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Old 09-19-2006, 02:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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can you drill a hole on the side of the base of the waterblock?

oh, yeah, did you remember to get stuff for the back of the mobo/3d pcb to keep condensation from shorting your boards? ...hope you see this before you start if you didnt!
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Old 09-19-2006, 03:28 PM   #12 (permalink)
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yep i got a whole bunch od di-electric grease and coating for the board.. I am not drilling a hole in the waterblock. I am drilling it in cold plate. Cold plate is in between the cpu and peltier. all it is, is just a big hunk of metal.

If i put the peltier on the same loop as the gfx cards, wonder how hot it will make them,, even though i have 2 triple rads
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i know what you meant, i'm saying if you drill one in the waterblock, you'll know your keeping the hot side of your peltier cool enough.
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wow im mad dumb, sorry i meant radiator.........

such an idiot......

the coolant would just sit there in the resivior if it was after the pump, LOL
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i'd recommend putting them in this order:
pump->blocks->raditor->reservior->back to pump
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hmm why blocks befor rad? that makes no sense to me since you will want the water to cool before it hits the block aka pump > rad > blocks.... my set-up is Pump>T-Line>Rad>Block>Back to pump
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Youd want the tline before the pump so that when you fill it the wate ris sucked straight into the pump, as running it dry can be damaging to it.
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Yea I just thought about that after I looked at it in my pc so yea I was thinking why did I do that but now I think I did that due to the fact of head heat or whatever you wanna call it.
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Head heat? O_o
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well I don't know what it is called it is like the heat that is generated out the head due to it going through the pump. Follow me??? I forgot the actual name.
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