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    Quote Originally Posted by TOXIC
    Yes and this was set up by a group of highly trained individuals. It happends to the best of us :)
    Hehehe.. that's the funniest thing I've heard all day. :)

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    Yeah other than my 1st post I was tryin' to be more diplomatic. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Yeah other than my 1st post I was tryin' to be more diplomatic. :D
    HEHEHE Well atleast the system is up and running again nice and worky :P

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    Does that mean that ya got rid of the leaks 1st? : party ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Does that mean that ya got rid of the leaks 1st? : party ha
    We decided to go the trial and error method :) Hopefully when I wake up tommorw morning it will still be running ok :)

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    Ah so fingers and toes (plus anything else) are all crossed then? :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Ah so fingers and toes (plus anything else) are all crossed then? :?:
    Preety much, I am just about tempted to shut it down over night. But that is no good I don't want to have to do that every night :)

    Well lets see how it goes over night :)

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    WOOT :) I came back this morning from a nice sleep and what do I find :) All the water still in its tubes :) Thank God for that :)

    Happy Easter to everyone aswell on a side note :)

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    im thinking of putting water cooling in one day (read, when i get enough money, why oh why is it so goddam expensive?)
    i dont understand anything about all this shít about bleeding resiviors, etc.
    do u put the raidiator before or after the water goes into the waterblocks, so many questions!
    so basically, how the feck do u put in water coolin'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by //alias
    im thinking of putting water cooling in one day (read, when i get enough money, why oh why is it so goddam expensive?)
    i dont understand anything about all this shít about bleeding resiviors, etc.
    do u put the raidiator before or after the water goes into the waterblocks, so many questions!
    so basically, how the feck do u put in water coolin'?

    //alias
    Yes, water cooling is quite expensive, this kit is $420 from PC Case Gear here in Melbourne.

    Bleeding is used to get rid of the air bubbles.

    Resiviours are used when you arent using a closed circuit. Instead of the same water going around and around it goes into a tub and sucks up water from there, this way you can ice or something to it if you want it cooler.

    Radiator goes after the outlet on the waterblock to cool it down again.

    It goes Radiator -> Pump -> Water Block -> Radiator

    You read the instructions. We thought we where too good for instructions :) and plus we wanted to learn our own way, but when it comes to water and computers read the instructions :)

    Shawn

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