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Thanks for your answer thumb.gif .. I know about the sealing channel etc, but it was just to show it very fast - Thats why i wrote "This is just a fast example, but hope you can see the idea" (Not the best to explain myself in English allways)
This I made a little time ago, and thinks its pretty decent ...

And this will be next when I get some machine time, a new EK top that will fit the Shuttle mountings holes on S775 that is different than normal ...

But you got some great points smile.gif ... The base thickness will be around 2mm (Was the plan) to keep some strenght, and a short way to transfer heat to the water ..
Will be using 13/10mm tubing with 1/4" thread, so the hole is around 8.X mm if I remember correct - So if the channel is around 8-9mm wide, there will be no problem if its only 5mm high ? (Or should if be 8x8mm to get the best flow)
Hope that you understand, the school English really need some fine tuning againg smile.gif
- And thanks to all the other answer thumb.gif
Will try go get it, thanks thumb.gif

If you have a lower height to width ratio then you increase flow over a wider area.
Maybe try to include some cuts in the base in the direction of flow to add turbulence and a greater surface area.

Have you actually tested that block top? Finish that off then look to other block types,you take the knowledge from that one to make the next better.

I applaud your efforts so far but dont run before you can walk,i have made that mistake myself and it normally costs.

Perhaps speak to EK tiborr or nateman about it,get some pointers from them. Or look at current blocks and the way they are made.
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post #29962 of 106082
Heya, everyone who's using wc cooling here if i may i have few questions. I'm interesed in building custom loop in near future but never had dealt with wc systems. I understand that i'll need pump/waterblock/radiator. What else will i need to buy - i'm not from de, but any models that are available at caseking - links if not against forum rules would be appreciated. Also someone at local oc forums is selling XSPC RX360 + 3 Nanoxia FX12-1250 for bit under 100$ is this good deal even if i would save it for next gen cpu f.e hasswell? I intend to watercool only cpu at least at start
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post #29963 of 106082
Fittings, tubing, fans, coolant (or DI water), silver kill coil or biocide (if not using coolant), reservoir, drain tap, quick disconnects, SLI bridge (if applicable), temp/flow sensor, fan controller, and on and on and on....
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If you have a lower height to width ratio then you increase flow over a wider area.
Maybe try to include some cuts in the base in the direction of flow to add turbulence and a greater surface area.
Have you actually tested that block top? Finish that off then look to other block types,you take the knowledge from that one to make the next better.
I applaud your efforts so far but dont run before you can walk,i have made that mistake myself and it normally costs.
Perhaps speak to EK tiborr or nateman about it,get some pointers from them. Or look at current blocks and the way they are made.

Just what I was looking after, thanks again thumb.gif

Have not testet the GPU top, still waiting on the owner to send me the cobber parts to test.

Is looking at blocks, and try to learn what best smile.gif - Dont got the mill to make micro channels, but is waiting to get some prices on 1mm mill that can go ~4mm down ...

Would love to do the kind of work that Nateman is doing, but is no where near that yet - Some day in the future i hope to make nice parts to the community smile.gif
Edited by Fonne - 10/21/12 at 1:28pm
post #29965 of 106082
Hi all OCN water cooling gurus,

Noob question here.. rolleyes.gif

How much coolant should I expect to buy for a system consisting of:
1 x EK-CoolStream RAD XTX (360)
1 x EK-CoolStream RAD XTC (280)
1 x CPU block
1 x GPU block
1 x Swiftech MCP35X with MCP35X Reservoir (10cl.)

Will keep the loop as short as possible.
Is 2L enough?

\M
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2L should be more than enough...
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Thank you! thumb.gif
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I have a G1/4 thread tap but I can't find a large enough wrench to hold it. I think this was meant for a cnc/milling machine. Anyways, I got a hold of some thick scrap acrylic and i was planning to make a clear bridge system.
post #29969 of 106082
Hello, ive been thinking bout watercooling my 3930k for about 9 months!! , finally decided im gona go for it, can anyone tell me whats the best 360 rad and pump to go for and also what fans you recommend, wana do a 6 fan push/pull setup if that helps? Thanx
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Hello, ive been thinking bout watercooling my 3930k for about 9 months!! , finally decided im gona go for it, can anyone tell me whats the best 360 rad and pump to go for and also what fans you recommend, wana do a 6 fan push/pull setup if that helps? Thanx

Not to be too rude but in that 9 months you did zero research?
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