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post #1 of 305 (permalink) Old 12-30-2009, 05:09 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Well, We see all these threads about peoples loops leaking and horro stories, but we never see anyone create a thread saying "Hey my water cooling didnt leak".So here it is. The rules are simple, Simply post a list of your water cooling gear and post your experience with the products. To join the Club simply post your loop and your experience with it and I will add you to the list.

I want this thread to be for 1 purpose. To show people who are considering/never used watercooling how water cooling doesnt leak as much as the horror stories on the net.

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post #2 of 305 (permalink) Old 12-30-2009, 05:13 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Thing is tho that you can find all these threads on the internet saying how their watercooling leaked and horror stories. But hardly any that say My WaterCooling Didnt Leak. This thread is to show people new to water cooling that it doesnt always leak.

Its very simple


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My watercooling doesn't leak!





My stuff:

2 x Xigmatek 120mm XLF-F1253 1500RPM - White LED (For the rad)
Several Metres of 1/2" ID - 3/4" OD Clearflex 60 Hose
XSPC Delta V3 CPU Waterblock LGA775
XSPC RS240 Black Rad
EK-NB/SB 5 - Plexi NB Block
XSPC Bay Reservoir - Clear Acrylic
12V OCZ Hydro Pulse Water Pump 500
PrimoChill PURE Performance Coolant (32 oz.) - UV Brite Orange


CPU's:
Celeron D 3.33Ghz | Athlon 64 | E5200 2.5Ghz (3.5Ghz OC)| Q6600 2.4Ghz| Intel i5-650 3.2Ghz HT/on|

GPU's:
Sapphire X1300 256MB | Leadtek 8600GT 256MB | Sapphire X1950GT 256MB | XFX GTS250 Core Edition 1GB | XFX HD5770 1GB XXX Edition | nVidia GTX470 1280mb Reference
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Thank you very much CM690
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I think the idea was to see people that have working watercooling (? xD) and then that would help people by being able to ask them advice? Maybe?


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I think the idea was to see people that have working watercooling (? xD) and then that would help people by being able to ask them advice? Maybe?
Yep you hit the nail on the head


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Mine leaks, it's like a nice radioactive leak! But it's ok cause my cat licks up all the antifreeze that drips out.

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Ah, I wish mine would spring a leak so I can buy new components

But I suppose I'll join!




Swiftech GTZ,
Swiftech MCR320
Swiftech MCRESv1
7/16" tubing with 1/2" barbs
Distilled water with a little bit of green UV dye and Petras biocide.

edit: I am thinking of switching out to something none conductive soon. haha

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My watercooling doesn't leak. Link Here

Watercooling Specs:

CPU: Enzotech Sapphire SCW-REV.A CPU Waterblock
Chipset: Swiftech MCW30 Chipset Waterblock
GPU: Watercool HEATKILLER® GPU-X² GTX295 GPU Waterblock
Pump: D-Tek DB-1 Pump
Radiator: SwiftTech MCR320-QP-Res Radiator
Case Fans: Three 120mm CoolerMaster Red LED 2000RPM Fans
Radiator Fans: Three 120mm Scythe UltraKaze 2000RPM Fans
Tubing: PrimoChill PrimoFlex 10-Foot Clear Tubing (1/2" ID - 3/4" OD)
Thermal Paste: Shin-Etsu X23-7783D Thermal Compound
Liquid: Poland Spring Distilled Water


Always remember, you CAN set up your kit in a way to know ahead of time it won't leak. Key is time and patience and making sure you're not being lazy with tightening things but at the same time being careful not to break something.
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mine doesn't leak ATM lol :





tygon tubing
compression fitting
distilled water
5dollar silver coin
480gtx rad
mcp655 with ek v2 top
heatkiller rev3 CU
anti kink coils green and blue
****ty fan's you dont want to know.. you want to know well here they are the msot crappy fans ever named :!!! San Ace 120

crappy no?


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