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Old 22nd September 2008, 11:14   #211
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hehe colin's unit is now 4 years i think

Yes i know that, i've been to tim's place this weekend, saw his GF to

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Old 22nd September 2008, 14:07   #212
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bench party of Sunday : Result

1x Biostar Tpower ... death
1x Asus Commando ... death
1x E8400 ... death

bad day :'(
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Old 22nd September 2008, 14:16   #213
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Seriously? :-(
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Old 22nd September 2008, 14:30   #214
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hehe colin's unit is now 4 years i think

Yes i know that, i've been to tim's place this weekend, saw his GF to

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strange never seen his GF .

@gotcha: sorry to hear m8
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Old 23rd September 2008, 20:37   #215
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testing out some chilled wc mutch to do atm . will update soon...




water is around 12.8C load treu 06 with a Q822A @ 4.7ghz with a nice 1.45vcore .
wc blok for cpu is swiftech storm , load temps cpu treu 06 are 63C that's huge gain .
compared to my air cooling : 4.6ghz 1.375vcore 65C load 06 .

next test 4870 Vmodded waterchilled and cpu on cascade .
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Huge mistake!!!!!!!!!!

get rid of that radiator!!!!!!!!!!
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Radiator is heating up the water?
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Old 23rd September 2008, 21:16   #218
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Radiator is heating up the water?
yes if i put on the fans .

@ geoff il do that next .
will i gain mutch from kicking the radiator ?
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Using the phase change cooling you should easily get sub-ambient temps, having a radiator inside your waterloop will have a reverse effect, its huge 'cooling abilities' will warm up the water to ambient temps. At least it will have that effect, PhCh vs rad + cpu will determine the exact water temp.

Dunno if the Zalman heatsink is any good once temps really start to drop low, you're using heatpipes based cooling and it is known that heatpipes may malfunction once you take them out of temperature range. Then you'de be better of with a full copper Thermalright if you ask me. If off course the PhCh unit is powerfull unit to hold to load at low temps, once you stay above zero the Zalman 9500/9700 aint that bad of a choice. Improve isolation, make sure there is enough mounting pressure.

How powerfull is that unit anyway, -20C evap doable?
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Huge mistake!!!!!!!!!!

get rid of that radiator!!!!!!!!!!
Glad to see Geof's still thinking straight

Read up on the subject Blind : never ever put a radiator in a chilled loop ! Other than that : nice going

I have not fired up my phase in about a year now, will do as soon as DFI review is done. See what I can make out of E8600 and QX9650 on DDR3.
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