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Had a bit of a result today,salvaged an old workstation from work.

You have a day job?!
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Honestly I would have Nils send me a small portion of each to get a sense of what I want to do. He's pretty good about such things. thumb.gif
I dunno

Ceramique...


Whenever I use Ceramique (generally for washers and not for TIM) I'm always reminded by the texture and tackiness, of Jet Puffed. biggrin.gif lulz

stuff is a serious PITA to apply. It gets on everything. doh.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

wth.gif dude, where's the old ceadderman....I guess long gone....so is the quad 932 stacked Deathstar rolleyes.gif.

edit: Meh, its ah'ight thumb.gif

On topic: placed my final order to get my loop finally finished after waiting a month for a dead-beat seller who never did squat.

What a pain to test all these fittings redface.gif.

Meh, I'm still me. Never used Ceramique for chip cooling. My brother was given a tube of the stuff in the mid 90s and he used it for a couple applications but just tossed it and forgot it in a drawer. I inherited the stuff, but generally went for Shin Etsu products over Arctic Silver before he ever gave it to me. biggrin.gif

And I squashed the Triple 932 due to a couple people mating dual 932s based on what I had publicly intended to do. I'm more of a banging my drum to the tune of what is rattling around in my head, than following the crowd who take my ideas and run with them. Also didn't help that I moved for two years and shelved my build during that time. axesmiley.png

Still modding the 932 however, but instead of putting the information out I am slowly working on it and will document all when it's finished instead. We had three doublewides happen from the time I mentioned and started work. Two 932s and a HAF X. They were pretty interesting and I'm happy to have helped push this at a time when Case Labs were a novelty and Danger Den were working on their wide body design. But really, I have learned from my mistakes...

...I think. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Honestly I would have Nils send me a small portion of each to get a sense of what I want to do. He's pretty good about such things. thumb.gif
I dunno

Ceramique...
v.

Whenever I use Ceramique (generally for washers and not for TIM) I'm always reminded by the texture and tackiness, of Jet Puffed. biggrin.gif lulz

stuff is a serious PITA to apply. It gets on everything. doh.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Uhhhh, kinda looks like something else besides Marshmallow Creme, can be just as sticky though.

If that's what you're ummm throwing... I think you need to get to a physician and pronto. lachen.gif

~Ceader smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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You have a day job?!

Doesnt everybody?
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Doesnt everybody?

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my creation..not cool as yours but works smile.gif

Your Video card man. its looks like to much heavy and carefully with that. I can see on image that its not fully horizontally and try to help motherboard for future pcie slot brake
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Thought that I would post some pics of my build here. Very happy with how it turned out. smile.gif

Great work, very nice bends!
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Quick question, two D5 varios on setting 3 shouldn't have problems with flow using a 360 and 480 hardware labs black ice nemesis gts rads correct?

I know they are a restrictive radiator and that's why I ask. Other than it would be the typical amount of 1 cpu 2 gpu blocks along with array of fittings.

It takes an awful lot to cause actual problems with flow. Pretty much all watercooling gear works just fine down to 2LPM and because restriction increases with the square of flow rate but also decreases in the same way, it doesn't take much to achieve that.
The D5, like most pumps, makes most of its pressure in the top half of its speed range so two pumps on setting 3 is actually less power than a single at full speed. Two GTS rads is not over the top though.

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Thought that I would post some pics of my build here. Very happy with how it turned out. smile.gif

Thats pretty. I would have made some different choices on the connections to shorten some tubing runs but other than that very nice.
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Thats pretty. I would have made some different choices on the connections to shorten some tubing runs but other than that very nice.

Thanks for the kind words. I'm always up for inputs, so please share your thoughts if you like. wink.gif
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Meh, I'm still me. Never used Ceramique for chip cooling. My brother was given a tube of the stuff in the mid 90s and he used it for a couple applications but just tossed it and forgot it in a drawer. I inherited the stuff, but generally went for Shin Etsu products over Arctic Silver before he ever gave it to me. biggrin.gif

And I squashed the Triple 932 due to a couple people mating dual 932s based on what I had publicly intended to do. I'm more of a banging my drum to the tune of what is rattling around in my head, than following the crowd who take my ideas and run with them. Also didn't help that I moved for two years and shelved my build during that time. axesmiley.png

Still modding the 932 however, but instead of putting the information out I am slowly working on it and will document all when it's finished instead. We had three doublewides happen from the time I mentioned and started work. Two 932s and a HAF X. They were pretty interesting and I'm happy to have helped push this at a time when Case Labs were a novelty and Danger Den were working on their wide body design. But really, I have learned from my mistakes...

...I think. biggrin.gif
If that's what you're ummm throwing... I think you need to get to a physician and pronto. lachen.gif

~Ceader smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
you mentioned you have a haf 932? I have a few of those laying around my house not being used and I'm currently trying to build one up to be a HTPC with the x99 or z170 chipset. I don't care about the size of the case as far as that goes, but want to shove a 360 rad up top and hopefully at 240 in the front if I remove the drive bays. I don't want to mod it a whole lot. Anyway I was just curious if you had any thoughts on as to whether I need to pull the top cover off with the power button or if it can go back on after the rad is mounted. Others have said that the back vent on the top part lets out enough air from the part of the rad covered buy it since it has vents in the back and they say they can noticeably feel air flow although I'm not quite sure I believe this. Anybody have any input on this matter? It would be greatly appreciated. I'm also a little worried about the size of the rad with the fans sticking down too far I know a push-pull configuration is probably pushing it with a 60 millimeter rad up top and 25 millimeter fans as I might bump into or push down on the top of the 4 pin cpu cable.
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