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Old 26th October 2004, 20:44   #21
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what's your point Jort? that design is "okay" but nothing special, and not the most performant.
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Old 26th October 2004, 20:53   #22
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nice work, but i'm not sure it will be very effective!

For starters, there ain't much turbelence, and the inlet isn't placed above the core ( center ) so roughly said you will be cooling your proc with pre-heated water.

just my toughts
okey the performance wouldn't compare with the latest "expensive" WC blocks.

but my point is for 0.50 of manufacturing the block, and for the latest you pay 40-60 and the temps aren't that different

so if you call that less effective
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Old 26th October 2004, 21:01   #23
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stop using a smiley which is not apprioriate for your post; I never said your design was bad; nor that the block would not be COST effective; read what people say before you start acting all defensive without people attacking you
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oke srry.
w'll see how it performs @ real life tomorrow
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Old 26th October 2004, 22:11   #25
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I think I understand his theory regarding "mass" being the saturation point. He might well find the "sweet" spot.

Keep us posted.

Nothing beats something you created.
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I agree, home made WC is the ultimate (after home made phase-change )
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Old 11th November 2004, 02:48   #27
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temps atm are 18 idle @ 2.8 ghz fans @ lowest speed.

stredded its 26

@ 3.666 ghz 25 idle and 32 stressed.


think chipset is too hot(fan @ 5000rpm on it) ,3.666 ghz isnt the max i think

were going to make a wc block for it this week. i hope it works
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Old 13th November 2004, 23:58   #28
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I like it. I admire the effort, and the concept. And I also agree with your theory on Mass (it's a great state hehe just kidding) if there's ample mass then heat will disspate into it. This is why Thermaltake air-cooler's weigh 635-grams.

I give props to anyone who takes the time to mahine, and build their own block, and then install it and actually make it work.
This is how watercooling began, your at the roots of the hobby, and art, the sprirt of watercooling. And I'm not blowing smoke here.

Anyway here's my latest design, hand built...
 
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you have some more pics of that?

btw nice one
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Sure! I'm glad you like it. I had to hand cut the plexiglass with sissors, and I used the inside padding of band-aids for the seals between the copper, and plexi. I bought a chunk of copper from the 7-11 (they sell it now) and I chissled it with a modified battery operated toothbrush (or as I call it my Oral-B-dremel). I also have different "acclerator nozzles" or as I call them "thimbles with different size nail holes through them." The impingment zone was done using a Phillips screw driver, and I hamered the "cups" or as I call them "Phill's cups." I spray painted the Logo on there with a stencil I had lazer cut at Kinko's. I have had about four emails asking to purchase the design.

I need a name for it though? I thinking of calling it L3D's Liquid-thermo-dynamic-uptake-kinetic-displacement-propagation-extractor-difussion-molecular-equilibrium-distributor-Hertz-Bohlman-stagnation-module
 
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