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i never thought of that, do some folding.
I'm going to pull apart my rig now and test the watercooling in it
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i never thought of that, do some folding.
I'm going to pull apart my rig now and test the watercooling in it

Hay Mazza How are things?

Update today

Ok uploaded some more pic's

I used that scanky rad I got from FleaBay. I will try and seal it up as of now it leaks just a bit right at the fitting one the tanks and man this thing need paint!!!! But it's mocked up on there for now I was hoping to get this fired up soon I know everyone is waiting.

I plan on adding the 2nd set of fan's to do a push pull on the rad. I only had 3 of these Scythe KAZE-JYUNI SLIP STREAM 1900 rpm fans I need to get 3 more and a speed controller.

I would have finished up the loop but I need some Y fitting or splitters. I am going to come off the pump with 2) 3/8 lines so I can send one to the CPU and the other to the memory for now. when I get my new pump or pumps that will change in the dual loop system. I would run these in line but the CPU block is restrictive and so is the Memory. To top it off the pump is a weenie TT. If it was a laing D5 I would have ran it inline for sure. I am not worried about the heat from the memory because it don' make that much heat. I am worried about the flow.

I am on the fence here

In my sig rig for a dual loop I used the Primochill Typhoon III and a Laing D5 variable. The Primochill works great but they are poorly made, That happens to be why I have one sitting here now from a RMA these love to leak.

But I did that once, so this time I want to try the XSPC Dual 5.25 Bay Reservoir for Dual Laing DDC's http://www.jab-tech.com/Acrylic-Dual...o-pr-4550.html

I think this is the better option

For now I have the DD res and the TT pump the pump is not bad it just don't have a lot of pressure and the 2 DCC pump would do way better I think.

Well anywho the loop is started

I just need to find something splitter wise for now to get my OCZ Flexx II's on water. They have a strange manifold system for there water blocks and man they are some fat sticks. You can only run 2 of these because the blocks are so fat but 4Gb should do the trick

OK where is my expert on the GA-EP45-UD3P? I think that was you NoGuru.

What the best way to get this Northbridge on water
I have a couple new MCW30 swifty's around doing nothing would they work or does the whole Mosfet northbrige and southbridge thingy have to come off and use all water blocks.

So fill me in one this please?
    
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if you want to use water on just the northbridge you will have to remove the whole northbridge/southbridge/mosfet cooler (only if they are 1 piece).

fearlessleader:things are ok, I've just been mega tired today and didn't get around putting my i7 on water; I'm just to tired! i didnt get to sleep until about 1AM, than a slamming door woke me at 4AM (i live 5 minutes from the sea so we get strong winds here) we had a few windows and doors open and the wind slammed a door and i woke up :/ i barely slept so that is why i didn't get around to doing the watercooling.
I'm sure i might get around ti doing it tomorrow.

that res is ok; i personally would rather (and do) use a T line instead of a res.
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OK where is my expert on the GA-EP45-UD3P? I think that was you NoGuru.

What the best way to get this Northbridge on water
I have a couple new MCW30 swifty's around doing nothing would they work or does the whole Mosfet northbrige and southbridge thingy have to come off and use all water blocks.

So fill me in one this please?
Yep, both sides need to come off. Once you get them off, twist and turn the pipe, while pulling it out and it will come apart. Then before you put the MOSFETT cooler back on, I pulled the blue plate off the top for better air flow. It's held there with double sided thermal tape.
That's your call, I do some high benching so I needed to do this.
I will try and get you some pics.
Edit: Can't get pics uploaded for some reason.
Edited by NoGuru - 12/17/09 at 8:16am
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I would not be holding your breath on this chip being released. I don't think that will ever happen .

Anyway Welcome to OCN . We have a good group of people here. I am in 2 forums this one and the EX forum. If your a real techy person then the EX is OK but the people here are a bit more down to earth and just like a said all around great group.

Now I am in a bit of a holding pattern right now as I still need a few part to get this rig up for testing. It may little bit before I get to the good stuff.

And don't forget if you think I am doing a good job and bringing something worthwhile to the group hit me with them rep points. I do want to put the chip up for sale here when the testing is done.
I'm not worried about it being released as my next upgrade will be a Q9550 so I can skip i5/i7. I'm happy with my e8400 @ 3.8ghz. I'm sure I can get more out of it (4ghz+-), but 3.8 is more than enough for me on air. I was going to upgrade from my e6300 to e8700 over a year ago once information started coming out about this processor, but as it never happened I got my e8400.

