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@ Willhemmens

youre going to tear appart the h50 and replace its tubing? if so, wouldnt the h50 break appart? i am interested in your results. i agree you should post up a work log.
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That would be great, or at least post a link back here
Here's the few i got before the camera died.
















Edited by Willhemmens - 12/10/09 at 9:48am
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i cant see them, the link seems dead? maybe incorrect link?

EDIT: i can now

nothing broke? how do you exect to replace the filling? now you will have to keep refiling it when it evaporates, right?
Edited by BreakDown - 12/10/09 at 9:54am
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awesome pics. thanks for posting them.

you should try using a 2x120mm radiator as well. would be interesting to see if the little pump could handle that.
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i cant see them, the link seems dead? maybe incorrect link?

EDIT: i can now

nothing broke? how do you exect to replace the filling? now you will have to keep refiling it when it evaporates, right?
I should be to get it almost as water tight as before, i cut the end off one ot the tubes to see whats inside and to get a measurement of the size of pipe needed.
I plan on using a res in the future and slowly improving to a full custom water loop.

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awesome pics. thanks for posting them.

you should try using a 2x120mm radiator as well. would be interesting to see if the little pump could handle that.
I will post some more if you want, just tell me what you want photo's of and i will take some. I plan on getting tubing and a res in the next few days. Then a pump and bigger radiator, most lightly a 2x120mm one, after chistmas. Will have to take out or do something with the stock pump though then get a decent water block even later.
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I should be to get it almost as water tight as before, i cut the end off one ot the tubes to see whats inside and to get a measurement of the size of pipe needed.
I plan on using a res in the future and slowly improving to a full custom water loop.



I will post some more if you want, just tell me what you want photo's of and i will take some. I plan on getting tubing and a res in the next few days. Then a pump and bigger radiator, most lightly a 2x120mm one, after chistmas. Will have to take out or do something with the stock pump though then get a decent water block even later.
im really interested in your work.

im planning in getting the h50, just to make a first contact at water cooling.

so ill be following your work. great idea, hope it comes out fine.
cheers
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im really interested in your work.

im planning in getting the h50, just to make a first contact at water cooling.

so ill be following your work. great idea, hope it comes out fine.
cheers
Thanks and yeah, i've been fine with air cooling for a good while now and i only wanted to get the H50 so i could get used to water cooling and slowly progress from there.
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Fantastic work Willhemmens, can't wait to see how this turns out! +rep
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EDIT: another question, i know some WC loops need to be "turned on" before you actually turn on your computer, is it the same with the h50?
Nope, you don't need to test the H50 for leaks. All you gotta do is turn that baby on and you're ready to go!
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add me to the club...

running push/pull on mine with AS5 as paste. running about 700mhz overclock, 25~30 idle/35~45 100%.
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