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Core i7's are known to run a lot hotter and also the stock cooler is just ****. Anways...Muffy do you do all the cam work in solid works as well?
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Core i7's are known to run a lot hotter and also the stock cooler is just ****. Anways...Muffy do you do all the cam work in solid works as well?
Sort of ... i use Solid CAM which is a plugin for solid works ... it's OK but doesn't work under windows 7 64 it has it's issues you have to work with
post #413 of 680
Nice to see how this is coming on Ultra...

I never really thought of direct die (you know my opinion on that ! ) but your block has piqued my interest especially as I have a copper TRUE waiting for a mate and a lapping !

I appreciate it will not be a fast result but my TRUE's not going any where.
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Nice to see how this is coming on Ultra...

I never really thought of direct die (you know my opinion on that ! ) but your block has piqued my interest especially as I have a copper TRUE waiting for a mate and a lapping !

I appreciate it will not be a fast result but my TRUE's not going any where.
huh ? my block is water cooled ?
post #415 of 680
Oh...havent been to this thread a while...you've switched from the other Tec blocks.

Have you abandoned them then?
Ha just spotted water block in title...my bad...wrong thread
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I wonder if he is talking about your cold plate. Or if he is talking about chilling. Anyways it looks like it's going pretty great.
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I wonder if he is talking about your cold plate. Or if he is talking about chilling. Anyways it looks like it's going pretty great.
Yeah I am half asleep at the mo...it's gone 1am can't sleep too much pain and the painkillers aint working...

Well once I get a mate for the TRUE perhps I can see Ultra for some TEC plates but I wouldn't want him to stop working on this....now I have looked back ..looks good...
Edited by zipdogso - 10/26/09 at 6:12pm
post #418 of 680
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here's a re cap for you ZIP

And thanks Flame . i really value your opinion .im hopping it will be good too




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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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Well here you go . Unfortunately there are a few mistakes and some changes necessary. IE the holes are wrong... But really the whole thing has come up really nicely.



post #419 of 680
Well my current project is missing just one thing I haven't yet considered CPU cooling my copper TRUE's out (though this is what I originally got it for.) the heatpipes won't work - same problem with my intended OCZ reaper X out of current box.
Perhaps when you have a clearer idea on costs I might be interested in this I won't be working at least till the back end of next year but I am not completely devoid of cash. Shipping might kill the deal - that's one big chunk of copper !!
But that's the beauty of it eh...
I need to prioritise my cash...LOL....and hell my PC is prioirity !!!

Just one thing...not sure I will want a acetal top if that's what your going use and I hope it's 1/4" BSPP on the threads.
Edited by zipdogso - 10/26/09 at 6:43pm
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it's probably going to cost 25-30 usd to send and from 110 USD to 130 USD for the block with out insulation or TEC and so on
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