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WC: what radiator do you use
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Ja 9 64.29%
nee 2 14.29%
Ken ik niet 1 7.14%
Ben er naar op zoek 2 14.29%
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Old 15th March 2004, 18:20   #21
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external is not an option for me,
it needs to be "lanpartyable" :grin:
 
Old 15th March 2004, 18:36   #22
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total votes so far: 43

car rad. : 22
com.rad.: 24

don't say then MOST people use commercial watercooling radiators

the real watercoolers use heatercores while "beginners" use a commercial radiator because it's easier
 
Old 15th March 2004, 18:42   #23
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the real watercoolers use heatercores while "beginners" use a commercial radiator because it's easier
I wouldn't go that far, some people just don't have the time (nor skills in my case) to turn a car into a pc-cooling device...
 
Old 15th March 2004, 18:53   #24
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I wouldn't go that far, some people just don't have the time (nor skills in my case) to turn a car into a pc-cooling device...
there's not difference in hooking up a heatercore or a commercial WC radiator. you can't buy heatercores in Internet shops, and they're in a lot of different sizes
 
Old 15th March 2004, 19:00   #25
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Quote:
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don't say then MOST people use commercial watercooling radiators
yes it does

most people don't visit [M] or XS forums
you started a vote in HW enthousiast forums, no wonder there were votes on the "car radiator" options
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Tractor rad

3-4 x 120mm
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Old 15th March 2004, 23:01   #27
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today it's hard to find a full Cu heatercore, they are large and not as easly to install like a commercial,
 
Old 15th March 2004, 23:06   #28
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heatercores are usually with Copper tubing and Aluminium fins. best choice overall
 
Old 16th March 2004, 11:44   #29
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from old cars yes ( manta, etc ), but the newer cars have alu tubing ( with plastic at the end ) and alu fins
 
Old 20th March 2004, 16:31   #30
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my car rad fits perfectly in an hq08.

ok, you have to mod but thats not the end off the world is it.
 
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