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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-25-2005, 09:41 PM - Thread Starter
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Just rebuilt my system, Used the Gigabyte water Kit. along with a Zalman VGA Block.

The Kit is Nice,well built and real easy to install. I will be watching and reporting on any Reservoir cracks. (As mentioned in a Previous thread by a fellow user)I will be stressing the system as much as I can going through the heat ranges,along with complete shutdowns.






The Pic below shows the SB on the Revised Asus SLI Deluxe, as you can see they used the Pink TIM along with White paste. This Is a Tad Odd and a real waste of time,I am sure there is a reason for it. I cleaned it "Pink and all" and Applied the correct amount of TIM.

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Whoa Polar! Nice system man! That is one of the cleaner installs I have seen. Good work,especially with the cable management. I give 2 's up!

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I agree. You get with me as well. I'm glad you picked blue. That is going to be my theme as well.

Great job

Are you using water?
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Thankyou, it was a chore I initially built the system Using a ECS KN1-SLI, comming from the KN1"NonSLI" I had thougnt it would be a good board to put under Water. I built the system with the ECS yesterday. I achieved 1 post from the board and 1 only. I stayed up till 1AM working on it.Needless to say it is on the RMA wagon already.


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damn that looks really nice

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I like your energy drink
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Yes Me Too!! you can buy them by the Case @ costco.

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I am more of a redbull kinda guy myself. I duno. May try it, nice setup by the way. I wonder if you can get uv reactive liquid. That would be tight.
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Did you use dye to get the water to be blue? Most liquid cooling concoctions turn out to be a radioactive green.

List of updates to do by summer: (1) New PSU: Seasonic S12 600W, (2) New OCZ Phase change or WC, (3) Sleeve cables: white, (4) 1 More 12" CCFL, (5) Some dremel action: circular side window

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Wow I have to admit it looks very very nice !
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