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Old 3rd October, 2002, 11:12 PM
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The Equalizer waterblock by g_f

Here's my new block I created,
The interior is designed to distribute waterflow velocity equally throughout. The center goes down to 1mm thickness at 4mm diameter. Each pie wedge is permiated throughout with waterflow tunnels and the top surface of each pie wedge recieves waterflow, controlled by top gasket. The diagonal channels are blocked by the 2nd layer encasement and are drilled out to a larger diameter hole. Water is forced down the center inlet then through the six verticle slots and over the top surface. The water which goes through the diagonal channels with the larger tunnel is forced into the tunnels drilled through each pie wedge and exits on all four sides up through the 2nd and third layers and out the four exit tubes. The rest you may be able to tell from this preview
Surface area is immense in the small confined cube of 1.3" X 1.3", the flow rate I can run through it is high, the temperatures that result are low. And yes it does involve the use of a bandsaw



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http://www.nscooling.com/oc/The_Equalizer2.jpg
http://www.nscooling.com/oc/Assembly2.jpg
http://www.nscooling.com/oc/Higharea2.jpg
http://www.nscooling.com/oc/onside_spiral.jpg
http://www.nscooling.com/oc/group__cores.jpg
http://www.nscooling.com/oc/rig_pan.gif
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Old 3rd October, 2002, 11:38 PM
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You realy like to spread this everywhere..........
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Old 3rd October, 2002, 11:44 PM
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Welcome GF to our humble forum. Nice job on the block, thats wild lookin with all those hoses. have you tried a TEC on it?
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Old 3rd October, 2002, 11:48 PM
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You realy like to spread this everywhere..........
I take it you've already seen it then? :nervous:
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Welcome GF to our humble forum. Nice job on the block, thats wild lookin with all those hoses. have you tried a TEC on it?
Thanks for the welcome
No tec yet. The only one I own is an 85watt from the PIII days.
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You realy like to spread this everywhere..........
Your not very friendly????????

Go wash your mouth with soap
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Dint mean to sound "rude" Ive just seen it on 4 or 5 other forums......
And i dont remember you being my mom like 10yrs ago ......
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But~ i must say NICE BLOCK~~~ What pump?
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But~ i must say NICE BLOCK~~~ What pump?
Rainbow Lifeguard Quiet One pump. 1140gph or 740gph@4'head ratings.
Here's a shot of the impellar, I recently checked it out for cleanliness
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Dint mean to sound "rude" Ive just seen it on 4 or 5 other forums......
And i dont remember you being my mom like 10yrs ago ......
I f I was your Mom 10 years ago, You'd have better manners
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And If I was your mum. You'd all be locked up and strapped down.

No reason, but I'm like that. :S
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And If I was your mum. You'd all be locked up and strapped down.

No reason, but I'm like that. :S
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Gone Fishin, are you gonna be selling the blocks? they look absolutely amazing! I WANT ONE

Doing a waterblock shootout at SpodesAbode in the near future, would you be interested in having the block featured?
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Dan, im enquring if they will be sold, i have no intention of buying over the forums, I know that is against the rules and after being cautioned by you once before I wont be making that mistake! If they are for sale I'll contact him via Email for more info.

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WOW, that a real beast of a block.

How hard was it to mount it with all those cables ?

Are you using a manifold on the 4 outlet pipes or are you just dumping them back into the res ?
(I see now your flash wasnt loaded before, nice job)

Whats the gasket material, some sort of rubber ?

Next question, what rad have yoiu got hidden under that shroud ?

Thanks for posting I hadnt seen this on any other forums.
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WOW, that a real beast of a block.

How hard was it to mount it with all those cables ?

Are you using a manifold on the 4 outlet pipes or are you just dumping them back into the res ?
(I see now your flash wasnt loaded before, nice job)

Whats the gasket material, some sort of rubber ?

Next question, what rad have yoiu got hidden under that shroud ?

Thanks for posting I hadnt seen this on any other forums.
Thanks for the comments.
The outlet cables (hoses) are Tygon thinwall 1/4" ID and they mount real easy to an oversized barb, no need for hoseclamps and super flexible without any kinking.
It's a red plumbers gasket material rubber based. I will be testing out some clear silicon based sheet gasket material also.
The rad is from a chevy G10 van.

A note to all, this is not an ad for selling here, just showing the block. I felt people with the same enthusiasm for watercooling would appreciate a look
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Very nice! Quite innovative as well. Do you have any temp data?
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