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Old 2nd May, 2002, 03:04 AM
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Pic's of my new w/c setup

http://www.dtccom.net/~spchrc/html/i...s/image007.jpg

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water temp is left
cpu is right

http://www.dtccom.net/~spchrc/html/i...s/image013.jpg
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 04:31 AM
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Exactly what im doing! What type of rad is that?>
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 06:00 AM
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Nice job I likes it I am getting an Antec Full File Server (12 bay) case tomorrow, and painting it black on Saturday. I should have a Black Ice (Blue model) rad, Maze3 and Ehime pump in it in about two weeks. What Ehime pump would you reccomend buying?
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 06:34 AM
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way smooth dood, whered ya get that craxy o-ring block (did i see it right?) thats smokin!!!
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 06:47 AM
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It looks like the new block DangerDen has. I like the spiral design. It looks like a lot of surface for trans of heat. It looks damn cool too.
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 07:09 AM
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Yeah, the block he is using looks like a DD MAZE3. Do you think it's worth it? I am consitering (REALLY consitering) buying one next week...
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 08:21 AM
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I'll look around tomorrow for some reviews sig. I'm also real interested in these. I like the hold down and the surface design. It looks like there is some built in turbulence in the floor of the channels and I really like all the area right where the block meets the cpu. I have always thought the design of blocks were wasteful in that most of the heat transfer is right where the block sits on the cpu and not 1/2" from the center. Circulating the water from the outer portion to the center and then drawing it from the block at that point looks to be a real effective design.

And like I said before..........It Looks Damn Cool. Worth putting in a window to see that puppy.
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I'm getting one of the Maze3's quite soon, so if you can wait until then, I'll post a review on my site.

Really nice setup...what radiator is that?
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 02:11 PM
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got to www.procooling and check out there forum on liquid cooling,,,theres alot of pics of the maze3 and the plus's on minius of the new water block...i would spend sometime there

its a chevy chevette rad form napa any model
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Old 2nd May, 2002, 02:15 PM
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i have the Ehiem 1250 and 1/2 lines..that tygon lines to...but for just cooling a cpu a 1050 is fine...the ehiem are very quite and last a life time(but expensive)...but u dont want to go cheap on a pump...
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Maze 3..Ehiem 1250..Chevette Rad
1 120mm panaflo @7v 1" shroud
All fits nicely inside my case
ambient(26c) 2.0v Core(33.5) Loaded
idle(31.5c)
Enermax 431 watt
Antec 1030B
Gainward Geforce 3 TI200 241/548
Sony CDRW
Creative 52x CD
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I have the Antec with a Chevy Chevette rad. The shroud was built by me. The water block is a High Volume Gemini. The rad is cooled by two Panaflo 120mm 86 CFM fans. All hose's are 1/2" silicon with ear clamps.
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NICE!!

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Water-cooling does have its advantages. For me I now have a computer that you can not hear in the living room. Plus the CPU runs much cooler than my Alpha air-cooled system.
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I would be getting a MAZE3 and BlackIce radiator this next weekend (Along with the Lian Li PC-7x case) but I got grounded for the rest of the semester (Approximately 5 weeks). That looks really nice, CBW. What type of radiator is that, and what type of CPU water block, and where do the tubes that go up go?
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I would be getting a MAZE3 and BlackIce radiator this next weekend (Along with the Lian Li PC-7x case) but I got grounded for the rest of the semester (Approximately 5 weeks). That looks really nice, CBW. What type of radiator is that, and what type of CPU water block, and where do the tubes that go up go?
dont pay that much money for a blackice man...get the chevy chevette heatercore for like $18 from autozone.com
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Old 4th June, 2002, 06:52 PM
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Re: Pic's of my new w/c setup

All I get is 404 errors, I can't see any of the pics.
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Old 4th June, 2002, 07:20 PM
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got it fixed sorry man...my isp changed servers
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1 120mm panaflo @7v 1" shroud
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ambient(26c) 2.0v Core(33.5) Loaded
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Enermax 431 watt
Antec 1030B
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Sony CDRW
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Old 4th June, 2002, 07:45 PM
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Thanks. Looks nice, how much length of hose did you need for that? Can you post a close up of whatever you're using as a stopper on top of the refil piece?
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no close ups of what u want to see...but its only a 1/2 brass barb with 1/2 npt threads and a pvc cap on it all bought from a local plumbing store

about 5' that leaves room for miscuts and about a foot left over
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Maze 3..Ehiem 1250..Chevette Rad
1 120mm panaflo @7v 1" shroud
All fits nicely inside my case
ambient(26c) 2.0v Core(33.5) Loaded
idle(31.5c)
Enermax 431 watt
Antec 1030B
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Sony CDRW
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Nice one!!!

A note on the Maze 3...I love it. Check the sig for current O/C, but temps are aroung 40/42 (idle/load). I'm just using the DD Cooler Cube, but am planning on getting a second RAD to run in series. Should drop the temps some.

I have a few pics here , but they are a little blurry. Will try to get better ones up shortly....
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