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WC: what radiator do you use
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Ja 9 64.29%
nee 2 14.29%
Ken ik niet 1 7.14%
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Old 20th March 2004, 21:46   #31
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Nope, in fact, that would be the beginning of it
Old 21st March 2004, 12:07   #32
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Originally posted by FreeStyler
Nope, in fact, that would be the beginning of it

i uploaded some pics on my webpage of how i mounted it
Old 21st April 2004, 22:18   #33
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I now have a Chevette '76 Heatercore black with shroud.

B4 that I had a BIX.

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Old 22nd April 2004, 00:42   #34
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Add on Transmission coolers are very inexpensive in the U.S. Anyone tows a trailer or camper will normally add one and Tee it to the transmission oil lines and placing it in front of the radiator. Cost is about $20.

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Old 22nd April 2004, 13:36   #35
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Originally posted by TeuS
the real watercoolers use heatercores while "beginners" use a commercial radiator because it's easier
No way I know lots of people who used heatercores from cars, but they had very restrictive waterblocks (Atotech, 1A-Cooling...) and because of the fact you can't clean a radiator 100%, they found their waterblocks completely useless cos they were clogged with some shitty stuff...

And a double or triple fan radiator (commercial thus) cools much better than a car heatercore Of course, price and dimensions aren't the same...

And I don't see the 'easier' part... Try to make all the holes for your triple rad... You'll see that it's a real pain in the bum... :grum:
Old 9th June 2004, 15:14   #36
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a radiator from a cool technical installation, and a black ice parallel, the big cooltechnical for the cpu and the black ice for gpu
Old 9th June 2004, 17:05   #37
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aquacomputer evo 360 (active)
aquacomputer evo 1800 (atm I'm busy hooking it up, real pain in the a33), will be used passively.
ps: COMMERCIAL RADS ARE NOT EASIER TO MOUNT neither are they more difficult. Why would they?
Old 9th June 2004, 17:50   #38
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i use a phase-change rad (condensor)

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Old 11th June 2004, 11:32   #39
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Some Opel's '87 Copper radiator

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