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I'll be printing my pre ordered RX490 Sticker tonight
Can you send me one of those, I need an upgrade.
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so my spwaker blew out on my speaker phone, i hate being on the phone and speaker phone made me able to do things and talk at the same time, i wast going back to holding the phone by tilting my head and pushing up my sholder!




i dont even know here, i was bringing life to a sony Trinitron KV-1510 and the plastic fake wood grain was peeling up, only to revile REAL WOOD GRAIN!!! WHAT? i dont know what that is! not even pulp wood, real wood all the way threw!
also this TV was made in 72 witch makes it the oldest tv i have worked on without a bad crt.



and if i find free time and feel motivated for some overclocking i have a new radiator that makes my other one look horible. put a box fan in front if that and i have the real deal. its a A/C radiator i found in the trash of a car dealership.
    
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I don't suggest using an AC Condenser for water cooling. Instead of being a standard crossflow radiator (water goes through one way, to the end tank, then back up to the outlet) AC condensers tend to snake back and forth many times before getting to the outlet. They're designed to cool gaseous fluids back into a liquid state. Not sure what the flow would be like either compared to a normal radiator.
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post #6614 of 7233
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I don't suggest using an AC Condenser for water cooling. Instead of being a standard crossflow radiator (water goes through one way, to the end tank, then back up to the outlet) AC condensers tend to snake back and forth many times before getting to the outlet. They're designed to cool gaseous fluids back into a liquid state. Not sure what the flow would be like either compared to a normal radiator.

Not to mention the condenser is made of aluminum and you will have problems with galvanic corrosion due to dissimilar metals.
     
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You are a true ghetto rigger hahaha, I'm impressed.
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post #6616 of 7233
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I don't suggest using an AC Condenser for water cooling. Instead of being a standard crossflow radiator (water goes through one way, to the end tank, then back up to the outlet) AC condensers tend to snake back and forth many times before getting to the outlet. They're designed to cool gaseous fluids back into a liquid state. Not sure what the flow would be like either compared to a normal radiator.
well i would have my pump fighting gravity, once i get it started probably by siphoning oil threw it it should be good, flow should be overkill, the pipes are far larger then the ones on my pump, my pumps hose is the same thickness of your average heat pipe. and so i dont have to worry about changing it i would use a few quarts of sae-30 instead of water. plus then if something breaks i don't loose hardwire unlike everyone else's setups. btw the condenser is not on the raitator so that wont be a problem either.
    
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post #6617 of 7233
the "ac radiator" is the condenser. AC units don't have a "radiator" like a car does. They have a condenser. It's primary purpose is to condense the gas back into a liquid by cooling it.

Flow wise it has far LESS flow than a standard radiator (despite its pipe diameter) since a radiator pushes all the fluid through a much larger orifice overall internally, rather than a single pipe snaking back and forth.

While that particular condenser appears to have manifolds in the input and output side, overall you're trying to use it for a function it wasn't designed for.

You would probably be better off using a heater core from a car rather than an AC Condenser.


Oil is probably the worst coolant you could possibly use. It would absolutely demolish your pump due to the viscosity, and oil overall doesn't have great thermal properties vs water. Motor oil is literally 5x worse than water as a thermal conductor.
Edited by Nenkitsune - 6/16/16 at 1:02pm
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I recently upgraded my PC and I did not have a proper ATX case or the money left to buy one. My friend gave me a Fujitsu Siemens Scaleo T for free, so I used it as the case.

Added a 90mm fan in the front bays. It is held on with a single rubber band.


The SSD is mounted with a rubber band as well. The rear fan is from the Pentium 4 cooler. I was not able to screw self tapping screws into it, so I used 4 zip ties. I did not have enough for all of the corners, though. The CPU cooler it too tall and the side panel doesn't fit.. It is held on with masking tape.


The GPU runs a bit hot. I have to find a way to get some air to it. The case has a spot for a front 80mm fan, but I don't have a fan with long enough wires to attach it.
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Screen broke. Removed it and using wireless antennas from a random HP laptop.

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so i saved my poorly tuned woofer box and got my 18 sounding like an 18 without rebuilding, had just enough scrap wood from original cuts to pull it off.
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now dew to lack of proper tools my box is way crooked, 23" on one side 24" on the other, so this pice did not fit right, so i screwed it down and filled the gaps with great stuff since glue wouldnt of done anything for most of the gaps being 1/4 an inch think or so.

and here is a little before and after of just the sundown. Pitchures (Click to show)

doing a tone sweep did not impress me, but once i went to actual music, my mind was blown.
im missing out above 40hz alot compared to blow, but 40-20hz is crazy loud now, every door in the house rattles. i can pick up the missing notes with my alpine with i plan to do when i get home from work.
first 2 songs i played that wowed me were "Big Kurt - My Sub" and "Young Jeezy - What I Do (Just Like That)"
still aint hittin the low low in big kurt my sub so definitely still gonna try and build a T-Line.

my next post will probably be on the scrap kicker, as i plan on putting that thing in custom built box and seeing what it can do.

So… What did you use to power the sub? You can’t just split an RCA cable for it. I’m very interested, since I need to fix a subwoofer I have.
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