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Thread: Water cooling wish list (merged threads)




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    I had the same idea... but i dont plan on getting water cooling! :o
    I was thinking about a home made box including the pump, the tank and the radiator. Show me what you want to do ill try to help... i like inventions!:D
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    ok i made some designs by the use of my uber-half life map making skills hehe:

    heres one of all the designs (specs are: Hydor L30, Heater core and a blowhole right in the middle[ducted])
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    and heres one of the most likely ones i'll do:
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    Whoa... this is wierd!
    I don't think this will look good, but it will do the job. Who cares if it ugly if your processor can be extremely overclocked. :D
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    oh dont worry i havent designed a cover for all of it yet, thats just the ducting part of the 120mm blowhole on my case.
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    here's a really rough-draft of the basic casing.
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    kind of reminds me of a hanger...

    also should i go with the new DangerDen RBX or keep with the maze4?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GBRRICCI
    kind of reminds me of a hanger...

    also should i go with the new DangerDen RBX or keep with the maze4?
    I would go with a Maze 3 over Maze 4, I don't trust the RBX because of mounting differences. Have you looked at the D-tek TC-4 Rev 2 or are you only going with DangerDen stuff?
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    yeah ive noticed the rbx mounting looks like crap. and i havenet really looked into any other companies water blocks because dangerden has pretty much everything i want all in one spot... but i have seen that dtek and it looks sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GBRRICCI
    yeah ive noticed the rbx mounting looks like crap. and i havenet really looked into any other companies water blocks because dangerden has pretty much everything i want all in one spot... but i have seen that dtek and it looks sweet.
    The mounting isn't bad, its just is you mount one time, the pressure you apply might be different then the pressure you apply the second time, therefore affecting your temps. Its not been fully tested, but you could try to, it'll take about 100 times on each nozzle #.
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