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|20th May 2003, 22:11||#1|
Building own waterblock
I would like to build a waterblock for my cpu.
But my God, where can I find some copper ?
I am from Aalst, went all the local stores (homemarkets) off.
Does someone know a store where I could find some copper nearby Aalst ?
This would help me a lot.
|21st May 2003, 11:55||#3|
I've got a zalman heatsink CNPS6000. See the link for details.
As my first watercooling project I will try to make a box around this heatsink in 'acryl'.
It is a fine heatsink for aircooled AMD. This heatsink got so many an thin fins and a fine base.
So I was wondering what if I could run some water over it?
I will regulary post the progress but if you got hints, trics, etc..
They are welcome.
|21st May 2003, 13:21||#4|
I wouldn't encourage that.
This coolers is to big to cover completely and still have an effective flow over the entire thing.
H²O cooling works too differently to use the same heatsink. Especially with zalmans.
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