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Thread: Has anyone tried the new liquid-cooled cases???




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    here is the link to the water cooling that i was talking about.
    Its not pretty but it works, plus no assembly required so if you fry something, you could always make them pay for it.
    http://www.monkeyreview.com/reviews/...lreview&id=181

    hope this will help

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    I know with my cell phone my i90c. If i drop it in a bucket of water i have the insurance on it to replace it for $35 bucks. Does anybody know of any insurances offered for water cooled cases?

    Second off if you have to flush your system ever 3 to 4 months most people will prolly do it every 5 to 6 months that means you have to uninstall everything flush ur tanks and then re pressurize ur system. My machine might sound like a Hoover but not a wet shop vac.

    Any thoughts.

    feeet

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    Actually if you've done the setup properly then a flush should require no uninstalling of anything other than replacing the fluid by draining and refillin'. You also do not pressurize a watercooled system but you do have to bleed it of any air in the lines, radiator and cooling blocks though and once again should be easy to do if the installation was done right. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    What about Insurance like my phone.

    Does anybody know what acrylic goes for bye the sheet and if u can order sheets online. As well as what colors you can order.
    Im going to start Window MOD's with my computers but instead of buying a simple boy scout kit. I want to go all out so down the road after i mess up or fix up my cases i can start charging for it.

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    was visiting a friend today and playing around with his new Prometeia system... very fun overclocking a 2.8 ghz p4 to 3.8 :D
    and keeping the core temp. below zero.
    with his alpha heatsink + peltier we only manage to 3.2 ghz.

    Zarkas

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    Heres my baby, yah the system was preconfugured but i didnt feel like doing everything myself again. It is really reliable and i havent had a leak yet. Of course i added a few things and changed a few things here and there but thats the basic setup.

    I cant really give you all statistics because when i was removing my heatsink from my mathco, my hand slipped and the clip scratched my mobo and i had to send it in. Luckily im getting a new one thats in the mail right now. Ill keep ya updated.
    But other than that minor problem that has nothing to do with my liquid cooled system, there have been no problems. And the fact that i had to move everything around quite a bit with the hoses and everything which are currently hanging out the side of my case, i doubt if you tested your cooling system before you put youre components in and made sure there were no leaks due to youre error, everything should be totally fine

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    and this system, when used with distilled water and the liquid they give you with the system which i am assuming is some type of antifreeze or something..... it never needs to be flushed and should just be checked around every 6 months or so to make sure the fluid level is ok. if its low.... just add more distilled water.
    With these precautions, koolance waranties the entire cooling system... including the dual water pumps, tubing, clamps, ... well yah all of the parts. They dont have a waranty for youre parts, because you have to put it together (in my opinion is a good thing because you dont have extra hose laying all over the place)
    and if you screw up and do sometihng stupid (on purpose or not) well you get the idea. :geek:

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    they also offer an external cooling..... solution...... if you wanted to use their stuff and your own case without having to buy their case anyway

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    A very nice setup there. :thumb:

    But really, if I was goin' to attack some extreme coolin' I think that this would be my weapon of choice. ;)

    <center><a href="http://www.chip-con.com/cooler.asp" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.chip-con.com/images/tech-1-big.jpg"></a>
    :cheers:</center>

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    lol nice case Wiggo. How much does that monster go for?
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

    :thumb:

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