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Well, those of us who own them are just badass people really.
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post #3912 of 105794
Here are my GPU and CPU loops.........finally finished and working correctly. the gpu loop worked perfect first try, but it took about 5 tries to get the chiller loop working good.

EDIT: it still does 4.5GHz
LL
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Edited by ny_driver - 8/30/10 at 5:05pm
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post #3913 of 105794
Proud of you, bro.
    
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post #3914 of 105794
too many up-close pic i want to see the whole thing. also lets see where your mounting the rads, i need some ideas on where to mount them. i got a cheap $40 case and a triple rad that wont fit inside.
Edited by valtopps - 8/30/10 at 9:58pm
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post #3916 of 105794
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Well, those of us who own them are just badass people really.

I wish to be one of the badass haha, but my pocket wouldn't allow me to.
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post #3917 of 105794
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Is that just uv colored tubing or dyed water? Or a combination of both?

Very nice color to it
Thanks. It is Feser red UV active tubing, no dye in the water. The light is the UV lamp. Did not want something that would light up my room at night, so went a bit subtle.
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post #3918 of 105794






My Latest update, Swiftech NB water block and probably the last liquid update for a while.

Dropped temps 2 Degrees C on the CPU, 4 Degrees C on my main/top video card and 10 degrees C on the NB itself.

Who knew adding that block would help in so many places besides where applied?
post #3919 of 105794
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My Latest update, Swiftech NB water block and probably the last liquid update for a while.

Dropped temps 2 Degrees C on the CPU, 4 Degrees C on my main/top video card and 10 degrees C on the NB itself.

Who knew adding that block would help in so many places besides where applied?

how did you mount your rad can we see a pic of it. i got a cheap case and a triple rad is not going inside of it.
post #3920 of 105794
I'll see about getting some shots but it will be tricky moving it out far enough to get a good view.

Basically I used some universal mounting brackets to hold the rad and then just put some self taping screws into the case at just the right spot.

It is still a work in progress since I have to remove the rad to take the cover off or on.

Looking at more universal brackets mounted on the case and then either a pin or thumbscrews to attach rad brackets to it.
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