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Someone used the Enzotech amd to 775 adapter and were able to use the intel Rasa bracket with an am3+ board. He had to mod it a bit but it was nice to see a way to use the good looking intel bracket and avoid the fugly (lets be honest here, its the truth sadly) amd brackets.
http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1412039/width/525/height/700

New I Had Seen That Done Before
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I used the 775 mounting holes instead of the 1155. For some reason I couldn't get the 1155 holes to work... maybe I was being daft, but the 775 holes worked fine (even though it looks a little crooked). In the pics I posted, the block is very well mounted on the board over a CPU and tested thoroughly before powering up the hole rig wink.gif

Thanks for the compliments!
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@tubing off barb question... nobody suggested hair dryer set on low? Should only take a minute give or take to warm up the tubing enough to pull it while the barb is still in place. Make sure to bleed first if you can or have a catch pan directly under the barb you intend to pull. smile.gif

@werm... poke.gif Duuuuuuuude so sux for you. Not only is your system down, but wife will make you sleep on couch or have long list of Honey Dos' to take care of before she relinquishes the checkbook... eek.gif

*Edit* Nevermind... 129

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Edited by Ceadderman - 12/18/11 at 8:13pm
 
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One of the circuit breakers went (most likely from the heater I was running). Switched the breaker back on, powered on rig, cpu over heating error (@ 97°c eek.gif), pump doesn't power back on frown.gif. Its probably dead sad-smiley-002.gif
Time to look for a replacement frown.gif
btw, new case incoming biggrin.gif
edit: She might still be alive!!!!! testing in progress...

Wait a minute didn't you have a surge protector or UPS?
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One of the circuit breakers went (most likely from the heater I was running). Switched the breaker back on, powered on rig, cpu over heating error (@ 97°c eek.gif), pump doesn't power back on frown.gif. Its probably dead sad-smiley-002.gif
Time to look for a replacement frown.gif
btw, new case incoming biggrin.gif
edit: She might still be alive!!!!! testing in progress...

Wait a minute didn't you have a surge protector or UPS?

I hate to tell you this, but most so called surge protectors are junk and won't save jack unless there is a short.
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Wait a minute didn't you have a surge protector or UPS?
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@tubing off barb question... nobody suggested hair dryer set on low? Should only take a minute give or take to warm up the tubing enough to pull it while the barb is still in place. Make sure to bleed first if you can or have a catch pan directly under the barb you intend to pull. smile.gif
@werm... poke.gif Duuuuuuuude so sux for you. Not only is your system down, but wife will make you sleep on couch or have long list of Honey Dos' to take care of before she relinquishes the checkbook... eek.gif
*Edit* Nevermind... 129
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I hate to tell you this, but most so called surge protectors are junk and won't save jack unless there is a short.

I found the issue, it was the card itself. Something was up since I would on random get bsod with error 116. I got the card back on the stock cooler and I noticed some of the pad was broken up on the vrms (bought the card mounted with the block from an ocn member). I was able to boot with the stock cooler and I noticed how high the stock voltage on this card was. Could explain the 116 error and the nasty side effect after the power was cut. I fixed the pads on the block and all three are running in concert again. I do have a surge protector but things can go boom even with a decent one. Glad I escaped this one. The wiring in my home is all jacked up. I'm hoping to get a better place if not our own place sometime soon.

In the mean time, I have a new case incoming. So it was a good opportunity to start removing a few things and start prepping for my new case wink.gif
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I hate to tell you this, but most so called surge protectors are junk and won't save jack unless there is a short.

What about a UPS with voltage regulation?
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My PRIME surge protector does pretty good, I've had it for a couple years now and it's not failed me once. I know I need to get battery backups(same thing btw) but I never have the money so I'm hoping to make this last at least until I have the funds to get it done. wink.gif

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Hey guys, I could really use some recommendations on some good clear tubing to buy, as well as a website to buy from that will ship internationally (I live in New Zealand). Will be using Mayhem's dye in the loop so am hoping for something that doesn't tend to cloud up over time. Thanks in advance smile.gif

Performance pc's : www.performance-pcs.com have bought a crap load of stuff from them, namely the current loop I built but havent posted
Frozen cpu : www.frozencpu.com havent bought but they have lots of stock albeit bit more expensive
Jab-tech : www.jab-tech.com bought rasa kit from there, good prices and shipping
Sidewinders : www.sidewindercomputers.com also good, decent pricing and shipping, less stock

All above ship to nz smile.gif

Theres also petras, and gammod in aussie but i dont know if they ship to nz. Can also try computerlounge thats nz store but pretty damn pricey :/

Hope this helps lol
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Hey guys, I could really use some recommendations on some good clear tubing to buy, as well as a website to buy from that will ship internationally (I live in New Zealand). Will be using Mayhem's dye in the loop so am hoping for something that doesn't tend to cloud up over time. Thanks in advance smile.gif

Using Primochill PrimoFlex 12mmx19mm (1/2x3/4) and its not super clear since its thick. I'm using compression so changing tube size is out of the question. Something slightly smaller like 16mm for od may have a bit more clarity though a 10mmx12mm would be ideal but its a different id size.

Mayhems is holding up quite nicely in my build thumb.gif
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