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post #11 of 21
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OMG,

That thing looks bigger than my first car.

And all the weight is above the cpu/mb hanging in space. I can't believe that there have not been some mb's ripped in half by incidental contact!

I never thought I would consider water in my case but even that seems better, it just looks dangerous. wow

Does it have gas in the heat pipes or just air?

mjm
Nah there's no worry of damaging your motherboard or other components IF you install the Big Typhoon properly with the H brackets supplied onto the back of your motherboard.

Or there would be numerous cases of people getting their mobos raped by the Big Typhoon. ROFL.
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post #12 of 21
i never used the TT big water POS that came with my tia-chi case beacuse it was theres no way it was going to even handle my PD950 so i gutted it before even trying the 1/4" tube with 3/8 the 84 liter/hour pump with a switftech 92 gal/hour , moded the heater core on the door so it has 3/8 barbs, pluss added 2 1x20mm coolrads mounted in the drivebays, the cheapo x1975 w blue turbo tunnels reports CPU at 9C so its about 5C off at least but i dont care the waterblock and everthing else is cool to the touch so im sure its fine. btw the 950 at 269x17 = > fx60 , the only thing holding my back is DDR2 ,DDR 800 @CAS3 is just not enough for this CPU
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post #13 of 21
i think the heatpipes have ethanol in them. They work on a phase-change basis with the vapour carrying the heat to the cooler end of the pipe.
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post #14 of 21
Your temps can be monitored by Speed Fan (free) Mother Board Monitor MBM (free) or if it's an Asus--with the utility called Asus Probe.

IMO your temps are too high and you should hold off on insane OCing until you get proper cooling. Water is a better medium for heat exchange--bottom line. No amount of air cooling can possibly lower your temps as well as a high end WC set up.

That said--at stock speeds my CPU temp is one degree over my mobo temp which is about 5-7 C over ambient (room temp). When folding at my usual 3.85 ghz and not overvolted my temps stay in the hgih 30's and low 40's C.

When OCed to 4.09 and not overvolted, stable and folding, my load temps would stay in the mid-high 40's C.

Right now I am totally maxed out (IMO) at 4.2 ghz and stable.

My temps right now are 52--I am at a 40% OC (4205) and overvolted to 1.6--I am under load folding and doing a lot of multitasking (about seven explorer windows open on average) and a little rendering as well.

Yes water works well--if you choose high end components and use some care in assembling and installing the set up--no I would not recommend a kit, anymore than I would recommend a pre-built PC--DIY for sure and save some loot on top of building a premier set up.

Despite how huge and well engineered an air cooled HS is , a good WB, good pump, decent heatercore, shrouds and fans will outperform it. However it is a challenge--and if it isn't your cup of tea then there are some awesome new HS designs out there.
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Yes water works well--if you choose high end components and use some care in assembling and installing the set up--no I would not recommend a kit, anymore than I would recommend a pre-built PC--DIY for sure and save some loot on top of building a premier set up.

Despite how huge and well engineered an air cooled HS is , a good WB, good pump, decent heatercore, shrouds and fans will outperform it. However it is a challenge--and if it isn't your cup of tea then there are some awesome new HS designs out there.
Very nice work on your custom box. I am impressed with your "Artwork"!

You might wish to turn this into a sideline as a hobby if you truly enjoy it.

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Very nice work on your custom box. I am impressed with your "Artwork"!

You might wish to turn this into a sideline as a hobby if you truly enjoy it.

R

Shucks I'm blushing (I hope your talking about my rig....)
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Dude thats a beast overclock, man i tried 4.0GHz with mine and it wasnt stabke, better ram round prolly do it because my temps were nice

Awsome job that chip is a monster
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Tanks Orange! I got el Cheapo RAM running at 266 in BIOS so that it runs at 2X 189 in a 3:2 divider. Pretty cheesy (I need faster RAM in 1:1) but it's holding up to 2.85 volts (smoking!) for now anyway...
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(I hope your talking about my rig....)
Of course.
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Of course.

Got the bright ideer to remove the filter, grill and front face plate off the rig--temps plumetted I say plumetted from 54 to 45 C--noisy as heck now with that 120 churning at max rpms and no baffling--but it sure helped!:withstupi
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