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Old 24th April, 2002, 07:05 PM
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I have given up the idea of making a fridge water cooler. I will be using a radiator with a Sunon 120mm (84CFM 35dba) fan. I need some information on what type of radiator to use in my Lian Li PC-07 case. And what type of pump/tank also?

The price range is not set, but lower is better.
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automotive heater cores giver the best bang for the buck by far, and can be found in any size. Everyone loves the danner and enheim pumps, but, I am partial to little giant myself, since I have one that has outlived 2 others in a different machine
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Could some one suggest a small yet powerful radiator that can run on one 120mm fan? And also a pump/storage container? I need this to all fit in to a Lian Li PC-07. Thankx.
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Could some one suggest a small yet powerful radiator that can run on one 120mm fan? And also a pump/storage container? I need this to all fit in to a Lian Li PC-07. Thankx.

i've got a tricked out tupperwear container for my resivoir, and it works fine.
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Old 26th April, 2002, 05:28 AM
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From what i have told you outside of here- use the rad and pump/resivor for overclockershideout.com- it looks sweet- good results and excelnt price!
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If you want something that's small, I can only recommend innovaCOOL Rev 3.0, reviewed here . Small, efficlient, really easy to mount, and looks pretty good as well. Best kit in our round-up so far.

http://www.dwpg.com/viewimage.php?im...23553642.pjpeg


If you want a cheap, yet good performing kit, i suggest Cool-Computers.Com . I don't have any pics uploaded on my server for the moment, but it looks really good. Performance is on par with the $100 more expensive Swiftech kit...

http://www.cool-computers.com/site/c...cket-a_new.jpg
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Duckman, your site is nice. Damn.

I think I am going to use the following supplies:

MAZE3 Waterblock - $42

The Super Cube - $62.50
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Duckman, your site is nice. Damn.

I think I am going to use the following supplies:

MAZE3 Waterblock - $42

The Super Cube - $62.50
check a junk yard for a radiator, because that's some good coin for that one.
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It may be a little exspencive, but I can afford it, and I think it will help me greatly. I think that I can con my parents in to buying it for me, also, so that will save me the cash. But I will still look at the car automotive store before I buy it. They have some good small coolers.
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not an automotive store, a junk yard. there you could pick one up for a few bucks if your lucky. do that and spend the rest of the money on ram
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Old 27th April, 2002, 01:54 AM
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Great idea. I will have to look in to where junk yards are in Portland...
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Ah the Raidiators. Check these out, and tell me which one you think is better, and how many fans I would need for the least sound:
http://www.hwlabs.com/products/blackice2.htm - My guess is 2x120mm on the same side

http://www.hwlabs.com/products/blackice.htm - My guess is 1x120mm on one side (Push, or Pull?), maybe one on each side?
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Unless you're planning on using TECs, you won't need a bigger radiator than the last one...really
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So the Black Ice should be just fine?
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that's way more then enough. i still say give a just yard a try though.
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that's way more then enough. i still say give a just yard a try though.
I'll look in to the junk yard idea first, but I wanted to know if the Black Ice would be enought to cool a heavly OC'd AMD. Thank you
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I'll look in to the junk yard idea first, but I wanted to know if the Black Ice would be enought to cool a heavly OC'd AMD. Thank you

more then enough.
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I picked up a Black Ice for $3 at a junkyard- also i think ill get the Blue- Blackice Rad- looks sweet and will fit great in sigma's case :-D (Im buyinf his lian-li from him- i think-
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