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Old 26th April, 2002, 05:30 AM
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I live with my parents in a seperate house on their property- so :-P- j/k- but your right w/o proper circultaion a bong is useless-
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Old 1st May, 2002, 02:12 PM
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Ive just got my waterblock (dangerdan maze2)

Im just testing for leaks, so far its fine.

Ill give it a few more hours then ill fit it to my PC.

Heres a pic of my testing
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 04:34 AM
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Do you have a TEC? I would use that to test your system- see how the RAD works-
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 06:24 PM
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I killed my motherboard.

Im sure there wasnt a leak.

Read about it in the epox section (its a lengthy story)
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Old 4th May, 2002, 05:43 PM
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Ive made a box that turns the pump on with my PC using a relay and has a light dimmer swich to alter the pump speed.

The dimmer is more for experimentation than anything. The pump os only just audable at full power, maybee once I get rid of some more fans ill want to make it totaly silent.

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and an internal pic.
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Care to explain to the group what this is tommy.....? Well you see class......... LOL srry :-D But explain plz-
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Hay Holst Awol here from CoolHardware.co.uk.

Well done on your setup m8, looks great. thanks for posting this link in forums, always keen on Watercooling forums

I'm glad the block was good for you, it's served me well too.

I'll keep my eye out around here, looks a decent forum.

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Old 11th May, 2002, 02:23 PM
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Hay Holst Awol here from CoolHardware.co.uk.

Well done on your setup m8, looks great. thanks for posting this link in forums, always keen on Watercooling forums

I'm glad the block was good for you, it's served me well too.

I'll keep my eye out around here, looks a decent forum.

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Hi m8

Are you still running an 8k3a ?

If you are you might find the epox section usefull.

And before a mod moans at you you cant have alink to a non-allied site in your sig, no matter how good it is
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And before a mod moans at you you cant have alink to a non-allied site in your sig, no matter how good it is
As if I "DenW" would do such a thing.

Sry mods, never meant to put my site, and the OCPC is my company so I guess that's ok

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