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Thread: Goin' Water Coolin'




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    Alright, I happened to run across a deal today, and am getting a water-cooling set-up. It will consist of


    All 1/2" fittings and tubing

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    mm looks good, how much and where u gettin it from

    *edit*i got a **** load of money =630$ and i dotn wanna blow it all on water cooling, at the most 250 and i like the set up u got here..anybody know where i can get a killer deal on a watercooling set...
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    Its all used, and I'm using about 7' of Tygon tubing

    The case itll be goin in...

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    Pently of Room, After I hack the bottom of the 3.5' bays off

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    Pently of Room, After I hack the bottom of the 3.5' bays off
    When you do that, make sure you put some sort of bottom piece into the bottom of the remaining drive bays. Otherwise you'll lose the integrity of that part of the tower assembly. Also make sure it doesn't move around too much or it will eventually work its way lose and fall out.

    Good luck in your new adventure! :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    When you do that, make sure you put some sort of bottom piece into the bottom of the remaining drive bays. Otherwise you'll lose the integrity of that part of the tower assembly. Also make sure it doesn't move around too much or it will eventually work its way lose and fall out.

    Good luck in your new adventure! :D
    I'll probably bracket it to the front of the case. ;)

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    I've always like these kits (especially the second one) that dangerden offers, I dont think I'm gonna use one in my next build tho (too much cash for what I'm already buying).

    http://www.dangerden.com/mall/Kits/kits_retail.asp

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    A pic of the Block, taken by the guy Im gettin it from, Poly-top :D

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    I think I would prefer something besides the zip ties to secure it in place, but it looks aggressive enough for an enthusiast. :D

    Is that three water tubes? What is the third one for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    I think I would prefer something besides the zip ties to secure it in place, but it looks aggressive enough for an enthusiast. :D

    Is that three water tubes? What is the third one for?
    I'm gonna use the proper clamps for it, and thats the same Cathar Little River waterblock Andy used, but it was made by D-Tek after they got the license to.

    The water line has a "Y" in it right at that block, so it has fresh water coming in on both sides, then the water exits through the single middle tube

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