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Good news.

SCHOOL'S OVER FOR A MONTH !!! smile.gif

So, majors news comming.

--> New gpu (not really really better, but a bit)
--> Additionnal fitting are processed by Perf-PCS right now smile.gif
--> Hose
--> New waterblock smile.gif
--> Installation of all the ****s
--> Picture, Picture and Picture.

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Whoo!! bring 'em on!

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Creation of my water temp monitor :

First of all, I bought a Thermaltake Flow TX plus Flow meter.
After unpacking the meter, I immediately see the fitting was on 3/8 and nothing possible to put on 1/2.

FAIL!

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I decide to waste everything on the kit except the LCD display for temp monitoring, so I cut wire and put the flow meter in the garbage.

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I found a cheap thermometer and now I only have to use my brain...

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I cut the probe of the cheap thermometer, and waste it after that.

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After that, I use heatshrink and wire to rebuilt the lcd monitor cable.

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I decide to put my probe in the res, so I drilled the res's cap.

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Now, if the wiring is in only one "run", it won't be very cool for future maintenance. I made a modular probe in the res.

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All the probe system look like that.

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After doing the probe, I install to the lcd monitor and test if all was good, I check temp accuracy with my home temp monitor and all was good.

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Enjoy my new temp monitor.

BONUS : thermometer without probe : LOL

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Edited by xk3tchuPx - 12/31/11 at 2:56pm
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Very nice. I was wondering it the new thermo would provide the right temps. I would try some other testing though. Get some warm and cold water and I real glass thermometer and see it provides the same temps.

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I will try this out for you.
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Ah, back to the drawing board!


Haven't checked this thread in Eons, so I'm up to date now - That's looking good!
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Ah, back to the drawing board!
Haven't checked this thread in Eons, so I'm up to date now - That's looking good!

Thanks biggrin.gif


Now result of my probe accuracy test :

First of all, I wan't to mention that my test were done many times to confirm accuracy of the result.
Conclusion : At a low temp, my digital probe is very accuracy, but when temp increase, accuracy decrease.
So, I will try to rebuilt my temp controller.

image of testing

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post #138 of 150

Well that's a bummer. But its good to know it is off before it goes into the the system.

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Well that's a bummer. But its good to know it is off before it goes into the the system.

Maybe I use wrong wire. I'll check the resistivity of the original wiring.


Today I install video card, some tubing, add anti-kinks coils, install psu.
Are you ready for some pictures? smile.gif
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Awww D:
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