|jmke ||28th January 2004 19:08 |
Home-made CPU-,GPU-,Chipset-blocks tested
Piotke has some quality time getting his "hardware" wet ;)
Watercooling your entire system, something only for the rich ? Wrong!
Buying cheaper blocks means crappy performance ? Wrong again!
I received some home made water-blocks, for VGA, CPU and Chipset, to see how they stack up against retail water-cooling solutions. Now these blocks are going into mass production: low priced, good performing water-cooling for everyone? Let's find out
|The Senile Doctor ||29th January 2004 13:29 |
Hexus quote : "These guys are nuts but you gotta love their style. "
|jmke ||29th January 2004 13:33 |
|The Senile Doctor ||29th January 2004 18:32 |
Re: you've been inq'ed
and I feel all fuzzy and warm inside becausez of it :)
|Unregistered ||1st February 2004 18:28 |
Does that vga block fit radeons, or would someone have to remove the shim to get a the vpu?
|Unregistered ||5th February 2004 12:45 |
Yes, it will fit a radeon series, because the shim milled away in the copper.
|piotke ||10th March 2004 18:49 |
|kristos ||11th March 2004 00:04 |
hij heeft me aangeraden zijn produkten te bestellen via http://inkoopactie.net/
maar ik snap het systeem niet zo goed, wat moet ik nu in die vakjes invullen :shrug:
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