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post #2931 of 105881
updated

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Originally Posted by spiderm0nkey View Post
Hey kev, check out this link. It has the info on changing width and height. I couldn't get it working last night and didn't have time to play around further as I had work.
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...your-post.html
Zodac sent me that link and i was able to figure it out. :-)

thanks again!

now we just have to copy all this stuff over... :-(
Edited by kevingreenbmx - 7/9/10 at 4:49pm
post #2932 of 105881
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Originally Posted by Salvo210 View Post



Still have some upgrading to do. Plan on gettin an ek plexi/nickel block for my 5970 and a 360 rad on top for it. o yeah waiting on some 1/2" ID Nickel EK PSC compression fittings...among other things
Smallest. Loop. Ever. Seriously, you must have only like 14" of tubing there ha ha.

Looks good man.
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Smallest. Loop. Ever. Seriously, you must have only like 14" of tubing there ha ha.

Looks good man.
Agreed!



+ to Salvo
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post #2934 of 105881
I'm in with my first WCing setup.

Simple setup with an:
Apogee XT
360 Swiftech MCR320-DRIVE
Bitspower Water Tank Z





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post #2935 of 105881
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Smallest. Loop. Ever. Seriously, you must have only like 14" of tubing there ha ha.

Looks good man.
Guess you haven't seen KShirza's build.
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update



Kevin, the link to Shirza's post on the first page goes to some other post.

Just loaded both CPU and GPU with 43c on the CPU and 40c on the GPU. Me likey
post #2936 of 105881
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Originally Posted by Salvo210 View Post

Still have some upgrading to do. Plan on gettin an ek plexi/nickel block for my 5970 and a 360 rad on top for it. o yeah waiting on some 1/2" ID Nickel EK PSC compression fittings...among other things

May I suggest one tiny aesthetics improvement?
Instead of going underneath the 'motherboard tray', route the little blue wire underneath the motherboard. (see pic below - the dotted blue)

This hides a longer portion of the cable, especially the cable is blue (which does not match your black/red theme).

BTW, that connector is the CPU_fan. Why is it only one single blue cable? What is it for exactly?
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The wire is for the pump
post #2938 of 105881
Someone sign me up for this club.



Turned it on like 10 minutes ago. Running nice and cool sub 30's.
    
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post #2939 of 105881
Finished my loop today, leak tested for 6 hours and in the process of running prime95 for some hours. By the looks of it, sitting at 29-30 idle and 45-47 load. huge improvement over that junk heatsink i just got rid of.

Ended up getting the heatkiller lc instead of lt to save a few bucks.


The business side of the xspc x20 750 and the top part of the swiftech mcp120 qp.


finally, the front. for a small case i'm happy with everything i've fit into it.


( i cleaned the front after i took the picture, no more finger prints. )
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post #2940 of 105881
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Originally Posted by Machiyariko View Post
I'm in with my first WCing setup.

Simple setup with an:
Apogee XT
360 Swiftech MCR320-DRIVE
Bitspower Water Tank Z

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O.o what r those fans? how tick n whats cfm/db? lol their hella thick
    
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