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|22nd August 2003, 19:01||#1|
Rad & Res & Pomp
Kga mij dus prolly een Wc aanschaffen, keb al keer Maze3 en eel den bitteklank gehad, ma kwil nu echt een megagoei, tis dus voor amd
als cpu blok ganek dus aan teus om et beste da hij kan maken, te maken aan 75€ zei em.
nu, het rad,reservoir en pomp, ksta dus voor een moeilijke keus, als rad haddek gedacht aan den HW Labs Black Ice Xtreme II Radiator 118€ @ loveno
12mm darmkes, ma dan moetek nog zien wa reservoir + pomp
eheim 1048 of 1250 ??
Help me out here
en raad gevraagd over radiator..
|22nd August 2003, 21:28||#4|
why no heatercore from the yunkyard? performs as good as that rad you say and costs 5-15€
my setup will consist of the following parts (finally got time to mod next week))
eheim 1250 , heatercore (opel astra/kadett) , cascade cpu blok , chipset dangerden full copper , klax graph-o-matic (till i find something beter) , dangerden res and tygon tubing.
i think that it will be a pretty high-end setup.
Teus his block will perform very well and an eheim 1048 is also very qualitive. it doesn't necessary have to cost serieus amounts of money to be good.
|22nd August 2003, 21:30||#5|
myeah, but really want the best tho still doubting about rad & pomp, and dnno what reservoir either.
Gimme some advice plzzzzzzz
look at that cosh site and tell me whats best, cause there are so many :P
|23rd August 2003, 08:05||#7|
Use a 1048, I cool both cpu and mobo, I have 2 reservoirs and an evo240 rad (size of two 120mm's). The 1048 has enough thrust. A 1250 wouldn't improve your cooling it would just sit there making more noise.
about the rad: the black ice is a very good choice but I've heard a lot of good stuuf from auto rads (no experience myself) so for less than 15€ why not give it a shot. You'll have to see about te connectos though, a bit work there but hey, that shouldn't be a problem.
Oh, and about the res, the only thing to make shure off is the it doesn't create bubbles but removes them (heard something about tank o matic that needs the inner tubes to be cut). I think the res is most of the time a matter of looks (and price). Da Boka made a howto on making a plexi res. Check it out, it's quite good.
|23rd August 2003, 11:13||#9|
Ok what about this:
CPUBLOCK: TeuS Made Block
RESERVOIR: innovaTank-O-Matic Ausgleichsbehälter v1
RAD: Dual Fan Version SilentPower-Set
PUMP: Eheim 1048
And with 12mm slungs or whatever you name it
|23rd August 2003, 11:46||#10|
That's looking good. What are you planning to do with your water? It's always a good idea to put in some anti corrosive because I checked and your rad is made of aluminium (cpu block is copper) so that would make it complete I think. And while you're at it if you have a UV ccfl in your case take UV reactive anti corrosive.
greets and enjoy h2o
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