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    I think you will find that the pond pump will...

    I think you will find that the pond pump will work best if you go through the floor they are designed to pump water up not suck water up. Also I would not split the main water line just go from one...
  2. Thread: The Freezer

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    No I try to run the unit most of the time at...

    No I try to run the unit most of the time at temps that don't cause too much condensation in these areas. A small amount of beading on the back plate is ok. Before I encased the water block in...
  3. Thread: The Freezer

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    Well I thought I would do a 2 year update also....

    Well I thought I would do a 2 year update also. The system has been working nearly every day for the last 2 years nearly flawlessly. As far as the cooling system goes there has been no problems. I...
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    Fighting Condensation and Leaks

    Since building my chilled water setup it has been a constant battle with water or coolant causing me problems. In my latest attempt to curb both I have built a small box around my water block and...
  5. It really is to hard to answer those questions....

    It really is to hard to answer those questions. If you remember back to year 10 physics you might remember that warm water freezers faster than cold water. Once the coolant starts to change...
  6. I am with Gunslinger on this one. In my...

    I am with Gunslinger on this one.



    In my system condensation is the worst enemy constanly pesky drips find there way into the wrong location and cause shutdowns. So far I have been liucky and...
  7. Thread: The Freezer

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    Well I have successfully been running this system...

    Well I have successfully been running this system for a few months now and it is working brilliantly.

    The major advantage of it is its simplicity in operation and to be modded into a unit that...
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    You don't even need a fan on them when running at...

    You don't even need a fan on them when running at 2000Mhz and 1.67V You sure don't need to water cool them
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    Are you sure its a thermistor and not a...

    Are you sure its a thermistor and not a thermocouple?

    It would be much easier to trick the original electronics than modify them as you really dont know what they are and use something like the...
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    Disable the AC temperature control in some way....

    Disable the AC temperature control in some way. Then use a temperature controller with its sensor in the liquid to simply turn the AC unit on or off.
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    You dont have the block as yet do you? I do have...

    You dont have the block as yet do you? I do have one and have had it apart. Very thin is a very subjective term. IMHO it is not. The block is quite heave and even the fins that are on the inside of...
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    There is only one way the actual plate can go...

    There is only one way the actual plate can go inside the block. So I assume you mean which way do you put the complete block assembly on in relation to the CPU. IMHO it wouldn't mater the mass of...
  13. Thread: The Freezer

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    This is absolutly my 24/7 setup. I can get the...

    This is absolutly my 24/7 setup. I can get the coolant down to about -7 which then runs the CPU at about -3 to 3 depending on the core at idle

    There is not much advantage to running temps this...
  14. Thread: The Freezer

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    Well for the new year after trying out the...

    Well for the new year after trying out the concept for a few months I decided to make things a little bit more permantent.

    I drilled a couple of holes in the lid of the freezer to take the pipe...
  15. Thread: Cheap idea

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    It is all about volume and starting temperature...

    It is all about volume and starting temperature how well or should I say for how long a solution like this works.
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    I had exactly the same thing in mine. In fact I...

    I had exactly the same thing in mine. In fact I think that the plates that they showed on the instructions where different to the ones supplied. I ended up putting in one that gave the most flow.
  17. I have been using the stock water block that...

    I have been using the stock water block that comes with the UD7-rev 1 and found it to work incredibly well the heat pipes spread the cool to the other parts on the board although they never generate...
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    I have 100 liters in my chiller (chest freezer)...

    I have 100 liters in my chiller (chest freezer) and it cools the coolant at about 1.5 degrees per hour. I leave it on overnight when the electricity is cheaper and I am not in the room to hear any...
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    The PC is most likely freezing due to you poor...

    The PC is most likely freezing due to you poor electrical wiring. You have stray electrical currents which will be causing interference with all sorts of things.
    the voltage regulators you have...
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    Most pumps are designed to be push type pumps...

    Most pumps are designed to be push type pumps that rely on water being feed to them under gravity pressure. For this type of pump as close to but below the reservoir is the best place.
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    From the experiences I have had idle temps seem...

    From the experiences I have had idle temps seem to be about 10-15 degrees above my water temp and at 100% load they rise to about 40-50 degrees above my water temp.

    Very low water flows will have...
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    The most likely cause of this problem has nothing...

    The most likely cause of this problem has nothing to do with your PC. But with your houshold wiring. You most likely do not have a good earthing system installed to your distrubution board. Does your...
  24. Thread: The Freezer

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    The Freezer

    I wanted to create a cooler that was easy to make control the tempreature of and not have to worry to much about condensation. What I decided on was using a chest freezer. I chose one of the smaller...
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    Well Ive got my system up and running now. Just...

    Well Ive got my system up and running now. Just about. I will post a new thread with it soon. I have been able to answer my own question now. My water temp is 13 at idle the cpu ranges between 20 and...
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