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post #21 of 418 (permalink) Old 01-14-2010, 05:07 PM
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willhemmens you are awesome for this.

i went out and got the microres and also picked up some 1/4inch barbs and ive assembled my loop. everything is running smoothly. my pump wasn't dead from my previous mod so that was awesome to find it out. for some reason it would not pump any water so maybe a 3 week break the pump came back to life.

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OP, this is excellent guide for H50 owners..

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willhemmens you are awesome for this.

i went out and got the microres and also picked up some 1/4inch barbs and ive assembled my loop. everything is running smoothly. my pump wasn't dead from my previous mod so that was awesome to find it out. for some reason it would not pump any water so maybe a 3 week break the pump came back to life.

some pics:



whoooooooooo! I am glad your pump come back to life. prove them wrong! because i had read the posts of some people said about your mod and pump is dead).

anyway you are very lucky that your rad did not sold by ebay..

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OP, this is excellent guide for H50 owners..

whoooooooooo! I am glad your pump come back to life. prove them wrong! because i had read the posts of some people said about your mod and pump is dead).

anyway you are very lucky that your rad did not sold by ebay..
hahaha thanks man.

so the only issue i have now is the fact i need to make a two hour drive down to my university on sunday and i have to take the pc down with me so i dont know about driving and having it jostle around in the trunk. dont wanna spring a leak
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@Willhemmens - Legendary stuff man! Excellent guide.


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my pump wasn't dead from my previous mod so that was awesome to find it out.
SB, you will have to change your PC's name to Lazarus (coming back from the dead)


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Say I use this on a portable system.. Would that be a bad idea?

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willhemmens you are awesome for this.

i went out and got the microres and also picked up some 1/4inch barbs and ive assembled my loop. everything is running smoothly. my pump wasn't dead from my previous mod so that was awesome to find it out. for some reason it would not pump any water so maybe a 3 week break the pump came back to life.

some pics:

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hahaha thanks man.

so the only issue i have now is the fact i need to make a two hour drive down to my university on sunday and i have to take the pc down with me so i dont know about driving and having it jostle around in the trunk. dont wanna spring a leak
Yes! This is great! Im glad its all working again. For your trip down to your university, i dont see any problem just make sure the top cap is tight on the res and the res is bolted on tight to you case.


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Thanks, im glad you like it!

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Say I use this on a portable system.. Would that be a bad idea?
I plan to take my PC to Lan events about 100 miles away every 6 months. I cant see any problems doing that.


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Wow, that uv green dye with the anti-kink coils looks absolutely killer! Great job!
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Temps are down by quite alot.

Stock H50 with push pull

Load = 55'c

Modded H50 Push pull

Load = 32'c

Thats with all mods the mods i've done.
Just out of curiosity which stressing program did you use, and how long did you run the system before taking the final temps. I don't doubt there would be a decrease in temps, but the final temp would take longer to normalize since there's more water in the loop. A 23C delta seems like an awful lot considering the same radiator is used.

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I want to do this mod. But I cant find the tubing I need to buy. Can anyone link me to it please.

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Just out of curiosity which stressing program did you use, and how long did you run the system before taking the final temps. I don't doubt there would be a decrease in temps, but the final temp would take longer to normalize since there's more water in the loop. A 23C delta seems like an awful lot considering the same radiator is used.
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