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post #3921 of 4029 (permalink) Old 09-15-2019, 08:28 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Vlada011 View Post
OMG, this is amazing.
I have some economic problems, I can't wait to switch from EKWB XRES D5 to Heatkiller 100 D5 + WCP D5 w Speed Controller.
Same here.
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Look what guy done with Heatkiller, this is amazing.
Market lack of this size of combo pump and reservoir.
Long time I didn't saw something cool like this...

Mini ITX build will need maybe 8/10 tubing and fittings size in future, and could look fantastic.
I saw Bitspower fittings 8/10 and 8/11, cheaper and nicer then standard size.

Only flaw of Heatkiller reservoir is radiator mounting kit didn't design with idea to every version fit on radiator.
Becuase of that I can't use 100 version on this way only 150... but I could install 100 on stand on PC-O11 floor. I would rather die then drill mine case.
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Everyone is busy with modding, so here are my two cents
I've been planning SFF build for quite a while. Hope to finish it in near future.
First problem that I met is that HK tube D5 is too long for my build, even in it's 100 version.
So, presenting you brand new HK tube 50 D5 black edition (black tinted borosilicate glass).
I got 50mm black tinted glass tube and cut 50mm from struts and standpipe. Total height is 141 mm now, just as 140mm fan.
Looks bulky, but I like it.
You know I really love your hands-on approach! But in our opinion, the Heatkiller Tube design is already pretty bulky in the 100mm version, and we don't feel that the design is very functional or aesthetical pleasing in shorter versions, so we will not produce a stock 50mm version. We still do want to make a reservoir for small form factor needs, but it will be outside of the Heatkiller Tube design.
But again: love your modding! Keep it up!



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@Watercool-Jakob

Any update on the Ryzen 3xxx waterblock? ETA was late summer.

Related - thought this was interesting.

https://www.igorslab.media/en/does-t...trical-design/

Igor seems to think that specific designs to cope with the asymmetry could bear fruit.

Edit: I wonder if WaterCool, and or others, will offer different cold plates for the 2 chiplet (39xx) and 1 chiplet (38xx, 37xx, 36xx) designs, or only bother with the 2 chiplet ones, as they're the high end. Obviously, designing one cold plate for both would defeat the objective.
Yup. Our internal testing is completely in line with Igor's results: the Heatkiller IV is absolutely sufficient to cool Zen2 CPUs. There is no urgent need to change the design.
The results will, of course, be integrated into possible future product developments.


Quote: Originally Posted by Aenra View Post
Sorry for double posting, but just saw this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmxrxowWWFw
We've been working with Daz for over 10 years now, and never met in person. So it was a great day to finally hang out together! I'm happy to see that you like his video!



Quote: Originally Posted by Vlada011 View Post
Look what guy done with Heatkiller, this is amazing.
Market lack of this size of combo pump and reservoir.
Long time I didn't saw something cool like this...

Mini ITX build will need maybe 8/10 tubing and fittings size in future, and could look fantastic.
I saw Bitspower fittings 8/10 and 8/11, cheaper and nicer then standard size.

Only flaw of Heatkiller reservoir is radiator mounting kit didn't design with idea to every version fit on radiator.
Becuase of that I can't use 100 version on this way only 150... but I could install 100 on stand on PC-O11 floor. I would rather die then drill mine case.
Oh. OH! I will have the right product for you in the next2-3 days. New mounting adapter bracket for the HK Tube is coming. If I forgot to crosspost it here, nudge me on Wednesday

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That's nice to hear... I believe Heatkiller Tube design is best option to replace EK Glass...
First I plan to stay on floor with multi top port...

I don't know why they build top ports when no inlet tube... I need to use this tool I made specifically to drain computer in such situation.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Watercool-Jakob View Post
Oh. OH! I will have the right product for you in the next2-3 days. New mounting adapter bracket for the HK Tube is coming. If I forgot to crosspost it here, nudge me on Wednesday

Interesting news! I will wait. Maybe I'll change plans again)

A preliminary diagram or drawing is possible for clarity?
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Thanks for the update.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Watercool-Jakob View Post
Oh. OH! I will have the right product for you in the next2-3 days. New mounting adapter bracket for the HK Tube is coming. If I forgot to crosspost it here, nudge me on Wednesday
Can you tell us when the C8H/C8HW Chipset waterblock is coming?

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a little project i just finish with a week notice with Watercool and Asus ROG

based on a new Crosshair VIII Impact and a strix 5700 XT

and with so great Heatkiller product


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a little project i just finish with a week notice with Watercool and Asus ROG

based on a new Crosshair VIII Impact and a strix 5700 XT

and with so great Heatkiller product

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27ju7tk0xms&t=00s
Everything you've picked for that build, even the music is great.
Thanks for the video
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Everything you've picked for that build, even the music is great.
Thanks for the video

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