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Thread: need a good base design for a water block




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    I am designing a liquid cool system for a class t at school, i plan on biulding it from the CADS i am making, but i don't know alot on water block design.
    The liqiud i am going to use is an oil that doesn't cunduct electicity but does conduct heat, event when it isn't distilled.
    i could use links to sites or anything else that can be offered.

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    well money will be a pretty big factor in this so how much are you willing to spend but heres a couple of sites:

    www.dangerden.com
    www.pcmodware.com
    www.liquidninjas.com (has a lot of reviews and things)
    theres others too other people know them...dangerden is my fav though...

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    I am willing to spend anything, i can get any metal i want and my brothers a machineist and owes me a favor

    I'd prefer copper
    its for a p4 system

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    so exactly what do you want..a whole water system with everything or what..or do you only need a water block

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    Dude, he needs a design for a waterblock that he wants to build himself, hes not looking to buy a block. Heres a link to a site that may give you some help, its all about waterblock design and construction.
    http://forums.procooling.com/vbb/for...php?forumid=37

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    ooohhhhhhhhhhhhh...little slow here :?:
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    thanks
    i got a basic design in mind
    a copper aluminum mix
    copper block with alluminum pins for even cooling
    its like a spiral lemon design

    thanks again

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    Mixin' copper and aluminium parts is very risky as these two metals have a very bad tendency to cause galvanic corrosion (the aluminium will break down). Either use one or the other but not the two in combination.

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    Start out with a basic #rotor block, it can be easily made with a drill press and patience. Then I recommend checking out this website
    Its not a how-to but it has some great designs and it will give you an idea of what a block should look like. And Wiggo is right, copper + alu don't mix. But according to Cathar silver and copper do...
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    Heres my CAD design, suggestions?

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