Search:

Type: Posts; User: mBrane; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Introducing, nucleoxic!!!

    https://i.imgur.com/66dzqqV.jpg

    Running stable in 2018 with a 4 GHz overclock.
  2. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Nucleoxic Complete!

    Public iCloud Photo Gallery
  3. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Reserved

    Reserved
  4. Thread: Upload failed?

    by mBrane
    Replies
    25
    Views
    3,146

    Any adults in the room? Geesh... this needs...

    Any adults in the room? Geesh... this needs fixed.
  5. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Hi, Churchy. It was a Dremel 8200 (12v...

    Hi, Churchy. It was a Dremel 8200 (12v battery-operated). It just died.

    So, I bought the 4000 (120v), which should not have such sensitive electronics inside. We will see...
  6. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    OK, I'm coming out of my funk. Until today, I've...

    OK, I'm coming out of my funk. Until today, I've had absolutely *zero* motivation to work on my build. I regret the inactivity in the meantime.

    My Dremel puked, probably from ingesting metal...
  7. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Without a doubt: the PSU ends where the rails...

    Without a doubt: the PSU ends where the rails end. Plenty of room for the modular cabling.

    This is why I performed the PSU extension in the first place.
  8. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Cutting Swiftech DDC Heatsinks

    Cutting heatsinks to fit together on EK Dual DDC Top v2 (ie. like Swiftech *should* have made them!). :dammit:

    It's amazing how well the heatsinks transmit the heat of my Dremel's cutting wheel...
  9. Replies
    1,190
    Views
    289,820

    Right, like the obviously-named "PWM" connectors....

    Right, like the obviously-named "PWM" connectors. Yes, I'm still ticked about that one.
  10. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    ... And I thought that mounting pumps to a top would be e-a-s-y!

    I've been busy working on the pump assembly. I purchased two MCP-35X pumps, an EK DDC Dual Top v2, and heatsinks (both pumps and heatsinks from Swiftech).

    First, I closely examined the EK top,...
  11. Replies
    1,190
    Views
    289,820

    Exactly which PWM Standard did Aqua Computer target?

    I'd be happy to PM you with my mailing address; this *should* have worked out of the box. Exactly *which* PWM standard did Aqua Computer target? :shrug: Furthermore, are you saying that fan...
  12. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    What!?!?!

    Oh, nice!!! Shoggy has retracted his previous statement that the PWM channels on the Aquero 5 can control MCP35X pumps! :eek: :shakes:

    What the heck? I spent $200 based on this. Grrrrrrrrrr......
  13. Replies
    1,190
    Views
    289,820

    What!?!?!

    :sick: WHAT!?!?! :mad:

    I just purchased and received 2 MCP35X pumps and an A5 *yesterday* to do this! Again, W-H-A-T-!-?-!-?-! Grrrrrrrrrr... :cussing:
  14. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    A5 and MCP-35X pumps on the way!

    *So* excited! Sidewinder *finally* (ahem, Shoggy) received more A5 Pro stock. I *immediately* ordered mine, plus the black faceplate, 3-way LED, flow meter, in-line temp sensor, IR remote, and...
  15. Replies
    1,190
    Views
    289,820

    MCP-35X pump options

    @Churchy: I understand about channel 4, but I want RPM for each MCP-35X. Sharing RPM connector would not give accurate RPM readings (eg. could double reading!).

    I also would never consider...
  16. Replies
    1,190
    Views
    289,820

    MCP-35X pump options

    Still confused, Shoggy. Why would an MCP-35X on a PWM connector "not start?"

    I want to control 2 MCP-35X pumps, one on each PWM connector. I would then use fan channels 1 and 2 for RPM. Is this...
  17. Replies
    20
    Views
    11,093

    So, from the looks of it, not everyone has...

    So, from the looks of it, not everyone has thought a lot about the effects of having loose aluminum or steel dust inside their case, how to remove it, how to be relatively certain that the risk has...
  18. Replies
    39
    Views
    3,867

    DDC Pump Cooling Idea

    Recognizing that there are those who would prefer that a pump never contribute heat to a loop, there are also folks that would prefer to use the cooling loop for its intended purpose, foregoing a C...
  19. Replies
    39
    Views
    3,867

    That's interesting. This would be a great way to...

    That's interesting. This would be a great way to keep something like an Aquaero 5 running for several minutes after system shutdown, to gracefully bring your system down to ambient.

    I don't have...
  20. Replies
    39
    Views
    3,867

    Geez, if it were anyone else, I'd wonder how they...

    Geez, if it were anyone else, I'd wonder how they accomplished both of those feats!

    But because it's you, 'nuff said! :poke:
  21. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Work Unit - Bottom 360 Radiator

    Goal: Install a ThermoChill TA120.3 rad into the bottom of the 800D case

    Components:
    - Bitspower Custom Design Radguard 360 (black mesh)
    - ThermoChill TA120.3 Radiator

    Approach:
    - using a...
  22. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Work Unit - Mid-Plate Ventilation Upgrade

    Goal: Improve air flow from bottom compartment to top compartment (ie. exhaust section)

    Components:
    - Gentle Typhoon AP-15 Fans (qty: 2)

    Approach:
    - apply a 240 template to the mid-plate...
  23. Replies
    1,190
    Views
    289,820

    I am referring to the 1-8 sensor channels, not...

    I am referring to the 1-8 sensor channels, not the fan channels. Can the sensor channels be used to monitor RPM, too, or just temp sensors?

    :poke: This would be a handy feature, if you could do...
  24. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    If at all possible, I would like to avoid having...

    If at all possible, I would like to avoid having to bend the tubing over to the top of the tube res (also aesthetics). The 2nd fan position is perfectly aligned over the res, and because this is a...
  25. Replies
    33
    Views
    18,718

    Yeah, that's a toughy: I definitely want the...

    Yeah, that's a toughy: I definitely want the 480's barbs to hang down at the rear, so I had to leave room for that end of the radiator. So, I pushed the rad as far forward as possible, while still...
Results 1 to 25 of 51
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3