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Old 4th February 2005, 12:47   #1
GiantKiller
 
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My first watercooling project is a fact.

Received today all the parts to start with watercooling

Bought at www.bytesatwork.be the following parts.
Why? I have no Visa, so I needed a shop at Belgium.
Before I bought the parts, I mailed to several shops.
Only from bytes@work I received an answer.
After I made my order, they informed me through mail, about
the stats of my order.
I call this service.

3m pvc tube
Radiator : HwLabs Black Ice Pro
Reservoir : Cape Corp Coolplex 10
Cpu block : Zalman ZM-WB2 Gold
Gpu block : Zalman ZM-GWB1
Eheim 1048

I am now modding my case to fit the radiator and the reservoir.
It's a midicase. And I am going to turn the case upside down.
Normally at the top there is the PSU and Cd,DVD drivers.
At the bottom right there is lots of unused space.
Therefore I am going to turn the case upside down.
This way, the cd, dvd drivers and PSU are at the bottom,
and at the top I could place the radiator which pull the hot air out of the case. (2 x 12cm fan)

When done, I will make some pictures.
 
Old 4th February 2005, 13:14   #2
kristos
 
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Quote:
Originally posted by GiantKiller
When done, I will make some pictures.
Aha, I was about to start ranting but pictures are coming, good good
 
Old 18th February 2005, 13:06   #3
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Yesterday, the first boot with my watercooling.

Video : Hercules Radeon 9800 pro @ 32C
CPU : Barton 2800+ @ 28C
Motherboard : Asus a7n8x @ 32C

The air from inside the case has been sucked out through the radiator. (Titan alufan 120 mm at lowest speed with zalman fanbus)

I am no overclocker. I want silent, and a good cooling.
I think , I reached this goal.

But, ....
My screen is moving around. Very gentil up and down. (interference)

Depending on where I put the Eheim 1048 pump (on top, at the back, at the side or at the bottom of the case is worse or better)

Does anyone else has or had this problem ?
 
Old 18th February 2005, 14:36   #4
beerke
 
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That's a known problem , wrap the pump in alluminiumpaper u normaly use in the kitchen
 
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