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chiyau 18th May, 2003 10:06 PM

Adding a Z-Chipset block?
 
Hi

I am planning to buy a DangerDen Water setup and also buying the Z-Chipset block for my NB. My question is that the water passing through the Chipset Block will come straight after passing through the Water Block so the water will be warm after sucking the heat form my CPU, but will it be enough to cool my NB sufficently or shall i stick with my Zalman NB Cooler.

I am planning to config the cooling set up in this order..

Pump Out > Tube > W/B In > W/B Out > Tube > Z-Chipset In > Z-Chipset Out > Tube > Rad In > Rad Out > Tube > Pump In.

is this set up ok? And do i need the Eheim 1250 pump for this config or will the 1048 pump do the job.

thanks.

Mr.Wells 18th May, 2003 10:57 PM

im getting a setup from danger den
it should be to me by monday thats what the trakeing told me. im cooling the chip set cpu and video, so i got all the best stuff. the ehime pump should work out best. ill let you know how everything works :)

chiyau 19th May, 2003 12:27 AM

Nice Mr.Wells, keep me informed :)

I am also deciding which rad to get either the ThermoChill HE120.1 or the Black Ice Xtreme.

ahh decisions, decisions.... :confused:

Mr.Wells 19th May, 2003 01:41 AM

i got the extream :)

The Spyder 19th May, 2003 03:30 AM

extreme and try this setup:
Pump>Radiator> CPU> Northbridge>Pump

THis way any heat added by the pump will be removed by the radiator before it hits the system.
I would use the 1250- but i have had great luck with the 1048 too...

dod 19th May, 2003 07:19 AM

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extreme and try this setup:
Pump>Radiator> CPU> Northbridge>Pump

THis way any heat added by the pump will be removed by the radiator before it hits the system.
I would use the 1250- but i have had great luck with the 1048 too...

That's exactly what I've got, with a 1048 pump and an abyss rev3 rad (similar to extreme). Temps are as below.

stigweed 19th May, 2003 08:24 PM

Surely putting the pump just before the radiator decreases the flow at the cpu, whereas if it went pump>cpu it'd be more effective?

dod 20th May, 2003 09:04 AM

I'm no expert at this but I believe the flow rate is the same at any point in the circuit.
According to theory, the reason for putting the rad before the block(s) is so that any heat generated by the pump is dissipated before it hits the block.
In practice I really don't know if it actually makes any difference as I haven't tried. You have the same heat input and the same heat removal regardless of the order. The biggest factor I have found is ambient temperature.


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