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You'll never know till you try, personally I'd go at least a 240, maybe get another 120 and mount it on the rear exhaust fan? Either way mate its addictive, one rad wont satisfy you once the bug bites. thumb.gif

Tell me about it, I thought after I'd finished building the PC id be over it.

Nope smile.gif

I'm interested in modding my case a bit and doing a WC loop, hopefully the obsession will have subsided by then.

I was thinking a 240 rad, not sure it will it into the bottom of my case without cutting holes to fit the rad down there. Mounting it in the roof is an option, but I'd rather keep airflow front>back/top and I think it will look neater in the bottom. I can try this and replace the rad with a 240 later maybe. Will the lump I linked be ok for a 240 rad? Does 640/L per hour.
    
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You'll never know till you try, personally I'd go at least a 240, maybe get another 120 and mount it on the rear exhaust fan? Either way mate its addictive, one rad wont satisfy you once the bug bites. thumb.gif

Ah, I think u meant maybe putting a 2nd 120mm rad in the back as well smile.gif Nice
    
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So getting back to those pumps running at 24v......I notice the Swiftech MCP655 pumps are rated for 24V. Anyone know what the difference in flow is from 12 to 24v? Just curious, I can't imagine me needing it. Guessing it would depend on how good the impeller is/what top is used but I'll take a ballpark number if anyone wants to volunteer one. biggrin.gif
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So getting back to those pumps running at 24v......I notice the Swiftech MCP655 pumps are rated for 24V. Anyone know what the difference in flow is from 12 to 24v? Just curious, I can't imagine me needing it. Guessing it would depend on how good the impeller is/what top is used but I'll take a ballpark number if anyone wants to volunteer one. biggrin.gif
Little to no difference for a regular D5 pump.

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Little to no difference for a regular D5 pump.

Thanks for posting that, I was curious myself.
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Originally Posted by sortableturnip View Post

That fan mount on the top cooler scares me. It doesn't look like there is much space between the floor of the cooler and the opening. Is the top cooler sloped so the water naturally runs down to the front?

Yeh right now there isn't much clearance. I have the top section partitioned so the back few drains aren't getting water. When I do the final assembly, I will have a barrier in there to keep water from going out the back fan.

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What kind of lens is on that camera? I felt like I was watching it through one of those carnival fun house mirrors.
Props on the evap cooling integrated into the case. Looks pretty cool.
I eventually plan on doing some kind of evap cooling, but will likely use PVC misting nozzles. Those were actually what we used to cure the concrete canoe this year. They generated a very fine mist, but they were also powered by the building's water lines, so I imagine the pressure was significantly higher.

IT's a wide angle lense mounted to my 18-55mm lense on a nikon d5100. Yeah, getting a pump to do water misting is a whole other ball game. When I used water injection on my car (We use water injection to bring down air temps in our turbocharger air hoses in order to get better power from the forced induction systems) one high flow pump was for just one injector, albeit a bit higher flow rate than what you would need for evap cooling. Also keep in mind, if you mist all your water, yes it will cool great, but your fan will also blow it all out and you will go through gallons every hour.
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'Twas tweezered. Now biting my nails until I get things plugged in and boot it.

your avatar sais it all....

glad to hear you got it goign again biggrin.gif

so a question for teh wc folks here. I got a 655 and im wcing my xbox 360. Im looking at getting a nice looking but cheap *must be cheap* top/res for it must be a cylinder. any recomendations. Also from dazmode would be prefered as im in canada and hate the border
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Will the lump I linked be ok for a 240 rad? Does 640/L per hour.

I have never seen or heard of those pumps mate, doesn't mean they are no good but tbh the pump is one thing you don't want to cheap out on, they can always be used in a future build/upgrade, so better of getting a good one from the get go. . Thats just my opinion btw, maybe someone who has used those pumps will come along with some better info. If you don't want to spend a lot maybe have a look at the EK DCP pumps
Good luck with the build.
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That evap water cooling system looks really cool but it is awful loud. Not sure I'd want my computer sitting next to me sounding like it was having a pee all day, lol...
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That evap water cooling system looks really cool but it is awful loud. Not sure I'd want my computer sitting next to me sounding like it was having a pee all day, lol...

First, Thanks! Second, The reflex to pee to the sound of water goes away very quickly and permanently. That's medical fact. Third, the constant noise in the video is a fan I had sitting next to me, Fourth, I ordered glass rock chunks to put in the bottom of the cooler to deaden the noise of the water falling. The top cooler is virtually silent, It's the sound from the bottom that you can hear. And it's really not that loud in general. The sound you hear in the video isn't right either, it will be more of a constant rainfall sound like I had in my Project Rainfall's coolers.
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