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Originally Posted by Renegade5399
Ok, well in a couple of weeks I will be getting Stinger Block rev3 and another WC setup (pump, res, block, rad, etc) from fstfrddy. I have 2 P4 2.4 Northwoods that I am going to cool. What I plan on doing is this:

Tying the new cooling equip into my existing loop. So, 2 rads will be cooling the 2 P4's, my A64 3000+, and my 6800 GPU. Now from what I have been seeing with my current setup leads me to believe that this will yield great temps.

Plan to go like this:

Out Rad #1 into P4 #1
Out P4 #1 into P4 #2 (which is clocked lower due to mobo FSB restriction)
Out P4 #2 into Res #1
Out Res #1 into Pump #1
Out Pump #1 into Rad #2
Out Rad #2 into A64
Out A64 into 6800
Out 6800 into Res #2
Out Res #2 into Pump #2
Out Pump #2 into Rad #1

With 2 Res's, 2 Bonnie Cores, and all that tubing, you're looking at around 2 gallons of fluid to warm up. This should allow me to keep my OC's even during the summer months. We'll soon see!
That sounds stellar!! A giant of a W/C setup! That will be like power plant cooling! You should turn the rads upright and build cones around them so it looks like dual nuclear power cooling towers!
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looking good, we expect to see more
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really amazing stuff. I wished I had the ability to pull that kind of stuff off. But before I try, have to read hella of a lot more posts and save money lol
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really amazing stuff. I wished I had the ability to pull that kind of stuff off. But before I try, have to read hella of a lot more posts and save money lol
The know-how is the easy part. I did a lot of reading (here and other sites) and just use common sense. I am lucky enough to have a job that allows me to do projects like this and still pay the bills. I knew there was a reason I went to college! But seriously, this is going to be a monster setup and should yield nice stable temps.
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Uh-oh...guess what's heeeerrrrreeee?? Thats right, Stinger Block ver. 3.0. Along with all the other equip (except tubing) to build my cooling plant. Sadly (for you guys), I am going to the movies with my girlfriend and will be unable to snap any photos at this time. Tomorrow I will be placing my order for 25' of Primoflex 1/2" ID tubing and some green (maybe blue) UV dye. And then the fun begins...
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Oh i cant wait!
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post #77 of 106
I would like to see those results.


kida

This summer I am building a new rig that will have 2 seprate water cooling loops.

pump 1---rad---cpu---northbrige---res---pump 1

pump 2---rad----gpu 1 and 2--- res---- pump 2

all of this will be internal, I got this all planed out.
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In what can only be called a modern shipping miracle, all my stuff came today! My tubing and dye from voyeurmods.com, my DFI mobo from blazin-asian, and *drum roll* my Cosworth Coolant!! I have assembled my "Cooling Plant" and am typing from my main rig now. I am in the process of cleaning up and posting the pics on imageshack as we speak. I will update this in a lil bit! I will then fire up each rig (of the 3) one at a time and record the temps and post those results as well. Oh happy day!


The Cosworth


The Dye
post #79 of 106
Holy dual pump loop batman!!!!! I would but i'm too stingy with my moolahz....lol....i don;t really think my vidcards need extra cooling anyway....
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As promised here are the pics of the job. *Fred: The pics are huge, sorry buddy! I know you have dial-up.*

Here is the Apogee installed in my 2.97GHz rig:



That's the only shot I got of that block. This project includes the installation of Stinger Block ver. 3.0, so a majority of the pics are going to be that. If I wanted to showcase the Apogee, I would just link to their page. LOL

Now for the Stinger Block Pics!!


Bling bling!


Note how Fred jets the inlet barb!






Just look at that finish! You can see a mirror image of the studs in that top.


All plumbed up and ready to go.


The rigs, the pump, and the res.


The rads. Yea baby!


Look at all that noise I eliminated!

Pics of the temps will be up soon, I promise! What an incredible project this has turned out to be. I never had an interest in water cooling until I came to this site. Look at me go!
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