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Shouldn't these be switched downwards, Aren't water suppose to rise from the bottom to the top of the rad instead of running it from all the way to the top?
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Originally Posted by pcnuttie View Post
Shouldn't these be switched downwards, Aren't water suppose to rise from the bottom to the top of the rad instead of running it from all the way to the top?
It shouldnt make a difference, the radiator is dualpass (or whatever you call it when the water goes one way then back again!)

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The H50 is cooled in a push/pull exhaust configurtion. The fans are Scythe S-FLEX SFF21F and seem to do OK and are pretty quiet.
The air boxes are home-made 40 mm deep and attached to the H50 rad with 6x32 - 3" bolts.

In the 5.25" bay there are 2 Antec TriCool 120mm fans connected together with another home-made 48mm airbox. The fans are held in a pair of Antec 900 fan holders. Xmisery inspired me with his own "air tunnel".
Ed...
Wow!! That came together very nicely!

Yeah, I was just looking at this and going, omg! This looks sort of like mine, but better! haha
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I've attached a drawing of my 120mm airbox. I assume no responsible for its use or suitability in use for any purpose.
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Did you end up doing the work yourself? If I wanted to replicate what you've done, where can I get the materials and what tools would I need to make these? Thanks in advance!
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Did you end up doing the work yourself? If I wanted to replicate what you've done, where can I get the materials and what tools would I need to make these? Thanks in advance!
X2 or how much would you charge for one?
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Did you end up doing the work yourself? If I wanted to replicate what you've done, where can I get the materials and what tools would I need to make these? Thanks in advance!
I bought the Acrylic plastic at a local retail plastic supplier. They have a "scrap bin" as most plastic shops do. They sell it by the pound which turns out at about 1/3 the cost of cut-size-pieces.

Acrylic cuts nicely with a table saw. I sand the edges with 100, 120, 200, then 320 grit sandpaper. This takes about 15 mins for a box this size.

The edges are then buffed with a cotton buffing wheel (I rigged up in my drill press) with "red" rouge which takes just a just a few minutes to get the edges clear.

I have a 4 oz can of IPS acrylic cement which will glue up about 100 boxes or more

Also needed is an applicator bottle which has a micro needle (about $2.75). The cement is super fluid and only a few drops is needed to glue up the whole box.

So little is required that I only add enough cement to the applicator to cover the bottom of the 2 oz bottle and don't bother to put the unused cement back in the can!

The 3 airboxes cost me $11 but the cement was more than 1/2 of that cost. My last can I bought lasted 15 years before it evaporated.

And, no, I won't sell these!
Edited by BlueFox - 2/15/10 at 1:02pm
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Originally Posted by BlueFox View Post
I bought the Acrylic plastic at a local retail plastic supplier. They have a "scrap bin" as most plastic shops do. They sell it by the pound which turns out at about 1/3 the cost of cut-size-pieces.

Acrylic cuts nicely with a table saw. I sand the edges with 100, 120, 200, then 320 grit sandpaper. This takes about 15 mins for a box this size.

The edges are then buffed with a cotton buffing wheel (I rigged up in my drill press) with "red" rouge which takes just a just a few minutes to get the edges clear.

I have a 4 oz can of IPS acrylic cement which will glue up about 100 boxes or more

Also is need is a applicator bottle which has a micro needle (about $2.75). The cement is super fluid and only a few drops is needed to glue up the whole box.

So little is required that I only add enough cement to the applicator to cover the bottom of the 2 oz bottle and don't bother to put the unused cement back in the can!

The 3 airboxes cost me $11 but the cement was more than 1/2 of that cost. My last can I bought lasted 15 years before it evaporated.

And, no, I won't sell these!
Very nice, thanks for sharing!
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I've attached a drawing of my 120mm airbox. I assume no responsible for its use or suitability in use for any purpose.
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Nice! Iove seeing the creative side of our membership
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