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|19th December 2004, 13:54||#63|
Join Date: Jun 2004
don't you see that usb port on the car
watercooling, chilled water,direct phase change, cascade, custom modding
|20th December 2004, 00:53||#64|
|6th January 2005, 11:20||#65|
they're 1000l/h pumps with a head of 1.4m I think.
Pretty cheap... they're from "ORCA" hahahahaa
The res was made of PolyStyreen and silicone, and it kinda blew a joint
Next time I'll work with some epoxy or "plamuur"
|6th January 2005, 12:23||#66|
have you ever tried running it with just one pump? A few weeks ago one of my eheims started leaking and as a temporary solution I just ran it with one pump. I didn't see any gain or decrease in heat!!! And that's with: three waterblocks, three reservoirs and three radiators. This tells me pressure really isn't so important when using "american-style" waterblocks (dangerden, swiftech, cathar,...) it might be more important with german waterblocks, I don't know.
Anyway, try running it with one pump if you ever get the chance, because pumps really do put a fair amount of heat in a loop.
My mcp650 just came in today, gonna spend the weekend drastically changing the watercooling (the whole top comes off). I hope I'll see a loss in temp at the end of the road
|6th January 2005, 18:08||#67|
tbh, I never ran a dual pump setup
it was my first try and the res exploded
I was just trying to see if they made a difference
Anyways, just got the idea today to use some 'plamuur' on them and mod them to non-submerged pumps. And because of my dual connection setup I'll have to use them both in parallell.
I'll see what the extra flow gives me... My block is based on high flow so...
maybe we should start posting in some other topic, because this one is supposed to be 'casemodding '
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