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Banko
01-28-06, 01:42 PM
Redid my setup. (Now 2nd time venturing into watercooling :)

Replaced MCW6000-64 block w/ Apogee Block.
Replaced The MCP350 Pump w/ DD 12V Pump (thank god that one was loud, and broke twice on me...)
Took out a reservoir (Horrible it made gurgling noises repeatedly) and put in a Fillport w/ T Line.

Temps: 28 Idle 39 Full (According to MBM anyway)

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jAkUp
01-28-06, 02:09 PM
Beautiful! Is that the danger den fillport?

I have that same apogee block and it started leaking :( Hope you don't have the same problem

Banko
01-29-06, 12:21 AM
Beautiful! Is that the danger den fillport?

I have that same apogee block and it started leaking :( Hope you don't have the same problem.
Mine started leaking as well, but I just under-tightened the fittings apparently... Hasn't leaked since...

jAkUp
01-29-06, 12:53 AM
Hah, was yours leaking from the plastic barbs? Thats where mine was leaking from, so I tightened it again... not sure if it will hold... I hope so. I put some plastic wrap over my cards for now..lol Scary stuff.

Its funny because it worked great for weeks, then out of the blue started leaking.

Digital_Trans
01-29-06, 01:46 AM
Redid my setup. (Now 2nd time venturing into watercooling :)

Replaced MCW6000-64 block w/ Apogee Block.
Replaced The MCP350 Pump w/ DD 12V Pump (thank god that one was loud, and broke twice on me...)
Took out a reservoir (Horrible it made gurgling noises repeatedly) and put in a Fillport w/ T Line.

Temps: 28 Idle 39 Full (According to MBM anyway)

http://users.dls.net/~mikhail/CompSetup/main.png

http://users.dls.net/~mikhail/CompSetup/top.png

http://users.dls.net/~mikhail/CompSetup/side.png

http://users.dls.net/~mikhail/CompSetup/front.png


Nice setup... I'll show mine off after I take a view pictures like you.

Digital_Trans
01-29-06, 03:46 PM
Posted by: Digital_Trans
My setup: Koolance watercooling system

Internal Hardware:

Koolance PC3-700 Series Color: Silver
Corsair XMS-2 2GB (4x 512MB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Unbuffered DDR2 675 (PC2 5400) Dual Channel
Intel Pentium D 830+ 3.00GHz Dual Core Overclocked to 3.6GHz
Asus P5N32 SLI-Deluxe Full X16 SLI Support Motherboard
2 BFG 7800 GTX-OC 512MB SLI
Creative Labs X-Fi Fatality X64-Ram
SinTek 600+ Watt Power Supply SLI Ready!
Western Digital SATA-36GB-Raptor/10,000 RPM 8MB Cache-OS
Western Digital SATA-75GB-Raptor/10,000 RPM 8MB Cache-Games
Western Digital SATA-250GB-Caviar SE/7,200 RPM 16MB Cache-Storage
Lite-On DVD/CD/R/RW Dual Layer
Windows XP Pro SP2

External hardware:

Dell Ultra Sharp 24.3" HD/Digital/Analog LCD Monitor Model: 2405FPW
Logitech 5.1 Z-5500 Digital Speaker Home th system
Logitech Wireless MX 1000 Laser Mouse
Logitech Wirelsss MX3000 Keyboard
Logitech RumblePAD 2 USB Joy Stick
HP All-In-One Printer,Scanner,Copier Model: 2400xi
Korg Triton Le 76 Key Musical Work Station

$n][pErMan
01-29-06, 05:14 PM
Posted by: Digital_Trans
My setup: Koolance watercooling system

Internal Hardware:

Koolance PC3-700 Series Color: Silver
Corsair XMS-2 2GB (4x 512MB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Unbuffered DDR2 675 (PC2 5400) Dual Channel
Intel Pentium D 830+ 3.00GHz Dual Core Overclocked to 3.6GHz
Koolance PC3-700 Series Color: Silver
Asus P5N32 SLI-Deluxe Full X16 SLI Support Motherboard
2 BFG 7800 GTX-OC 512MB SLI Note: one of my cards went bad so I had to RMA it.
Creative Labs X-Fi Fatality
SinTek 600+ Watt Power Supply SLI Ready!
Western Digital SATA-36GB-Raptor/10,000 RPM 8MB Cache-OS
Western Digital SATA-75GB-Raptor/10,000 RPM 8MB Cache-Games
Western Digital SATA-250GB-Caviar SE/7,200 RPM 16MB Cache-Storage
Lite-On DVD/CD/R/RW Dual Layer
Windows XP Pro SP2

External hardware:

Dell Ultra Sharp 24.3" HD/Digital/Analog LCD Monitor Model: 2405FPW
Logitech 5.1 Z-5500 Digital Speaker Home th system
Logitech Wireless MX 1000 Laser Mouse
Logitech Wirelsss MX3000 Keyboard
Logitech RumblePAD 2 USB Joy Stick
HP All-In-One Printer,Scanner,Copier Model: 2400xi
Korg Triton Le 76 Key Musical Work Station

Note: I don't use the case door. It gets in the way.
Nice cooling setup :) Looks like to spent a good amount of time setting all of it up.

Digital_Trans
01-29-06, 07:50 PM
[pErMan']Nice cooling setup :) Looks like to spent a good amount of time setting all of it up.

Yes, it took 8 to 12 Hours. I'm going to add one more fan later on and black sleeve
a few of the small wires. :D

Roliath
01-29-06, 07:55 PM
I would clean up the wiring abit more, and it'll look way better!

$n][pErMan
01-29-06, 08:17 PM
Yes, it took 8 to 12 Hours. I'm going to add one more fan later on and black sleeve
a few of the small wires. :D
That would be my problem if I got that type of cooling... I dont have the time to do it in one sitting and it would annoy me to not have my computer up and fully running more than a day or two :p

Digital_Trans
01-29-06, 11:16 PM
I would clean up the wiring abit more, and it'll look way better!

I will very soon.

Digital_Trans
02-05-06, 12:56 AM
[pErMan']That would be my problem if I got that type of cooling... I dont have the time to do it in one sitting and it would annoy me to not have my computer up and fully running more than a day or two :p


I like to take my time and do a quality job. I have nothing but time and money on my side. $ :) $

Digital_Trans
02-05-06, 12:58 AM
[pErMan']That would be my problem if I got that type of cooling... I dont have the time to do it in one sitting and it would annoy me to not have my computer up and fully running more than a day or two :p


I know, that's why my computer blows yours out of the water! :p