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bobfig, what's in that wooden box?
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bobfig, what's in that wooden box?
lmao every time i post these pics every one asks

its a starving student headphone amp. i made the box to house the amp.
more picks here: http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f6/mil...ml#post5775948
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post #193 of 105797
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Okay you're gonna get the obligatory "FILL YOUR RES!!!" comment. Makes me nervous.
You're nervous for no reason then. There is no rule that states a reservoir must be full in order for it to do it's job. I don't see why you would believe that. My reservoir is a standard kitchen container so it is not fully sealed at the top, meaning there is no way I would want it full as I move my pc a lot and it would leak over my hardware. Doesn't matter how much water you have in your res, as long as the water is moving through the tubes then it's not going to be a problem. Only issue I see with a reservoir not completely full is the sound of the water trickling.
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Low levels can start a vortex which will suck in large air bubbles, which will break up and take up space in your radiator, pump impeller, and blocks.
Yours doesn't look low enough/ high flow enough for this to happen, but its one reason to watch your res levels.
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I'm about to be a part of this club as soon as my pump and rad get here. Already got the blocks and tubing.
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post #196 of 105797
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I'm about to be a part of this club as soon as my pump and rad get here. Already got the blocks and tubing.
yay me too.
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Low levels can start a vortex which will suck in large air bubbles, which will break up and take up space in your radiator, pump impeller, and blocks.
Yours doesn't look low enough/ high flow enough for this to happen, but its one reason to watch your res levels.
Oh I'm well aware of that. I'm fairly annoyed that someone who knows nothing about my system and its design is telling me that I need to fill up my tank when I am the one who built it and has thought about this stuff already. There are reasons why I do not fill this tank up completely and I feel it's a little presumptuous to make that kind of call without knowing the circumstances :S My pump is not running as fast as it could be due to having a broken fan controller slot. Even if it were on full power my water level is still acceptable. It's near full and I never let it drop down past the bottom of the output tube from the CPU block. Even since those pictures were taken I've topped it up further. Like I said, if I fill my tank up to the top, I'm going to have leaks and I'd really rather not have that happen. Sorry if I come across poorly, but I'm quite annoyed. I may be a girl but I do know what I'm doing -.-
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Oh I'm well aware of that. I'm fairly annoyed that someone who knows nothing about my system and its design is telling me that I need to fill up my tank when I am the one who built it and has thought about this stuff already. There are reasons why I do not fill this tank up completely and I feel it's a little presumptuous to make that kind of call without knowing the circumstances :S My pump is not running as fast as it could be due to having a broken fan controller slot. Even if it were on full power my water level is still acceptable. It's near full and I never let it drop down past the bottom of the output tube from the CPU block. Even since those pictures were taken I've topped it up further. Like I said, if I fill my tank up to the top, I'm going to have leaks and I'd really rather not have that happen. Sorry if I come across poorly, but I'm quite annoyed. I may be a girl but I do know what I'm doing -.-
Wow. Note to self, don't give friendly suggestion/reminders to spindermonkey.
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post #199 of 105797
I stared at this thread too long. Now I can't look at the Haven without crying out loud why mah W/C looks so BAD.

Will take pics when finished (~4 days). Hope you don't laugh too much!
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Wow. Note to self, don't give friendly suggestion/reminders to spindermonkey.
Agreed. Next time I will ask for a complete system workup before being silly and telling someone to fill their res.
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