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Old 07-14-2006, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok this is a thread to try and to help the less experienced people to get into watercooling now this list is to provide others to see what is a part of your "loop". It will all be done with numbers as in

1. Pump
2. Radiator
3. CPU/VGA Block
4. Resivor or T-line
5. Custom or Kit
6. Size of Tubing
7. Additives
8. Other Facts

OK, I will go first!

1. Dangerden D5 Pump
2. Custom Modded Heatercore
3. TDX with Copper Top/None
4. T-Line
5. Custom
6. 1/2" ID
7. Zerex Racing Super Coolant
8. I don't got fans on my res . I am not using a fillport for my T-line and I wish I went with a resivor instead. I need to sand my heatercore down and repaint it. As I speak I need to refill my t-line .

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Old 07-14-2006, 09:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I thought u just had a resivoir, a radiator, then tubing to your blocks that cool the components split by T's. and a pump to circulate your additive. ??


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1. Laing D5 Swiftech Version
2. Swiftech MCR-220 2x120mm
3. Aquaxtreme MP-1 CPU/Aquaxtreme MP-1 GPU
4. T-Line with Delrin Fillport
5. All Custom
6. 7/16 inch I.D.
7. Hydrx Additive
8. Total of 4 fans on my radiator, Cools everything Great.

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Old 07-15-2006, 01:35 AM   #4 (permalink)
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1. Turboflex Left-flow Deluxe Edition
2. Piram RST-43 4x250mm
3. Schmidt AG-3 CPU/Schmidt AG-7 GPU
4. Modified 2L enclosure using thermal bonding adhesive to lavasize contact with centrium centrifuge
5. Custom, kits are for nubs
6. Using 1/2'' modified to 39/80", as the centrium elevates at .0343"
7. Using distilled filtered to .003 microns phosporized with gold microbes with .001 fault estimate
8. I made up everything above this number xD
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1. Swiftech MCP655 (D5)
2. ThermoChill PA 120.3 w/ Yate Loon D-12-SL fans
3. Swiftech Storm Rev.2 / 2x MCW60 w/ramsinks
4. T-line
5. Custom
6. Tygon S-50-HL 1/2" ID / 3/4" OD
7. None, all copper loop.
8. Upgrading to Iwaki RD-30
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Old 07-15-2006, 08:39 PM   #6 (permalink)
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this is my setup that will be coming shortyl

1. Swiftech MCP655
2. (not decided) dual 120
3.Swiftech Storm rev.2/ MCW60
4. Swiftech Micro res
5. Str8 up kustum
6. somthin UV blue, 1/2 inch
7.probly agua, no?
8. karpfish, i luv u. got pump, cpu block and rad for only $80
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Old 07-16-2006, 10:41 AM   #7 (permalink)
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1. Dangerden D4 (Swiftech MCP650)
2. 1976 Chevy Caprice/Impala w/ 5/8" fittings
3. Swiftech MCW6002-64 / Dangerden Maze4
4. T-Line w/ Dangerden fillport
5. Custom
6. 1/2" Clearflex
7. 90% Distilled water w/ 10% antifreeze
8. 2*120mm Sanyo Denki Fans for the Rad

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