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Old 20th January 2005, 21:29   #21
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I guess no ones interested.

I have a few questions again.

1. Why did you use so many layers of plexi? Isnít one or two enough?

2. What did you about the contact between processor and water block? The copper plate isnít 100% flat so...?

3. For LGA775, I have to avoid contact with caps so I need to make 'legs' for the water block, am I on the right track?

4. Your block is leak and rust proof right?

Any suggestions by any one will be appreciated.
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Old 20th January 2005, 21:31   #22
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hey, best way to contact the author is to email him, click his name at the top page @ the howto.

this article is close to 2 years sold, so there may be better and more efficient design out there now
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Old 20th January 2005, 21:38   #23
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1. i think the 2nd plexi you see is with acceleration holes, the first is just a peace(don't know the perpose)

2. the copper is flat, just add some thermal-grease

3. yes you better do that

4. yes it is i guess otherwise he wouldn't use it, and you have to use demineralized and anti corrosion and your system will stay clean
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Old 23rd January 2005, 18:59   #24
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looks tempting to make your own block, but do they perform as well?
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Old 23rd January 2005, 23:24   #25
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Thats something i have in mind. It has to beat atleast the stock cooling of Intel LGA775, which is impressive though. I have to make it to know the answer.

For now only g.l.amour nows the answer but he is 'gone with the wind' ;0)
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Old 24th January 2005, 01:40   #26
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why don't you PM one of the guys from this thread :

PDP Systems Patriot PDC1G3200+XBLK DDR Memory
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Old 24th January 2005, 16:10   #27
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i will answer anything you want too know ,)
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Old 24th January 2005, 17:50   #28
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Old 24th January 2005, 17:51   #29
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make that flowers and bees

(... with the birds and the bees and the flowers and the seeds? ... )
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Old 24th January 2005, 20:09   #30
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a mate of me is willing to make me block at school, he's following a metal class, they have a CNC and stuff, so it should be no probem making. Do any of you guys know a good block design, or have seen one lately, as the one in the review is prolly outdated by now?
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