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Old 21st November, 2001, 12:47 AM
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Sorry guys, haven't been back to check... lots to answer

Well, I'm using the Glaciator II now, never owned (or seen) the Glaciator I. No digital camera. It's 2+lbs copper, all copper. It's not too tall, a bit wide, but extremely efficient.

With the Pal 6035 and the Ytech 26cfm fan I'd hit 44C under full load and 28C case temps at max everything. With the Glaciator II I idle about 34C and hit 39C at 28C case temps. This is actually with .05V more than the times I ran the Pal... the Glaciator II just outright ROCKS!! It's got a built-in fan, which seems to do the trick just fine despite it being rather quiet and small for the task it's being asked to perform.

I am considering ideas for the shimmy... won't remove the IHS until then.

Best method for removing it I've heard was to run a razor blade around the EDGE of the IHS, about 1/4" into the IHS MAX!! Don't want to nick the core...
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Old 21st November, 2001, 06:42 PM
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Pinky... here's a couple pics of the MG (one?)
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BTW, Jeff... I like your idea (see below)
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That a homebrewed waterblock Kris? Looks like there are a lot of soldered joints. Be sure to not only test for leaks, but also to pressure test to at least 20PSI. Personally, I've used silver solder on waterblock seems to make them pass a 1500PSI test, quite impressive stuff really.
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Old 21st November, 2001, 08:14 PM
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This is a "demo" unit that didn't make production because of cost... the only soldier is the insert "cap" showing in pic... sides & bottom are 1 solid piece...

I haven't tested it yet... he soldiered it for me before sending it my way... I have been sitting on it for a few, waiting for an opportunity to present itself *hello opportunity*

Anyway... thanks for the insight... I have not done h2o cooling before... I can run the block up to about 80 psi with shop air... & if she leaks I do have plenty of silver soldier & a MAPP gas torch...
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I've found the best way to test for leaks with compressed air is to submerge the block in a tank of water, and then apply the air. This is nice for two reasons. First it makes leaks very obvious. Second, if the block should explode, the water will slow the shrapnel down to prevent bodily harm.
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If the block should explode, the water will slow the shrapnel down to prevent bodily harm.
LMAO...

I am not quite sure why I find that image so amusing... It just stirkes me as funny...

BTW, thanks for the heads up...
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LMAO...

I am not quite sure why I find that image so amusing... It just stirkes me as funny...

BTW, thanks for the heads up...
I read Dimm's post aloud to a friend and they immediately started laughing...

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