it work?
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would it be that much effort to mill the top at both sides? you'd save that $50 with it...
now that i've thought of this, i'd personally wouldnt want it anyway else... the best inventions were done by accident. if i had any interest in a TEC block at all, that'd be what i'd buy. and im sure at least someone would agree with me.
these a much simpler way to do it and that is to pass the bolts through the hot side to be farstend to the plastic top

However im already insulating the bolts on the cold side by the hole in the cold plate being to large and by having a nylon washer under the bolt... SO no part of the bolt touches the cold plate
Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 10/23/09 at 4:13pm
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im not known for my simple solutions
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Looks like it should perform pretty damn good though .
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I have a milling machine at school, only a hand one but still. What would i have to do to make it work?
ive been having a play and i can use 3mm screws with woshers to apply pressure to the cover

And use long 4mm screws through the acrylic top to apply the pressure to the cold plate
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So this could potentially be used as a normal waterblock? Shotgun first dibs What would the price be like?
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So this could potentially be used as a normal waterblock? Shotgun first dibs What would the price be like?
it would be to big to fit most motherboards i would think .. which is why the base has a step down so the block can clear all the caps and stuff
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Oh. Oh well, worth a shot
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Here is my water block next to a vision water block

Now my water block uses 4 times the amount of copper and if you include the cold plate thats 8 times the copper ... man im selling these things to cheaply





Shes big thats for sure
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