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post #121 of 142 (permalink) Old 12-27-2019, 02:58 PM
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Just out of curiosity how much does the rig weigh? Is it possible to pick it up without disconnecting the watercooling and TEC elements first?
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post #122 of 142 (permalink) Old 12-27-2019, 03:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Just out of curiosity how much does the rig weigh? Is it possible to pick it up without disconnecting the watercooling and TEC elements first?

I wish, but no, it's coming in around 400 LBS, or 500 LBS, with the chill box.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
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H2OQPower
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Wow that weight. Just wow.
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post #124 of 142 (permalink) Old 01-02-2020, 01:18 PM - Thread Starter
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ok, so I have the second 240mm radiator. this will be going inside the chill box, one of the things I like about having these radiators on the cold side water loop. is that if I loose TEC cooling, I can still run the PC just like it is on standard water cooling. not the best mind, you as two 240mm radiators are not going to keep the system very cool.
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https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
Case
H2OQPower
Operating System
Win7
Monitor
Asus
Keyboard
Razer
Mouse
R.A.T.9
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post #125 of 142 (permalink) Old 01-03-2020, 04:16 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
ok, so I have the second 240mm radiator. this will be going inside the chill box, one of the things I like about having these radiators on the cold side water loop. is that if I loose TEC cooling, I can still run the PC just like it is on standard water cooling. not the best mind, you as two 240mm radiators are not going to keep the system very cool.
Nice rads, I have a 360 GTX myself, it's RED, also keeps my 9900K as cold as an ice cube
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CHILLER DESTRUCTION
Build Log - White Voodoo
basic linux pc
(15 items)
Z390 Station
(11 items)
CPU
7980XE @ 4.3 GHz 1.10v
Motherboard
Asus Rampage VI Apex
GPU
2 x Aorus Waterforce WB 1080 Ti @ 2037/6318
RAM
Trident Z 16gb 3200c14 @ 3800c16 1.50V (the other two sticks were sacrificed)
Hard Drive
960 Evo 1TB
Power Supply
EVGA 1600 T2
Cooling
HWLabs GTR 420+280 Rads
Cooling
7 x Noctua Industrial 140mm 3000 RPM Fans
Cooling
EK D5 Pump/Res (with RGB!)
Case
LD Cooling PC-V7
Operating System
Linux Mint 19.6
Monitor
NEC PA271W
Keyboard
Razer Blackwidow Chroma V2
Mouse
Logitech M510
Mousepad
anime tiddy mousepad
CPU
9900K @ 5.4 1.50v
Motherboard
EVGA Z390 Dark
GPU
Titan RTX 2085/8500
RAM
Trident Z 3200c14 @ 4600c20 1.5v
Hard Drive
970 Evo Plus 250gb
Power Supply
silverstone 1200 from 2008 (other one exploded)
Cooling
HWLabs GTX 360 Rad (in RED)
Cooling
3x EK Vader 120mm 2200rpm Fans
Case
Dimastech Test Bench
Monitor
AOC Agon AG251FZ 240Hz
Audio
Built-in Monitor Speakers (3 watt)
CPU
Dual Intel Xeon L5520 2.26 GHz
RAM
48 GB Samsung DDR3-1066
Hard Drive
120 GB Samsung 750 Evo SSD
Hard Drive
2 TB Western Digital Green
Hard Drive
2 TB Hitachi 7200 RPM
Power Supply
650W Delta PSU
Case
1U Rackmount
Operating System
Ubuntu Server 16.04
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post #126 of 142 (permalink) Old 01-11-2020, 10:54 AM
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To whom it may concern - 40x40 version of TEC1-12715 SR as well as 12712 at 15A places directly on a CPU can't cool a 80W CPU below 75C, using both Raijintek Tisis or Liquid Freezer II 360mm. No Peltier gives at most 74C on... 120W power draw. Maybe I reinvented a wheel but maybe someone was wondering. It's either because they're very bad at heat transfer or because of 50% of their volume floats around the IHS.

PC for all
(21 items)
CPU
i7 5775c @4.2GHz/3.8GHz
Motherboard
Gigabyte Z97X Gaming 5
GPU
Iris Pro 6200
RAM
F3-2400C11D-16GAB Samsung Rev. Q
Hard Drive
Corsair MP510
Hard Drive
Samsung Evo 860
Power Supply
Seasonic Focus Plus 750W
Cooling
Artcic Liquid Freezer II 360mm
Cooling
Arctic P12 PWM x2
Cooling
Arctic P14 x4
Case
LianLi 330X
Operating System
Windows 10 64-bit Pro
Monitor
Samsung C24FG73FQUX
Monitor
Benq GL2250 80Hz
Keyboard
Corsair Strafe Red Silent + 1.6x6mm o-rings
Mouse
SteelSeries Rival 600
Mousepad
Artisan FX Raiden
Audio
Audio in Motion SC808 + MUSES8820 + 2x 2xLME49990
Audio
AKG M220
Other
NZXT Hue+
Other
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post #127 of 142 (permalink) Old 02-01-2020, 09:29 PM - Thread Starter
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so for the drives that I will be using for this build. I have decided to use 2 types of drives for a total of 5T of storage for this build. I will have two seagate 2T firecuda drives in a raid 0, plus one M.2 Seagate 1T firecuda drive. I realize that 5T today is not a lot of drive space, but I think it will be enough. still waiting on the M.2 drive, it should be here in a couple of weeks. now, if I need just need some extra drive space I do have two 8T slow external HDD's.
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https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
Case
H2OQPower
Operating System
Win7
Monitor
Asus
Keyboard
Razer
Mouse
R.A.T.9
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Just checking in again to say it’s great your chill box is working for a 600W load. Also, I like the two layers of foam for insulation covered by clay to seal against moisture getting in. Remainder of build is looking nice and robust.

You’ve also rediscovered some ancient wisdom: your post about the spade connectors was originally covered in the Karma Sutra. In Karma Sutra terms you are recommending spade connectors with the highest union (horse/deer). Cracked me up when I read it:

Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
I finally have a set of this type of connector that makes a tight fitting. take notice that they are not from the same company and for good reason the company that makes the female fitting makes some of the smallest or tightest female fittings of this type. the company that makes the male fitting makes some of the thickest male fittings of this type. in conclusion by combining a tight female fitting with a large male fitting the result is a really nice tight connection.
I remember the naysayers a few years ago were telling you this would never work. It’s great that you have proved them wrong.
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I do have a plan for my office when I finish it. I will have my PS1, PS2, and a retro PC with windows 98 installed connected to one 27" 1080 60Hz monitor. I will have my PS3, PS4, and a older PC with windows XP installed connected to a 27" 1440 144Hz monitor. the last set will be a water cooled PC with windows 7, and my extreme cooling PC with windows 10 connected to a 32" 1440 165Hz monitor.


I am currently trying to figure out, weather I should get a motherboard, or memory, for the next component for this build?


https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813145131


I really like this motherboard but I am not paying that much for one. I might get the memory first, to give this more time to come down in price.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
Case
H2OQPower
Operating System
Win7
Monitor
Asus
Keyboard
Razer
Mouse
R.A.T.9
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I am currently trying to figure out, weather I should get a motherboard, or memory, for the next component for this build?
Don’t buy anything, just save up the cash until you have enough to buy everything then wait for a sale or a deal where you can get what you need.

You can’t use any of it until you have all the parts you need so if you buy it piece by piece it will just sit there depreciating whilst newer, better hardware becomes available.
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