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    Lol, my first build was a mess of tubing too

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    next one will deff be better planned out. will probably use compression fittings as well
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    The tubing is HOT! But, come on.. What's with the cables??

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    the cables are the result of me not caring and having wayyy too long of cables.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadconeTuning View Post
    the cables are the result of me not caring and having wayyy too long of cables.
    get some zip ties and murdermod sleeving, make it look really pruty
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    i can almost garuntee that i'll never do the murdermod sleeving... for one thats extremely time consuming and 2 i am pretty shaky so i cant solder anymore. 3, currently its my only computer short of my iphone and an oldschool asus EEE900 that i recently formatted and microsoft told me that the cdkey that came w/ it was invalid... so im stuck w/ UNE and iPhone...


    btw, 3.6Ghz stable doing WCG for 2 days so far... 1.57v in bios 1.48 underload in cpu-z and 60-61* full load temps.
    Last edited by RoadconeTuning; 07-06-2009 at 07:03 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadconeTuning View Post
    i can almost garuntee that i'll never do the murdermod sleeving... for one thats extremely time consuming and 2 i am pretty shaky so i cant solder anymore. 3, currently its my only computer short of my iphone and an oldschool asus EEE900 that i recently formatted and microsoft told me that the cdkey that came w/ it was invalid... so im stuck w/ UNE and iPhone...


    btw, 3.6Ghz stable doing WCG for 2 days so far... 1.57v in bios 1.48 underload in cpu-z and 60-61* full load temps.
    nice, yea that sucks bout windows. I just teasing you anyways. It is your computer. You are happy with it, and that is all that matters
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    i'd be more than happy if it was done but i'd rather not fux up wires and burn myself w/ a iron.
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    How'd you avoid the purple tint caused by most UV lighting? That's the one thing I hate about UV...
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    Nikon D90 w/ Tokina 12-24 f/4 lens that has a Hoya 77mm Pro1Digital UV(0) filter

    also, you dont have to have a set of 50 watt CCFL's in your case, these are fairly dim, just enought to light everything up, the front red LED fan and the red/blue led's on my southbridge glow bright enough to take your attention from the black light as well...
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    my psu seems to be failing. ordered a new Corsair 650HX to replace the OCZ GameXstream 700 that i have...

    looks like all of my core2 stuff is getting replaced with a core i5 750 in the coming months.
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    HIS 5850 in the mail... might have it saturday, most likely monday tho.
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    EK 5850 block should be here this week... lets see if i can make this look a little better... i think im getting rid of the mosfet blocks and just going to use the viperjohn heatsinks that i've had forever now.
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    EK-FC5850 block went on without a hitch... redid my entire system and managed to clean up the wiring SOME... new 2000rpm coolermaster fans pushing seem to have aided in keeping everything cool now... i'll post pics once i mount the UV CCFL's and get my UV LED's back in my pump... i like it a lot better now.
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    redid my system... using the same pump, rad, res fittings and what i had left of my tubing... temps are waaayyyyyyy down compared to my last setup and its got MOAR powuhz
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    System is still alive... original pump, original rad, original res. i just became terrified by realizing all of those are 8yrs old now.

    3750k sits at 4.6GHz when in use and it is the only thing still in the water loop now.
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    Good to know this kind of longevity is possible, been doing any loop maintenance?
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    I changed the F1 coolant after about a year and then again about 1.5yrs ago. This time i added a silver kill coil to the res just because.

    Now i'm lost in a world of new everything and wanting to build a Ryzen system in a mini ITX case. I'm sooooooooo lost.
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    When you say Ryzen in a mini ITX I actually heard X370 with 8700K @ 5.2Ghz on your new water cooling loop. How odd...
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    well, this box is still rolling. its about to have the r7 370 swapped out and a GTX 1060 put in its place. I'm going to do an ITX system with an 8600K or 8700K at the moment. Waiting on some money to build up before I spend any tho.

    surprisingly this box made it from Upstate, SC to South Atlanta this past weekend in the passenger seat of my car with no worries. Now I'm trying to get it to mine vertcoin
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