Thanks for the welcome!
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if you want to use water on just the northbridge you will have to remove the whole northbridge/southbridge/mosfet cooler (only if they are 1 piece).

fearlessleader:things are ok, I've just been mega tired today and didn't get around putting my i7 on water; I'm just to tired! i didnt get to sleep until about 1AM, than a slamming door woke me at 4AM (i live 5 minutes from the sea so we get strong winds here) we had a few windows and doors open and the wind slammed a door and i woke up :/ i barely slept so that is why i didn't get around to doing the watercooling.
I'm sure i might get around ti doing it tomorrow.

that res is ok; i personally would rather (and do) use a T line instead of a res.
To be honest, I wouldnt worry about putting a block on the NB. The EP45-UD3 series runs exceptionally cool. Robilar did some testing, and with his dual core at 612 FSB, the NB temp was at 35°C.
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Update:

Ok I am sorta back it was a long night but I did get this built. I was up all night working on this bad boy.

So here is where I am at:

I took that ugly rad off and refurbed it. I found the Problem with the leak. There was a small burr where the fitting went in and it cut the o-ring causing the fitting to leak.
Now as for the rest of the rad it was in good shape under that nasty paint someone put on it before me.

I sanded the flats and tanks with 220 grit then 320 and took it out and blew it out with my compressor. I wiped it down with thinner let it dry and shot it Piano Black. I use that color and paint for refubing old cases and new ones too. Vinyl dye comes in handy for modding when you work on plastic parts. I bought one bottle years ago and I can't say how many mods I have done using that stuff. I am a big fan of black so it makes it easy for me.

So now that the Rad was repaired, I was ready to finish the build getting the first loop done took a bit but not bad. I had to work with left over parts for this loop, so I got a bit creative. The return side of the loop is 1/2" and the feed side will be dual 3/8. I will split coming out of the pump and run one 3/8 line to the CPU block and one 3/8" line to the strange manifold set on on the OCZ flex II memory.

http://www.ocztechnology.com/product..._ii_4gb_series

I was short some hardware so to get us underway. I will start the testing with 2Gb of Corsair Dominator C5's Pc2-8500. I have had great luck with this memory so I felt it was a good place to start. I also want to see how each change effects the benchies

I will get that Flex II in later this week I never worked with it before but I always wanted to give shot. I think the water line system looks crappy but in the end this will go in a computer desk one day when it finished as a Hackintosh.

I also Left out the HD 4870 1.0 GB DDR5 XXX (HD-487A-ZDDC) card I have as well

http://www.xfxforce.com/en-us/produc...ries/4870.aspx

I have IandH red heat sinks

http://www.petrastechshop.com/cuhdcokitbyi.html

and MCW60 revision 2 water block for that as well.

http://www.jab-tech.com/Swiftech-MCW...2-pr-4271.html

I have plans to crossfire that too once I find the matching card.

So I opted to use my old Asus HD2900XT 512 to get this started and its on air so it just make life easy here at the start.

BTW, I am looking for a some good Benchmarking software other then the 3Dmark stuff. Please let know your suggestions.

I have been doing most of my stuff old school. Using Prime95 and 3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 06, CpuZ for Validation, Speedfan and Real Temp for temps. So any help bringing me up to speed in this area would be a great help.

Here is some picture of my latest handy work.

This rad came out pretty good seeing it look like crap and leaked. Also since it was very late last night I only gave it one coat. Before it's done I will sand it again with 4oo grit and give one more it should great then. Oh I should mention I am waiting on a fan controller and 3 more fans to get set up push pull. So the fan wire look like a rats nest but that jusr for now.









Here you can see the strange manifold system they use on the OCX Flex II I think it will not be easy to get these in my loop and look neat.









Here is the card I will get in here soon and hope to pair up in crossfire also get these opn water in my loops



Hear is some of the work I did last night. I can say after working with the OCZ GameXteam that the cableing is a real pain and I can say the Modular is the way to go. I thing I have only owned to like this. I will have my work cut out for me to ever get this cable salad to look good for sure.

The Antec 900 is a nice case but some room to hide cables would be nice. The other thing I don't like about this case it the front panel wires are too short about 2 or 3" would not have killed them. The 8 pin CPU power cable is long on this PSU but even so I will need a extension to route this better.

In the last few days I have built 3 water cooled Pc's 1 was in a CM Stacker 830 that was a great case. The other was my wife Lian Li PC-A10. This was one of the best built cases I ever used. It had a little less room then the stacker and about the same a the Antec 900 but it had it over the the 900. I look at the 900 and it feels cheap compared to the other 2 I used. I guess this is a you get what you pay for. The 900 sells for about 99 bucks the other 2 in the 150 to 200 range.

Oh btw the CM Store has the killer painted Stackers for 300 free shipped if you looking.









Ok that will do it for tonight. I will get some rest and fire this bad boy up tomorrow and see where it goes .

Don't forget please suggest good benchies you want to see.

Cool hope you like the update
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Lookin' good!!!
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Lookin' good!!!
Thanks its a start anyway I should bet booted tomorrow. I need a break tonight, I need to get some part ordered up too. I wish I had a modular PSU. I don't like using a hardwired PSU in a widowed case. I want to work on putting my water block on the Hd4870 and getting my flex II's in.

I am real happy I could fix my Rad, now can spend that money on a pair of Laing DCC's so I can get that TT toy pump out of there!!
    
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